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What is VelaShape?
VelaShape™ is the first non-surgical FDA-cleared medical device for the Body Reshaping.
featuring the revolutionary elōs™ technology that enables you to comfortably achieve a toned,
contoured and well shaped body.
VelaShape™ is THE proven device with breakthrough results as it treats both the deeper tissue
and the upper layers of the skin. This results in a measurable reduction in fat layers, circumference
and improves the appearance of cellulite. VelaShape™ offers a non-surgical, no downtime treatment 
for the  Body Reshaping and Cellulite Treatment market, with proven results.
How does it work?
VelaShape™ features elōs™ combination of Bi-Polar Radiofrequency (RF), Infrared Light Energy, plus Vacuum
and Mechanical Massage. The combination of infrared and conducted RF energies precisely heats the dermal
and the hypodermal tissue within the target treatment area. The precise heating ensures a safe, effective, fast 
treatment with no downtime. Vacuum and specially designed rollers for the Mechanical Massage smooth out
the skin to facilitate safe and efficient heat energy delivery.Treatment Areas With VelaShape™, you can be
treated for Circumferential Reduction on the thighs, buttocks, love handles and abdomen.



Mesotherapy is a safe and effective alternative. Pioneered in France in 1952 by Dr. Michel Pistor, Mesotherapy did not arrive in the United States until 2002. It is based on the simple principle of delivering conventional and/or homeopathic medication and vitamins directly into the mesoderm (middle layer of skin). In 2004, the German equivalent to the FDA has deemed Mesotherapy safe and effective. General anesthesia and post-operative recovery times are eliminated.

Our personal mean EMC numbers of collective inches lost after 5 or more treatments are:

Full Abdomen: 5 1/2" Arms: 2 1/4" Thighs: 4 1/4" Buttocks: 2 1/4"

Mesotherapy can be used to reduce love handles, bra bulge, saddlebags, inner/outer thighs, stomach pooch, knee pads, jiggly arms, double chins, and other pesky fat deposits

How is Mesotherapy performed?
Mesotherapy consists of multiple injections with a very fine needle. The area is first treated with an anesthetic lotion. The number of treatments vary according to the patient. We recommend between 5-10 per area.

What are the side effects of Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy has generally mild side effects. Bruising, redness, itching or burning sensations and tenderness in varied degrees may occur. As with all medical procedures where the skin integrity is compromised the possibility of infection exists. By following the set preventive guidelines the risk of infection is minimized. We have performed over 2000 procedures without complications or infections.

Does Mesotherapy Replace Liposuction?
In many cases Mesotherapy offers an alternative and not a replacement. Mesotherapy has no deaths. The major concern with Mesotherapy are bruising, swelling, transient nodules and post inflammatory hyperpigmentation (dark shadows from bruising that may last several month).

Who is a Candidate for Mesotherapy?
Generally, most healthy adults. If you are pregnant, on blood thinners, an insulin dependent diabetic, have a history of blood clots or strokes, are an organ transplant recipient or HIV positive, Mesotherapy may not be a choice.

The list below is some of the media attention mesotherapy has received:

CBS Evening News, October 2004
Vogue, March 2004
ABC 20/20, August 2003
NY1, June 2003
CBS 48 Hours, April 2003
US News & World Report, March 2003
People, January 2003
In Touch Weekly, December 2002
New York Times Style Magazine, Fall 2004
New York Magazine, October 2003
Elle, July 2003
Allure, May 2003
The Palm Beach Post, March 2003
Harper’s Bazaar, February 2003
Us Weekly, January 2003
W Magazine, December 2001

Mesotherapy statements have neither been approved nor evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.This procedure is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.