Avéli™

Cellulite and cellulite dimples remain one of the toughest cosmetic concerns to treat. This can be frustrating, considering up to 90% of women have cellulite! Avéli™ is an exciting new treatment for cellulite that can smooth the skin and reduce dimples with a quick, in-office procedure and minimal downtime.

What is Avéli?

Cellulite is a product of the way that the female body stores fat. Tethering the skin to the deeper tissues are small fibrous bands. While fat pushes the skin outward, these bands pull the skin inward, resulting in small dimples we know as cellulite. Although some women reduce cellulite by reducing fat, other women naturally have visible cellulite in areas like the buttocks and thighs. Unfortunately, there are many treatments and creams that promise to get rid of cellulite but don’t produce results.

Avéli is a minimally invasive treatment that releases these fibrous bands from the inside and relieves tension on the skin resulting in visibly smoother skin. Using a local anesthetic, it treats the underlying cause with a small, specialized handpiece for a thorough approach to cellulite reduction. One treatment session is typically all that’s needed to reduce the appearance of cellulite dimples. Although it doesn’t help with improving skin laxity, skin tightening, or fat reduction, it can easily be combined with other body contouring devices like SculpSure®.

*This is not a patient of Dr. DiFrancesco. Individual results may vary.

Avéli vs. Renuva® Fat Transfer

Renuva® is a fat transfer treatment that can be used to reduce the appearance of cellulite but in a different way. Renuva uses screened donor fat tissue to fill in dimples indicative of cellulite rather than releasing the fibrous bands under the skin. For patients who want long-term results or who don’t want to add volume, Avéli can be a more appropriate option. However, for some patients, a combination approach of Avéli and Renuva can produce the best results.

Avéli Candidates

Avéli cellulite treatment is a minimally-invasive procedure, making it less risky than a surgical procedure. If you’re bothered by the appearance of cellulite and want a permanent solution, you can benefit from treatment. Dr. DiFrancesco will discuss your health history to determine whether Avéli is the best option for your goals. We can also help you explore your other body contouring options to achieve your most confident self.

Avéli Recovery

Avéli comes with minimal recovery and most patients can return to regular activities within 1-2 days. It’s normal to experience some numbness or soreness for the first few days and you can manage any discomfort with a protected ice pack applied 15 minutes at a time. It can be helpful to wear compressive clothing like leggings to help reduce swelling and support your results. You’ll begin to see final results within 1-2 months with a noticeable reduction in the look of cellulite and dimpling in the thighs and buttocks.

Schedule a Consultation

Avéli is a minimally invasive way to get rid of cellulite. To meet with Dr. DiFrancesco and learn more about your options, contact our Atlanta, GA office by calling or filling out our online form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I need more than one session?

Avu00e9li requires only a single session for long-term results. Most treatment sessions take 60-90 minutes to complete.

When will bruising go away after Aveli?

You can expect some minor bruising after Avu00e9li, but it typically goes away within 2-3 weeks. You can help lessen bruising by avoiding blood-thinning medications like ibuprofen before and after treatment.

Does Aveli hurt?

Avu00e9li is performed using a local anesthetic. You may feel some slight pressure, but treatment is not uncomfortable.

How many Aveli treatments do you need?

Most patients will require 1-2 treatments to see full results. One treatment session takes 60-90 minutes to complete.

How long do Aveli results last?

Avu00e9li results are long term because it treats the underlying cause of cellulite. In clinical studies performed by manufacturer Revelle Aesthetics, patients saw improvement in cellulite at least three months after treatment.

Is there downtime after Aveli?

Most patients can return to regular activities the day after treatment, but you should avoid exercise or intensive activity for 1-2 weeks.

What are the best cellulite treatments?

Aveli remains one of the most effective cellulite treatments to date. In general, cellulite can be difficult to fully treat but Aveli offers the most thorough treatment approach versus other subcision treatments.

How long does it take for Aveli to work?

Patients can expect to see final results within 1-2 months with a noticeable improvement in the look of cellulite.

How does Aveli work?

Aveli works by releasing the fibrous bands that cause cellulite. These bands are attached to the deeper layers of the skin, pulling it downward and causing the dimples we associate with cellulite. By releasing the bands, the skin becomes smoother and less dimpled.

Is Aveli the same as Cellfina?

Aveli is similar to Cellfina in that they both use subcision - but Aveli a much more precise and thorough process. We prefer Aveli for its superior results and higher rate of success.

What foods cause cellulite?

Cellulite is not caused by certain foods but rather by the way the female body tethers the skin to the deeper tissues. While losing weight can sometimes get rid of cellulite, some women simply have cellulite no matter what.

What is Aveli for cellulite?

Aveli is a minimally invasive treatment that eliminates cellulite using a handheld device for smoother skin and a boost in confidence.

How much does Aveli cost?

It can be difficult to give a cost estimate for Aveli without a consultation. Our team will provide a full estimate of your costs based on factors like your treatment area during an appointment.