Cellulite is a cluster of fluids and fat in the deeper layer of skin-subcutis. It looks like orange peel, and is found most commonly on the thighs and buttocks, around the knees, the hips, stomach and rarely around the ankle and upper arm.
It occurs more in women than in men, blamed on timber subcutaneous connective tissue of the skin which acts as the barrier placed perpendicular to the surface of the skin as opposed to men where they are cross-network.
The most common reasons for the formation of cellulite are genetic (hormone) causes, the impact of stress and poor circulation. Slowing blood flow increases the permeability of blood vessels, coming to a halt fluid and waste material which causes the formation of fat. As a result it hinders metabolism in that part of the skin and lymph drainage.
Cellulite can never be definitively resolved, but it can be kept under control.
With anti-cellulite massage, by using different movements (smoothing, kneading, pinch, rubbing), which may not be painful, we create a downward movement towards the heart to stimulate lymphatic drainage that ends at heart.
Anti-cellulite massage is very effective in terms of eliminating cellulite and toning, higher strength and shine of the skin and improved circulation. When you achieve good results, the effectiveness lasts for a while. In order to maintain such a situation, it is necessary to continue with the massage so cellulite doesn’t come back.
In order to have the best results, anti-cellulite massage is combined with anti-cellulite cream or oil, lymphatic drainage, toning muscles, proper diet and an increased intake of water in the body.
Duration of anti-cellulite massage – 30 minutes.
The duration of the complete anti-cellulite program – 45 minutes.