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Velashape Cellulite Treatment Review – Does Velashape Work?

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Velashape is used for cellulite and also for body contouring. It is one of the few most popular treatments for cellulite offered in many beauty clinics.

After writing about the Velasmooth Cellulite Treatment, I have been asked about the Velashape Cellulite procedure for women hip for cellulite and fatTreatment. Is it the same treatment? Does it work? Is Velashape better than Velasmooth? Is it worth the money? How much does it cost? Find the answers to the questions in this review.

What Is the Velashape Cellulite Treatment?

According to velashape.com, Velashape is “a non-invasive body contouring treatment for circumferential and cellulite reduction*”. If you’re interested what the “*” after the “reduction”, is about, you’ll find at the bottom of the website that “*The VelaShape III system is FDA-cleared for temporary reduction in the appearance of cellulite and temporary reduction of thigh and abdominal circumferences.”

What’s important is the word “temporary” in the sentence above. If you expect that you’ll get rid of cellulite forever after the Velashape treatment, you’ll be disappointed. You can get only temporary cellulite reduction with Velashape. If you want to get rid of cellulite for good, then you should rather use Joey Atlas Exercises, which is the best and certain way to get rid of cellulite.

If you’re happy with the temporary reduction of the cellulite, then the Velashape Cellulite Treatment might be for you. The Velashape targets all the cellulite areas like buttocks, thighs, abdomen, arms, under chin, and others.

The video below shows very well how Velashape works and reshapes the body:

Does Velashape Work and Is It Better Than Velasmooth?

Velashape Treatment is quite similar to Velasmooth Treatment, but it requires less treatments. Typically, 3 sessions of Velashape are required and the single treatment protocol is also available.

One treatment of Velashape can cost from $500 to $3,000 depending on the treatment area.

As with the Velasmooth, people have different and mixed experiences with the Velashape. For many people it simply does not work. For some there’s slight improvement and some people are quite happy with their improvement. You can read what people say about their experiences on realself.com.

The Pros and Cons of the Velashape Treatment

The Pros

The main pro is that it’s a non-surgical treatment and some people can see the difference after a few anti-cellulite massage procedureVelashape treatments. You don’t need as many treatments as with Velasmooth.

The Cons

The results are temporary. It does not work for many people. Some people get burned and it can be painful for some people. It is also quite expensive and you might need more than 3 treatments.

Is There a Better Way to Get Rid of Cellulite Than Velashape?

Yes, there’s the tested by many people, including me, a way to get rid of cellulite fast and for good. The way is to do the special exercises that target the muscle fibers under the area where the cellulite is visible. The real cause of cellulite is those weak muscle fibers, which must be strengthened, to get rid of cellulite. You can read and watch the free video presentation about cellulite here.

Summary

As usual all those treatments seldom work as advertised. What really works for cellulite is exercise (especially the exercises specifically targeted to strengthen the muscle fibers) and diet. The best method to get rid of cellulite fast is the Naked Beauty Program.

Velashape Cellulite Treatment

$500
5.3

Worth the Money

5.5/10

Effectiveness for Cellulite

5.0/10

Quick Results

5.5/10

Pros

  • Works for some people
  • Non-surgical treatment

Cons

  • Temporary results
  • Expensive
  • Sometimes painful

2 Comments


  1. // Reply

    Wow this was mainly an education for me, because I have never dealt with cellulite personally. But I have heard my mum talking about it sometimes and my girlfriend worrying about getting it lol.

    Now while diet makes sense, I had no idea that hormones can be a factor in developing cellulite. Safe to say I will be passing this in to my mum and girlfriend 🙂

    Thanks for sharing!


    1. // Reply

      You’re welcome Marley. Thanks for the comment!

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