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Velasmooth Cellulite Treatment Review – Does Velasmooth Work?

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If you have cellulite and you want to get rid of it, you might be confused with so many different cellulite treatments available on the market. I have already reviewed Cellusmooth, Cellulaze, Endormologie and velasmooth procedure for women hip for cellulite and fatother cellulite treatments. Lately I have been asked a few times about Velasmooth.

What Is the Velasmmoth Cellulite Treatment?

Velasmooth is the cellulite treatment developed by Syneron. The main thing is the large body applicator which we can see in the video demonstration in this review.

Velasmooth uses bi-polar radio frequency, infrared light energies, negative pressure and tissue manipulation, all together, mainly to redistribute and increase the metabolism of the fat tissue. The idea is that the cause cellulite is fat, so by attacking those fat tissues you can smooth your skin and reduce the appearance of cellulite.

The idea that cellulite is caused by fat tissues is disagreed by some cellulite experts. One of them Joe Atlas, even claims that it was invented by clinics to sell people expensive treatments. According to him, the cause of cellulite is weak muscle fibers and you can get rid of cellulite for good by strengthening the muscle fibers by the Naked Beauty Exercises.

But if you believe that the cause of your cellulite are fat tissues, then you might be interested in the Velasmooth Cellulite Treatment.

You might require many Velasmooth treatments, but how many it would depend on the area of your cellulite and the degree of the problem.

How Does It Work

You can see how it works in the video below which shows all the stages of the application in detail.

Does Velasmooth Work?

You can read about the experience with Velasmooth of many women who went through many Velasmooth treatments and wrote about their experiences on Realself.com. To summarize, many of the women have been dissatisfied with the treatment. They have not seen any positive results from Velasmooth or the results were not satisfactory and temporary. Some women, though, have been happy with the treatment.

The Pros and Cons of Velasmooth Treatment

The Pros

The Velasmooth is not a surgical or invasive treatment and most of the women don’t experience any bruising or any other visible ugly signs on the skin. There’s no need for recovery period, nor bandages. Even local anesthesia is not required in Velasmooth treatment. Some women are satisfied with the results.

The Cons

The treatment is expensive. It can cost anything from $1,500 to $2,500. The results are not guaranteed and many women are unhappy with the treatment and feel like they wasted their money. Some women experience some pain or discomfort during the treatments.

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

In my opinion, the Velasmooth is not the best way to get rid of cellulite. The results are not guaranteed and the cellulite might come back soon. By attacking the fat tissues you might be targeting the wrong cause of cellulite. If the real cause is not fat, but weak muscle fibers, then you won’t get any positive results without targeting weak muscle fibers. You might be spending a lot of money for nothing. Many slim girls also have cellulite, so the fat tissue is probably not the real cause of cellulite. You can find more about it in the free video presentation here.

Summary

To summarize, if you are a person who is not able to make any effort to get rid of cellulite, like doing some exercises and go on a diet, then you might give Velasmooth treatment a try. But don’t have too high expectations.

If you don’t want to spend a lot of money and you think that you can have enough discipline to exercise 20 minutes a few times a week, then you should rather try the Naked Beauty Exercises or the Cellulite Assassin Program to get rid of cellulite for good at home.

Velasmooth Cellulite Treatment

$1,500
Velasmooth Cellulite Treatment
4.5

Worth the Money

4.0 /10

Effectiveness for Cellulite

5.0 /10

Quick Results

4.5 /10

Pros

  • Not a surgical treatment
  • No recovery period

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Some women experience discomfort during the treatment
  • Does not work for every woman

4 Comments


  1. // Reply

    I think the velasmooth treatment is too risky. I mean if I’m spending somewhere around $1500 then I would expect some solid results. Spending that money and then not expecting anything great would be a bummer.

    As you say the results are not guaranteed as well, what are the chances of the treatment being successful and ending up working for you?


    1. // Reply

      I agree with you that it’s too risky, because you might not be happy with the results and feel like you wasted money. From the reviews we can see that some women are happy and some not. It’s really hard to say what the chances are that it’ll work for you. That’s why I recommend the Naked Beauty Program, supplements and diet instead of expensive treatments like Velasmooth.

      Thanks for the comment,

      Sandy 


  2. // Reply

    I think I may have grade 2 cellulite. It is slightly visible. Last year September I bought and tried the cellulite wrap but it did not work for me.
    I am leaning into diet and exercise now. I hear that the keto diet burns fat. Cellulite is caused by fat deposits right? So I was thing about doing this diet and exercise as well. Do you think the keto diet would help?


    1. // Reply

      Hi Sheree,

      I have no experience with keto diet, so I can’t comment about it, but from my experience diet alone is not enough to get rid of cellulite, so it’s good that you want to exercise too. If you’re looking for the best workout for cellulite, read this article and watch the video, to learn which exercises work best for cellulite.

      Good luck,

      Sandy

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