Cellulite - the number one enemy of smooth skin! Explore proven ways to fight cellulite and professional treatments
Table of contents:
- Cellulite - how is this troublesome orange peel skin formed?
- Brush, cups and cream, or how to get rid of cellulite
- How to fight cellulite - learn about aesthetic medicine treatments
Cellulite - how is this troublesome orange peel skin formed?
Cellulite is a common problem in both men and women. However, the female patients pay particular attention to the appearance of orange peel skin on the thighs, buttocks and in other parts of the body. Cellulite is a form of uneven and dimpled skin. Contrary to what we might expect, its cause is not excess body fat, but abnormal distribution of fat cells. This is why cellulite also appears in young and thin people.
If you are wondering how to fight cellulite on your thighs and in other areas, learn about the mechanism of this abnormality.
The natural phenomenon is the accumulation of fat cells under the skin, which in turn contains collagen and elastin - substances that ensure adequate tension, firmness and elasticity of the skin. When fat cells are displaced, the skin supporting layer starts to be missing. As a result, collagen and elastin fibers subside, and visible depressions and unevenness appear on the skin surface.
The formation of cellulite on the abdomen, buttocks, thighs, etc. is facilitated by hormonal disorders, excessive body weight, circulatory disorders, sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy food and stimulants. The basic way to fight cellulite is to change your lifestyle to a healthier one. However, this usually does not eliminate the problem completely.
Brush, cups and cream, or how to get rid of cellulite
The appearance of the skin affected by cellulite may be improved to some extent. Accessories worth trying out include special cellulite massagers, sharp brushes, exfoliative gloves or Chinese cups for cellulite. It is also worth to buy creams for cellulite - they not only moisturize the skin, but also nourish the tissues and smooth the orange peel skin.
How to fight cellulite - learn about aesthetic medicine treatments
A much faster effect will be achieved through cellulite treatments. The benefits of aesthetic medicine have a significant advantage over home methods - because they use modern technologies, and at the same time they are performed under the supervision of a doctor. Below we describe several of those treatments offered at Sense Med Concept.
The reduction of body fat with microwavesas a cellulite treatment utilizes innovative microwave technology. The microwaves selectively reach the fat tissue by breaking down cellulite at various stages of its development. One of the two heads is used for this purpose - it works on the tissues at a more superficial level. This modern way of fighting cellulite deals even with persistent lesions at an advanced stage. In addition, it brings the skin firming effect.
A cellulite treatment using shockwave technology results in relaxation of the connective tissue and firming of the epidermis. This not only improves blood pressure in the tissues, but also decreases the volume of fat cells. This is a great way to get rid of cellulite - even the fibrotic type, in an advanced stage. This is an intensive, natural therapy with high efficiency.
A cellulite treatment utilising a tripollar radio wave technology involves heating up the dermis and subcutaneous tissue evenly. As a result, collagen fibers shrink and skin tension is increased, as well as the new fibroblasts are synthesised. Thermal action also gives the effect of breaking down body fat and visible smoothing of the skin.
A treatment reducing cellulite on the buttocks, thighs and in other parts of the body utilizes endermology technology for intensive and rapid tissue stimulation. This is a type of vacuum massage - introducing a skin fold into a device equipped with a roll and flap, which, while performing a massage, contributes not only to visible smoothing of cellulite, but also to firmness and increase of skin elasticity.
Vegheggi Sincell anti-cellulite treatments
The range of Sincell products is based on two components: Polysiphonia red algae extract and Jania rubens algae extract from the Coralline family. Such a combination restores the balance to the tissues affected by cellulite. The treatment nourishes the skin, activates the processes of cell exchange and removal of waste products. As a result, it becomes a true remedy for persistent cellulite.
If you are wondering how to get rid of cellulite in a completely natural way, put try a water-jet massage. This is a hydrotherapy treatment, which involves the action of a water stream, alternatingly cold and warm. This form of water massage significantly contributes to the smoothing of cellulite - it works both thermally and mechanically, stimulating circulation and metabolism.
Fangotherapy treatments are based on the use of mud - a special type of peloid, underwater sediment, which has astringent, bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effect. At Sense Med Concept, cellulite treatment is performed on a Thermo-Spa bed, which also allows the patient to relax. The effect is smooth and purified skin, and cellulite - visibly reduced.
Massages are a relatively pleasant way to get rid of cellulite. Dedicated reduction of orange peel skin is based on compression, which supports the proper functioning of the skin, its detoxification and firming. In the case of cellulite, lymph massage is particularly recommended - it uses gentle, circular movements of the hand in the direction of lymph flow.
These treatments give different cellulite smoothing effects. Sense Med Concept specialists adjust the proposed therapy to the skin of each patient, but also to their needs and preferences. Thanks to such comprehensive support, the effect is always optimum and satisfactory for the patient.
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medical revision: Beata Jasica
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