Galvanic Body Spa For Cellulite & Stretch marks-New Service
- Galvanic Body Spa Arms Treatment- Price: $25
Galvanic Body Spa Stomach Treatment Price: $25
Galvanic Body Spa Stomach and buttocks Treatment Price: $45
Galvanic Body Spa Legs and thighs Treatment Price: $45
Galvanic Body Spa Legs, Thighs ,buttocks and stomach Treatment. Price: $55
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This cellulite treatment process creates a flow of fresh oxygenated blood that rich in natural nutrients, causing the release and clearing of waste and toxins from the fat cells reducing and eliminating cellulite because it addresses the root cause directly and not just the symptom.
It activates, stimulates and rejuvenates the lymphatic system with a reverse deep tissue massage techniqueThis subsequently breaks up and removes the orange peel cellulite look and results in smooth and toned skin. Done in 20-minutes this noninvasive cellulite-busting sessions can potentially break stored fat away from cell walls -- and metabolize that same fat, the improved circulation removes the "sludge" leaving the fibrous tissue soft, healthy and flexible, keeping skin looking more youthful.
HOW OFTEN ARE TREATMENTS PERFORMED? The initial treatment series consists of 4-6 treatment sessions- treatments are performed once a week. Some patients see the improvements as soon as 2- sessions, while others may need the full 4-6 sessions. Maintenance treatments are typically done every 3-6 months after the initial series in order to keep up the results achieved. Each treatment session is between 20-45 minutes long, but the time varies depending on a patient's size and how many treatment sites are indicated.
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Causes of cellulite are varied but the most common cause is related to poor blood circulation,reduced venous flow,impaired lymphatic drainage and fluid retention which can trigger the transformation of subcutaneous fat cells into cellulite.
The predisposition to cellulite seems to be genetically inherited. Some people simply have more fat cells, weak veins, fragile lymphatic vessels, poor circulation or hormonal sensitivity.
The Truth About Cellulite:
Cellulite is the term used to describe deposits of fat and other material trapped in pockets of connective tissue beneath the skin. Cellulite causes the progressive dimpling appearance of the skin. The main factors responsible for cellulite are excess consumption of saturated fats, lack of exercise, poor hydration and imbalances in hormonal function. 80% of all women are affected by cellulite. Also do not forget that genetics always plays a part.
Why do females have more cellulite than men? Cellulite occurs more frequently in women than in men because of the way subcutaneous fat is compartmentalized.
The following also contribute to cellulite in one way or another:
- Female Hormones
- Sedentary Lifestyles
- Enlarged Lymph Nodes
It is important to understand that these factors may not contribute equally in different people. In some people there may be primary and contributing factors to cellulite.
Cellulite has 5 stages of development and is considered a solely cosmetic condition. Indeed, until recently, cellulite was not acknowledged in medical literature. Now, research has shown that changes over time in the body's skin structure actually lead to the transformation of fat cells into cellulite.
STAGE 1- Blood microcirculation, venous flow, and/or lymphatic drainage to the subcutanoues layer are impaired. Reduced blood circulation starves and weakens the surrounding tissue, making it more susceptible to cellulite. Reduced venous flow translates to higher fluid retention and pooling of the blood. Reduced lymphatic drainage means that lymph fluids, which normally carry waste away from the cells, are trapped in the area. The septae connective tissue may begin to become more fibrous.In this stage, all the changes are not visible to the naked eye. There may not be any other symptoms, with the possible exception of cuts and bruises taking longer to heal because of the impaired circulation.
STAGE 2 - Once the circulation is reduced, the capillaries and veins become weakened and leak blood into the surrounding tissue. This increases the pressure in the tissue and restricts circulation and fluid drainage even more. In this stage, you may notice thicker and more tender skin than normal, as well as discoloration or broken veins. The skin more also bruise more easily, however, there is no appearance of the lumpy cellulite bumps yet.
STAGE 3 - After a few months of lymphatic fluid build up, the fat tissues become swollen and begin to push against the outer skin, the first signs of the lumps and the "orange peel" look appear.
STAGE 4 - The static lymphatic fluid causes the fibrous septae to congeal into thicker fibers. Cells starved of oxygen and nutrients may also become incorporated into these fibers, thus adding to the thickness of the fibers. These fibers begin to trap and squeeze the fat cells, which press on the surronding tissue and reduce area circulation even more. Becuase of the lack of circulation the skin may feel cold to the touch.
STAGE 5 - Because of the high pressure, blood circulation is re-routed around the cellulite area. Septae fibers continue to grow to an extent that the fat cells are completely trapped. Although fat continues to be stored in these cells, it is not efficiently removed through exercise or diet because of the poor circulation.In this stage, the thick fibers, trapped fat cells and stagnant fluids form a honeycomb structure called steatomes, this causes the "cheesecake" lumps and bumps that are the hallmark of cellulite.
How long are the results visible for?
After your first session you can still see results up to 72 hours later. Once you begin regular sessions you will have longer lasting results. Then after 3 months you are just doing maintenance sessions. Think of it like a gym workout…once you are at your peak physically then you just need to maintain it.
Natural Ways to Treat Cellulite:
Exercises for treatment of cellulite:
- Cardiovascular exercises such as running, jogging and swimming are effective for the treatment.
- Squats and Lunges targets buttock, thighs and pelvic muscles.
- Pelvic lift or bridge is also a target type exercise for toning the buttock, hamstrings and quads.
Most importantly building muscle mass on the body will increase metabolic rate, burn more fat, and reduce body fat. I personally feel that this is very effective. By doing strength training 3x a week and your 30 minutes a day of cardio, you will see a difference in your body composition and also in the appearance of cellulite.
Body brushing makes the skin brighter and smoother and softer. Like any exfoliator, it sloughs away dead, dry surface cells – you can see the fine powder it creates. It is also thought to stimulate the lymphatic system and circulation helping to tackle cellulite.
Massage: Getting rid of cellulite by massage is NOT a way to entirely cure, but it is more of an alternative method in reducing the ugly appearance of cellulite in your skin. Basically you are increasing circulation and helping with lymphatic drainage here too.
Galvanic Body Spa by Nu Skin: Nu Skin Enterprises has come out with a new galvanic device. AgeLOC Galvanic Body Spa will treat cellulite with a pulsating galvanic current . It is unlike the other AgeLOC galvanic spas in that this new model is only for the body. It will tone, firm loose skin and can be done at home. Specifically can treat backs of arms, belly, thighs and buttock. Suggested regimen is 3x a week for 5-10 minutes a day.
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