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EVALUATION OF USING VENUS FREEZETM FOR SKIN TIGHTENING AND CELLULITE TREATMENT

@inproceedings{Levy2010EVALUATIONOU,
  title={EVALUATION OF USING VENUS FREEZETM FOR SKIN TIGHTENING AND CELLULITE TREATMENT},
  author={H Levy},
  year={2010}
}
A total of 35 subjects were recruited to the study. No unexpected adverse side effects were detected or reported. All 35 patients participating in the study reported no pain during the treatment. Photographic analysis of pre-and post treatment of the digital images revealed improvement in skin tightness, abdomen, thigh and arm circumference reduction. All patients (100%) were very satisfied from treatment results. 

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