The majority of women will have cellulite in their lifetime – around 8 to 9 out of 10, in fact. Although both men and women can get cellulite, it is much more common in women. Unfortunately, it’s just something that happens as part of our biology. And while exercise and eating well are great for your overall health, they won’t do much to reduce stubborn cellulite. The good news is that we have a solution!
- QWO® is an FDA-approved medicine used to treat cellulite in the buttocks.
- QWO® is a minimally invasive treatment option.
- Cellulite is structurally caused and can be treated.
- Three treatments of QWO® are required for best results.
Why Do Patients Choose QWO®?
QWO® is here to help you get rid of cellulite and boost your confidence. Patients choose QWO® when they experience a dimpling appearance under their skin known as cellulite. In sunny Southern California where swimsuit season is almost year round, cellulite can be more noticeable and visible. Although cellulite is completely natural, its appearance can cause self-consciousness and affect our quality of life.
Fortunately, QWO® is a non-surgical therapy that has been clinically shown to reduce cellulite in adult women. It’s the first and only FDA-approved injectable for cellulite treatment in adult females’ buttocks. This region is one of the most frequent locations for cellulite development, and the effects of this therapy may be life-changing.
How Does It Work?
Cellulite can be caused by poor connective tissue pulling down on the skin, resulting in a lumpy appearance. The following are some of the things that may cause cellulite to develop:
- Cellulite is more common in women (80-90 percent of women have some degree of cellulite).
- Changes in hormones.
- Poor circulation leads to a decrease in collagen synthesis.
QWO® has collagenase enzymes in it, which is why it’s so effective at dissolving underlying tight collagen bands that cause dimpling of the skin. According to researchers, the enzymes target the structural origins underlying the skin where cellulite begins, releasing fibrous bands, redistributing fat cells, and stimulating new non-deforming collagen growth. Cellulite dimples are reduced as a result of this action.
Your QWO® Treatment in Newport Beach
The QWO® treatment is administered as a three-injection series that takes place three weeks apart. Our private Orange County office hosts the QWO® treatment, which is carried out by our trained, qualified, and licensed staff using procedures verified by our Plastic Surgeon Medical Directors. The majority of treatments take only a few minutes, but more time is allotted to sketch and photograph the area before the procedure begins. The injection is performed with an extremely tiny needle that causes virtually no discomfort during the process.
QWO’s Other Features
With QWO® , patients can leave our office after the treatment and go about their day without any downtime. Injection site bruising is to be expected in the days following your treatment, but this usually resolves within 2 weeks. The majority of our Newport Beach QWO® patients do experience some bruising, so you may want to avoid scheduling injections close to events where you might need to wear something revealing like a swimsuit. As you return for subsequent treatments, bruising may lessen with each one.
QWO® Cellulite Treatment
Have you ever wanted to wear a bikini or lingerie with confidence, without worrying about cellulite creams that don’t actually work? If so, QWO® may be the right choice for you. Request a complimentary consultation at our Newport Beach office, and our friendly staff will help answer any questions you have and schedule an appointment that works for you.
What is QWO® ?
QWO® is the first and only FDA-approved injectable treatment for moderate to severe cellulite in the buttocks of adult women.
Is QWO® a surgical procedure?
No. QWO® is a non-surgical, injectable treatment alternative.
How do I know if QWO® is the right fit for me?
Schedule an appointment with our Newport Beach office’s knowledgeable and qualified medical staff to see if you are a good fit for QWO®.
How many QWO® treatments will I require?
Up to two treatment areas may be treated during each session. Three weeks apart, QWO® injections will be given in three treatment sessions.
What are the side effects of QWO®?
The most prevalent QWO® side effects are: injection site bruising, pain, areas of hardness, itching, redness, discoloration, swelling and warmth in the treatment area.
Who is not a candidate for QWO®?
If you have any of the following conditions, you should not use QWO®: You are allergic to collagenase or any other chemicals in QWO®, or have an active infection at the treatment area.
Furthermore, before obtaining QWO®, please let us know:
- If you are experiencing bleeding.
- If you are pregnant or think you may become pregnant, nursing or plan to nurse.
- You’ll find all of your prescription and over-the-counter medications, vitamins, and herbal supplements in one place.
QWO® may cause serious side effects, including:
- Allergic (hypersensitivity) reactions, including anaphylaxis, have occurred. If you experience hives, difficulty breathing, low blood pressure, swollen face, chest pain, dizziness or fainting after receiving QWO® treatment; call your doctor right away.
- Bruising at the injection site.
We’ll determine if you’re a candidate for QWO® after reviewing your medical history and performing a comprehensive examination during a consultation at our clinic.
Your QWO® Consultation At PCH MedSpa
If you’re looking for the best outcomes from your QWO® treatment, only hire a qualified and experienced injector. Our professional injectors will meet with you to verify that you are a candidate for treatment or suggest another alternative.
To learn more about our injection therapies, such as QWO®, or to book an appointment, contact our office at