We all fight fat as much as we can, often undertaking serious fitness regimens and weight loss plans. And yet, no matter how hard you work, you might be dismayed at the appearance of lumpy cellulite on the back of your thighs, buttocks, or other parts of your body. Unfortunately, cellulite is largely genetic and mostly out of your control. Women in particular suffer from the appearance of cellulite due to the unique composition of the tissues beneath their skin. In many cases, there is nothing you can do to reduce cellulite through diet or exercise; it must actually be removed from your body.
In the past, this meant costly and painful liposuction surgery. But now we have non-invasive options for treating cellulite,such as Mesoderm cream.
How does Mesoderm work?
Mesoderm is delivered through a cream that you apply topically to affected areas. The cream is formulated with deoxycholic acid and phosphatidyle choline, which mobilize fat cells. Liposome technology allows these ingredients to cross the lipid bi-layer of each cell, so that they can then blast away cellulite from the inside out.
Mesoderm also contains hyaluronic acid to lubricate your skin and connective tissues, and allantoin to soothe the skin.
Does Mesoderm cream really work?
Our patients love it! We have received many positive reports from patients who are thrilled with the smoother, more attractive appearance of areas once afflicted with excess cellulite. Of course, for more severe cases, we recommend that patients combine Mesoderm cream with one of our other cellulite treatments.
Mesoderm can be used anywhere on the body, but the most common areas we find cellulite are:
- saddle bags
- backs of thighs
- inner thighs
- love handles
- double chin (“jowls”)
- eye pads
Mesoderm is completely safe, as it is actually composed of compounds your own body already produces! These pharmaceutical-grade ingredients are 100 percent natural, and we don’t see harmful side effects from Mesoderm cream. Best of all, you can avoid invasive, painful, and time-consuming surgery.