How to get rid of cellulite during winter time
Want it or not, like it or not (most definitely NOT), no matter how many prayers we say, at some point of our lives, cellulite makes its appearance and gives up pretty hard. Our beautiful and perfect skin is taken away from us by this wretched condition.
During winter time, more than in any other season, we tend to forget about it, but the results that we see in the spring usually cause a terrible depression. So just because you don't see it that often being wrapped in clothes doesn't mean that it's going away. Address the cellulite problem no matter what the season is.
How to prevent cellulite in every season
Let's learn together how to treat cellulite during winter time so that by the time that summer comes, we can proudly expose our glowing and healthy skin.
Eating essentials for treating cellulite
Winter diets are usually lower in vitamins and minerals, due to the fact that fresh fruit and vegetables are not so readily available. This will trigger and even worsen cellulite. "Unfortunately, during winter time we tend to eat a less healthy diet than we do in the summer. Eating fast food and pastry products seems more attractive at this time, but it's also going to not only look unhealthier but feel unhealthier too. This is why we might even see that by the time winter has ended we've put on some serious weight, body fat and that dreaded cottage cheese look has worsen and of course we start hating ourselves for that."says plastic surgeon, Began Woods.
This is why it's important not to forget to feed ourselves properly during winter time. Eat as many vegetables as possible even in the cold season and add some portions of fruit and fruit stews, preferably unsweetened because added sugar will increase our chances of developing some nasty health issues and will also bring no benefit to the health of our skin.
Fluids are more important than we think
As with food, drinking fresh juices and water is one other thing that we lack during winter time. Unfortunately, many of us associate drinking fluids only with high temperatures. Wrong, totally wrong. Sure, during summer we sweat more and therefore the need for water is greater, however, during winter, water should also remain our trusted friend. Our fluid intake or lack of fluid intake is directly responsible with the appearance of cellulite. So don't just think that by not sweating you don't need to drink plenty of water.
Cellulite massage stimulates blood and lymphatic circulation, enabling us to eliminate toxins and water retention in the tissues. In addition to the direct benefit of the unsightly appearance of the orange peel skin, cellulite message has direct benefits on the skin making it firmer and more elastic. If done in the proper way, the results of a cellulite massage can be seen even after only a few sessions. Of course, you can do your own cellulite massage in the comfort of your home, but the results will probably won't be so quick as if it were done by a professional massage therapist.
Mesotherapy is a treatment done in the doctor's office and represents a “cocktail” of different remedies. This treatment that helps us with many conditions includes vitamins, minerals, natural plant extracts, amino acids, hyaluronic acid, lipolytic substances, conventional medicine and alternative medicine methods that penetrate the barrier of the corneum layer by directly injecting those substances in the dermis/subcutanuous tissue or, more recently, through electroporation.
With this technique the level of substance diffusion is increased (up to 90-95 % in the dermis and 65-70 % in the subcutaneous fatty tissue) due to the"opening" of some electrical "doors"("electric pores"), triggered by the emission of radio frequency electrical impulses sent through a hand guided piece of equipment that performs a gentle massage on the treated area", explains the plastic surgeon.