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Innovative procedure to help smooth skin for an overall more attractive appearance

Venus Medical - Cellulite treatment

Cellulite refers to the dimply, lumpy appearance to skin in the buttocks and thigh area.  It occurs in up to 90% of women. Cellulite usually appears due to the interaction between the connective tissue fibres under the skin and the fat that bulges between these bands of tissue.   

Factors that can contribute to cellulite include smoking, hormones, genetics, and being overweight, although slim women often have cellulite too.  Although there are numerous treatments for cellulite, many don’t work.  

At Venus Medical, we introduced Cellfina to Ireland, an FDA-approved treatment for cellulite dimples.


No. of sessions


Treatment time

1 hour

Number of dimples typically treated



Buttocks and thighs

The ideal candidate

For diffuse waviness and laxity in the skin, we recommend LipoKontur, a treatment that combines non-invasive radiofrequency and shockwave therapy.  Six to eight treatments are usually advised following an assessment, at one week intervals.

For more obvious cellulite dimples, Cellfina is ideal, an FDA-approved technology that releases the dimples under local anaesthesia.

We’re here to help you achieve natural-looking results whatever your concerns.

Treatment step by step

  • LipoKontur is non-invasive: a gel is applied and the probe tip first emits shockwaves that ‘break up’ subcutaneous cells and enhance lymphatic drainage.  After, a radiofrequency tip is used to gently heat the tissues in order to further improve blood supply and stimulate collagen.


  • After Cellfina, you can return to your normal activities the next day. You should wear the garment for one week. 
  • There is usually moderate bruising and discomfort that can be treated with simple painkillers. 
  • There is no downtime after LipoKontur.
"After visiting Venus medical, and meeting the amazing Dr prendergast I couldn’t recommend his clinic enough, he is a genius in all aspects of cosmetic treatments"