Sleeping is a fundamental activity for general health, but did you know that it can also help fight cellulite blemishes?
Localized adiposity, as you well know, is a problem that affects many people and manifests itself with a characteristic accumulation of fat in specific parts of the body such as the hips, abdomen, but
Do birth control pills cause cellulite? This is a question that women often ask themselves. The answer is very simple and you have to start from the beginning: the composition of the pill.
Cellulite is a disease that, as we have seen, mainly affects women (although men are not completely exempt from it) and which mainly appears on the hips, buttocks, and thighs.
In some previous articles, we have already seen that to combat cellulite and localized fat deposits, it is important to implement a mix of multi-factor strategies that can help us reduce its progress,
The scientific term to define cellulite is “edematous-fibro-sclerotic panniculopathy” but we know it better as an imperfection caused by the stagnation of water and fat that forms between
Radiofrequency with alternating polarity is a non-invasive aesthetic technique that aims to combat localized fat deposits: one of the most hated imperfections (along with cellulite) by women.
Most people who suffer from localized adiposity suffer from impaired microcirculation that causes a reduction in tissue oxygenation, with possible localized pain, caused by underlying inflammation.
Cellulite is often associated with many false beliefs that are struggling to disappear from popular creed: to understand what is true, and what is not, we must first of all start by clarifying what ce
Localized adiposities are particularly concentrated on the belly and hips, or in specific regions that become the preferential “reservoir” for the accumulation of excess lipids.
As we all know, lifestyle, nutrition, and physical activity are 3 fundamental pillars to prevent and fight cellulite: it is necessary to decrease fat mass and increase lean mass, tone the body, mainta
Medical research, over the years, has identified two clinical forms of cellulite: the generalized forms and the regional forms.
Localized adiposity, as we have seen in previous articles, is an aesthetic and functional problem that affects a good portion of the population, be it men or women, regardless of age.
Due to the sedentary situation and the pressure we experienced due to COVID-19, very high levels of stress were recorded which also affected our condition of cellulite: all this due to the production
Cellulite is a localized metabolic alteration, which creates blemishes on the skin level, hitting specific areas such as thighs, hips, buttocks, but also the abdomen.
Abdominal adiposity is an aesthetic and functional problem, which affects a good portion of the population, be they, men or women, regardless of their age. The formation of abdominal adiposity is infl
Diet and sport are the two key pillars to eliminating cellulite, perhaps also assisted by lymphatic drainage massages, which can help by acting on the lymphatic circulation (which, if slowed down, cau
Localized fat deposits are nothing more than accumulations of fat concentrated in specific parts of the body; in other words, when we use the term “localized adiposity” we describe the presence of a t
Having slim legs is every woman’s dream. Unfortunately, due to incorrect eating habits, we often find ourselves having to fight with accumulations of fat on the thighs and beyond.
Sclerotic cellulite represents the third stage of cellulite. Before investigating its specific nature, let’s try to understand what it is and what determines its formation.
Cellulite is a problem that afflicts most women, manifesting itself with an annoying orange peel skin blemish; we can, however, adopt a series of healthy habits that, in addition to counteracting the
Fibrous Cellulite is the second evolutionary phase of cellulite and is characterized by a thickening of the connective tissue (with loss of elasticity and the appearance of nodules), which hardens the
Cellulite is the consequence of inflammatory processes that affect blood vessels, adipose tissue, and interstitial tissue, therefore, if you suffer from water retention, you will not necessarily have