3 cellulite treatments for perfect legs

Cellulite: That dimpled, lumpy appearance that usually affects the thighs, buttocks and other areas. It’s a condition that affects 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men, mostly in industrial nations.

Cellulite: That dimpled, lumpy appearance that usually affects the thighs, buttocks and other areas. It’s a condition that affects 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men, mostly in industrial nations.

It’s caused due to genetic and hormonal factors, and dietary and lifestyle factors.  Either way, it doesn’t look pretty since people automatically associate it with fat.

Fortunately, At Wax Spa, we have three treatments that can really help your overall appearance by decreasing the cellulite appearance:

  • Lymph drainage
    It encourages lymph flow in the body. The lymph system is a slow-moving system of vessels and lymph nodes that are supplementary to the body’s system of blood circulation. The lymph system both delivers nutrients to the cells and carries away excess water, cellular waste, bacteria, viruses, and toxins.Lymphatic drainage works to improve the function of the lymphatic system, which helps to remove and filter waste, toxins and excess fluid from the body. Good lymphatic circulation in the body will prevent lymph fluid from solidifying and binding with the collagen fibers that are in the fat cells. The result? A detoxified body with less cellulite.
  • Lipocontour Ultrasound Cavitation
    This is a great therapy for body shaping because it is designed to destroy fat cells in the subcutaneous epidermal layer through ultrasonic sound waves. It removes stubborn fat especially in areas that don’t seem to budge regardless of diet or exercise. At Wax Spa, we use state of the art equipment along with scientifically proven techniques to give you great results.
  • Radio Frequency
    It’s a cosmetic treatment designed to tighten, loose, or sagging skin in the face, eyes, tummy, and even arms and legs, without an incision or recovery time. Radio Frequency is an energy source designed to uniformly heat the dermis – inner layer of skin. This heat is designed to tighten deeper layers of skin while helping to initiate the production of new collagen, which occurs over a period of time.

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