Martinsville NJ, January 6, 2015 — Reflections Center for Skin & Body ( is pleased to announce that, after several years of testing, Cellulaze has been found to be the most effective treatment for cellulite, the common term for the dimpling and pitting that occurs on the buttocks and thighs. Cellulite affects 85% of all adult women at some point.

Cellulite is caused when bands of fibers pull across healthy layers of fat, leaving dimpled or low areas between the fat deposits. Cellulaze is a minimally invasive laser treatment that has been cleared by the FDA to release these dimple-causing bands and smooth out bulges of fat.

Like laser lipo, Cellulaze utilizes a laser lipo-style fiber that is inserted under the skin. During the 90 minute procedure, heat from the laser also stimulates collagen renewal, resulting in thicker, smoother, more elastic skin in the thigh and buttocks. Studies show that Cellulaze typically increases skin thickness by up to 25% while improving elasticity by 29%.

“Before Cellulaze, there really wasn’t anything that could help with deep, profound cellulite dimples,” says Dr. Mitchell Chasin, Medical Director for Reflections Center for Skin & Body. “Thankfully now there is. We can have our patients looking great for swimsuit season or that winter getaway.”

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About Reflections Center for Skin & Body
Reflections Center for Skin & Body is dedicated to providing natural looking, noticeable outcomes for its patients using the latest, state-of-the-art treatments and technologies. Because everyone’s skin is unique, there is no single laser that fits all treatments. Reflections Center physicians work with patients to determine the right technology and procedures that are particular to their individual needs. Reflections Center doctors have been recognized nationally on TV for their expertise on the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, and The Doctors. They have also been recognized in publications such as Elle, Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar, and Women’s Health. For more information on Reflections Center for Skin & Body, visit