Excess Fat and Cellulite
Excess fat and cellulite can cause a variety of cosmetic issues, including unattractive contouring and a dimpled "cottage cheese" appearance.
It's a condition that affects 90 percent of women.
From 25 to 35 is when you start seeing the appearance of cellulite. Estrogen has an impact on the blood vessels. When estrogen starts to decrease, you lose receptors in blood vessels and thighs, so you have decreased circulation. With decreased circulation, you get less oxygen and nutrition to that area, and with that we see a decrease in collagen production. Fat cells also start becoming larger and begin protruding through the collagen which then causes the bumpy fat known as cellulite.
Why do women get cellulite more than men?
Collagen, the main protein of connective tissue, in women has the appearance of a picket fence, whereas in men it looks more linked a cross-linked fence. The cross-linked fence is a lot stronger which will then hold the fat in better!
How can I treat Excess Fat and Cellulite?
There are three treatable components of cellulite: You need to address the collagen. You need to reduce the fat, and you must increase the circulation in the body.
The best strategy to remove excess fat is through proper diet and exercise. Some stubborn areas, however, don't respond well to either diet or exercise. For these circumstances, several options are available.
Machines to treat cellulite include vacuum rolling and radio and ultra sound waves to break up the fat. When you're rolling and vaccuming the area, you're increasing circulation, and the heat helps to break down the fat, which smoothes out the skin.
Treatments available for Excess Fat and Cellulite
- 3D Lipo Cryolipolysis
- 3D Lipo Ultra Sound Cavitation
- 3D Lipo Radio Frequency Skin Tightening
- 3D Dermology
- Aqualux Injections
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