Cellulite

Cellulite, aka orange-peel skin or cottage cheese skin, is the term used to describe the formation of lumps and dimples in the skin. Cellulite can affect both women and men but it tends to be more common in women, due to the different distribution of fat, muscles and connective tissues. The exact cause of cellulite is unknown, although it is thought that genetics, hormones, age and dietary factors may play a role.

At Medisthetik, we offer one main treatment option for the treatment of cellulite in the leg and buttock area. We do offer other options such as carboxy treatments but that is only for small areas. Please call for a complimentary consultation to see how we can best help you .

Treatment Options

LPG/ Endermologie

During an Endermologie / Lipomassage, rollers massage your leg and buttocks area, giving you a deep, intense skin and fascia massage. This jump starts many regenerative processes in the body, such as improved blood flow to the skin. 

The network of fascia is gently stretched, which promotes fresh and new collagen and elastin production, which tones and sculpts the body. Lymphatic drainage improves, which promotes the elimination of metabolic toxins from the skin and encourages the body’s natural fat elimination process to actually shrink fat cells, thus not only reducing dress size and helping to sculpt the figure but also improving the look and feel of cellulite.

We recommend starting with 10 sessions and then re-evaluating to see if more sessions are needed or not, or if one session once per month is enough.

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We would like to invite you to contact us using one of the methods below, where one of our friendly and professional team will be pleased to book you in for a complementary consultation or to answer any questions you may have. 

MEDISTHETIK

practice for beauty
& aesthetic medicine

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Felix-Wankel-Strasse 41
70794 Filderstadt
Germany
P 0711 – 90 77 28 90
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