“Orange peel syndrome”, “cottage cheese thighs”- you can call it whatever you want, but one thing is clear, cellulite is a significant problem in women of post pubertal age. Actually, there are over 85% of females encountering some form of this skin condition. Found in the most undesirable areas, as buttocks and thighs most of women are trying to get rid of it, but only few of them could ever do it.
The thing is that it is extremely hard to deal with it and as Dr. Michael F. McGuire, a clinical associate professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles, said: “realistically, there is no cure for cellulite. Lack of cure doesn’t mean there is nothing can be done in order to improve it. There are several quite effective techniques such as anti-cellulite cream and physical massage that help break down fatty cells and stimulate the lymphatic drainage.
Although to really bring the cellulite treatment to the next level, the infrared technology can be an irreplaceable tool. In brief, infrared light with an output of 633 to 852 nm penetrates the skin in depth up to one inch, the heat facilitate the lymph to circulate through its canals resulting in a better lymphatic drainage.
On the top of this, this same infrared light stimulates the fibroblast that start producing collagen, a protein that is responsible for skin firmness and elasticity. By building up collagen between the fatty cells, it fills up and smoothes out the skin making cellulite less appearing visually and on touch. Perfectly safe and painless, first results would be already noticed after only a few sessions with Collagentex”.