How to Get Rid of Cellulite
Potential Breakthroughs: PACE and Skin cosmetic
Can PACE Eliminate Cellulite?
Most of us have been there more than once. We workout and diet and still can’t lose some of that stubborn fat. Even when we’re diligent and don’t take any “cheat days” off, are body still retains fat in certain areas. It can be frustrating but you’re not alone and there may be some potential new breakthroughs using shockwave therapies. PACE takes advantage of the body’s natural reaction to Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) to treat a whole host of different medical conditions.
One of the most common complaints from individuals trying to lose weight, is the appearance of cellulite. Cellulite hangs around after almost all other fat has been worked off. Studies show that upwards of 90 percent of women report some level of dissatisfaction with cellulite. Experts estimate that the demand for non-invasive cellulite treatments in the U.S. will nearly double to 1 million procedures per year in the next three years. The ugly truth is that rigorous exercise and diet have little impact on the appearance of cellulite.
However there is hope that PACE devices can be a game-changer when it comes to fighting cellulite. Research is currently underway to examine how the body’s biomechanical reaction to ESWT can be harnessed to eliminate cellulite. It is already well understood that ESWT improves cell permeability, microcirculation, and triggers the body’s natural lymphatic process.
Scars and Surgical Line Treatment
Coming in all shapes, sizes, and locations, scars can radically change the appearance of one’s skin. The impact of a scar can vary from a minor cosmetic defect to a constant burden that limits a person’s daily activities. Scars are often caused by an acute trauma to the body. The body jumps into high gear to cover the wound with new tissue. Inflammation and uneven collagen tissue are the results of this necessary but hasty tissue formation. Scars are the common outcome of this poor healing and constriction.
Studies of microcirculation have discovered that PACE treatment can lessen the duration of inflammation during the healing process. Additionally, it has been proven to improve microcirculation.
The dermaPACE device system is cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers and is available for placement in the US. The dermaPACE is CE Marked for select international markets for the treatment of chronic and acute conditions of the skin and subcutaneous tissue.