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American Laser Center Offers VelaShape Body Shaping and Cellulite Reduction Treatment
Date:3/7/2008

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., March 7 /PRNewswire/ -- American Laser Centers, the largest provider of laser hair removal and other noninvasive aesthetic services in the U.S., announces the addition of the VelaShape cellulite reduction and body shaping therapy service in 50 U.S. clinics now and 30 additional locations before the end of March, 2008.

VelaShape, the first device to be FDA-approved for both cellulite reduction and circumferential reduction of the thighs, is a non-invasive treatment that uses externally-applied energy to reduce the appearance of cellulite and measurably reduce circumference of the arms, thighs, love handles, abdomen or other designated treatment areas.

VelaShape provides fast, visible results, in as few as four office visits and with no downtime. With four treatments each spaced one week apart, patients are be able to achieve significant toning, contouring and improved skin texture within a 30-day period.

"As the world's largest provider of VelaShape services, we developed unique expertise and proprietary protocol to deliver the best possible results to our clients," said American Laser Centers CEO Gary Graves. "Clinical trials have shown loss of as much as two inches per thigh. Through our medical team's research, we have found that VelaShape provides the most effective body shaping and cellulite reduction results of any treatment available today."

Clinics in major cities now offering the treatments include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. For a complete list of clinics that are offering the service, visit http://www.americanlaser.com. American Laser Centers conducts approximately 75,000 treatments each month at its more than 220 locations across the country.

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American Laser Centers is the largest and most successful laser hair removal, skin rejuvenation and cellulite reduction therapy company,
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