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Smooth And Sculpted Skin: QWO Cellulite Treatment Explained

Taylor Harrison • March, 2023

  QWO Injectable Cellulite Treatment Explained

Taylor Harrison • March, 2023

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There’s a 90% chance you have cellulite if you’re a lady.

And even if you work out a ton, give up bread, and accept that cellulite is a natural part of your body … it's stubborn.

In fact cellulite is so stubborn that we literally use lasers 🔫to get rid of it. And now, we can also use QWO — the first injectable anti-cellulite treatment.

But WHO™ is the new kid on the block when it comes to beauty. So let’s take a closer look at the “cellulite shot” to find out more like:

Table Of Contents

  • 1.  What is QWO?
  • 2. Does QWO cellulite treatment really work?
  • 3. QWO cellilite results and effectiveness
  • 4. Who is a candidate for QWO treatment?
  • 5. Potential side effects and risks of QWO
  • 5. Evertone Anti-Cellulite Cream
  • 6. FAQs: What you want to know about QWO
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Table Of Contents

  • 1. How Does Radio Frequency Cellulite Treatment Work?
  • 2. Potential Side Effects Of Radiofrequency Cellulite Treatments
  • 3. Evertone Anti-Cellulite Routine
  • 4. FAQ For Radiofrequency For Cellulite
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What is QWO?

QWO (or collagenase clostridium histolyticum-aaes) is the first injectable treatment for cellulite. And best of all, it’s FDA-approved.

It works like other cellulite treatments, namely lasers, to blast away fat cells — but it’s not as invasive as treatments like liposuction. You can think of it as a shot for cellulite that relaxes dimples, thus smoothing the skin.

QWO cellulite treatment is often administered in a few shots per session, across multiple sessions. And even though it’s temporary, results may last up to a few months or more.

How do QWO Cellulite Injections Work?

QWO is FDA-approved to treat cellulite in women — specifically around the booty area. And according to information published in the American Board of Cosmetic Surgery (ACBS), clinical trials show reduced dimpling after three injections, spaced three weeks apart. So yes, results are likely for people who use QWO appropriately.

QWO Results and Effectiveness

Much like other cellulite treatments, there’s a solid chance QWO for cellulite will work for you. But, results aren’t permanent, nor are they perfect.

You can probably expect a noticeable difference in about three weeks, and it’s likely those results will last for a few months.

It’s possible that some people may achieve results faster (and keep them for longer) when used in combination with other treatments like anti-cellulite creams, masques, and scrubs.

Who is a Candidate for QWO Injectable Cellulite Treatment?

If you’re an adult woman with moderate to severe cellulite, you’re the ideal candidate for QWO injectables.

Talk with your doctor about possible contraindications. Health conditions and medications may impact your eligibility for QWO and/or its effectiveness.

Potential Side Effects and Risks of QWO for Cellulite

QWO is a relatively new product — so we don’t know a whole lot about its longer-term safety. And current research is relatively limited when it comes to side effects, risks, and adverse reactions.

However, what we do know is that it’s likely you’ll bruise around the injection site. You may also experience some pain, swelling, itching, and discoloration around the local area as well. As always, consult with a doctor before making any changes to your healthcare routine.

Evertone Anti-Cellulite Cream

Evertone’s anti-cellulite collection is packed with ingredients that make you feel good, and look good. Our three-part series includes an anti-cellulite cream, masque, and scrub to target cellulite on legs, booties, and tummies.

#1: For best results, scrub up with our Body Exfoliator to reveal an ultra-healthy glow. Focus on areas with cellulite, and use it all over for brighter, tighter skin.

#2: Follow it up with the Body Firmer anti-cellulite mask. It’s rich with mega-hydrating ingredients designed to make your skin supple and bouncy with just two to three applications each week.

#3: Wrap things up with our Body Shaper Cream. It firms, plumps, and hydrates to give you that youthful look you crave. Its anti-cellulite properties increase blood circulation and reduce water retention to flatten out fat tissues.

FAQs: What you want to know about QWO

Want to know more about cellulite and QWO treatments? Check out these FAQs to get answers for all those burning questions.

Is QWO a painful Injectable treatment for cellulite?

QWO is a series of injectables (shots). So if you don’t think shots are painful, then no — it’s not too bad. But if needles make you nervous, you may have a tougher time.

How long does the QWO treatment take to complete?

Most people get a few injections per session, with about two to three sessions in total. Results may take a few weeks to notice, but they may last for a few months at a time.

How many treatments are required for optimal results with QWO?

Probably two to three sessions will do the trick. But it ultimately comes down to your body and how it responds to treatment.

How Much Does QWO Cellilite Treatment Cost?

Like most cellulite treatments, you’ll need a consultation to get an accurate estimate. That’s because what you pay depends on your provider, and how many sessions you need.

In general, you can expect to pay around $1,000 in total for three sessions. But we’ve seen some clinics offer a series of three injections for $800, and others for $1,200.

Is QWO treatment for cellulite FDA-approved and safe?

QWO is approved by the FDA to treat cellulite in women, and more specifically, in the booty area. And some side effects like bruising and pain may occur around the injection site, even when used as directed.

Lastly, QWO is a relatively new treatment and research is limited. We don’t have enough information about its long-term effects on health. This is why it’s best to consult with a doctor before making any changes to your health routine.

Taylor Harrison

Taylor Harrison is a content writer for start-ups, non-profits, and consumer brands. Taylor specializes in creating content for conscious companies to help connect with like-minded readers.

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Taylor Harrison

Taylor Harrison is a content writer for start-ups, non-profits, and consumer brands. Taylor specializes in creating content for conscious companies to help connect with like-minded readers.