There are three different types of cellulite: Adipose, Retention and Fibrotic. Adipose cellulite is the firm cellulite gives orange peel while Retention cellulite is fluid soft cellulite. Fibrotic cellulite is hard, compact cellulite with cottage cheese effect.
90% of women have a type of cellulite on their body. Even skinny people get cellulite which is often hereditary, so it’s likely a family members will be showing one from or the other.
Cellulite forms in areas with poor circulation with low level of activity, it’s becomes hard to shift. Everyday energising movements and skin warming exercises will have you saying goodbye to dimpled skin if you are consistent with it. At Castleknock Cosmetic Clinic Dublin, we recommend running, swimming and a brisk walking.
With exercise, metabolism and blood circulation are stimulated. By applying cellulite products after exercise they will absorbed better. Similarly, after a hot bath, your skin is ready to receive the medicated ingredients more readily.
When buying cellulite products, look for something called centella asiatica which restores the cells that give the skin its elasticity. Ginkgo biloba is a powerful antioxidant that oxidises fat cells below the skin surface and helps to increase blood circulation. Methyl nicotinate promotes the decongestion of tissues, reducing the amount of retained liquid. It also stimulates the drainage of liquids and toxins.
Unfortunately there are many factors that influence the on-set of cellulite. Dieting too hard or too much, hormonal factors and changes in metabolism initiate and aggravate existing cellulite).
Brush, brush and stimulate. A good scrubbing brush followed by a massage increase circulation. Daily body brushing, stroking in the direction towards your heart will increase fat dispersion. Go on, just for a minute or so after your daily shower and before you put on your creams.
Cellulite is a big fan of females with careers involving low physical activity. If you’re desk bound in your job then your day will consist of little action. Take breaks, walk those legs and talk rather than emailing. All of these small simple steps remind your rear it needs to keep in shape.
To help prevent cellulite, we suggest trying to cut down on processed foods and artificial foods that contain sweeteners, additives and chemicals. Dairy and high fat products, sugar and high sugar products are all thought to contribute to the dreaded orange peel.
When all fail, why not try our ultrasonic cavitation and multipolar treatments for cellulite. They are effective and will boost your legs for a long-time to come. Maybe then the creams will help maintain your svelte legs.