Cellulite is surprisingly common – it is thought to occur in 80-90% of adult females.

It is characterised by “dimpling” of the fatty areas. It occurs when the structure of fat changes beneath the skin and within the connective
tissues; so that the appearance of the skin is less smooth.

Cellulite is not a medical condition and is completely harmless. However, its appearance can be cosmetically unsatisfactory and many women seek to reduce it.

Common Areas for Cellulite:

Cellulite is most commonly seen on:

  • Buttocks
  • Flanks
  • Thighs

DIY Treatment for Cellulite

Women try many treatments for cellulite, including diet, exercise, cream and massage; but the condition can be very hard to shift, especially where it is hormonal or hereditary.

Professional Treatments

Dr Barbara Kubicka offers a very effective cellulite treatment using Mesotherapy injections in a procedure developed by Dr Barbara Kubicka and exclusive to Clinicbe, known as MesoBody.

Cellulite responds very well to Mesotherapy treatment, although results are naturally dependent on the severity.

Cellulite Treatment FAQ

How much will it cost?

We offer single sessions of mesotherapy from just £175.

What is MesoBody?

MesoBody is a fat-busting procedure which can tackle specific problem areas of accumulated fat. The procedure involves a series of tiny mesotherapy injections, delivered directly into the subcutaneous tissue in the skin’s fatty layer.

How Does it Work?

The treatment works to break down areas of cellulite and fatty deposits using mesotherapeutic injections to shrink and reduce buildup of fat, leaving a more slimline body shape. The act of injecting the skin also tones and tightens skin in the area, which adds to the overall benefit.

Will it hurt?

The injections will feel slightly uncomfortable as they go right into the fatty layers. However, we can use ice to numb the area prior to treatment and if necessary, a local anaesthetic can be used. We also provide painkillers if required, although the discomfort is usually just restricted to the procedure itself, so is generally short lived.

How many treatments will I need?
  • 3-5 sessions recommended minimum
  • A course of 5-10 recommended for best results
What else should I consider?

Treatment can be combined with lymphatic drainage and skin tightening such as Dermaroller, radio frequency and chemical peels.