Did you know 90% of women have cellulite? QWO is one of the first injectable treatments to reduce cellulite in the buttock and thigh region. QWO is a quick and safe way to help reduce dimpling for those stubborn areas of cellulite. The treatment takes a total of 30 minutes with minimal downtime. Bruising is the most common side effect. Bruising can last up to 4-6 weeks so we recommend scheduling this treatment when you don’t plan a sunny vacation!
QWO is a non-surgical injectable treatment that is specifically designed to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe cellulite in the buttock and thigh region. It is made up of enzymes called collagenases that break down the collagen fibers that contribute to the formation of cellulite.
QWO is indicated for women with moderate to severe cellulite in the buttock and thigh area. It is not recommended for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, have an active infection or inflammation in the treatment area, or have a history of bleeding disorders.
QWO works by breaking down the fibrous bands that connect the skin to the underlying muscle, which cause the dimpled appearance of cellulite. The enzymes in QWO target these bands and break them down, resulting in smoother-looking skin.
QWO is administered in a series of injections directly into the treatment area. The number of injections required depends on the size and severity of the cellulite. The procedure takes about 10-15 minutes per treatment area.
There is no downtime required after QWO treatment, and patients can resume their normal activities immediately. However, some mild bruising, swelling, and discomfort at the injection site may occur, but these symptoms typically resolve within a few days.
As with any medical treatment, QWO does have risks and benefits. The benefits of QWO include the reduction of cellulite in the buttock and thigh area, which can improve self-esteem and quality of life. The risks of QWO include bruising, swelling, discomfort, and the possibility of an allergic reaction to the collagenase enzymes. However, these risks are rare and can be minimized by choosing a qualified and experienced provider.