Cellulite is the uneven or bumpy skin on thighs, buttocks and upper-arms. It is often referred to as “the orange peel effect”. Medically, these are fat pockets protruding between layers of connective tissue beneath the skin. Genetics, hormones, excessive stimulant and medication intake are among the largest contributing factors.
Research has found that there are tiny fibers, called septa (pl. septae), that connect the dermis (superficial skin) to the deeper connective tissue. Skin fat cells are located in compartments between these septae (think rows of storage units).
Septae are made out of collagen and, over time, can become hardened and contract. When that happens it pulls down the superficial skin layer, causing a dip that gives the dimpled look we call cellulite.
Additionally, due to genetcs, sun damage and aging, the outer layers of our skin begin to thin. This thinning of the skin makes it less elastic and less resistant to the pull of these hardening septae.
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ONE technology or product will never be successful in getting rid of cellulite. Our European Trio of Cellulite Treatments tackles all known aspects of Cellulite: Abnormal Fat Deposits, Compromised Collagen & Impaired Lymphatic Flow. This 2-hour treatment session incorporates 3 therapies, all designed to reduce cellulite and help you regain smooth skin. Many patients see results after just ONE treatment.
3 Steps To Smoother Skin
Ultrasound Cavitation – also called liposuction without surgery – converts fat cells into liquid which can then be naturally cleared by the body’s own natural filtration system. The result is instant loss of fat cells without heat, pain or downtime. This treatment shrinks the size of the pocket between septae,
Radiofrequency Therapy uses heat to break down additional fatty cells, to soften hardened septae & to stimulate new collagen production, which improves skin tone & elasticity.
Pressotherapy is a gentle, deeply relaxing massage that helps the body clear the fat and toxins released (remember, the body stores toxins in the fat). It is also recommended following a surgical procedure or any procedure that causes swelling in order to speed up the healing process.
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Tell Me More About Cellulite
The term cellulite is actually used to describe the dimpled or nodular appearance of skin. It most often appears on the buttocks and thighs. The most commonly accepted causes for cellulite are:
- Compromised Collagen – extensive sun exposure, certain foods (e.g. High Fructose Corn Syrup) and the natural aging process either denature existing collagen or slow down its regeneration process. Less collagen means thinner skin. Now flaws suformingcellulitech as accumulation of fluids or increased fat deposits become more apparent.
- Inflammation – the most common causes for inflammation are accumulation of toxins (heavy metals or chemicals), poor metabolism, food sensitivities (soy, gluten, dairy, etc) or excess fat. The latter, in particular, is very inflammatory. Chronic inflammation leads to skin adhesions and scarring of skin tissue, which is then classified as Cellulite Levels 3 & 4.
- Fluid Retention – inflammation and its causes lead to fluid retention. The accumulation of fluid and excess fat shows on the surface of the skin as uneven dimples.
- Abnormal Fat Deposits – these are areas of enlarged fat cells that are often caused by poor diet, lack of exercise (we have become a rather sedentary society) or poor metabolism (thyroid dysfunction).