No. No. Cellulite overlays areas of structural damage to subcutaneous fibrous tissue. Cellulite is an acquired microscopic anatomical problem, that usually comes from childbearing or major weight gain/loss. I’m currently treating a patient who went for some kind of laser treatment of cellulitis. She has horrific burns all over her legs. The best these treatments can do is swell the skin, which makes the cellulite temporarily better. After the swelling goes down, your cellulite is back and your wallet lighter. The same goes for stretch mark treatment. If it sounds to good to be true, it is. The only honest way to deal with cellulite and stretchmarks is to excise them in the context of a body shaping operation, as in a tummy tuck.