Get Back Your Smooth & Youthful Skin
Fat Loss Center of Arkansas
Non-invasive & Painless
What Causes Cellulite?
Millions of women and even some men suffer from stubborn cellulite – uneven, lumpy skin on hips, thighs, and the buttocks. Cellulite occurs when the skin overlying certain areas of fat is pulled downward to the deeper tissues by connective tissue bands. The result is the uneven surface commonly seen with cellulite. Cellulite is not harmful, although it’s thought to affect 80 to 90 percent of women in varying degrees.
Cellulite is caused by a buildup of fat underneath the skin. Some women are more predisposed to it than others. The amount of cellulite you have and how noticeable it is based on genes, body fat percentage, and age. The thickness of your skin also affects the appearance of cellulite. People of all body types and weights can get cellulite.
Cellulite may be caused by:
- Poor diet
- Unhealthy lifestyle habits
- Accumulated toxins
- Weight Gain
Who is the UltraSmooth Cellulite Blaster Treatment For?
UltraSlim Cellulite Blaster treatment is for women and men. Women typically are more prone to cellulite, but some men do need treatment. UltraSmooth treatment is ideal for anyone tired of the appearance of cellulite and looking for a proven and surgery-free way to lessen the appearance.
Why is UltraSmooth the Best Treatment for Cellulite?
When compared to the alternatives, you can quickly see why UltraSmooth is the best choice for cellulite elimination. There are a number of invasive medical procedures for the reduction of cellulite, all of which involve pain, risks, and downtime.
- Cryolipolyis – Cryolipolysis, also known as CoolSculpting, is a procedure that removes cellulite by freezing the fat cells beneath the skin. It can be painful and take up to three to four months to see noticeable results.
- Cellfina – During this procedure, a needle is used to break up the tough bands under the skin to get rid of cellulite.
Vacuum-assisted Tissue Release – This procedure breaks up the tough bands under the skin with a device containing small blades. The tissue moves upwards to fill in the dimpled skin.