Cellulite happens when deposits of fat force their way through the connective tissue under your skin to cause the dimpled, lumpy appearance we see so often on people’s buttocks and thighs, breasts and upper arms.
Cellulite is a problem that affects 95% of British women of all ages, shapes and sizes. A number of factors contribute to its development including loss of skin tone, lack of exercise, weight gain, stress, and poor nutrition. It can make many women feel self-conscious, particularly in the summer months, and it’s also an issue that doesn’t always go away with a strict diet and exercise.
We recommend mechanical stimulation to improve the unsightly appearance of cellulite, namely treatments like Mesotherapy, Cavitation, SlimFit Laser Med and Radio-frequency.
Cellulite mostly affects women of any weight, even those at their ideal weight, and it’s caused by female hormones. Men are less likely to develop cellulite simply because they don’t have the same hormones as women, although in some cases men can exhibit the signs of cellulite thanks to their own unique hormone balance.
Mesotherapy involves tiny injections of a vitamin solution, which effectively reduces the appearance of cellulite.
You can tackle the effects of cellulite in several ways. Increasing exercise, reducing your intake of sugar, fat and processed foods, and lymphatic massage can all help.
Cellulite can be a very stubborn condition to treat and almost always involves dedicated lifestyle changes and maintenance treatments to manage the condition.