What is AvéliTM?
Avéli™ is a minimally invasive procedure performed by a trained provider that delivers lasting reduction in cellulite dimples on the buttocks and thighs after a single in-office visit. Avéli is the first and only cellulite procedure that allows a physician to identify and release the bands under the skin (called septa) that cause cellulite dimples with real-time confirmation of release.
How do I know if Avéli is right for me?
If you are a woman looking for long-term reduction in cellulite dimples from a single, minimally invasive in-office procedure, Avéli could be for you! Schedule a consultation with your provider to determine if you are a candidate.
Does Avéli only treat cellulite dimples?
Avéli treats the septa bands causing cellulite dimples from the inside-out. It is not a procedure that addresses other concerns often seen alongside cellulite, such as laxity or pockets of fat.
Avéli is designed to be a single, in-office procedure. During a single procedure, your provider can identify and release the dimpled cellulite targets on both your buttocks and thighs.
A typical Avéli procedure will take around an hour, including local anesthesia and the procedure itself. Exact timing will vary depending on your personalized procedure plan from your provider.
Little to none. In the clinical study, most patients returned to normal activities within 24-48 hours.
In the clinical study, the most common side effects reported were mild pain within the first 24 hours and bruising and tenderness to the touch which typically resolved within 30 days. Small areas of firmness, usually not visible or painful, typically resolved in a couple of months.
It is recommended to avoid any strenuous activities or workouts in the first few days/weeks after the procedure to allow the area to heal.
The results of your Avéli procedure should be visible once swelling and bruising subside. By one-month post-procedure you should start to see the effects of the procedure.
Participants in the clinical study demonstrated a lasting reduction in the appearance of their cellulite when assessed one year after the procedure.