Cellupulse | Acoustic Wave Therapy

What causes cellulite?

Cellulite is nearly universal in all women past the age of puberty, irrespective of race and ethnic background. We are a nation obsessed with cellulite. We splash pictures of celebrity cellulite across every gossip magazine and search the internet for celebrity cellulite secrets, cellulite home remedies, cellulite exercises and “natural” ways to get rid of cellulite. 

Sadly, cellulite is natural if you are a woman. It affects 85-98% of us, no matter how thin or fit we may be.

The connective tissue supporting the fat just below the skin is designed differently in women compared to men. In men, the connective tissue fibers are primarily parallel to the skin. Thus, men have minimal pulling down of the skin by the fat deposits.

Women’s fat is organized perpendicular to the skin. When we age, the connective tissue supporting the fat hardens and contracts. The contraction of the hardened tissue pulls the fat into abnormal positions leading to the dimpled appearance that characterizes cellulite.

The hardened connective tissue is the primary cause of cellulite. It not only forces the fat into abnormal positions, but additionally leads to blockage of the small blood vessels and lymphatics that normally drain fluid from the area and supply fresh, oxygenated blood.

The build up of fluids and lack of fresh oxygenated, nutrient-rich blood (improved circulation) is the underlying cause that many cellulite treatments try to address. Endermologie, for example, is a hand-held device that employs massage and skin kneading to the affected areas. The skin is pulled and kneaded between 2 rollers in an effort to promote lymphatic drainage.

Some spas also offer “cellulite massage” in an effort to improve lymphatic drainage and circulation. These cellulite treatments may indeed offer a small, temporary improvement in the appearance and may be an effective adjunctive treatment to an anti-cellulite program, but they fail to address the primary cause of cellulite- the hardened septae, or connective tissue supporting the fat.


Hardened connective tissue pulls the skin down at the anchor points. Lymphatic flow is impeded by hardened tissue, causing more fluid to accumulate in the tissue. The nutrient-rich blood that is typically delivered to the connective tissue by capillaries is also impeded, disallowing the connective tissue the ability to repair itself and therefore causing further hardening and contracting.


Why does cellulite occur primarily in women?

The subcutaneous fat in women is less reinforced by connective tissue, and thus more prone to herniation (dimpling) when the connective tissue hardens and contracts. Additionally the dermal layer of the skin is thinner in women, allowing the dimpling appearance to be even more noticeable. Nearly all post-pubertal women (>90%) have cellulite, irrespective of body weight.

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Cellupulse: The Most Advanced Treatment Method Against Cellulite

Cellupulse interest and popularity is driven by its strong scientific background and supportive research literature.

Cellulite is nearly universal in all women past the age of puberty, irrespective of race and ethnic background. We are a nation obsessed with cellulite. We splash pictures of celebrity cellulite across every gossip magazine and search the internet for celebrity cellulite secrets, cellulite home remedies, cellulite exercises and “natural” ways to get rid of cellulite.

Sadly, cellulite is natural if you are a woman. It affects 85-98% of us, no matter how thin or fit we may be. The only natural way to get rid of cellulite would be to turn the clock back in time, which is essentially what cellupulse cellulite treatment does to the connective tissue supporting the fat cells in the dimpled, cellulite-laden skin.

Is it possible to get rid of cellulite?

Yes, but the solution to cellulite doesn’t come in a jar of cellulite cream or a cellulite exercise program. (If the solution to cellulite were that simple, no woman would have cellulite).

Research has suggested that acoustic waves (cellupulse) are effective in disrupting the sclerotic fibrous septae responsible for the uneven appearance of cellulite. Acoustic wave therapy has also been demonstrated to increase the thickness of the reticular dermis and decrease the protrusion of fat into the area.

Where can I get Cellupulse Treatment? 

If you live in Arizona, I recommend Cosmetic Laser Solutions. They have an excellent staff and are well experienced with Cellupulse. There are 2 Cosmetic Laser Solutions locations- one in North Scottsdale and one in Mesa. They also offer an after hours service for an extra charge. A medical assistant can visit your home and provide a treatment.

Are there Cellulite exercises to get rid of cellulite?

If there were such a thing as cellulite exercises that effectively get rid of cellulite, women wouldn’t have cellulite. God knows we devote our precious time, money and effort to look our best. If we could squat or leg-lift our cellulite away, you bet we would!

If there were some magical cellulite exercises, our foremothers would have discovered them long ago. That sacred information would be passed to each consecutive generation and know no geographical boundary. (No. Unfortunately there is no such thing as cellulite exercises.)  

As all women already know, no fat – including cellulite can be selectively targeted for reduction through exercise. When we lose fat through diet or exercise, we lose it throughout our body. If we lose fat in our thighs, the fat in our face and breasts and everywhere else shrinks as well. We don’t simply get to choose the body area that will lose fat. Cellupulse allows us to target our cellulite trouble spots. You can selectively target your thighs, buttocks, abdomen or upper arms. Target exercise with weights or resistance training can of course build muscle in selective areas, but our muscle tissue is much deeper in our body, far below the dermal layer of skin and below the layer of fat.

Thus no matter how toned your underlying muscles get, it does not effect the layer of fat. Cellupulse treatment effectively increases the collagen in the dermal layer and improves the skin’s elasticity (tone).

How does Cellupulse cellulite treatment work?

Acoustic wave therapy (Cellupulse) impacts the major causes of cellulite: fibrous septae and protrusion of fat into the lower dermis. This also allows for improved circulation and lymphatic drainage in addition to addressing the primary pathology.

The pressure wave or shock wave of cellupulse passes through the skin and fat to impact the fibrous septae. Improved elasticity of the previously hardened connective tissue restores the tissue to a supple, smooth texture. 

Neovascularization (the natural or organic process whereby the body tissue develops new capillaries,) ensures better exchanges to the connective tissue (addressing the root cause of the problem).

The improved exchange allows for new collagen fibrils, which thickens the dermal layer of the skin leading to noticeable improvement in skin texture.

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