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The Radical Treatment of Cellulite with INDIBA

Body firming treatments are among the most requested from women at med spas and beauty centers. INDIBA’s non-ablative radio frequency therapy is a very useful tool to redefine, firm, and tighten the body.

What Is Cellulite?

Edematous Fibrosclerotic Panniculopathy (EFP), otherwise known as cellulite, is used as an insulator to maintain a stable body temperature, reserve energy, and provide physical protection. Cellulite is most common around the thighs and buttocks, but it can also be found on the breasts, lower abdomen and upper arms.

How INDIBA Works

INDIBA, a monopolar device using the most efficient frequency of 448kHz, combined with a mechanical action (fascia electrodes), decreases the appearance of cellulite by increasing the deep blood flow of oxygen and nutrients. INDIBA has been shown to stimulate stem cell proliferation and its differentiation. Fast, visible, and effective results are typically seen in the affected area within four sessions.


Learn more about how INDIBA works, here.


The Scientific Report


This study was conducted to determine whether the INDIBA Fascia electrodes, which combine thermal with mechanical effects, can offer advantages versus thermal-only treatment with INDIBA.


The graph explains evolution of weight loss between the control group (G1) and the Fascia electrode treatment group (G2), as well as the mean losses per area, with the greatest differences recorded in hip, weight and left proximal thigh.


The combination of thermal effect, with the mechanical effect of the fascia electrodes,

provided an improvement in the results of cellulite treatment in certain anatomical areas.


Read the entire study, here.


Interested In Learning More About INDIBA?

INDIBA does more than just treat the appearance of cellulite. This radio frequency device also benefits certain conditions like facial rejuvenation, jowls, neck, reduction of fat in abs, love handles, and more. Skevos can help you learn more about INDIBA and its benefits – contact us to learn more.

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