With all the rage of having perfect skin, cellulite removal in St Helens continues to be a procedure undertaken by many. Cellulite is normal fat beneath your skin. The only reason for its lumpy appearance is because it pushes against connective tissue causing the skin above it to tightly gather into small folds. Both heavy and thin people can have cellulite. In terms of gender, women are more likely to get it than men. Though it is normal fat, other factors can bring it about. These include poor diet, fad dieting, slow metabolism and lack of physical activity, hormone changes, and dehydration and total body fat. If you wish to get rid of yours, Epilight is the best place to go.
This procedure isn’t like many major procedures. In St Helens, cellulite removal is non- invasive and aims to reduce not get rid of localised fat and all three types of cellulite. The treatment is performed at approximately 10-day intervals, with total sessions ranging from 4 to 6 of them. Each treatment takes between 30 minutes and an hour. Each treatment starts with ice lipolysis. This freezes the adipose cells resulting in programmed cell death or apoptosis. Ice lipolysis is then followed by acoustic shock therapy to help in removal of the dead cells and tightening of the skin. Using pro-shock-ice technology is recommended as it is the only one that treats both adipose fat cells and fibroid cells. Some benefits of using it include resuming of normal activities immediately, a marked reduction of fat and improvement of cellulite. It is comfortable and safe with results varying from person to person.
Why not let your cellulite removal in St Helens be handled with care? Contact Epilight today for a free consultation. We are dedicated to providing clinical excellence and the highest quality patient care possible for you, delivering quality service and value for money every time. With over 20 years of experience, you can be sure that you’ll be in expert hands. As an independent health care salon, we are both licensed and regulated by the Care Quality Commission.