Localised Fat Deposits


Typical localized fat depots are under the chin, the lower belly and the outer thighs in women, and the love handles in men. They tend to be stubborn to exercise and diet regimens. Also known as body sculpting or lipotherapy, lipodissolve is a non-surgical, natural medical technique in which solutions are injected into localized fat deposits to block internal signals of fat uptake, trigger fat release, increase circulation and burn energy. Carboxytherapy targets localized fat and it’s ideal for helping to remove fat around our legs, buttocks, back and stomach. It’s an incredibly safe, minimally invasive treatment.

Our Treatments: Lipodissolve, Carboxytherapy, Oxy-Shape, Cavitation/RF



Cellulite treatments reduce the appearance of the skin dimpling or ‘orange peel’ effect of this troublesome yet common complaint. Most women experience cellulite at some point in their lives, most commonly on the buttocks, thighs and stomach.

Cellulite treatments are a highly effective way of getting rid of stubborn cellulite that remains even when you have lost weight. Our range of advanced cellulite treatments use several different non-invasive techniques for removing cellulite, with no pain and no downtime, so you can return to work straight after your treatment. Many of our cellulite treatments also help improve the quality of your skin by stimulating blood flow and boosting the production of collagen, the body’s own skin-healing protein.

Our Treatments: Mesotherapy, Carboxytherapy, Lipodissolve, Oxy-Shape, Cavitation/RF


Stretch Marks


We offer advanced treatment for removing troublesome stretch marks using the latest technology. Each of our treatments works by stimulating collagen, the skin’s natural skin-healing protein. This causes new cell growth and rejuvenates your skin, reducing the appearance of the stretch mark. Our tailored treatments are highly effective at dramatically reducing the appearance of stretch marks. Our treatments use advanced equipment and technology to remove new and old stretchmarks in a safe and controlled manner, boosting the collagen production left damaged by stretched skin. This enables the skin cells to repair themselves.

Our Treatments: Mesotherapy, Carboxytherapy, PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma), Microneedling


VagiLift – Carboxytherapy Vagina Rejuvenation


Non-Surgical Vaginal Tightening with VagiLift

Bellezza Clinic is pleased to introduce a new procedure — non-surgical vaginal tightening — with no downtime. We continue to offer the latest treatments and procedures that improve quality of life for women.

As women age, the skin of the vagina loses its elasticity and vitality as collagen fibers become fatigued. Menopause often involves atrophy or degradation of the tissues around the perineum, a reduced response to stimulus, as well as a loss of functionality and tissue turgor, and decreased sensitivity to the area. In all these cases it is possible to use Carboxytherapy for a non-surgical vaginal rejuvenation.

Just as cosmetic procedures have been used for decades to improve facial skin and to restore its youthfulness, non-surgical vaginal tightening with VagiLift improves the health and vitality of vaginal tissue. Read more...

Our Treatments: Carboxytherapy


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Today it is possible to restore the volume of the breast by a simple medical treatment.

The breast, in its anatomy, is constituted by a central gland, which extends from the nipple and extends inside, and from adipose tissue that wraps the gland and plays an important action on the breast volume.

The loss of adipose tissue leads to the emptying of the breast with ptosis. Increasing the amount of fat tissue allows to regain the volume of the breast by bringing it back to normal.

AdipoGen-C is defined as the Metabolic Increase of Adipocyte Number.

In 2008 Professor J.Victor Garcia and Professor Maurizio Ceccarelli from Barcelona University developed a simple technique of enrichment in stem cells in the Liposowing sampling area, using the physiology of fat. The technique was presented for the first time at the 2008 Biobridge Event in Geneva at the United Nations Palace in a Consensus Conference on Stem Cells. Read more...