Some quotes from "Demi Moore's Secret Plastic Surgery"
DEMI MOORE is getting rid of her cellulite with a new cosmetic surgery procedure, The ENQUIRER has learned exclusively. The 45-year-old Hollywood beauty is undergoing weekly at-home sessions of VelaSmooth, a non-invasive procedure that's touted as an alternative to liposuction.
"It's like a plastic surgery house call," an insider told The Enquirer. "Demi is ecstatic with her VelaSmooth results so far - and she loves being able to have the procedure done at her home out of the public eye."
THE VELASMOOTH DEVICE - which resembles a giant vacuum cleaner - supposedly breaks up cellulite deposits and flushes them back off the hips, thighs, stomach and buttocks. It also erases wrinkles, said the source.
Demi uses VelaSmooth to firm up saggy skin on her thighs, arms, legs and knees, the source revealed.
"Demi's never been happy with her knees. That's her problem area," the source revealed.
The mother of three reportedly spent $380,000 on a full-body makeover for her movie comeback on "Charlie's Angels 2" - downsizing her breast implants and getting liposuction on her stomach, butt and thighs, plus collagen lip injections and porcelain caps on her teeth. Using VelaSmooth keeps her much-younger husband - 29-year-old hunk Ashton Kutcher - happy, added the source.
"Demi knows she's a role model for older women married to younger men, and she's incredibly sensitive about her public image," the source divulged. "She's always looked much younger than her age. Even when she was pregnant, she looked incredible. And she's the picture of health, thanks to following a strict diet and exercise regimen.
"AS TIME HAS GONE ON, DEMI'S NEEDED a little refreshing. That's why she turned to VelaSmooth.
While Demi's publicist denies she's being treated with the VelaSmooth device, the source maintains: "Demi is going to continue her VelaSmooth treatments - and you can bet she'll still look youthful in another 10 years!"
VELASMOOTH is the first FDA-approved non-surgical, non-invasive system to reduce cellulite safely without drugs. The procedure requires a special device that emits a combination of Bi-Polar Radio Frequency and infrared light energies, plus negative pressure and tissue manipulation.
Its supporters say it melts the unwanted fat that gives cellulite its "cottage cheese" appearance.
"This is an exciting breakthrough in the treatment of cellulite - the most successful treatment we have found so far," said Dr. Patrick Bitter Jr., a dermatologist who worked on the series "Extreme Makeover." "It only takes about 40 minutes and can be done in a doctor's office. It's remarkably effective."