Thousands of women who have been struggling with cellulite for years are experiencing instant and dramatic reductions in dimpled fat deposits with a breakthrough medical device from Italy. The non-surgical procedure is called Cryo T-Shock therapy.
Here’s how an award-winning Long Beach, CA-cosmetologist discovered the technique and her experience using it for her own problem cellulite.
Perhaps you’re too young to remember one of the most successful marketing campaigns ever, the commercial for Men’s Hair Club. The famous tagline at the end: “I’m not just the president of Hair Club for Men, I’m also a client!” The commercial ends with a dramatic before/after shot of the president’s scalp, a dramatic transformation from not-so-sexy, severely receded hairline to an early 90s-style thick, shag carpet-full of hair.
In honor of that brilliant marketing campaign, I’d like to borrow from that commercial and say, “I’m not just the owner of Cloud9Cryo, I’m also a client.”
You see, over my many years as a beauty consultant, hair stylist and cosmetologist, my clients confided in me their every skin-conscious and body-image pain-point under the sun. But all the while, I had my own secret: you wouldn’t catch me dead wearing shorts … I was ashamed of my cellulite.
Every time I turned around and looked in the mirror, modeling my newest thong or bikini that I hoped would boost my sexiness factor to 11, those dimples were like an unfriendly ghost haunting my reflection.
“Honey, I’d rather take a vacation this year to Alaska,” I lied to my husband. Secretly, I wanted to be soaking up the rays in South Beach, Miami. (Even though I live in Long Beach, by the beach, it’s good to get out of your ‘hood every now and then.) But my cellulite made me think twice about bearing my flesh.
After years of hearing the same complaints from my clients, and desperate to conquer my own battle with body-image self-esteem, I was determined to find an all-in-one solution. I know, I know. It sounds like finding the proverbial needle in a haystack. And just when I was about to give up, I found the solution I was looking for.
In 2018, an Italian medical device maker called Pagani, introduced the Cryo T-Shock device to the U.S. market. Shortly after its entry into the American market, I was one of the first people in the U.S. to try the device. The manual that came with the device sounded like something out of science fiction: alternating currents of extreme hot and cold (that you can barely feel) crank up your metabolism, dilate your blood vessels, and send fresh, oxygen-rich blood into your fat cells and activate fat-burning hormones.
The cold current from the Cryo T-Shock device kills your fat cells that are trapped in the dermis layer of the skin. It does this by crystallizing the fluid that holds together the fat cells.
Eventually, the metabolic junk that’s been trapped under your skin as well as the dead fat cells enter your lymphatic system and are eventually eliminated.
After I was able to wrap my head around those concepts, I thought, what the heck, I’ll give it a try on myself.
The results speak for themselves:
As you can see, I’m not just the owner of Cloud9Cryo, I’m also a client.
Keep in mind that for best results, you should do at least 5 sessions of Cellulite Treatment and then follow it up with 1-2 maintenance sessions per month.
I never thought that after just 1 session, I’d notice a difference. But I did.
Before I tried Cryo T-Shock Therapy for cellulite, I tried nearly everything else. I did virtually every trendy cleanse and detox fad. I did hot yoga, CrossFit, infrared sauna, you name it. I never would have purchased such an expensive device let alone started a business centered around this specific therapy if the results I experienced were just lukewarm.
The Answer For Cellulite Nearly Every Woman Has Been Looking For Is Here
Cellulite affects women of all ages, backgrounds and sizes. It’s not just an affliction that affects severely overweight ladies. In fact, I have clients as young as early 20s that come to see me for cellulite reduction. While it’s true that it tends to be more apparent in people with obesity, many women with a normal BMI (Body Mass Index) can have it.
The one thing that all women that have cellulite have in common is: poor blood circulation.
Poor blood circulation causes your arteries to constrict. This leads to the structural protein fibers (collagen) becoming trapped with fat. As a result, the skin pulls downwards and bulges, leading to those stubborn, unsightly dimples.
But with Cryo T-Shock Therapy, collagen production is boosted, and the result is firmer-looking arms, thighs and buttocks. Your skin pores also shrink after Cryo T-Shock Cellulite treatments. The result is a very noticeable reduction in those pesky dimples.
So if you’re ready to fall back in love with your skin, schedule a free consultation with me today!