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LIVE 24-SEVEN


THE EFFECTS OF CELLULITE ITS CAUSES AND TREATMENTS


Mention the word cellulite and there are very few men and women who will tell you they don’t have it somewhere on their body. In fact, more than 93% of the population experience this natural phenomenon, recognised by its tell-tale dimpled appearance, specifically on our thighs and buttock. Revolutionary breakthroughs in technology means we can now breakdown the final beauty bastion…. Cellulite


Because women tend to carry more fat, particularly around their hips and thighs, they are more like to suffer from cellulite than men. There’s a simple biological explanation for this: Men’s fat chambers are like scaffolding and are more supportive which leads to less sagging.


Cellulite is classified into three different types being mild, moderate and heavy and until recently Cellulite was difficult to treat successfully with a long lasting solution. However there are now a variety of treatments available including radio frequency which are showing interesting results.


In the case of mild cellulite there are many creams and over-the- counter products which claim to reduce the appearance and to dissolve fat cells, but there is little clinical data to prove this claim true, and they can often be ineffective in treating the concern as well as being expensive.


34 Dr Sarah Wright of Air Aesthetics Clinics


Introducing Dr Sarah Wright (GMC) to our expert’s team. Sarah recently joined the team at Air Aesthetic Clinics, having worked as a GP for over 18 years she brings great knowledge on both medical and Aesthetic issues. This month Sarah looks at the effects Cellulite can have on both women’s and men’s confidence and self-esteem, and shares her expert opinion on its causes and treatments.


Over 90% of women will experience Cellulite at some point in their lives, most notably on their thighs and buttocks and there have been, over the years, countless discussions as to the exact cause of Cellulite.


Unhealthy diet, weight gain, stress, lack of exercise, hormones and genetics have all been blamed and yes, these do influence the development of Cellulite. However, believe me, you can do everything right and still have Cellulite.


The Medical fraternity believe it to be a result of the interaction between the connective tissue in the dermatological layer below the surface of the skin and the layer of fat just below it, forcing fat deposits to push through the connective tissue creating a bumpy texture.


In moderate cases Endor CelltenseTM Care Serum can be used in tandem with aesthetic radio frequency treatments to improve skin firmness. This involves deep, controlled heating of the fatty layers under the skin to help increase blood circulation, tighten tissue and drain fatty deposits through the lymphatic system. Whilst this treatment will not permanently reduce your cellulite there is a marked improvement in the treated area which can be maintained with a at home, daily application of Celltense anti-cellulite Cream.


Mesotherapy is an amazingly versatile treatment that enables a specialised cellulite-busting blend of powerful vitamins, minerals or hyaluronic acid to be injected into the lower layers of the skin. The results are noticeable plumping, hydrating and smoothing of the skin, working wonders to reduce the appearance of the orange peel skin.


Of all these treatments Dr Sarah Wright recommends Cellfina® the only FDA-cleared, one-time treatment that combines a proven approach with proprietary technology to improve the appearance of Cellulite for at least three years. It works by treating the primary structural cause – the connective bands (fibrous septae) woven throughout fat that pull down the skin, creating the dimpling seen on the skin’s surface.


Cellfina® precisely targets these tethered bands causing them to fully release. Similar to a rubber band under tension, once released, the fibrous septae and the treated skin bounces back to become smoother.


In just one 45 – 60 minute treatment Cellfina® significantly LIVE24-SEVEN.COM


FASHION, HEALTH & BEAUT Y DR SARAH WRIGHT


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