Women who want to get rid of the common condition known as cellulite can do so with cosmetic procedures.
Life isn’t fair, especially when it comes to the condition known as cellulite. Although it is rare to find cellulite on men, up to 90 percent of women suffer from cellulite.
Cellulite, which resembles the unevenness of cottage cheese, are ripples in the skin found mainly on the thighs and the buttocks. The condition is due to a variety of causes including hormones, genetics, aging and more. Cellulite forms when collagen and elastin break down and fat becomes trapped in the lower dermis area of the skin.
Women who have always been thin may be surprised that they now have cellulite. It is a myth that only overweight women suffer from cellulite. You don’t have to be overweight to have the condition. Many females, who did not have cellulite before, are seeing it now, especially as they enter middle age.
Many people consider cellulite unsightly. Indeed, celebrity women never want to be shown exhibiting cellulite. In fact, it is common for celebrity photos to be retouched in order to hide cellulite. Clothing that is revealing such as bathing suits, short skirts and short dresses are a problem for those women who do not want to reveal their cellulite to the world.
In addition to a good diet and plenty of exercise, which are always recommended to reduce cellulite, today the embarrassment of cellulite can be reduced with the help of advanced cosmetic procedures.
What procedure will be best for you? You should consult with a doctor to determine the best cosmetic procedure to remove your cellulite. A top, qualified facility led by an experienced doctor will offer you a private consultation to review your condition and come up with the best therapy, without a cookie cutter approach. For example, Trans Dermal Acoustic Therapy, offered at Epione Beverly Hills, may provide results after three weeks without downtime. Patients may see a significant reduction in the appearance of cellulite will occur, ending the embarrassment of a “cottage cheese” appearance.