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Introduction To Non-Surgical Treatments

Non-surgical cosmetic treatments are exceptionally popular today, and one thing they can assist with is the reduction of cellulite. Unfortunately, cellulite is something that plagues most women – approximately 85 per cent of females aged over 20 have it. So, what exactly is cellulite? Well, it’s all to do with septae, which is a network of connective-tissue strands that are underneath the skin. They have the purpose of holding fat in place. However, if the septae aren’t tightly woven together and strong, ripples are created on the skin’s surface, as fat bulges out between them. This is cellulite.

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There are a number of reasons why women are more likely to have cellulite than men. This includes the fact that hormones can impact the strength and size of the septae, women generally have thinner skin, and they have fewer and less tightly arranged septae. You may have heard that weight loss is the best solution for getting rid of cellulite, but this is not always the case. It depends on the elasticity of your skin, as ageing and hormones could result in your skin not being very resilient, meaning it could sag if you lose weight, which, unfortunately, can make the bumps look worse. This is why non-surgical cellulite treatments are recommended.

Another popular type of non-surgical treatment is dermal fillers. So, firstly, what are dermal fillers? Dermal fillers are used to effectively target wrinkles and deep lines. They can also restore sunken cheeks, fill hollows, and result in soft and smooth skin on the face. They are also referred to as collagen injections and hyaluronic injections, or cheek fillers for fillers targeting this area, and so on for fillers targeting different areas. So, if you want to look ten years younger, this is definitely the treatment for you.

What areas dermal fillers be used to treat? Well, you can have an eight-point lift, which includes your jaw, cheeks, tear trough, and mouth. Dermal fillers can also be used to fill in dents on your nose, sharpen your jaw, and fill Marionette lines, which are the lines from the corners of your mouth to the chin, as well as nasolabial lines, which are the lines between your nose and the corners of your mouth. Dermal lip fillers are also popular. As you may have gathered, the length of the treatment depends on the areas being treated. Nonetheless, it typically lasts around 30 minutes.

Once you have had dermal fillers, you can expect to see the results instantly. However, do be mindful that there will be some swelling and possible bruising. How long the results last for depends on a number of different factors, which will be explained to you throughout the consultation. However, the average results last between four and 18 months. This type of treatment causes mild discomfort at most, and recovery is quick, although you should not schedule an important event straight after the procedure.

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