Cellulite Boot Camp Treatment Program
Cellulite is bulging fat cells and other coexisting factors that result in the appearance of bumpy looking fat on the body. It is not an actual disease, but a condition. Sometimes the fat cells expand so much that they cause the collagen fibers around them to bend causing puckering of the skin above. It is located in the layer of fat closest to the skin, and does not respond well to diet or exercise. As you age, your skin thins and the presence of cellulite is more visible. The fat cells squeeze on the connective tissues and there is little room for the lymphatic drainage system to relieve this build-up of fluids, fats, and toxins. If your cellulite is loose, in large areas, and a bit wobbly, it is called soft cellulite, being the most common type, and luckily it is easier to get rid of. It makes you look like you have poor muscle tone even though you have been working out ferociously. Hard cellulite is more common in muscular, solidly built women. It has a stronger attachment to the muscles. It too can be treated, however it may take more treatments. Cellulite can be unsightly and embarrassing. This treatment uses a non-surgical non-invasive cosmetic technique that provides an array of aesthetic benefits. Utilizes a technology called microcurrent, whereby a low level of electricity is gently delivered to the treated area in order to trigger favorable chemical reactions at the skin's cellular level, much like the body's own natural electrical current. Microcurrent stimulates and strengthen the muscle tissue under the skin, helping your skin regain that plump and youthful look again. After series of treatments, a maintenance follow-up program is recommended to sustain the benefits you enjoy and achieve. The techniques include kneading, cupping, lymph drainage and vigorous massage strokes and manipulation to move toxins away from the tissues.IMPORTANT NOTE:If you are pregnant, have a history of heart problems, epilepsy, thrombosis, high blood pressure, asthma, diabetes, multiple sclerosis,implanted electrical devices,a pacemaker, or metal implants you should not receive Microcurrent treatments.