Independent of the hormones that promote its appearance, cellulite, which affects 90% of women, is the result of fat stored in adipocytes (fatty cells in the hypodermis) and retained water (dermis and hypodermis). Cellulite mainly affects women. There are two reasons to explain this phenomena. First, female hormones order fat cells to store fat for future motherhood. Second, the subcutaneous storage area in the hypodermis as a particular structure.
Septa are parallel partitions that divide the hypodermis into small cavities containing adipocytes (fat cells).
With accumulating fat and water(adipocyte growth and liquid statis), these partitions become malformed and pull on the skin anchors.
This process is self-perpetuating because it slows down circulation, leading to a stagnation of metabolic waste.
Result: The surface of the skin dimples like a mattress, forming cellulite and its inevitable orange peel effect. This unsightly condition can also become painful if pressure inside the fatty pockets intensifies.
Even exercise and diet are not enough to release the fat and water trapped inside, within rigid walls. This action must come from the hypodermic, reestablishing its balance.
Self Lipomassage® first relaxes these partitions and improves circulation.
Few people realize the cellulite is resistant to physical exercise and even the most draconian of diets. To make adipose tissue react and thereby eliminate cellulite, there is no need for a miracle. They must simply be stimulated! Mechanical stimulation delivered by Wellbox® triggers deep down biological responses. Tissue that once trapped adipocytes (fat cells), and blood and lymphatic circulation is restarted.
Results: Fat release (lipolysis) is reactivated to eliminate localized fat, all done naturally!
You will soften your skin without overly stretching it. Toxins, water, and fat can easily be removed from your hypodermis.
This positive result benefits your epidermis, which becomes smoother, while you figure is better defined and your orange peel effect disappears.
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