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What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is characterised by the appearance of dimpled, lumpy skin, It typically occurs in areas with subcutaneous fat deposits, such as the thighs, hips, buttocks, and sometimes the abdomen and upper arms.
While cellulite can affect both men and women, it is more commonly seen in women due to differences in fat distribution, connective tissue structure, and hormonal factors. Factors such as genetics, hormonal changes, diet, lifestyle, and lack of physical activity can all contribute to the development and severity of cellulite.


How to Prevent Cellulite?

Maintaining good circulation - This is crucial for overall health and can indeed help reduce the appearance of cellulite. Regular exercise, simple activities like walking or stretching, can improve blood flow to these areas.

For those with sedentary jobs or lifestyles, finding opportunities to move throughout the day is important. This could involve taking short breaks to stretch or walk around, using a standing desk, or incorporating small exercises like squats or leg lifts into your routine.

Additionally, massage can be beneficial for stimulating blood flow and lymphatic drainage in cellulite-prone areas. Massaging the skin and underlying tissues helps to break up fatty deposits and improve the appearance of cellulite over time. Techniques such as dry brushing or using massage tools like foam rollers or handheld massagers can be effective in enhancing circulation and reducing cellulite.

Combining regular physical activity with massage and other lifestyle changes, such as maintaining a balanced diet and staying hydrated, can contribute to overall skin health and may help minimize the appearance of cellulite. However, it's important to remember that results may vary for each individual, and consistency is key when adopting these practices.

Treatments we offer for Cellulite

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