3 tips to reduce localized fat deposits

    Localized adiposity is, together with cellulite, one of the most hated blemishes by us women. It is fat located in specific areas such as hips, thighs, abdomen, calves, arms and glutes which, often, is not only caused by an overweight situation but can also depend on hereditary factors, an incorrect lifestyle or specific medications.

    Many people who suffer from this problem also manifest an altered microcirculation which causes a reduction in the oxygenation of the underlying tissues.

    In recent years, professional aesthetics and aesthetic medicine have developed various effective treatments to reduce localized adiposity; at the same time the analysis technology has also evolved which, thanks to contact thermography, has made it possible to examine and classify these problems in the best possible way.

    The thermographic analysis, through the use of special liquid crystal plates, allows to have a high-definition color image, which reflects the situation of the underlying tissues: in this way it is possible to distinguish soft from hardened adiposity.

    We are talking about an analysis that is totally free of contraindications, non-invasive and which can be performed by anyone in an easy, fast and comfortable way.

    Once the condition has been analyzed, it is possible to choose the most suitable treatment such as, for example, anti-fat radiofrequency, infrared and cryolipolysis.

    Radiofrequency exploits the heating action of radio waves to act on the lymphatic system and microcirculation, stimulating them and triggering a firming effect on the tissues. Fat cells break down and they are then expelled from our body via lymphatic drainage.

    Infrared technology works through heating principle too but uses infrared laser rays that act, in a localized way, on the most radicalized fat. The toning and reducing action gives the possibility to improve the condition of blemishes and to reduce subcutaneous fat.

    Cryolipolysis, on the other hand, uses an inverse principle, that one of freezing. Through a special handpiece, the areas to be treated are brought to temperatures close to zero: in this way a cellular apoptosis process will be established which will lead to the death of fat cells with subsequent elimination through our lymphatic system.

    Regarding the 3 treatments, the results will be visible within a few weeks (also because the activated process will continue for a long time), therefore it is advisable to monitor progress, session after session, using thermographic analysis.

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