Are You Searching for Cellulite Reduction Treatments?
Cellulite: 98% of women have it, and none of them want it. Cellulite is the dimpled flesh that women get, usually on their thighs and buttocks. While there’s nothing wrong with cellulite medically, it can be unsightly and embarrassing, and unlike most body fat, it’s incredibly stubborn and hard to remove.
More than two-thirds (69%) of adults age 20 or older in the United States are overweight or obese, and more than a third (35.1%) are obese. For those who want to get rid of cellulite and body fat, a weight loss program is usually necessary. Yet for some women, especially those who are a healthy weight, the appearance of cellulite can be baffling.
If you have been looking for a cellulite reduction method beyond your weight maintenance program, it may be time to explore other options. So how do you treat and reduce cellulite?
Store-Bought Cellulite Reduction Treatments: Do They Work?
These days there are all sorts of treatments you can buy in stores that promise to reduce cellulite. While some natural methods, such as healthy eating and exercise can reduce cellulite on their own, there are also other alternative methods sold in stores. Creams with vitamins and minerals are especially popular, but according to the Mayo Clinic, there is little to no evidence that these substances actually work for cellulite reduction.
Laser Liposuction and Laser Cellulite Removal
While many people think of liposuction as an invasive surgery, there are other ways to reduce body fat and cellulite at the same time. Laser liposuction is a less invasive treatment that kills fat cells and tightens skin at the same time, making it an effective treatment in battling cellulite. During this procedure, the laser absorbs about 90% water, so patients will lose excess water weight as well as decrease those uneven areas of flesh. Additionally, there are also laser treatments that go after cellulite only and can firm up skin. In most cases, these treatments are non-invasive and they don’t require any surgery.
Which treatment is right for you? Only you can decide. If you’d like more information, make sure to get in touch with us, so we can answer your questions and help you make the best decision on reshaping your body.