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cellulite reduction treatments

More than 80% of women over the age of 20, regardless of their weight or size, are affected by cellulite and exercise resistant fat. Cellulite appears as dimpling of the skin over the buttocks, thighs, and legs. The dimpling is believed to be caused by fibrous tissue that pulls, causing the fat cells to bulge in between.


Regular exercise, a healthy diet and maintaining a healthy weight contribute to toning the muscles and keeping excess fat to a minimum. Although there is no cure for cellulite, there are treatments to help manage and minimize the appearance of cellulite.

Euro Charm Skincare & Body Clinic is excited to offer a variety of cellulite reduction therapy treatments that are effective and affordable.  By carefully combining the above mentioned internationally recognized techniques and cutting edge technologies; we have developed a combination of non-invasive cellulite treatments that are bringing lipo-cellulite reduction results to a whole new level. A highly professional team assesses every patient and an appropriate combination treatment together with long term maintenance program is recommended. Our ultimate goal is to achieve consistent and successful results with minimal downtime and discomfort for our clients.






Non-invasive body sculpting technology.


LPG by Endermologie

Dedicated to localized fat, cellulite, and contours. 


Lipo Laser

Fat reduction and body contouring.



Non-surgical fat reduction procedure.


Titan Skin Tightening

Deep dermal heating smoothes dimples & improves skin texture.


Venus Freeze

Non-surgical body contouring, cellulite reduction.


Cellulite can be defined as a medical disorder observed at microscopic changes within the skin. These invisible changes manifest later after puberty as dimples. Cellulite is caused by skin that has deteriorated to a point that buoyant fat cells are able to push into the dermis, the middle layer of the skin, and show through the surface as unsightly lumps and bumps.

One plausible explanation - which also explains why very few men suffer from cellulite - is based on the composition and behavior of women's fat cells and the connective tissue that holds them in place. Very simply, a woman's connective tissue is very inflexible, so as females gain weight their fat cells expand, and tend to bulge upwards towards the surface of the skin, giving the classic orange-peel appearance of cellulite. The bands of fat cells in females is also placed in vertical bands, making the dimples more obvious and unsightly. In men, not only is there generally less fat on the thighs, but also the outer skin is thicker and thus obscures what is happening to any surplus fat below. The placement of the cells is also in more diagonal patterns, thus making it quite hard to see visible dimples in the skin.


The causes of cellulite are poorly understood, and several changes in metabolism or physiology may cause cellulite or contribute to cellulite.

  • Among these is a disorder of water metabolism, abnormal hyper-polymerization of the connective tissue and chronic venous insufficiency which at Body Renewal is treated with a combination of Carboxytherapy and various Radio Frequency treatments (see below).

  • Hormones play a dominant role in the formation of cellulite. Oestrogen is the most important hormone as it seems to initiate and aggravate cellulite. Other hormones including insulin, adrenaline, noradrenaline, thyroid hormone and prolactin have all been shown to participate in the development of cellulite.

  • Poor circulation or impaired blood circulation and lymphatic drainage have been shown to aggravate the production of cellulite.

  • Diet has been shown to affect the development and amount of cellulite. Excessive amounts of fat, carbohydrates, salt, or too little fiber can all contribute to increased production of cellulite.

  • Smoking, lack of exercise, fatty/starchy foods, and sitting or standing in a single position for long periods have all been correlated with an increase in cellulite.

  • A highly stressed lifestyle will cause an increase in the catecholamine hormones such as adrenaline and noradrenaline which have been shown to participate in the development of cellulite.

  • Within the last 40-50 years, women went from loose underwear around the thighs to tight underwear going across the middle of the buttock. Underwear that has tight elastic across the buttock limits blood flow, encouraging cellulite to form. Wearing thongs, boy shorts, or sleeping naked can reduce the impact underwear plays on cellulite's development.

Classification of Cellulite


Grade 1 - No clinical symptoms, but there are anatomical changes seen under the microscope.

In this case, the patient cannot visibly see the cellulite with the naked eye.


Grade 2 - The skin shows paleness, lower temperature, and decreased elasticity after compression or muscular contraction. There is no visible "orange peel" roughness to the skin. Additional anatomical changes are detected by microscopic examination.


Grade 3 - Visible "orange peel" roughness to the skin is visible at rest. This is the "canonical" grade of cellulite. Thin granulations in the deep levels of the skin can be detected by palpitation. All Grade 2 signs are present, with further anatomical changes, detectable under the microscope.

Grade 4 - All Grade 3 symptoms are present, with more visible, palpable, and painful lumps present which adhere to deep structures in the skin. The skin has a noticeable dimpled, wavy appearance. Additional microscopic changes are detected. Grade 4 Cellulite is constantly visible to the patient (regardless of whether the patient is sitting, standing or lying down).

Collections of fat and layers of cellulite located in the most inconvenient locations can ruin your best efforts at looking good. They can dramatically affect how you feel about yourself and your appearance; especially when you head for the beach...

Cellulite is a progressive condition and if not treated can become a major stumbling block to self-esteem and a healthy body. The best treatment is early intervention. Any treatment on its own can make a big difference, but... Cellulite has different forms and grades and thus success at combating cellulite needs a combination of treatments that include lymphatic drainage, reduction of fat cells, stretching of connective tissue and collagen stimulation. The application of good, circulation stimulating products is also extremely beneficial.




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