28 Sep What is cellulite and why does it appear?
Cellulite is a blemich linked to the microcirculation of the blood, manifesting itself on the surface with a characteristic orange peel skin.
Its causes are multifactorial and, contrary to what we might think, the accumulation of fat is not the only determining factor, indeed, there are many external causes such as incorrect lifestyle, genetic factors, use of inappropriate footwear or clothing, a diet too full of sodium or the use of some types of medicines that encourage water retention and, subsequently, the appearance of the problem.
Usually, this imperfection affects the glutes and thighs area, creating an irregular effect on the skin (orange peel skin) which, if left untreated, gets worse and worse and can start to create discomfort or pain in the affected areas.
Cellulite is classified into 3 stages: edematous, fibrous and sclerotic, depending on the alteration of the blood microcirculation. In the very early stage it can also be invisible or not detectable on palpation, for this reason it is advisable an analysis of cellulite by contact thermography: an easy, fast and totally free of contraindications examination that allows you to have a complete mapping of the condition of cellulite.
It is based on the use of special liquid crystal thermographic plates which, once placed on the skin in the area to be analyzed, reflect a HDI color image in a few seconds, which allows you to classify cellulite in one of its three stages.
Due to total no-invasiveness, the examination is repeatable and suitable for anyone: for this reason, the thermographic analysis of cellulite is also excellent for keeping a record, periodically, of all improvements following specific treatments.
This technology is available in the best beauty centers, medical aesthetics centers, or in the best nutritional centers.
After carrying out the analysis, the professional will have a clear view of the condition and will be able to advise you on the beauty treatment or meal plan that best suits your specific case, maximizing the results.