Mesotherapy is used to treat cellulite. It emulsifies fat that are in small pockets. It is very difficult to remove fat from these areas with normal weight loss methods. Cellulites are more predominant in a woman which is associated with estrogen dominance. Fat emulsification can be done to remove fat from the following parts of the body:
The fat is automatically reabsorbed by the body which is aided by the action of mesotherapy. The treatment is administered by injection into the mesoderm layers of the skin. Treatment areas are normally the size of a quarter that is covered with one injection per section. Multiple injections might be required to cover a large area and might not be very effective on older clients with sagging skin.
The even distribution of fat gives the skin a smooth appearance. Cellulite is formed from accumulation of fat cells at different areas. They increase in size and cause reduction in circulation and cellular metabolism. The connective tissues get stiff and cause the skin to be pulled down. This gives rise to the dimpled appearance.
Mesotherapy promotes vascularization and lymphatic drainage in the body. The injection consists of natural irritants that are not harmful to the body. It promotes a rejuvenated appearance from increase vascularization. This process increases elasticity in the skin which cause the dimpling associated with cellulite to diminish. Noticeable improvement is seen after repeated use of the injection. The desired effect can be achieved over a series of treatments, usually several months. Nutrition can enhance the treatment by potentiating the desired effect.
Hormone plays a vital role in the development of cellulite. Estrogen contributed to approximate 70% of women over the age of 35 who are affected by cellulite. Correcting hormone imbalance can influence the reduction in the incidence of cellulite. Mesotherapy is very effective in eliminating the dimpled appearance but when used in conjunction with other therapies can enhance the result.