24 Nov Bye Bye cellulite with hydroelectrophoresis treatment.
When you decide to fight cellulite, as we have seen in previous articles, you can act on several fronts: nutrition, lifestyle, physical activity, food supplements and cosmetic, aesthetic or medical aesthetic treatments.
What units each treatment is a correct analysis of the starting condition: this allows you to understand the real extent of the problem and then decide both the specialist and the approach to use.
Cellulite analysis can be carried out using contact thermography, a special, non-invasive examination that allows you to see the situation of the underlying tissues by classifying cellulite in one of its 4 conditions (absent, edematous, fibrous or sclerotic).
This analysis takes place simply by placing the thermographic plates on the affected area: in a few seconds, it will be possible to view a high-resolution color image, which reflects the situation of the underlying tissues. The system is so sensitive that it allows to detect the presence of cellulite in an early stage: even when it is still not visible to the naked eye or detectable on palpation, allowing to act promptly in a preventive perspective.
Once the starting condition has been determined, it is possible to opt for a treatment such as hydroelectrophoresis: a technique that consists in penetrating active ingredients (specially designed to fight cellulite) deeply and without the invasive use of needles or syringes. It is a medical approach that involves customizing the drug used, based on the subject and the type of need required.
The diffusion of the active principles takes place through a massage performed by a technologically advanced handpiece which, with its movement, will also help reactivate and stimulate circulation, and promoting oxygenation of the skin.
Usually, this treatment has a variable duration of about 45-60 minutes and is repeated, depending on the severity of the condition to be treated, for 6-8 sessions: it is a technique that does not provide particular contraindications, however a preventive interview is always required. with the doctor in order to exclude the presence of any allergies to one or more active ingredients used by the machine.
Hydroelectrophoresis is not recommended in the case of patients with cardiovascular or diabetic disorders, with degenerative diseases or in a state of pregnancy.
Lastly, you can employ Contact thermography for keeping track of treatment progress, allowing you to detect every slightest change in the condition of the subcutaneous tissue: an excellent way to find out the effectiveness of the treatment and hence building customer loyalty.