Cellulite is a term used to describe the surface irregularities of the skin commonly found on the thigh and buttock area. The term “orange peel” is commonly used to describe the appearance. The cause is thought to be multi-factorial and it occurs usually in women only , so a hormonal cause is probable.

Thermage Body helps to improve the skin texture through the use of radio-frequency waves.



THERMAGE | Chelsea Clinic

Thermage utilizes radiofrequency (RF) to smoothen, tighten, and contour loose skin. It helps to improve cellulite, wrinkles, and aging skin.

Thermage works by cooling the skin using cryogen to protect the epidermis. Next, heat is delivered and it penetrates deep into the tissue. 3 bursts of cryogen are then delivered to the skin again to regulate the temperature while heating. Finally, one last burst of cryogen is released to cool the epidermis.

Some may experience mild redness and swelling; however, it tends to reduce in a few hours. This is a non-invasive, no-downtime treatment that helps to renew collagen production, to tighten and contour skin.


VENUS LEGACY | Chelsea Clinic

Venus Legacy uses multi-polar radiofrequency and pulsed magnetic fields to generate therapeutic heat. This heat increases collagen growth and improves elastin fibres. The heat generated also shrinks the total volume of fat cells in the targeted area. The end result from Venus Legacy treatment is firmer, tighter skin and improved overall skin quality.

Venus Legacy is often used to smoothen the appearance of cellulite. Some patients use Venus Legacy to improve the appearance of stretch marks. Others use it to tighten sagging, lax skin, and reduce wrinkles. The best part is Venus Legacy treatments are safe for all skin types, including darker skin complexion and can also be used for facial fat reduction. (areas such as face, neck, double chin.)

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