Cellulite Treatment: What Does It Really Work? Cellulite in question Thigh Cellulite: Most women, even very healthy women, have cellulite, a fat that causes dents in the skin. If cellulite is bothering you, you are not alone. Our desire to get rid of, or at least reduce, cellulite has brought many treatment options. There are so many treatments out there that it can be difficult to know what works, if any. To find out, dermatologists conducted a research study. You'll be happy to know that studies have shown that some treatments can make cellulite less noticeable-at least for a while. Here is the fact. Best Results According to Research Sonic therapy Conclusion: Studies have shown that this may reduce the appearance of cellulite. Multiple treatment sessions are required to see the decline. laser treatment Various types of laser treatment are used to treat cellulite. A minimally invasive laser treatment called the Cellulaze ™ inserts a small laser fiber under the skin. When the laser is fired, the laser energy destroys the tough band under the skin, making cellulite visible. This remedy can also thicken your skin, which is important. Where cellulite is formed, the skin is often thin. Thickening the skin can help reduce the appearance of cellulite. Woman receiving sonic therapy Sonic therapy: Wearable devices use sound waves to break down cellulite. Conclusion: Cellulaze ™ can reduce the appearance of cellulite. Patients see results that last for more than a year. Further research is needed to ensure that this laser is useful. With other laser treatments, some patients have low cellulite. Results can last for more than 6 months. However, the dimples usually return a little. Subcision In this medical procedure, called Cellfina ™, a dermatologist inserts a needle just below the skin to break a tough band under the skin where cellulite can be seen. Conclusion: Cellfina ™ has been shown to reduce skin depressions caused by cellulite. In a study of 232 patients, 99% said they were happy with the results. Results can last for more than two years.