Classification and Treatment of Cellulite

27-01-2018 kelvin87
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Focusing on the theme of aesthetic beauty are very varied the criteria used to classify cellulite: the location of the affected area, the severity of the damage, the appearance of the affected area, and so on. Therefore it is common for an individual present more than one type of cellulite. Regarding appearance, cellulite is classified in soft, edematous and compact.

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Celulitas soft or flabby.

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It is a spongy, mobile tissue and little consistency. It is usually associated with atrophic musculature. The connective tissue, which is usually flexible, thick and takes an increasingly dense gelatinous consistency. It moves by walking and this type of cellulite is usually not painful. The skin shows at a glance the typical orange peel.

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It is characteristic of sedentary people or those who were once active and are not already. It is also common in people who have lost weight and gained sharply. Already he is talking about women's health medicine and cellulite usually occurs in middle-aged women. It is located mainly in the anterior and posterior thighs, abdomen, back, arms and buttocks.

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Edematous or aqueous cellulite

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It has a viscous or pasty consistency with lumps, painful to touch and sometimes annoying spontaneously. It is the result of fluid retention and signs of venous and lymphatic insufficiency can be seen in the lower limbs.

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It can be disabling for the person who suffers and may require treating me, although it is more common in young people and teenagers. The age of onset is 20-30 years. It is the least common cellulite. It is located mainly in the lower extremities, but the most affected area is the bottom of the legs.

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Compact or hard cellulite

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It is hard to the touch, firm, without edema, with cellulite nodules easy to see without making the pinch test. It can be painful to the touch because of the pressure put on the nerves and blood vessels.

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It usually occurs in young female athletes, but if untreated remains throughout life. It is very common and is often associated with dry skin and cold feet. It is typically located on the outer thighs and on the inside of the knees.

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Cellulite Treatment

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You can eliminate cellulite, but not enough to topical treatment, this should be complemented with a balanced diet, daily exercise, abstinence from snuff, and other characteristics of a healthy life.

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Topical treatment.

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Topical preparations for boosting circulation, increase the elasticity and decrease the contour of the affected areas.

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Semisolid preparations such as creams, gels, cremigeles, etc., consist of one or more active substances and are not conveyed mainly in fatty excipients. The formulation should be easily extensible and quickly absorbed, but as a drawback argue the aesthetic clinics decreased massage time, so that the effectiveness of treatment may be impaired.

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Transdermal patches

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Innovative topical preparations are acting systemically. Unlike semi-prepared, they are not considered cosmetics, beauty products but for the beauty of women.

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Such formulations favors a high absorption due to the gradual release of the active substances. They have been well received in the current population because the application form is comfortable, easy and fast.

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However, it is important to underline that the anti-cellulite Transdermal patches have contraindications, because, contain bladderwrack seaweed rich in iodine, can alter thyroid hormone.

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Today it is very common to find the transdermal patches in unit dosage form. This will ensure their health and stability as well as the dosage of the right amount of active ingredients.