Atlanta, GA (CNN) -- The FDA recently approved a new treatment to combat cellulite.
It's called "cellulaze" and has been getting a lot of buzz with some very hopeful women.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a look under the microscope, to see how it's suppose to work.
More than 80% of women develop cellulite, and spend millions of dollars on over-the-counter creams as a temporary fix.
"I've been working out my entire life. But I still have issues," says Shekia Richard, who chose to get "Cellulaze." It's a new FDA approved procedure that targets cellulite from under the skin.
"These areas are depressions. they're fibers in the fat that are actually pulling the skin down. And what we're going to do is we're going to release those fibers."
According to a peer-reviewed study of 10 women, with just one treatment, cellulite is gone. And the results last a year or longer.
View the video in the player above to see how Cellulaze works, and watch a patient go through the procedure.
Cellulaze is a cosmetic procedure so not covered by health insurance, and it can be quite expensive -- it starts about $2,500 for a single area on both legs.