Cellulite is a skin condition characterized by dimpled appearance of skin, especially on the thighs, abdomen and upper arms. Though this condition can affect anybody, it is more common in women. According to a recent study, about 80 percent of women are suffering from cellulite.
These orange peel-looking lumps rarely pose any health risk; but they do not look aesthetically pleasing. Most of the people seeking cellulite treatment go for it for cosmetic reasons. If you are also a victim of these unsightly lumps then fret not. There are numerous treatment options available to help you eliminate cellulite and get a smoother skin. The latest non-surgical skin tightening technique used for cellulite treatment nowadays is Radio Frequency Treatment. The procedure uses high frequency waves to break cellulite lumps.
Radio Frequency waves have a unique ability to penetrate into the body and target the required tissues without damaging the surrounding skin and tissues. These waves, after penetrating into the body, heat up collagen in the inner layers of skin. Collagen is a naturally occurring fibrous protein that is responsible for keeping skin tight and elastic. Heating the collagen leads to shrinkage and tightness of skin.
Radio Frequency Treatment (RFT) involves aiming high frequency waves on the cellulite area, where it penetrates into the skin and heats up fat deposits under the skin. The technician will keep heating the cellulite until it breaks up. Once this happens, the treated area is massaged in a bid to stimulate the lymphatic system which ultimately flushes out the fat cells. Besides accelerating collagen production, RFT also stimulates regeneration of skin cells, helping you to achieve new, youthful skin free of lumps.
Following are some salient features of high frequency cellulite treatment:
Laser Skin Care also offers Radio Frequency Treatment for Cellulite. If you are interested or have any queries about this procedure or skin condition, contact us today. We also offer free online consultations to our prospective candidates. To avail this opportunity, simply fill our free online consultation form. You can find the consultation form at the top right.