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How Cellulite Treatment Can Tone and Firm Your Body

Women of all ages, from 20 to 80, have occasionally experienced cellulite on their upper thighs, abdomen, back, arms, buttocks or other parts of the body. You can't eliminate cellulite by dieting or exercising. Living a healthy, active lifestyle may help prevent cellulite in some cases, but there's no guarantee you won't get it, even if you're athletic. Once you've got it, you'll need professional cellulite treatment to reduce these unsightly dimples.

What is Cellulite and What Causes It?

Cellulite is fat under the skin surface. It pushes on connective tissue, which causes bumps or dimples on the epidermis, or top skin layer. More women have cellulite than men, and it runs in families. It affects both skinny and overweight individuals. Losing weight won't make cellulite disappear completely.

As women age, they develop more cellulite because their bodies produce less estrogen. This causes reduced collagen production and leads to more breakdown of connective tissue. Leading a sedentary lifestyle may increase your chances of developing more cellulite. Eating processed foods, chips and sugary food aggravates cellulite. A balanced diet of fruits, vegetables and fish helps keep cellulite in check.

Other factors increasing the amount and severity of cellulite are dehydration, skin thickness, a slow metabolism, and fad dieting.

Signs You Need Cellulite Treatment

  • You have fat deposits on your back, upper thighs, buttocks, hips or other areas that bother you, consider cellulite treatment. This unsightly puckering on the skin surface interferes with your appearance.
  • You are skinny or slightly overweight, but have moderate cellulite on your hips, abdomen, upper thighs or two or more of these areas, you can benefit from treatment.
  • You have light skin. When people with light or fair-colored skin have moderate or even mild areas of puckered surface skin or cellulite, it's much more noticeable than it is on medium or darker-colored skin.
  • Dimpling is apparent when pressure is applied to the skin, or when you are standing with no applied pressure.

What Can I Expect After Non-Invasive Cellulite Treatment?

Once you've received the proper course of non-invasive cellulite treatment for your needs, you should see a marked improvement in skin texture. Skin thickness, elasticity and collagen production may increase in the treated area. Results vary according to the severity of original cellulite and the treatment type used.

Beware of "Over-the-Counter" Treatment Options

Some people with mild to moderate cellulite seek do-it-yourself treatments to reduce puckering and the "cottage-cheese" appearance of surface skin. There are several "over-the-counter" options to treat cellulite. They include creams and lotions, massage, and dietary supplements. There aren't any clinical studies proving these methods reduce cellulite, and some dietary supplements may interfere with prescription medications. Body wraps, used in some salons, may make clients feel better, but do nothing to reduce or eliminate cellulite.

Talk to a Trained Medical Practitioner about Treatment

Once you've made the decision to seek professional treatment, make sure your practitioner is trained and experienced in cellulite reduction. Schedule a consultation to discuss your needs and expectations. The practitioner will ask you a few simple questions about any medical conditions or allergies you have. It's also important to let your practitioner know what medications you take, as some medications may cause side effects when combined with treatment.

If you have lumpy surface skin or that "orange peel" look anywhere on your body, there are safe, non-invasive ways to tone and smooth the affected areas. Set up a consultation with a trained cellulite reduction specialist today to learn more about your treatment options.


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FDA Cleared, Non-Invasive Cellulite Reduction Methods

Unlike over-the-counter options, FDA-approved, non-invasive methods have been shown to reduce the appearance of cellulite, according to clinical studies and/or doctor and patient testimonials.

Patients receive these treatments from a trained, licensed physician, physician assistant or other qualified medical practitioner. Available treatments use radio-frequency (RF) heat, vacuum therapy, laser therapy or ultra-sound therapy. These treatments are conducted in a doctor's office, medical aesthetic office or medi-spa, and require little, if any, downtime. Talk to a medical practitioner about the best cellulite treatment for your skin. If you have cellulite in several locations on your body, you may need to come back for multiple treatments. Even if you have a moderate amount of dimples or puckering on one part of your body, you'll need to visit your practitioner up to 8 times for best results. Regardless of the treatment type, each non-surgical cellulite reduction session takes an average of 30 minutes, though some may take longer. Follow-up visits are required to maintain cellulite-free skin for these non-invasive methods. They don't eliminate cellulite for good.

Your practitioner customizes the setting on any appliance used to apply more intense treatment on larger or more severe cellulite bumps or dimples. A lighter setting is used on smaller areas or thinner skin, like underarms or parts of the body with mild cellulite.

Cellulite: It’s Not Fun.

If you have the unsightly lumps, bumps and dimples of cellulite, it can’t help but affect how feel about yourself. You may avoid pool and beach events or wearing revealing clothing. If you have tried various creams and seen no improvement, you are not alone. In fact, it requires more than a cream to create a smoother look to your thighs, tummy, or buttocks. We know how distressing cellulite can be, and we can help you achieve visible improvements with our non-surgical cellulite treatments.

We Know What to Do: Non-Surgical Cellulite Treatments That Work

At MyBotoxLA, we have assembled the most effective anti-cellulite treatments. These treatments are truly effective in reducing the appearance of unsightly cellulite and are customized to address all the body areas that you feel you need to hide with clothing. We go above and beyond in our services, and take all the time needed to determine how to best assist you to rejuvenate and restore your body appearance. We focus on smoothing and tightening skin, improving texture, and non-surgical treatments to trigger natural collagen growth – the perfect way to keep your skin supple, smooth, and youthful. We use various advanced systems and treatments to treat unsightly cellulite – a visible improvement in skin texture.

Reveal Your Body with Confidence

It is incredible how different our clients feel after a cellulite treatment. After years of hiding the upper thighs or other area, they can now confidently wear more revealing clothing without embarrassment or concern. Ready to do something effective about cellulite? We can help – with real results.

Is Cellulite a Result of Toxins?

While the fat can store toxins, these toxins are not the underlying cause of the condition. It is an unfortunate fact that cellulite is nothing more than the fatty layer of your skin which is being pulled into dimples by connective tissue – made up of collagen fibers. Women do not naturally have as much supporting structure under the skin as men, and tend to develop cellulite, as the fat pushes through the natural scaffolding of fibers. As women age, the body produces less estrogen, a hormone that assist in blood flow. With circulation to the skin becoming less and less, the body does not continue to produce the same quantity of collagen, and the existing structure of connective tissue begins to break down.

Genetics and Cellulite

Even women who are fit and trim can struggle with unsightly cellulite – it comes about due to genetics: the skin quality you inherited. Regular exercise does not solve the problem. If you want to restore smoother skin on thighs and buttocks, we have state-of-the-art treatments that address the underlying cause of the condition.

Tightening Collagen Fibers with Advanced Technology

To treat cellulite correctly involves tightening and strengthening the underlying structure of your skin, and stimulating your body to produce more natural collagen to further improve texture. How this is achieved varies from client to client, based upon the degree of the condition. You may require several treatments to achieve smoother skin on thighs, buttocks, or tummy. Let us evaluate your condition and tell you exactly what we can do to help you regain your self-confidence in body image.

What You Can Do About Cellulite

The first step is to realize that there is no topical treatment that really works. You may have tried many of them, and been disappointed in the lack of results – we understand. It is true that watching your diet is always important, as when you gain weight, the bumps and dimples will become more prominent. When you are ready to get a treatment that is truly effective, schedule a free consultation with us. We will evaluate the degree of the cellulite problem and advise you about the treatments you will need to improve it. We have several treatments, which can be used singly or in a customized combination treatment to create smoother, more supple skin. Ready to show off your legs? We are here to help.