Cellulite, which is the nightmare of women, is a general concept that describes the irregular appearance of skin and adipose tissue that looks like orange peel on the skin and is accompanied by dimples. It can be defined as a regional metabolic disorder of subcutaneous adipose tissue in the thigh region, hip and abdominal region, which is often observed especially in women. But it should definitely not be confused with obesity or obesity.

It is believed that there are many factors that cause cellulite. Cellulites; chronic venous (blood pressure in the veins) can be accompanied by insufficiency and varicose veins. In this case, thin and thick capillary cracks appear on the skin. It is an undeniable fact that blood and lymphatic circulation disorders cause cellulite. For this reason, part of the treatment applied is the fight against circulatory disorders. In addition, the role of hormonal factors that cause the formation of cellulite is also undisputed. Estrogen is one of the most important hormones in the initial onset, onset and progression of cellulite. For this reason, cellulite occurs most often in women; it begins immediately after puberty and increases during pregnancy, menstruation and menopause.

How is Cellulite Diagnosed?
Cellulite is quite easy to recognize and diagnose. Early onset cellulites are not visible when viewed from the outside, bumps form when the skin is compressed. Treatment is easier when diagnosed at an early stage. The problem will be solved early with simple measures to be applied.In more advanced cases of cellulite, the skin in the abdominal, hip, arm and leg areas has an irregular and orange peel shape. While it is soft at first, it becomes harder and nodular over time, and it becomes difficult to treat.

For this reason, the diagnosis of cellulite is easy in the last stream. A diagnosis can be easily made by seeing it with the eyes or by seeing the bumps that form on the skin when it is checked and squeezed manually.

What Causes Cellulite?
Among the biggest factors causing cellulite formation are heredity (genetic predisposition), irregular eating habits (alcohol, coffee, smoking), pregnancy, posture disorders, circulatory disorders, constipation, causes related to hormonal factors and medications used can increase cellulite……………..Dec…………….. If we sort them into substances, we will;
In addition, if you are living a sedentary and sports-free life, or if you start exercising from time to time and stop soon, it will be quite difficult for you to think of a cellulite-free life.

Posture disorders, diseases related to blood and lymph circulation, which are one of the triggering factors of cellulite, can initiate cellulite or increase its degree.
Cellulite lesions become very difficult during the treatment process because they become harder and nodular over time, while they are soft at the beginning.
Due to cellulite and obesity, it causes posture disorders, varicose veins, fatigue very quickly, back pain, sagging and cracking of the skin over time.
How Is Cellulite Treatment Done With Mesotherapy?
In the treatment of cellulite with mesotherapy, the mesoderm layer of the skin, the dermis and the hypodermis?when cellulite treatment is aimed, which is considered appropriate to be performed by applying numerous and small amounts of injections through very small needle tips, the results give more positive results than many treatments performed in this area.Applications are made with a break of 5 days at the earliest unless your doctor Decrees otherwise. It is a short procedure that takes approximately 30 to 40 minutes. Dec.After application, there may be bruising on sensitive skin and injection sites that encounter capillaries under the skin. On the day of application, one should not go out in the sun, any medication should not be applied and skin care should not be done. Although rarely, pimples and abscesses or drug allergies may occur in the area where the injection was made. The doctor should definitely ask if there is a drug allergy beforehand. There are no bathroom restrictions in any way after the application.

In terms of being healthier, a good mesotherapy application should be about 10 sessions. However, treatment can be terminated because visual appreciation is a special case for a person. There is no harm in applying mesotherapy again to people with too much cellulite after a short Decrement period. Every session is benefited, but it is 4 to 5 that people express that they are fine with their own observations.it happens from the session onwards.

Since the medicinal substances given to a person during mesotherapy treatment are excreted from the body through the intestines and kidneys, defecation becomes easier, especially in patients with intestinal problems, which is a separate reason for happiness, especially for people with weight problems.Walking for about 1 hour a day after mesotherapy treatment should not be neglected for the result to be obtained from the application, approximately 2 to 2.5 liters of water should be consumed per day. Beauty and radiance also appear visibly on the skin, as clean blood circulation becomes easier in the tissue that gets rid of cellulite. Jul.The last word to be said after these is that mesotherapy is never a method of weight loss.Therefore, people who apply the above-mentioned considerations during the applied sessions will get rid of fat and cellulite problems, and of course they will lose weight and lose weight. Following the recommendations listed above is actually extremely necessary for a healthy life. It should definitely be remembered that if the recommendations are not taken into account, the recurrence of cellulite will also be inevitable.

What is Mesotherapy?
Mesotherapy for the first time Dr. It is a medical treatment method introduced by Pistor for treatment in 1952. The treatment of diseases with this technique has started to be used in many countries, especially France, for aesthetic purposes, as intended by the physician. Cellulite complaints and hair loss are still successfully treated today with mesotherapy technique.

To Whom Can Cellulite Treatment Not be Applied?
To patients with heart failure.
To people with liver and kidney disease.
To patients with high blood pressure.
For those who have an inguinal hernia.
It is not applied to pregnant women.
Diabetes patients, provided that they are under the supervision of a physician.
For those with varicose veins.