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Fat Reduction Treatment in Kent

Fat Reduction

People often struggle with problem areas of fat that are difficult to lose through diet and exercise alone. In these cases, non-surgical fat reduction treatments are beneficial. They can reduce the appearance of problems such as cellulite or belly bulges without surgery or the pain associated with other methods like liposuction or laser therapy.

Fat Reduction: Non-Surgical Solutions for Stubborn Body Fat

Non-surgical fat removal treatments are minimally invasive procedures that target specific areas of the body where fat deposits are most stubborn.  Fat removal treatments come in various forms and are a safe and effective alternative for those who want to reduce problematic areas of fat without resorting to surgery and restore confidence. In addition, this type of treatment is less invasive than traditional liposuction surgery, offering minimal downtime and quick results. 

Our experienced specialist offers a customised treatment plan for you which will eliminate fat by precisely targeting the specific areas of concern.

Treatments For Fat Reduction

Fat Reduction FAQs

What is the most effective treatment for cellulite?

A very effective treatment for cellulite is Radiofrequency body contouring. RF melts away fat and is particularly good at reducing cellulite. It also tightens the skin and a course of 8 sessions is usually required.

Treatment varies between individuals but a combination of a healthy lifestyle, and regular exercise, will also help to improve cellulite. Keep in mind, though, that no single method guarantees the complete elimination of cellulite, and maintaining results often requires ongoing effort.

Can you get rid of cellulite once you get it?

Yes, you can reduce the appearance of cellulite, but it may not be entirely eliminated. Incorporating a balanced diet, regular exercise, staying hydrated, and using massage or topical treatments can help improve skin texture. However, results may vary and maintaining these habits is essential for lasting improvement. Radiofrequency skin tightening and body countouring with help break down cellulite. Available at The Kent Aesthetics Clinic.

How to get rid of cellulite fast?

"To get rid of cellulite fast, follow these four steps:

Exercise regularly: Combine strength training and cardio to target muscles under cellulite-prone areas, and boost circulation and fat loss.

Eat a balanced diet: Focus on whole foods, lean proteins, and healthy fats. Limit processed foods, sugar, and salt to improve skin elasticity and reduce fat storage.

Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water to flush out toxins and improve skin appearance.

Massage and exfoliate: Use a body brush or anti-cellulite cream to stimulate blood flow, break down fat deposits, and smooth skin texture.

Radiofrequency body contouring: RF helps to break down fat cells and tighten the skin. Available at The Kent Aesthetics Clinic.

Lymphatic Drainage: Pressotherapy is a treatment that releases toxins in the body. It uses air by compression and decompression to stimulate the lymphatic system. It can help reduce cellulite. Available at The Kent Aesthetics Clinic."

Can cellulite on legs go away?

Yes, cellulite on legs can be reduced, though not entirely eliminated as cellulite can be hereditary. By adopting a healthy lifestyle with regular exercise, a balanced diet, and staying hydrated, one can improve the appearance of cellulite. However, it's important to remember that genetics also play a role, and complete eradication may not be achievable for everyone. Cellulite on legs can be reduced with RF, a treatment that breaks down fat cells.

Why is my cellulite so bad on my legs?

Cellulite on your legs may appear more severe due to factors like genetics, hormonal imbalances, poor circulation, and an unhealthy lifestyle. To improve its appearance, consider maintaining a balanced diet, staying hydrated, exercising regularly, and using targeted treatments like RF body contouring to help break down fat cells. Keep in mind that cellulite is natural and affects most people, so it's essential to focus on overall well-being and self-confidence too.

Why has my cellulite gotten so bad?

Cellulite may worsen due to factors like ageing, hormonal changes, weight gain, reduced collagen production, and poor circulation. To minimise its appearance, consider a balanced diet, regular exercise, staying hydrated, and using targeted treatments such as RF body contouring to help break down fat cells.

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