Dermatological Treatments
Cellulite
Annoying love handles and cellulite are the deposition of water and fat between the skin and the subcutaneous tissue. It is due to poor perfusion and swelling of the lipids in the specific area of the body that appears. The connective tissue loses its elasticity and the skin presents a picture that looks like orange peel.
Cellulite affects the overwhelming majority of women, no matter their weight. Clearly, the accumulation of topical fat favors its appearance or exacerbates its condition.

What Causes Cellulite?
It has been observed that men do not suffer from cellulite, unless there are hormonal reasons. Cellulite is a female problem that is estimated to affect eight out of ten women from teenagers and to accompany them at an old age. Cellulite problems are even faced by very thin women. At the same time, no diet leading to weight loss will definitely eliminate cellulite from overweight women. It is a complex problem that besides aesthetics is also a health issue.
 
Cellulite usually occurs in the thighs, buttocks, stomach, abdomen, calves and inside the arms. It is attributable to sedentary lifestyle, reduced physical activity, poor nutrition, blood disorders or hormonal disorders, heredity, smoking, frequent and high alcohol consumption. The term cellulite is rather unfortunate because it is not inflammation, but for the deposition of "stuffed" adipocytes in different parts of the body.

There are three types of cellulite that define its severity:
Stage A: Cellulite is of low grade and occurs only after stinging the area.
Stage B: Medium grade cellulite, also known as edema, is only visible in a standing position.
Stage C: Solid cellulite that is visible both in standing and lying down.

Cellulite And Aesthetics
Cellulite is not a serious medical condition endangering the life of the person, although sometimes, at a major age, it may be accompanied by mild pain. However, it is an aesthetic problem that affects the life of a woman who is hesitant to wear the clothes she likes, such as a swimsuit or a short pants or a short skirt. This can create many psychological problems due to the lack of self-confidence resulting from insecurity for our appearance, due to a problem that initially seems to persist no matter how healthy we eat and even if we follow all the right eating habits recommended in these cases.

How Is Cellulitis Treated?
For the treatment of cellulite, in addition to modern medical methods, experts advise:
  • Drink at least 6 to 8 glasses of water a day to hydrate the body, renewing cell fluids and thus facilitating metabolism to eliminate toxins.
  • Reduce the intake of bad oils (butter, animal fats, meats, etc.) that help to worsen cellulite.
  • Eat plenty of vegetables and fruits to help keep the digestive system and metabolism in good working order.
  • Avoid simple sugars (carbohydrates, sugars, sweets etc.) that sharply exacerbate the glycemic index by blocking metabolism.
  • Eat pulses and whole grains that are rich in fiber, vitamins and other minerals that promote good bowel function.
  • Reduce the consumption of coffee, cigarette and alcohol that dehydrate the body.
  • Increase physical activity to help burn calories, achieve better blood flow to tissues and stimulate our muscular system.

How Is Cellulite Treated Medically? 
It has been shown that only good nutrition and exercise can not prevent the creation of cellulite, let alone to treat it after its creation and consolidation. In the fight against cellulite, Dermatology & Cosmetics Lab specialists dermatologists and plastic surgeons have as an ally:
  • Cavitation technology: Cavitation therapy uses a special medical ultrasound technology that produces ultrasound capable of moisturizing the stored fat, which is then removed by the lymphatic system and gradually eliminated from the body. This phenomenon is known as cavitation and refers to irreversible destruction of adipocytes and fluidization of fat with the energy of special ultrasounds. The advantage of Cavitation is the ability to target and effectively disseminate energy in a way that is effective, safe and absolutely painless and impressive.
  • Fractional Laser: Laser intervention at Dermatology & Cosmetics Lab is performed by inserting a thin metal catheter with the special optical fiber under the skin, where it emits a relatively low-energy laser that selectively destroys fat cells and turns them into an oily a substance that is gradually absorbed and excreted naturally by the body over the next few weeks.
  • Tightening Mesotherapy: Tightening Mesotherapy is a simple injectable mesotherapy that injects substances that enhance tightening at specific body points using very fine needles.

How Is Cellulite Treated Naturally?
Some natural, non-invasive, ways to treat cellulite, beyond diet and exercise, are:
  • Lymphatic Massage: It functions as a "drainage" system of the body as it aims to stimulate the pumping of the lymphatic system. With specific movements, toxins are removed from the cells and tissues, while microcirculation is stimulated and the edema caused by fat accumulation is eliminated.
  • Electropuncture: This is a totally painless method of treating cellulite, as no needles are used, and it has no side effects. What he essentially does is to mobilize the circulatory system in areas where cellulite focuses while improving the metabolic functions of different cells in the body.

Tightening Mesotherapy
The term "mesotherapy" is used to describe the administration of drug or non-drug substances under the epidermis, i.e. the mesoderm. It was developed in 1952 by French physician Michael Pistor. Mesotherapy enriches the dermis, which is the middle layer of the skin with vitamins, antioxidants, minerals, enzymes and amino acids that nourish the skin and rejuvenate it. By using a special needle that penetrates the skin and reaches the dermis, substances such as L-carnitine, caffeine, theophylline, hyaluronic acid and artichoke extract are injected, aiming at skin tightening, cellulite improvement and local thickness reduction. These substances block fat storage and activate lipolysis, decongestion and detoxification, help improve microcirculation and ultimately reduce local thickness and skin tightening, while simultaneously activating collagen and elastin production.

Body Mesotherapy aims primarily at correcting cellulite and combating topical weight resulting in a shiny and elastic skin. Depending on the problem, the exact number of sessions is defined, and each session lasts approximately one hour. After each session, the patient can return directly to his daily activities.

CaviLipo treatment
CaviLipo treatment, applied by doctors at Dermatology & Cosmetics Lab, combines with impressive results two modern methods of treating cellulite and topical weight: tightening mesotherapy and Cavitation.

The treatment begins with tightening mesotherapy, where doctors pour into the skin liposoluble ingredients that penetrate deeply, achieving the maximum strength of their action.

Then, Cavitation is the most popular and effective method of fighting cellulite. This method uses ultrasound at low frequency and liquefies the trapped fat, which is then removed through the lymphatic system (a natural phenomenon, known as cavitation). Through the action of ultrasound, Cavitation therapy generates small air bubbles in the adipocytes, which are pooled and broken, causing lipocyte lysis. Subsequently, adipocyte content is passed through the lymphatic circulation. Treatment removes fat cells, tightens skin and eliminates cellulite.
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