QWO is administered via injection and is composed of enzymes that break down collagen. Collagen makes up the fibrous bands that are responsible for the appearance of cellulite.
Each dimple of cellulite receives an injection of Qwo. By doing so, the product is able to be positioned within and surrounding the fibrous collagen bands that are the root cause of each dimple.
It is speculated that QWO attacks the root cause of cellulite by dismantling the fibrous collagen bands that are responsible for its formation. When the bands are dissolved, the hold they have on the skin is released, and this makes it possible for the cellulite dimples to fade away or become shallower.
When the fibrous bands are loosened, fat cells are given the opportunity to reorganize themselves, which results in the appearance of smoother and more even skin.
Why Should You Pick QWO?
A woman’s confidence can take a serious hit as a result of cellulite, and it can prevent them from feeling their finest when they are wearing a swimsuit or leggings. Qwo is the first treatment that has been given approval by the FDA to target cellulite exclusively.
There has never been anything quite like Qwo therapy before. The injection, which is unlike any other injectable, precisely targets and destroys cellulite on the buttocks, and its composition is designed to work for a lengthy period of time.
How does QWO work?
Before we get into the process of QWO, let’s go over some of the fundamentals of cellulite, including:
The dimpled appearance of the skin that occurs around pockets of fat is known as cellulite. Cellulite is not just skin laxity or drooping skin.
The fibrous connective tissue known as septae or bands of collagen is to blame for the appearance of cellulite. When fat is deposited between the skin and the muscle, the septae contract the skin to the muscle in between pockets of fat, making the appearance that the fat is ringed in divots, also known as dimples. This phenomenon is what gives the appearance of dimples.
When fat is deposited between both the skin and the muscle, the septae contract the skin to the muscle in between pockets of fat, giving the appearance that the fat is ringed in divots, also known as dimples. This phenomenon is what gives the appearance of dimples.
There is currently no cure that is guaranteed to be long-lasting for cellulite. Several treatments are available for cellulite, including lasers, very small incisions, and energy therapies such as radio frequency or infrared technology. Some of these treatments are more effective than others.
Three years is the maximum duration for any of these options. In addition, procedures that eliminate fat, such as liposuction, are not always effective against cellulite.
Regardless of their weight, between 85 and 90 percent of women suffer from the appearance of cellulite. Because of the unique way in which the septae that lie beneath the skin develop, cellulite is not nearly as common in men as it is in women.
Because of the unique way in which the septae that lie beneath the skin develop, cellulite is not nearly as common in men as it is in women.
The doctor will inject QWO directly into the cellulite dimples on the buttocks. A single treatment with QWO may require up to 12 injections, while two treatments with QWO may require a total of 24 injections. It is believed that once injected, the enzyme contained in QWO will target collagen types 1 and 3 to release the septae, which will finally result in the dimple being released and the skin appearing smooth. For patients to achieve outcomes during the clinical trial, QWO was injected three times, with 21 days separating each injection.
What kind of results should You anticipate after using QWO?
When undergoing any kind of treatment, patients need to have reasonable expectations about the outcome. According to the findings of a study, QWO, like other therapies for cellulite, would drastically cut down on the appearance of cellulite but will not completely eliminate it.
Currently, there is no evidence that examines the length of time that the impacts of QWO’s smoothing have an impact. Published research has yet to monitor QWO patients’ results for a longer period of time than ninety days because QWO is a brand-new treatment.
What are the potential side effects of receiving QWO injections?
After receiving therapy with QWO, most patients had some degree of bruising. Pain, the development of nodules, inflammation, redness, itching, a burning sensation, and discoloration were some of the other side effects that were recorded, the majority of which were local to the site of injection.
Is there a natural way to get rid of cellulite?
A specialist massage is the only non-medical treatment that is proven to be effective in reducing cellulite. Nevertheless, the effects are not particularly noticeable and just transitory.
What Should You Expect During the Course of Treatment?
The patient will not need any downtime following treatment with Qwo. In order to achieve the best possible results, the patient may need to come back to the office a total of two more times, each time spaced out by approximately three weeks.
In contrast to the outcomes seen with other injectables currently available on the market, those seen with Qwo can last for at least one year and have the potential to last for up to five years. Notably, the skin of every patient is unique. Thus the results could be very varied.
Who Should Consider Receiving Treatment with the Qwo Device?
Even though Qwo is produced from bacteria, utilizing it in the body is an extremely risk-free endeavor. This cutting-edge therapy is appropriate for any adult woman who has cellulite on her buttocks, regardless of her weight or whether or not she is currently engaged in a weight loss program.
There is no longer any necessity for cellulite to be a permanent problem. You may be a perfect candidate for QWO if you are concerned with the way that your skin appears and how it affects your self-esteem. If this describes you, then you may benefit from this treatment. In order to provide our patients with the most impressive results possible, the injectors on our team at Movel Medical Aesthetics go through specialized training to help you with your needs.