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Cellulite is a very common skin concern experienced by many women. It usually occurs on the upper thighs and bum, and it’s characterised by a dimply, uneven appearance.

Cellulite is harmless and it is more common as you age. It is estimated that around 90% of women have cellulite and only 10% of men.

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What Causes: Cellulite

Cellulite is caused by an increase in your body’s fat cells. In women, most of your fat cells are concentrated around your thighs, abdomen, hips and bum. When fat cells increase they rise to the surface to give this dimpled appearance. How much cellulite you have is also dependent on the thickness of your skin, your hereditary makeup, your age, and the percentage of fat in your body.

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Cellulite Treatment

Cellulite has long been the skin condition many women have wanted to treat, but it’s only recently that real advances in technology have enabled this to happen. At Este we can discuss the treatment options available to you.

Visia Digital Skin Analysis

Visia Digital Skin Analysis

When we use the Visia Digital Skin Analysis to assess your skin, we are using a tool that allows us to see deep below the surface layer of your skin and detect a multiple of potential concerns. This advanced technology allows us to pick up on issues such as spots, wrinkles, texture, pores, UV spots, scars, red areas, porphyrins and more.

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