What is Cellulite?
It is estimated that between 85% – 95% of women will have some form of cellulite on some part of their body. It is almost taken for granted that many, if not all women, would like to permanently remove its existence. The trouble is that not many treatment protocols have proven successful. That is until Ultrasound Cavitation was introduced.
Many women believe that cellulite can be avoided. This in some instances does hold true, but more so that if you follow the correct diet and make smart lifestyle choices to minimize the scope of visible cellulite. The fact of the matter is that cellulite is a genetic problem, hence the high percentage of women with cellulite. If you follow Ultrasound Cavitation Treatments you can reduce cellulite and the visibility thereof or decrease the likelihood of developing grade 3 & 4 cellulite.
Other tips while and after the Ultrasound Cavitation Treatments you can do to minimize your cellulite:
- Get active: by increasing your blood flow & circulation on a regular basis you will decrease the chances of your cellulite developing further. If you work at a desk, get up and take a stroll around or ensure that you stimulate your circulation daily. This is an absolute minimum.
- Choose a healthy lifestyle: This means diet & nutrition but it also means controlling your alcohol intake and making positive life choices like not smoking. These choices will not only minimize cellulite development but also improve your skin too.