What is Cellulite?
Cellulite is an anatomical structure of fatty tissue trapped in the extracellular fluid and collagen fibers, which has penetrated its physiological borders and looks like an uneven dimpled mass, disfiguring the entire area.
When people gain weight, not only do they increase the quantity of fat in their fat cells, but they also increase the quantity of extracellular fluid, while this causes swelling and edema.
Cellulite is easily recognizable. Pinch the skin between two fingers. If the skin feels soft to the touch and has the texture of an orange peel, it’s cellulite. Some of the causes of cellulite are hormonal changes, metabolic changes, genetic predisposition and unbalanced diet, combined with lack of physical activity.
Body sculpting through lymphatic massage -LPG
This is a method designed to drain the extra-cellular fluid from the affected area with the help of a device, manipulating the tissue in a way that cannot be achieved by a human hand alone for a duration of time, thereby reducing the swelling and the edema. The device performs massage and deep suction, gently yet
intensively conditioning the skin tissue to eliminate fat deposits, revitalize blood and lymph circulation and reactivate lipolysis. The extra cellular fluid is directed through the lymphatic system, to the lymph nodes, where it drains into the blood vessels. There is a slight reduction in body weight, but more importantly, the
shape and the circumference of the body definitely change.
Cellulite treatment is a series of 15 treatments, each one 35 minutes long, usually with follow up treatments to maintain the effect over time. The treatment will be most successful if the patient maintains a balanced, low fat diet and engages in physical activity.
Cellulite treatment -innovations
For even better results, we currently combine LPG treatments with radio waves in a vacuum. Using a Viora device, which incorporates RF technologies and vacuum suction, we first warm the treated area, then begin the lymphatic massage. The treatment is suitable for young girls and new mothers – beginning at about one month after giving birth