Clinical trials on Cellulite

  • CT-EU-00111139

    Join Our Study on the Effectiveness of Anti-Cellulite Cream

    We are excited to introduce a study focused on evaluating the effectiveness and tolerability of a special anti-cellulite cream-gel medical device, known as Defense Body. This study is designed for women who are experiencing 2nd and 3rd degree cellulite, also referred to as edematous fibrosclerotic panniculopathy. Our goal is to see how well this treatment can reduce thigh circumference, improve the appearance of the skin by reducing the “orange peel” look, and enhance skin smoothness.

    The study will take place at a single center and is post-marketing and sponsored, meaning it’s conducted after the product has been approved for use. We’re looking for 56 female participants between the ages of 18 and 55 who are in good general health and have 2nd or 3rd degree cellulite.

    Your journey in this study will begin with an initial visit where we’ll gather some important information about you, including your clinical history, personal and demographic data, and any treatments you’ve had before or are currently undergoing. We’ll also take some measurements like your body mass index (BMI), waist, hip, and thigh circumference. Plus, we’ll take digital photographs of the area to be treated and perform a skin profilemetry of the thigh using advanced technology to analyze the skin’s surface. A pinch test will also be conducted to evaluate the degree of cellulite.

    After the first visit, there will be two more visits: one after 4 weeks and the final one after 8 weeks from the start of the study. During these visits, we’ll repeat the initial assessments to see how well the treatment is working. You’ll also have the opportunity to share your overall satisfaction and compliance with the treatment.

    Your safety and comfort are our top priorities, and we’ll be closely monitoring for any adverse events or changes in your health throughout the study. This is a great opportunity to potentially improve the appearance of cellulite and contribute to the understanding of this treatment’s effectiveness and tolerability.

    If you’re interested in participating or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re looking forward to potentially having you as part of this important study!