Cellulite is one of the biggest concerns for our customers, especially after the birth of the child. We often hear how this causes them to feel uncomfortable and limited in what they can do and wear, especially during the summer months. If your skin has bumps and you want it to be smoother and tighter, talk to the experts at Derma Center about the industry’s most successful cellulite-fighting and FDA-approved device, VelaShape III.
Cellulite has been found to be resistant to diet. Even weak people struggle with this problem. When these fats are separated from connective tissue, a distinct indentation is created on the very surface of the skin.
The fat cells in the area with cellulite are divided into compartments by connective tissue. When the volume of fat cells increases, cellulite becomes more visible. The skin acquires a rough and uneven surface.
Problems with cellulite begin after puberty in about 80% of women. After pregnancy, this is exacerbated, especially if accompanied by weight gain. Sedentary lifestyle, stress and indigestion are other factors that aggravate the condition. Cellulite is unpleasant when it is small, and as the fat cells become more visible, it can be painful to treat with manual massage.
Five causes of cellulite
+ Causes of cellulite can include hormonal problems. Hormonal imbalance unfortunately has a big impact on the figure.
+ Heredity- genetically predisposed to its formation.
+ Lack of movement-if your daily life is spent standing or working on a computer. It’s certainly a good idea to include exercise to stimulate blood circulation.
+ Smoking is another factor that, albeit in small amounts, helps to increase cellulite. If you can’t, or don’t want to give up this habit, it’s a good idea to take supplements and vitamins to strengthen your body.
+ Poor eating habits and low water intake. It is imperative to adjust your diet and include more healthy foods in your menu.
The good news is that some of the causes of cellulite soil can be removed.
Types of cellulite
There are three types of cellulite, which are determined by the degree of skin involvement.
+ First degree cellulite is only visible when you squeeze the skin.
+ Second-degree cellulite is visible when you are straight, but disappears when you lie down.
+ Third-degree cellulite is visible when you are standing and lying down.
Most women have some form of cellulite. In men it also occurs, but much less frequently.
How to address the cellulite and with the help of what methods?
You can also help yourself by reducing excess body fat, improving your diet and adding cardio exercise. In some cases, the classic anti-cellulite massage also helps. Special treatment is required for second and third degree cellulitis.
Velashape III is an innovative device and a proven solution for dealing with cellulite, regardless of the degree. This FDA-approved device uses four types of technology to address the problem. The specialists of the Aesthetic and Laser Center Derma Burgas have achieved amazing results with the skin of their patients because the device has many advantages, such as:
+ Bi-polar radio frequency focused on the skin surface.
+ Vacuum technology that works only on the heated surface.
+ Rollers that make a deep mechanical massage.
+ Infrared technology that aids the effectiveness of bi-polar radio frequency.