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Cellulite
Are you tired of cellulite on your thighs, buttocks, or other areas?

At YHVH Medical & Aesthetics Clinic, our treatments may eliminate dimples, enhance skin texture, and boost confidence. Cellulite is produced by fat deposits pressing on connective fibres. It affects the thighs, buttocks, hips, and abdomen. Genetics, hormonal changes, poor circulation, and inactivity may cause cellulite. It affects people of all ages and weights. Cellulite arises when fat cells under the skin grow and press against connective tissue fibrous bands, giving a bumpy texture. This may cause skin unevenness. Hormonal changes, poor circulation, fat buildup, and weaker collagen fibres may cause cellulite. Poor food, inactivity, and smoking might aggravate its look.
Frequently Asked Questions
Regular exercise, most importantly strength training, can help reduce the appearance of cellulite, but unfortunately, it will not eliminate cellulite. Speak to a YHVH Medical Aesthetician to know more about treatments that can help eliminate cellulite.
There are numerous ways to minimize cellulite and enhance skin texture. Cellulite is treated by encouraging collagen formation, lymphatic drainage, and fat breakdown.
Cellulite is partially caused by fat, which means weight is a factor that affects cellulite. Still, it is not the main factor, as up to 90% of women have this condition, and the percentage includes slim women.
Frequently Asked Questions
Regular exercise, most importantly strength training, can help reduce the appearance of cellulite, but unfortunately, it will not eliminate cellulite. Speak to a YHVH Medical Aesthetician to know more about treatments that can help eliminate cellulite.
There are numerous ways to minimize cellulite and enhance skin texture. Cellulite is treated by encouraging collagen formation, lymphatic drainage, and fat breakdown.
Cellulite is partially caused by fat, which means weight is a factor that affects cellulite. Still, it is not the main factor, as up to 90% of women have this condition, and the percentage includes slim women.