Many women are concerned about their cellulite condition and they are looking for the miracle cure. They often use un-dimpling, firming and various anti-cellulite products that are applied on the skin. Unfortunately, they don’t always properly. Laser cellulite removal is a direct way of addressing the problem. Keeping our skin moist, having a good diet, avoiding too much sunlight exposure and getting enough exercise will help to prevent the development of cellulite, but when you already have plenty of cellulite, a healthy lifestyle won’t reverse the situation. You need a real treatment that can make physical alterations. It is important to know that there are different causes of cellulite. As an example, genetics can play a major factor in determining whether it is easy for you to develop cellulite or not. If your mother and grandmother had cellulite, then there’s a good chance that you’ll have it as well. Age also plays a significant factor whether cellulite will develop and it’s something that’s beyond our control. No matter what you do to your skin, cellulite will emerge out of nowhere.
Dermis is one of the skin layers and it’s the thickest among others. When we hit the age of 30, the connective structural tissues that hold the dermis will start to lose their strength due to the natural losses of elastic fibres and collagen. Cellulite happens when others cells occupy the vacated spaces made by the structural weakening. It’s a natural aging process and there’s nothing that we can do about it. Hormones affect cellulite development and people will raging hormone will likely have skin problems. As an example, the development of cellulite tends to accelerate as we reach the menopausal period. If this happens, then we can just blame it on the hormones. For both situations, the development of cellulite can be very difficult to prevent and there’s no amount of anti-cellulite lotion that can reverse the problem. The next thing to do is to find a FDA-approved laser cellulite treatment in our area. The treatment can be effective enough that our problem can be solved with a one-off treatment. As a positive side effect of the treatment, the collage production in the affected area can increase. It means that our skin will regain its youthful look, before that nasty cellulite started to ruin our appearance.
Unfortunately, laser treatment can be somewhat expensive and it may cost upwards of a few thousand dollars. Even so, we can be sure that there will be improved treatment in the future that can bring better results and at much lower costs. Laser treatment is relatively non-invasive and we only need local anaesthetics to deal with the mild pain and discomfort during and after the treatment. It means that we are awake during the duration of the treatment. Small incisions will be made in our skin and the affected area will be exposed to direct laser beam. Laser heats up and melt the unwanted fat layer that forms the bands of cellulite. A full procedure may take about an hour of treatment.