How to get rid of cellulite

As a woman ages, her oestrogen production reduces especially as she comes closer to the menopause, thus leading to a decrease in blood flow to the skin and more specifically the connective tissue. Less blood flow leads to less oxygen resulting in a reduced collagen production. The weaken connective tissue fibres (subdermal fibrous network) allow fatty deposits to protrudecreating the uneven dimpled effect. It could be due to the closure of gyms, financial worries or the loss of the usual work routine. There is a slight change of mindset that could be due to the social distancing rules or the partial lockdown effects. Another one of the problems with the current lockdown and working from home apart from being sat in front of a computer for long hours is the amount of comfort foods and sugary drinks that are being consumed. Drinking plenty of water encourages rehydration of the body leading to an improvement in circulation and lymphatic flow. Eating more fibre in fruit, vegetable and raw grains rather than processed high sugar foods discourages cellulite. From non-invasive options, including radio frequency like BodyFX and manual Lymphatic massage (MLD). Minimally invasive treatments tend to be more permanent or long lasting such as Cellulase (laser), Cellfina (a manual technique) and the newer effective CelluTite, by InMode which combines both radio frequency to contract and tighten the tissue (both skin and fat) and subcission to cut through the fibres causing the dimpling effect. CelluTite is a new comer to the market butswifty making headway through its tightening of the tissues and its cutting though the fibres causing the dimpling effect improving both skin and fat appearance.