Cellfina Cellulite Treatment One-Year Guarantee

Got cellulite? Want to get rid of it?

Cellfina is a one-time cellulite treatment that is clinically proven to improve the appearance of cellulite for 2+ years.

Does Cellfina really work? 

Yes! It works because it treats the primary structural cause of cellulite – the connective bands that are creating the puckering. A Cellfina treatment releases the tension of the connective bands. When the tension is gone, the skin bounces back and smoothes out.

How is a Cellfina treatment done?

This minimally-invasive treatment uses a small needle-sized device to treat the cellulite-causing bands just beneath the surface. A Cellfina treatment does not involve general anesthesia or an operating room.

How soon will I see improvement?

Results can be seen in as little as 3 days. In a Cellfina patient study:

  • 85% of patients were satisfied 3 months post-treatment
  • 94% were satisfied 1 year post-treatment
  • 96% were satisfied 2 years post-treatment 

How long is the Cellfina procedure?

A treatment for the buttocks and thighs will be about 1 hour.

Are there side effects?

The most common side effects included soreness, tenderness, and bruising. Most of those side effects resolved quickly. In the Cellfina study, no serious adverse events were associated with the treatment.

The Cellfina One-Year Guarantee 

If you are interested in getting rid of your cellulite, there is no better time than now! The manufacturer of Cellfina is so confident that you will see REAL results with a single Cellfina procedure that they are backing it with a one-year guarantee. If your treated cellulite returns within a year of treatment, the CYA (Cellfina Yearlong Assurance) Guarantee will cover your re-treatment at no cost to you. (You must register for the CYA Guarantee within 30 days of treatment to qualify for the guarantee.)

Schedule a Cellfina consultation today! 

Call us at (805) 695-2160 today to see if a Cellfina cellulite treatment is right for you.

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