Cellulite is a collection of fat that push against the connective tissue under your skin.  It often appears on the thighs, hips, buttocks, and abdomen, causing lumpy, dimpled flesh in these areas.  It is a harmless and painless condition, but it can also be unsightly. 

If you’re ready to get rid of cellulite, then keep reading. In this article, we present five methods of cellulite treatment you can try. 

Let’s get to it. 

Lasers and Infrared Technology

Lasers can get rid of cellulite by heating them up safely. The heat kills the fat cells, and the body’s natural processes remove them over time. Tiny lasers don’t just burn cellulite, though.  They also stimulate collagen production and improve skin complexion. 

Exposing fat to near-infrared wavelengths encourages the body to detoxify and eliminate fat, and rebuild collagen connective tissue. Collagen promotes skin elasticity, which in turn reduces the accumulation of cellulite. 


Cellulite is caused by a complex interplay of hormonal, genetic, and environmental factors. However, there are several proven natural remedies that can help to reduce cellulite. One such remedy is radiofrequency.

One of the most common causes of cellulite is the increased production of toxins in the body. Some toxins produce inflammation, which can increase blood flow to the skin, leading to cellulite formation. Radiofrequency therapy helps to reduce toxins and inflammation in the body, which can help to prevent cellulite from forming. 

Additionally, radiofrequency therapy can stimulate collagen production in the skin. Collagen is a protein that gives skin its elasticity and structure. As this collagen increases, so does skin elasticity and appearance.

Injectables and Fillers

While there are many causes of cellulite other than fat accumulation, one important component is collagen synthesis. Collagen gives the skin structure, making it firm and tight. But as we age, our ability to produce collagen decreases. 

With decreased collagen production, the skin tends to sag and become loose. Cellulite fat is located between the skin’s uppermost layer and its surface. This is where fillers can help. Fillers like Sculptra® stimulate collagen production, which in turn eliminates cellulite and tightens the skin.  

Mechanical Treatments

Microneedling is a treatment modality that uses tiny needles to create micro-tears in the skin’s surface layer. The purpose of the procedure is to stimulate collagen production, which can help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

There are several different types of microneedling devices, but they all work in much the same way.  First, a device is used to create small wounds in your skin. Then, you apply an anti-inflammatory cream or lotion that boosts collagen production. Finally, you repeat the process every few weeks or so.

Microneedling can be very effective if done correctly. You should start off by using a device that provides a large amount of pressure and with several needles per treatment area – this will ensure that you get enough micro-tears in your skin and encourage collagen production.

Acoustic Wave Therapy

Acoustic wave therapy is a type of sound therapy that uses the vibration of sound waves to stimulate the body’s muscles and promote joint mobility. Acoustic waves can help to reduce cellulite because they stimulate the lymphatic system, which helps remove toxins from the body and improves blood circulation.

The effects of acoustic wave therapy are different for everyone, so it’s important to speak with your doctor before starting any new treatment. Acoustic wave therapy may be able to help people with more severe cellulite, especially those who have been unable to lose weight through diet and exercise alone.

Talk to us about cellulite.

Cellulite often comes with age. But, it also appears after doing weight loss exercises. Those dimples on the skin can be bothersome and affect someone’s self-confidence. Fortunately, our skin experts at Novique are here to help. We can help you find the best treatment option to eliminate cellulite wherever it shows up. 

Call us today to request a consultation with our specialists.