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Cellulite Reduction Tools

In-order to evaluate the different cellulite reduction tools and their path of affectivity, it is important to understand the cause and anatomy of cellulite. The different available cellulite solutions use different approaches and technologies to achieve a reduction in cellulite appearance. Unfortunately, no cellulite reduction tool available in the market can totally eliminate cellulite and in addition, treatment results are best when the protocol involves combination of different technologies and a holistic approach that combines lifestyle changes with treatments.

Most cellulite reduction tools work by either mechanical massage or thermal heating of the cellulite affected area; some devices deploy a combination of technologies that apply mechanical massage along with thermal heating.  In addition, there are different classifications of cellulite reduction tools, some are home use devices that can be used by the patient in the comfort of their home; others are approved for use by aestheticians and some by medical professionals only.

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Stretch Marks Treatments by TriPollar

Stretch marks appear on the body in many different places for a variety of reasons. When a person grows or gains weight really quickly (like during puberty or pregnancy), that person may get fine lines on the body called stretch marks. Although the skin is usually fairly elastic, when it's overstretched, the dermis, the middle layer of the skin, is stretched to a point where its elasticity begins to break down, microscopic bleeding occurs along with tissue inflammation which gives us the raised reddish purple look of newly formed stretch marks. Over time the marks fade to a silvery white color that is a few shades lighter than the natural skin tone.

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Goodbye cellulite - hello gorgeous thighs

“Goodbye cellulite” is something we women, want to say but usually don’t know how to put it into action.


How many times did you hear about great ways to eliminate your cellulite, and believed it? You probably heard about creams, serums, lymphatic massages, special nutrition and many other treatments. Cellulite is a fatty deposit causing a dimpled appearance particularly around the thighs and buttocks. It is not related to obesity and is found on skinny and overweight women alike. Cellulite is a condition that about 80% of women around the world suffer from. It is hard to find women who are not concerned about their cellulite. Unfortunately, however, the causes of cellulite are poorly understood. Some point to hormonal factors and genetics, others refer to metabolism and blood flow, exercise and food.

Apart from cellulite improvement tips to stop smoking, drink a lot of water, exercise and de-stress, there are many claimed “Goodbye Cellulite” treatments that are available on the market today:


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Skin Peeling: choose the best one for you

Skin peeling is one of the most popular techniques for skin rejuvenation these days. Skin peeling is a treatment used to improve and smooth the texture of the skin. This treatment usually causes dead skin to peel off and new cells to form, leaving the skin smoother and with fewer wrinkles. Facial peeling treatments usually help in improving wrinkles, pigmentation, scars, acne scars, spots and gaining an overall rejuvenated fresh look. It can also dramatically improve blood and lymphatic flow.

There are 3 main kinds of skin peeling available in the market today:
1. Mechanical peeling
2. Chemical peeling
3. Laser peeling

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About Cellulite

As the fat cells move into upper layers of the skin and enlarge, they push through the connecting fibers, which stay the same size, causing the dimpling effect on the outer skin.

TriPollar treatments improve cellulite appearance by selectively heating the fat cells in both the deep and superficial layers of the skin, causing them to secrete liquid fat and shrink in size. The heating also increases the blood circulation in the area, accelerating metabolism that physically helps the lymphatic system dispose of the fatty acids naturally.

About Aging Skin

 As you age, your skin’s collagen and elastin – which are proteins that keep your skin tight – break down faster. As your skin loses elasticity, you may develop wrinkles and fine lines, including crow’s feet, shadows between your nose and the corners of your mouth, and your skin may appear to look more tired and dull.

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Anti-Aging Skincare Treatments

Learn about how modern technology has revolutionized skincare anti-aging treatments.

Throughout the ages, various anti-aging skincare remedies have been developed. The Ancient Egyptians made soothing facial masks out of Fenugreek seeds (Hilbeh in Arabic), as well as bullock's bile, whipped ostrich eggs, olive oil, dough and resin mixed with milk. The search for effective anti-aging skincare remedies has continued until the present day.

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About Fat Reduction

Despite your best efforts to diet and exercise, you may still suffer from bothersome fat deposits and bulges, caused by fat cells that enlarge and change the body’s contour and shape. In women much of this fat accumulates in the abdomen, hips, waist and buttocks, whereas in men it is most apparent in the abdomen, “love handles,” chest and buttocks.

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Face-lifting and SMAS

SMAS is an acronym which, when used in the context of the aesthetic industry, stands for: Superficial Muscular Aponeurotic System. Aponeurotic is defined as “A sheet-like fibrous membrane, resembling a flattened tendon that serves as a fascia to bind muscles together or as a means of connecting muscle to bone.” (The Free Dictionary).

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Body muscle and weight loss

Body muscle, though often overlooked, is an important aspect of permanent weight loss and optimal lifestyle.

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Treatment of Fine Wrinkles

Treating fine wrinkles early is the best way to fight the signs of aging.

As skin ages, there is an increase in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, crow's feet, frown lines etc. The primary factor behind aging skin is a decrease in the amount of collagen fibers. Collagen fibers are key structural components of the skin which are responsible for the skin's firmness and elasticity.

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Acne and Scars

Find out about the cause of acne, why does acne scar the skin, and what can be done to treat acne and improve the appearance of scarred skin.

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Stretch Mark Removal by Laser

Stretch marks removal by laser – a new technology for beautiful skin

Stretch marks, also referred to as striae in scientific terms, refers to a form of skin scarring associated with obesity, short term weight gain, pregnancy and puberty. Stretch marks are especially common on the thighs, hips, abdomen, lower back, buttocks, and arms. Stretch marks are formed when the dermis layer of the skin – the layer responsible for maintaining the skin's elasticity and shape – is stretched beyond its ability. The connective fibers within the dermis layer break, and collagen production ceases, leading to scar formation.

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TCA Peel

Find out about the indications for use of TCA peels, the treatment process and the probable side effects.

TCA peel is a chemical peel that is based on Trichloroacetic acid as the active ingredient.
It is considered a medium to deep peel (depends on the concentration of the TCA) and is one of the gold standards for treatment of various skin conditions and for rejuvenating aging skin. TCA peel is used in different concentrations from as low as 10% to as high as 50% - The higher the concentration, the deeper the peel. When used correctly, TCA peel may produce a reduction of shallow wrinkles, improvement of mild acne scars, fade sun and age discolorations, along with a general improvement of skin appearance.

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