Cellulite Reduction East Sussex

Cellulite Reduction East Sussex2024-05-14T15:15:30+01:00

Delivering Expert Cellulite Treatment to East Sussex

Cellulite is a widespread condition affecting both men and women, causing feelings of discomfort, frustration, and low self-confidence due to the appearance of dimpled skin. It is caused by a combination of factors such as genetics, hormones, body fat percentage, age, and lifestyle choices, commonly appearing on areas with fatty tissue accumulation such as the hips, thighs, and buttocks.

At Clinic 33, we recognise the impact of cellulite on individuals’ emotional and physical well-being. To address this issue, we offer effective treatments such as Tri Lipo Radio Frequency (by Lipofirm) and Cryotherapy (by Lipoglaze) to minimise the appearance of cellulite and improve skin texture. Tri Lipo Radio Frequency generates heat, while Cryotherapy uses low temperatures to help you achieve smoother, more toned skin.

What is cellulite?

What Factors Contribute to the Development of Cellulite?

Cellulite is caused by the accumulation of fat deposits beneath the skin, which can be more pronounced in certain women due to genetic factors, body fat percentage, and age. Additionally, the thickness of one’s skin can also affect the appearance of cellulite, which can impact individuals of all shapes and sizes. Collagen fibres divide the underlying fat into pockets between the skin and muscle, resulting in the dimpling effect commonly associated with cellulite. As the skin thins and loses elasticity with age, the connective tissues beneath become more apparent, further accentuating the appearance of cellulite.

Contributing factors to Cellulite:

  • Diet

    Consuming a diet that is high in fat, carbohydrates, and salt can increase the visibility of cellulite.

  • Lifestyle

    Your lifestyle choices also play a significant role in the development of cellulite. Factors such as smoking and a lack of regular exercise are known to increase the likelihood of cellulite formation.

  • Genetics

    Although hereditary factors can contribute to one’s predisposition to developing cellulite, adopting a healthy lifestyle, diet, and exercise routine can help mitigate its appearance and reduce its severity.

  • Hormonal Factors

    The development of cellulite is influenced by various hormones, including oestrogen, insulin, and thyroid hormones. Due to hormonal differences, cellulite is more commonly observed in women than men.

  • Tight Clothing

    Correct! Wearing tight clothing, particularly tight underwear, can restrict blood flow to certain areas, potentially contributing to the development of cellulite.

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Note to Self About Cellulite

Cellulite is not always a personal fault, so it is important not to be too harsh on yourself. Fortunately, in many instances, cellulite can be effectively treated. If cellulite is causing you concern, our team can help identify the cause and develop a tailored treatment plan to restore your confidence.

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East Sussex’s Specialists in Treating Cellulite

At Clinic 33, our team of experts is dedicated to providing personalised and effective treatments to help our clients achieve their body composition goals. We understand the correlation between cellulite and fat loss, and for more severe cases, we combine our two signature methods to effectively reduce fatty tissue and diminish cellulite on areas such as legs and buttocks.

We take great pride in offering a comprehensive approach to each client’s needs, ensuring that they achieve their desired results quickly and safely. Our welcoming and calming environment ensures that you can enjoy your experience with us while seeing great results.

Do you struggle with Cellulite? Contact our experts in East Sussex today!

Do you want to discuss about your body or facial issues? To learn more about what we can do for you, contact us to schedule a free consultation.

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