Fight Cellulite. Win Self-Confidence.
More than 90 percent of women suffer from cellulite, the dimpling effect that occurs most commonly on the legs, hips and buttocks. Often misunderstood, cellulite is not always associated with overweight people. Even fit women show signs of cellulite. Whether you're overweight or fit, mesotherapy may be the cellulite cure you've been looking for. The proven therapy, which applies combinations of homeopathic and traditional medications and vitamins directly under the skin, is one of the most direct and non-invasive ways to reduce cellulite and other wrinkled and age-specific skin conditions.
What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy is an historic French-designed therapy that was first used in the 1950s to treat a variety of conditions, including osteoarthritis, chronic pain and migraines-even depression and anxiety. Today, mesotherapy has been applied to the cosmetic enhancement industry, most notably as a cellulite reducer. The simple, non-invasive treatment applies microinjections of conventional or homeopathic medication and/or vitamins to the mesoderm, or middle layer of skin, to heal or correct a specific area of the body. It works to spot-treat fat deposits, reduce cellulite and rejuvenate the skin.
The Cellulite Connection:
Mesotherapy breaks down fat and cellulite in a very particular way. First it's important to understand what constitutes cellulite. Cellulite results from a combination of fatty tissue and fluid retention in the subcutaneous level of skin tissue. Fat cells are arranged in chambers surrounded by connective tissue, and as water is retained, fat cells held expand and stretch the connective tissue. As the connective tissue contracts and hardens, becoming inflexible, the surrounding tissue continues to expand with weight, or water gain. This discrepancy causes a lumpy appearance. Mesotherapy is designed to remove the fat from the fat cell without destroying it, resulting in a smoother, more natural appearance.
Mesotherapy is often considered a viable alternative to liposuction, because it is non-invasive, predictable and requires limited recovery. It's also a more direct and responsive treatment than taking oral medication, because it's not diluted as it passes through the body. Your doctor will use a fine needle to inject a customized combination of plant extracts, vitamins and medications at the designated treatment area, which will stimulate fat cells to shed fat.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does the procedure take?
On average, about 30 minutes.
How many treatments do I need?
It depends on the patient and treatment, but most people require up to 10 treatments.
What are the side effects?
Typically the only side effect to Mesotherapy is bruising. These usually subside within one week.
•Dissolve excess fat deposits
•Improve blood flow
•Remove hardened connective tissue
•Improve lymphatic drainage
Ever wonder why it's so hard to lose weight from your thighs? Fat cells on the lower part of the body store fat more readily and release it less readily than those on the upper body.
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