How Does One Get Cellulite?

Did you know that around 90% of all women will have cellulite at one point or another in their lives? This statistic means means that it’s practically unavoidable – although it’s completely treatable. In order to understand just how pervasive cellulite is in our lives, you need to first need to realize how many different factors are involved in its formation, as well as what cellulite is in general. Here’s a simple definition of cellulite, followed by the answer to the question that everyone wants to know the answer to – how does one get cellulite?

What Exactly is Cellulite?

To put it simply, cellulite is dimpled skin that has the texture of the exterior of an orange peel. The skin has a lumpy and dimpled appearance, rather than the perfectly smooth one that you’d expect. It usually appears on the butt, the backs of the thighs, and in some cases, o the abdomen. While you mainly see cellulite on women who are middle-aged or older, it can certainly appear on younger women as well. It all depends on the factors that cause it.

Cellulite Treatment

We offer Carboxy Therapy: During this procedure carbon dioxide gas is injected directly into the cellulite pockets. The carbon dioxide in turn causes the blood vessels to dilate, which increases blood flow and oxygen to the area. Overtime, the cellulite pockets begin to smooth out, and disappear. The amount of sessions needed varies on the patients cellulite or stretch mark severity.

Carboxy Therapy Can Also be Used To Get Rid Of Stretch Marks!