Are you struggling with unwanted cellulite? Even with a healthy diet and exercise regimen, you may find it challenging to eliminate the dimples. Topical creams may not deliver long-term results. Until recently, the most effective option was surgery. Qwo™ injectable butt cellulite treatment is now available to help you achieve the smoother skin you have always wanted.
What is Qwo™ Injectable Butt Cellulite Treatment?
Qwo is the first FDA-approved injectable butt treatment that dissolves the fibrous bands responsible for moderate to severe cellulite dimples. The injections contain two clinically proven chemicals that help redistribute fat cells and stimulate new collagen growth. Patients can receive up to three Qwo injections spaced at 21-day intervals for optimal results. This minimally invasive body contouring procedure can be performed in less than an hour with local anesthesia if needed. You may experience some bruising and swelling afterward.
After Qwo injectable butt cellulite treatment, you can resume normal activities right away. You can expect to start seeing results in about a week. Results may continue to improve for up to 90 days after your last injection. With healthy lifestyle changes, these results can be permanent.
Ideal Qwo Injectable Butt Cellulite Treatment Candidates
Ideal candidates for Qwo injectable butt cellulite treatment are women who are in good health and not currently pregnant or breastfeeding. If you have an active infection in the treatment area or bleeding disorders, you may need to consider alternative treatment options. To discover if you are an ideal candidate, you will need to schedule a consultation appointment with a board-certified plastic surgeon.
Achieve Smoother Skin Today
If you are frustrated with cellulite dimples on your buttocks, long-term help is available with Qwo injections. At Blaine Plastic Surgery, we can recommend the best treatment plan to help you eliminate unsightly cellulite and achieve smoother skin. Schedule a consultation for Qwo injectable butt cellulite treatment today.