Posted on 29 May 2018
Cellulite is a problem for many people who first enter the Neaman MediSpa. While most of have a general understanding of what cellulite looks and feels like, it still begs the question: What exactly is cellulite? We’re glad you asked!
By definition, cellulite is the collection of fatty deposits that have broken through the connective tissues of the skin. The results are small dimples that are typically present on the buttocks or the thighs (although, it can occur anywhere on the body). Other common names for cellulite are “orange-peel skin” and “cottage cheese skin.”
Both men and women can be impacted by cellulite, but women are at higher risk simply based on how fat distribution in the female body. If you notice cellulite on your body, know that you are not alone. Studies indicate that 80% to 90% of women will experience cellulite at some point in their lives.
The jury is still out as far as a definitive cause of cellulite. However, there are a few things that have been proven to influence the likeliness of cellulite. Such as:
• Hormonal levels
• Dietary and exercising habits
Keep in mind, even fit, and slim people can have cellulite.
Fortunately, there are treatment options if you suffer from cellulite. One effective solution could be Cellutone. This process uses target vibrations to stimulate the skin. The vibrations actually restore oxygen and blood levels and leave the skin smoother.
Does cellulite have you down? There’s no need to settle for a life where you avoid a bikini or other clothes due to cellulite issues. Neaman MediSpa is more than happy to offer potential patients a complimentary Cellutone consultation. Simply call our office at (844) 338-5445 to learn more about our services and to see if you are a good candidate for this life-changing treatment.
Dr. Keith Neaman
Dr. Neaman is a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in surgical body contouring. He prides himself on being on the cutting edge of plastic surgery. He takes an informative approach to each consultation, and through open dialogue and communication, he helps his patients decide on a treatment plan that meets their needs.