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CELLULITE REMOVAL

Updated on February 1, 2021

Cellulite affects thousands of people, as changes to the appearance of body parts, and the alteration of the appearance all together often causes lots of embarrassment, making the person look and feel unattractive and fat. The pursuit for well-being and beauty has become so important to so many people. Both men and women are becoming conscious in regard to health issues and to conditions that can affect their health and equally the way it affects their outward appearances. Losing weight preoccupies many of us and is leading many people in finding ways to get rid of those excess fats to have a leaner appearance. In the battle to get rid of cellulite, many has been successful in trying to squeeze in some time to work-out during the day, while other tends to concentrate more on their diet part. If you want to follow any treatment to see some significant results in your fight against cellulite, you need to change any unhealthy habits and incorporate the two together i.e. exercising and maintaining a well balance diet

CELLULITE REMOVAL TREATMENT

There a different types of treatment, as stated above and each comes with its own risks. to find out which one is suitable for you please visit your doctor first and he will offer you some good advise.

  1. Cellulite ultrasound treatment

    Cellulite Ultrasound treatment is increasingly becoming more popular, ultrasound has been used in medicine for a long time now as a examination diagnosis tool but now it is being used to treat cellulite. What happen is that the specific radio frequency emitted by the ultrasound machine is used to melt the fat cells so that the body can dispose it. As you can see it is a safe procedure.

2. Cellulite laser treatment

Laser treatment is a great way for you to get rid of cellulite, and you can benefit from it. The laser technique focuses light energy against the fat deposits that has built up under the skin; mainly on the buttocks, belly, around the legs, behind the knees, and upper arm. It is those fibrous connective bands that surround these enlarged fat cells that causes the increase rise to that image-damaging "dimpling". The laser procedure is non invasive, painless with minimal risks, when compared to other surgical procedures. The recovery period is also very very short. The laser destroys the fat deposits and releasing it into the bloodstream. It is therefore required that you exercise too so that you can burn all these excess fat in order to see better results.Maintaining a health life style and exercising regularly will help preventing cellulite from showing up again.

Cellulite removal surgery

3. Cellulite removal surgery is also another way to get rid of cellulite. How it is done? They use an instrument called ‘DermaSecter’. The DermaSecter is inserted under the skin through small incisions once it is in place the dermasecter is used to break up the ‘fibrous septae’ which is the stringy tissue that pulls down on the skin, creating the dimples. Now the tissue that was previously grafted from the patient is then re-injected to fill in the patient’s dimples to smooth out the skin. This procedure can take up from 1hour to 1 ½ hour.

4.Cellulite laser Lipolysis

Lipolysis is another revolutionary technique that has been developed in order to eliminate unwanted fat in the body. This procedure has lower risk than the traditional liposuction. How this is done is that a fine fibre-optic probe is introduced under the skin and delivers low-level laser energy which breaks down fat cells. The laser melts down the fat into an oily liquid form of fat which is then quickly absorbed and eliminated by the body. lipolysis is a good option to remove fat and cellulite as it is less invasive than liposuction causing less damages. Recovery take a day only but you need to refrain from heavy physical activities for one or two weeks.

5. Cellulite removal cream

If you want to get rid of cellulite you can use Cellulite removal creams. Cellulite removal cream is one way to go if you want to get rid of those unwanted cellulite. There are many products on the market; treatments in the form of cream and lotion are becoming the popular form of treatment to fight cellulite. These creams contain ingredients that help to shrink fat cells beneath the skin, giving the skin a young and vibrant look. Do they work? Yes some of them do but watch out my friends, some are not as effective as they claim to be. I will advise you to go for the good brands when considering buying your products, There are a couple cellulite creams that researches has shown that they work. They are Cellulean Cellulite Cream, Dermology Cellulite Cream, Revitol Cellulite Cream, Avon cellulite cream, Dermology Cellulite Solution are some of the best products for best cellulite removal. look for the following ingredients in products before buying, such ingredients help in,

  • Improve the tone and firmness of the skin, restoring skin elasticity
  • Boost metabolism to dissolve fat cells
  • Flush out excess water
  • Drains excess fluids

Look for those ingredients in products

1. Retinyl Palmitate
2. Caffeine, a natural diuretic which flushes away excess water
3. l-Carnitine, an amino acid that metabolizes fat
4. Coenzyme-A, to release trapped fat cells
5. Bupleurum Falcatum Extract, which creates a natural lipolysis to eradicate fat.



Do these products work?

Thou the cream and lotion only works on the top layer of the skin, this makes it difficult to get to those fat. What the cream and lotion does it that they rejuvenate the skin layer and cell as well as the connective tissue, this helps to increase blood flow, and make the skin look healthy. If you continue using the cream and lotion 2-3 times a day over 3-4 weeks, you will see results.
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6. Natural cellulite removal

If you are determined to get rid of that cellulite but not keen on treating it using the available professional medical treatments, you will have to go through the natural methods.Adopting the natural method will require a lot of discipline on your part.

  • You will have to exercise more regularly.
  • Watch what you eat, switching to a more healthy diet, cutting down on sweets and fatty food.
  • It is also required that you drink more water every day.



Importance of water

Water helps repair connective tissues in the body, making it hard for those unwanted cellulite to accumulate. Cellulite massage also works but this can deliver better results if it is done by a pro. So you see, the natural treatment can work wonders too if you add a little bit of discipline.There are some herbal extracts that has proven to being able to effectively remove cellulite but you need to understand how they work so you can benefit from it.
Therefore if you have cellulite and wondering how to deal with them, choosing natural cellulite removal is the best place to start. In addition with the above mentioned options you can also use cellulite removal cream and lotion. Exercise alone is not always enough. But still a good place to start

Cellulite removal cost

To remove cellulite though medical intervention is now affordable. Endermologie right now is becoming more affordable. Liposuction for instant is performed only on the inner thighs and buttocks will vary in price from $3500 to $9500. Endermologie treatments on the other hand will cost about $50 to $75 Therefore for each one you can expect to need at least five to six treatment sessions before seeing some changes and improvements. Still, this is only between $300 and $450.

there are many factors that can influence the cost for treatment, such factors are geographical, the clinic individual prices, and the number of treatments you will need.

Before going for any treatment please seek your doctors advice and do some research and compare prices.

Good luck

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