Get your body ready for that Little Black Dress with laser cellulite treatments.
Every women has their own individual motivation for shedding the pounds and getting back into great shape―a teeny bikini for their next vacation, a favorite tank top that no longer fits like it used to, a killer little black dress that has been hanging in the back of your closet, just waiting to be worn.
No matter what the occasion or how strong the motivation, one thing is for sure―working out is hard. (That’s probably why they call it work.)
Sometimes, no matter how far you run, how much you sweat or how hard you go, there are still those stubborn little fat pockets that don’t seem to lose an inch. After months and months of working out and dieting, these unwavering little cellulite spots are enough for even the most motivated of women to throw in the tennis shoes and whip the sweatpants back out for good.
However, before you throw that little black dress up on Ebay or exchange it for the next size up, we’ve got some great news for you: Getting rid of cellulite may no longer be as impossible of a task as you may think, thanks to non-invasive laser procedures. But, before considering whether this treatment option would work well for your body, it is important to understand the causes and effects of cellulite:
Where Does Cellulite Come From?
Cellulite is a skin change that occurs in most females and is caused by fat cells under the top layer of the skin sticking between the strands of connective tissue. This causes the muscles to attach to your skin, creating the appearance of tiny bumps to appear on your skins surface.
While many people associate cellulite with weight gain and obesity, that is not always the cause of this frustrating skin change. In fact, an estimated 45 million women in the United States between the ages of 20 and 50 have cellulite. This dimpled skin, usually occurring on the hips, thighs and buttocks, can show up on women who are thin, overweight, average size, healthy, unhealthy―even flawless celebrities have their own bouts of cellulite they wish they could get rid of.
How Do You Treat Cellulite?
There are several non-invasive treatments for cellulite than can remove unsightly dimples and get your body looking smooth and glowing. One such treatment, Tri-Active LaserDermology, is an FDA-approved laser treatment for the reduction of cellulite.
This laser attacks the problem of skin dimples by combining a low energy laser to increase circulation, reduce inflammation and stimulate collagen growth within your skin. Tri-Active LaserDermology has also been shown to work as a therapeutic massage for relief of minor muscle aches and pains.
However, while Tri-Active LaserDermology is a great way to eliminate cellulite, the effects are greatly enhanced when combined with healthy diet and exercise.
If you are interested in finding out more about Tri-Active LaserDermology, be sure to contact the Dr. Shel Wellness and Medical Spa to set up your free consultation today. Before you know it, you will be rocking that little black dress cellulite-free!