I could really use your input on this one!
Our post about Venus Freeze anti cellulite treatment is one of the most popular articles on the site. The best part of the post is the comments section, where readers from all over the U.S. and Canada have written about their experience with the treatment.
The post has turned into a must-read for anyone contemplating getting Venus Freeze treatments. How cool is that?
Before I get into the details of my dilemma, here’s a brief description of Venus Freeze (from Venus-Concept.com):
Based on the innovative (MP)² Technology, Venus Freeze® creates a synergy of magnetic pulses and radio frequency (RF) to deliver pleasant treatments and superior results.
Venus Freeze® is suitable for various face and body applications including circumference reduction, cellulite improvement, skin tightening and wrinkle reduction.
Venus Freeze’s® dense energy matrix penetrates into multiple layers of the skin, ensuring improved clinical efficacy and noticeably visible results. The unique energy delivery guarantees quick achievement of therapeutic temperature, easy maintenance of high temperature while eliminating the need of a cooling system, short treatment time due to coverage of a large treated area and a pleasurable homogeneous heating sensation for the client.
So… the media rep for Venus Freeze is a sweet lady named Tracey Mancuso. (This thread shows how she tried to help one of our fellow cellulite investigators who was unhappy with her treatment results.)
Tracey offered to “work out a good deal” for me to try their treatments. Regardless of what that means exactly, I’m torn over whether or not I would want to try a treatment like Venus Freeze. It’s everything I hate about cellulite treatments. It’s expensive. It involves questionable technology (in my opinion). It needs to be “administered” by a professional…
You know I love experimenting with anti cellulite treatments, but I prefer natural remedies you can do from home. If there is one thing I’ve learned from the investigation so far, it’s that natural treatments are the only ones that seem to offer promise of real and lasting results. But I don’t want that insight to turn into a bias that prevents me from investigating other treatments that have promise.
Here’s another factor. I feel so close to cracking this case wide open, I don’t want anyone to claim it was an expensive salon treatment that produced the final results. See my dilemma?
What do you think? Should I try Venus Freeze or not?
Thanks for stopping by The Cellulite Investigation. Things are a little quite around here at the moment. I’m taking an extended break as I get married and settle into married life and a new home. Don’t worry, I’ll be back soon!