Treatments that Can be Combined with Velashape

VelaShape is a noninvasive FDA-approved procedure used to treat cellulite. VelaShape decreases cellulite on any part of the body, including the legs and abdomen. This procedure requires no needles or surgery as it uses radiofrequency energy. The energy lessens the appearance of fat cells and uses heat to help tighten the skin. VelaShape is about ten times more powerful than other similar treatments.

The following are treatments that can give maximum results when combined with VelaShape:


Liposuction is the most common cosmetic procedure done in the United States. Almost any body surfacing treatment can be done along with liposuction, including VelaShape. Liposuction breaks up the fat under the skin and is suctioned out to give a slimmer appearance. VelaShape will help tighten any loose skin after surgery.


VelaShape is a cellulite treatment and can be combined with LipoDissolve for maximum results. LipoDissolve is slightly more invasive, consisting of multiple injections of chemicals that dissolve areas of fat buildup in the body. This treatment is good for gradual fat reduction, but poor for cellulite, as it does not does tighten the skin. This is why patients will see better results by combining with VelaShape.


LipoLift combines both the LipoDissolve procedure and VelaShape. If you have lost weight, but still have loose skin, LipoLift can tighten and lift the skin to help give your body extra contour.


A combination of VelaShape laser treatment along with massage has been shown to enhance results as well. This is an effective way to reduce fat and smooth the skin, which will lessen the appearance of cellulite.

Diet and Exercise

Eating a well balanced diet and getting an adequate amount of exercise will also help you achieve the results you desire. The combination of VelaShape with any of these treatments can reduce cellulite and help contour your body.

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