Cellulite: Massaging As a Solution
Cellulite – a word which for many women evokes a certain uneasiness or feeling of anxiety. Every year, particularly around the warmer months when it’s comfortable to wear shorts or a bikini, this condition becomes a heightened topic of concern. The good news is that a solution does exist if you do have this condition.
Cellulite is the concentration of fat deposits which push against connective tissues and create a dimpling or lumpy appearance on the surface of the skin. This condition is one of the most common in the world, with an estimated 80 to 90 percent of women likely to experience cellulite at some point in their life. It also continues to be a forefront leader in relation to women’s beauty concerns and consumers relentlessly seek ways to reduce its appearance or get rid of it altogether.
As most of North America continues to encounter winter conditions, there is still plenty of time to get ahead of the summer months and discover effective methods of targeting cellulite to help you become more comfortable in your own skin – literally.
One method used to combat cellulite is massage therapy. This non-invasive method is also one of the least expensive options in comparison to others which can costs thousands of dollars and may be more invasive in nature. Massaging works to reduce the appearance of cellulite by improving lymphatic drainage and helping to stretch your tissue. Repeat massaging is key, as massaging only once will not be enough to see results.
Many beauty and wellness companies continue to target cellulite. Beurer is launching its Cellulite ReleaZer within the next few weeks to provide women with a more cost effective and non-invasive method of reducing the appearance of cellulite from the comfort of their own homes. The massage tool has three vibration levels and two massage functions which will aid in the overall process.
Women want to feel confident and at ease with their bodies, so it’s important to be comfortable in your own skin whether you have cellulite or not. But if you do have cellulite, take comfort knowing that you aren’t alone and there are options available for you.