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What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is a structure resulting from impaired blood, and lymphatic circulation of subcutaneous fat cell groups called adipocytes, and it mainly occurs in women. The fibrotic bands develop over time among the fat cell groups in the region with involved blood and lymphatic circulation, causing pitting and an orange peel appearance on the skin.

What Are The Causes Of Cellulite?

The inherent structure of women’s skin: Nine out of ten women have this problem. Hormonal causes: Excessive increase in folliculin (FSH) hormone, which is secreted from the ovaries in women and which forms a basis for cellulitis production with its water retention characteristic. Genetic factors can be linked to cellulite, such as a person’s metabolism, fat distribution under the skin, ethnicity, and circulatory levels.

Cellulite Occurs In Which Areas?

  • The upper part of the thigh
  • Inner parts of the knee and ankle
  • Posterior part of the buttock and calves

How To Avoid Cellulite?

By consuming low-calorie foods and exercising regularly. Excessive weight forms a more suitable basis for cellulite. Taking the right amount of vitamins and minerals can help. Vitamin A and E smooth the skin, magnesium activates the metabolism, and phosphorus and calcium strengthen the tissues. Eat white and red radishes, parsley, celery, strawberries, and rice, for the body to expel excess water.

Do Weight Loss Diets Resolve Cellulite?

No, cellulite requires special treatment.

Our Solutions;

  • Accent Prime Pixel RF™

Our goal here at Bader Medical Institute of London is protect the health of our patients and staff. We will continue to care for patients by taking all necessary precautions and strictly adhering to the guidelines set by the CDC. COVID-19 is dynamic situation so we will closely monitoring the situation on a daily basis as new findings emerge. To schedule a virtual consultation, please email us at: [email protected]

Together we will focus on remaining healthy!

Bader Medical Institute of London Management