The Truth about Cellulite
Cellulite, A Girl’s Worst Enemy
What exactly is cellulite? Cellulite is the colloquial term for the dermal lumpy appearance caused by lobules of underlying adipose tissue and inflexible fibrous connective fascia.
- Cellulite effects practically all post-pubescent females to some degree.
- Cellulite develops in women during periods of hormonal change, such as puberty, menopause, pregnancy, premenstrual syndrome, and years of ingesting birth control pills.
- A large part of cellulite is comprised of fat and toxins that accrues within the body.
- Cellulite deposits usually occur on the abdomen, thighs and the hips.
Why is cellulite prominently a female problem? The anatomy of a woman’s skin is different than that of a mans. A women’s subcutaneous fat layer is organized into large vertical chambers where abundant fat can be stored. In men, the chambers are small diagonal units, which store less fat and are physically less likely to push upward causing cellulite formation appearance.
Drinking more water will reduce cellulite. FALSE
Exercise will prevent cellulite. FALSE
Liposuction removes cellulite. FALSE
A healthy diet will prevent cellulite. FALSE
Is there a solution for cellulite? YES.
The answer is Cupping Therapy. (Click on the link to learn more about Cupping)
How does it work?
Cupping Therapy uses suction cups to create negative pressure on the tissue. The negative pressure pulls stagnation, toxins and lactic acid out of the underlying tissue and brings it to skin level. Cupping Therapy boosts collagen which minimizes the appearance of cellulite.
Cupping Therapy on the cellulite affected area of the body can reduce the appearance in as little as one session with some individuals. Results can vary. For maximum results multiple cupping sessions are required.
IMR Massage, LLC offers Cellulite Cupping Therapy sessions from $130. Sessions are approximately 90min. To achieve maximum results 5 and 10 session series may be purchased. Recommend calling to schedule your free 15 min consultation.
IMR Massage, LLC www.IMRmassage.com 702-482-8585