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E! News recently featured Viora’s Reaction™ technology as an amazing treatment to enhance your booty just in time for summer. Here’s the full press release:
Viora’s Reaction™ Featured on E! News as a Great Beauty Treatment for Your Booty
E! News Reports on Leading Non-Invasive Aesthetic Device for Treating Cellulite
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) June 09, 2015 – E! News has featured the Viora Reaction as a perfect way to reduce the visibility of cellulite and enhance your booty for the summer months. The segment features Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, Dr. Matthew Schulman from New York City and his licensed medical aesthetician, Amanda Sanzone.
In this segment, E! News reports on how enhancing your backside is a trend that is here to stay. With famous celebrities making it a point to flaunt their perky and toned backsides, patients have been heading to their cosmetic doctors to perfect theirs. Dr. Schulman’s boutique office gives their patients individualized care to meet their cosmetic goals.
“There is a new way for ladies and men, to enhance their backside without ever going under the knife” E! host, Giuliana Rancic says of the Viora Reaction.
Dr. Schulman explains that Viora Reaction is a non-surgical, non-invasive way of beautifying a usually underrepresented part of the body, the buttocks, despite its growing popularity in media, culture and fashion today.
“This machine, the Viora Reaction, does cellulite reduction on the butt. We can work on deep layers all the way up to superficial layers,” explains Amanda Sanzone, as she preps the machine to perform on a volunteer patient. Watch the video on Viora’s YouTube page.
Photo via the press release.