QWO CELLULITE INJECTIONS
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While a diet low in fat and a healthy lifestyle can help reduce cellulite occurrences, nearly 90% of women still struggle with its dimpled, orange peel-like appearance.
This is where QWO may be an option for you!
Approved for cellulite reduction in the buttocks by the FDA, QWO is the world's first injectable for smoothing the skin by fighting the underlying causes of cellulite formation.
WHAT IS QWO™?
QWO is the world’s first and only FDA-approved injectable for the treatment of cellulite. QWO injected by Skin MD providers will enzymatically disrupt the fibrous septae, or tissue, responsible for creating cellulite resulting in a smoother appearance of the treated skin.
What are the advantages of QWO?
Who is an ideal candidate for QWO injections and treatment?
Currently, Qwo is only FDA approved for treatment in women. So, if you are a woman who is dissatisfied with the appearance of your buttocks due to cellulite ‘dimpling’, you may be an ideal candidate.
QWO is not appropriate for those patients that are pregnant or nursing or those who suffer from bleeding disorders or allergies to QWO ingredients. During your complimentary consult, your Skin MD provider will perform a detailed evaluation of your trouble spots to ensure realistic expectations for your outcome are established.
If QWO is not a match for your goals, our team will provide viable alternatives to enhance your appearance. Skin MD is dedicated to helping you to be the best you!
How many treatments of QWO are recommended?
In the clinical studies, medical providers injected patients up to a maximum of three times spaced approximately three weeks apart, so a full treatment protocol can take approximately 75 days.
What is Cellulite anyway?
Here are a few basics about Cellulite:
What are the risks associated with QWO injections?
Most patients experienced some level of bruising after treatment with QWO. Other reported side effects were mostly local to the injection site, including pain, the formation of nodules, swelling, redness, itching, a warm sensation, and discoloration. One patient self-reported a severe allergic reaction. For a full review of Patient Information regarding Qwo Treatments, click here