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QWO

QWO Treatment Bentonville, AR | Dahlia Aesthetic by WHA

Bumpy skin almost resembling cottage cheese is called cellulite and for most of us it is not a desirable look. Despite living a healthy life, eating healthy and exercising regularly, you may still have cellulite. Yes, it is very frustrating.

The causes for cellulite are broad and include genetics, body type, sedentary lifestyle, environmental toxins, weight gain, pregnancy, and your age.

Over time our skin thins out, our fat cells grow and push against the skin.  In addition, fibrous bands within the fat tissue contribute to the appearance of cellulite. Various treatments over the years have been introduced to reduce or eliminate cellulite. These treatments include cryolipolysis to freeze fat cells, ultrasound to eliminate fat, laser treatments, and/or radiofrequency treatments. In addition, some companies advertise that certain creams, gels, and topical sprays will get rid of cellulite.

QWO is the answer to getting rid of cellulite.

This new cellulite treatment is an injection called QWO®. This innovative injection is the only FDA-approved, non-surgical injectable to reduce moderate to severe cellulite in your buttocks. It can also be used off-label for cellulite in the outer thighs.The two enzymes contained within QWO help you rid the dimpled appearance of cellulite. As these enzymes are injected, they go to the structural causes of cellulite, the fibrous bands. As a result, QWO® redistributes fat cells, releases the fibrous bands around the fat stores which results in smoother skin.

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Core principals of QWO

An innovative prescription medication, QWO®, is injected into cellulite in three treatments completed 21 days apart. Appointment time is about an hour with pictures, prep and in about 10-15 minutes, QWO® is injected. Your body over time then eliminates the cells. Patients have been reporting improved appearance and smoother skin after the first treatment! Best results will be seen 2-3 months after final treatment.

QWO® is FDA approved and safe. Common side effects reported are injection site bruising (>85%), hard lumps, warmth in the treatment area, swelling, and itching. However, side effects do go away a few days to a few weeks after treatment.

Call for a consult with your provider to learn if you are a good candidate for QWO®.

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