A Permanent Solution for Cellulite? QWO to the Rescue!

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Many women struggle with the appearance of cellulite. In fact, 90 percent of women have cellulite somewhere on the body! Cellulite is characterized by lumpy, dimpled flesh, primarily present on the thighs, hips, stomach, and butt. Cellulite is caused by fat deposits underneath the skin’s surface. In the past, there has been no effective way to get rid of cellulite. Dieting and weight loss may help to minimize its appearance, but it’s not a sure thing.

Many people lose excess weight only to discover those lumps and bumps are still there. It can be frustrating and defeating. But cellulite may have nothing to do with weight. While it can sometimes be due to body fat percentage, more often, it is genetic. And even the thickness of your skin can be a factor.

Tired of battling cellulite? You don’t have to anymore. At La Belle Vie, we have a brand new solution called QWO, and it’s highly effective. Its the first cellulite treatment that’s exclusively for the buttocks of adult women. Read on for all the details!

QWO Treatment For Cellulite

I Have a Lot of Cellulite. What Should I Do?

When considering cellulite treatment, the first thing to remember is that you are perfect just the way you are. Having cellulite is a normal part of life, and there’s nothing wrong with you. In fact, before considering any cosmetic procedures, ask yourself if you are loving and nurturing your body through all the stages of life.

But if you decide to treat yourself to this cutting-edge treatment, La Belle Vie has the safest and most practical option at our spa. In the following sections of this article, we’ll cover all the details about QWO. We’ll discuss how it works, how much it costs, and what you should expect during and after treatment. So keep reading if you’re ready to nip your cellulite problem in the bud.
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What is a QWO Treatment?

QWO is the first FDA-approved injectable designed to treat, remove, and reduce the appearance of cellulite. QWO stands for collagenase clostridium histolyticum-aaes. Essentially, it’s an enzyme that can be injected under the skin to break down the fibrous bands that create cellulite between the fat cells and loose skin.

QWO is different from other cellulite treatments you may have previously tried. But scrubs and creams only aim to fix the surface appearance. Exercise can somewhat improve the situation, but you will likely notice that much of the dimpling is still there. And this is true no matter how much you work out! QWO is the first treatment of its kind to eradicate cellulite once and for all.


How Does a QWO Treatment Work?

The compound injected into your skin during a QWO treatment is a substance called collagenases. It’s an enzyme known to break the bonds present in collagen peptides.

Cellulite is the fat that protrudes through these bonds. That lumpy and dimpled look would go away if the bonds were not there.

When those bonds are destroyed, there is nothing left for the fat to push through. And that means the appearance of cellulite is greatly diminished. This treatment may take a few sessions to get the results you’re looking for. But many clients see significant improvements after just one session!

QWO Treatment For Cellulite

What Should I Expect When Getting a QWO Treatment?

A QWO session takes between 10 to 15 minutes to complete in the La Belle Vie office. Most doctors and estheticians will recommend patients undergo three rounds of treatment to complete the QWO process, with each treatment usually consisting of 12 shots (or 1 vial).

However, this number can depend on your individual goals and how you respond to the treatment. Clinicians will typically ice the area before injection, slightly numbing the site. Some patients might feel pinches similar to a Botox pinch, while others might not feel any discomfort at all.

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What Should I Expect After Getting a QWO Treatment?

Virtually every patient will have bruising after getting QWO treatment. This is because the blood vessels in the surrounding area become leaky following injection. However, this bruising is harmless. It just might look pretty scary for up to two weeks.

Patients also often experience a bit of soreness in the injection areas. It is commonly compared to what you might feel after an intense lower body workout, but this should fade in around 48 hours.

In clinical trials, moderate to severe cellulite was significantly improved.


Is a QWO Treatment a Quick Fix?

No, and that’s one of the best parts. QWO is the most permanent solution you can get for cellulite. Many patients agree that the short-term, temporary side effects of QWO treatments are well worth the permanent benefits.

QWO treatments do not just help treat the appearance of cellulite; they literally attach the bonding of fats at its source to erase it for good. Quick fixes might temporarily help cellulite look better, but QWO treatments actually eliminate cellulite for good!

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QWO Treatment For Cellulite

How Much Does a QWO Treatment Cost?

Typically, packages of QWO treatments cost anywhere from $1500 to $3500 for 2-3 treatments depending on the number of treatments you need and the severity of the cellulite you have on your body.

We can give you a better idea of the total cost once you come in for a consultation and questions. Remember that QWO is a permanent solution to cellulite, so you won’t need to come back for another session a year down the road.

QWO can have a lasting impact on how you view yourself if you struggle with your cellulite. And if you’re worried about costs, we have financing and membership programs that can help.


Should I Get A QWO Treatment?

If you struggle with the appearance of your cellulite, QWO is an excellent new option. QWO can genuinely help you find the confidence you need to feel good about your body and get rid of cellulite for good! With just a few short treatments, you can have permanent results.

Do you have questions? Would you like to know more about QWO or any of our other life-changing procedures? Contact us today for additional information.