A research paper was published yesterday on a subject that touches many women, especially in today's fitness obsessed world. Many women make the mistake of exercising intensively AND dieting intensively at the same time. This study shows that this is a bad idea, at least for bone health, and especially for older women…
Dark chocolate has a reputation of being “healthy”, especially for the heart and especially in relation to milk chocolate and white chocolate. But does the hype stand to scrutiny? Here we present all the aspects of dark chocolate in relation to both health and appearance.
What surgeons don’t tell you: after liposuction and cellulite surgical procedures (normal lipo, liposculpture, vaser, smart lipo/laser lipo, bodytite, cellulaze, cellutite, profound RF) skin is often left with either fibrosis, unremoved fat lumps or skin looseness (saggy skin). Cellulite is typically also increased too. Learn more…
Everything you wanted to know about surgical and non-surgical bum lifts, minus the marketing BS: what are the causes of a droopy bottom, which are the best butt lift treatments, what is possible and what is pure marketing lies.
“It really works, you know…” If I got a pound every time I heard this phrase about various cellulite treatments, I would be a millionaire. The fact is that most cellulite treatments do not work. Read more…
Do avocados and olive oil help you reduce cellulite or do they increase it? Is all the hype justified? Let’s see how good or bad avocado is for your figure, and especially for cellulite, which is the subject of this entire blog.
If I had to put it in just ten words I would say “anything sugary, anything fried, too many carbs, too much fat” causes cellulite, not just on legs and butt, but on the stomach, arms and waist too. And there is good justification for that statement.
In most cases the phrase “to get rid of cellulite” is quite a misnomer. This is because established cellulite causes permanent changes in the connective tissue of the skin which cannot be completely eliminated, with any method…
It is a common question I am asked at the clinic: “Do men have cellulite?'“ or “Why do men not get cellulite?”. And my answer has always been that women develop cellulite because they have weaker connective tissue and larger fat cells, due to the effect of female hormones…
Most women today do not consume enough protein, because they were brainwashed for decades by “nutrition experts” and female magazine advice that “too much protein is bad for you” or that “humans need very little protein to build muscle and skin”. However,t hsi could not be more wrong…
Radiofrequency is widely accepted as being the most effective cellulite and skin tightening treatment available today. But how do you choose a radio frequency treatment among the hundreds on the market?
Acoustic wave therapy (AWT) has been hyped up for years by crafty marketers as a cellulite removal treatment. But do results agree with the hype? And what does science has to say? Learn the truth about AWT for cellulite.
Quinoa is a South American gluten-free grain that has become very popular in the last few years. One clever marketing idea is that “quinoa is protein”, meaning that quinoa is a food rich in protein. Is this correct? Let’s have a look at the facts.
Most women think that "too much protein is bad for you" and “your body needs very little protein”. However, these ideas are myths and media hype. Read the facts about protein and your skin in our extensive guide.
When doctors, dieticians and personal trainers were answered the question "When somebody loses weight, where does the fat go?", the vast majority of them answered that fat becomes energy, faeces or muscle, with all answers being wrong, of course…
You don’t need to suffer in the heat with tired, puffy, painful legs. Reduce water retention naturally this summer with our extensive list of 39 actionable tips, based on science and our two decades of experience.
This review is the result of our 19 years of specialisation and research in cellulite reduction and we hope it can be of help to you - you should definitely not have to spend 19 years to know what treatment is the best!
White fat tissue is known to store fat, making you, well, fat. Could you lose that fat by turning your white fat tissue a few shades darker, i.e turning it into "beige fat" or perhaps even “brown fat”?
Does smoking cause cellulite? Learn about the connection between smoking/vaping and dieting, fat accumulation, genetics and cellulite and what you can do to reduce cellulite, apart from quitting smoking, of course.
Supplement companies take advantage of the buzz about "good fats" to sell health-conscious but very misinformed consumers cheap oils they don’t need, at 10x times the price. Get the facts with our extensive guide.
Efficacy As with any medical / aesthetic treatment or skin product, results vary from person to person depending on lifestyle, genetics, state of health (how each individual body responds to treatment), so specific results cannot be guaranteed.
BTW, there is NO cellulite removal or long-term skin tightening/anti-ageing with one, two or even three sessions and there is neither 100% nor permanent cellulite removal/skin tightening/anti-ageing, with ANY technique, including ours, so we never make such misleading claims.
Safety Our treatments are 99.6% safe (with minor, temporary irritation occurring in the other 0.4% of treatments). However, as with any medical / aesthetic treatment or skin product, sensitivity vary from person to person and from time to time even on the same person, depending on lifestyle, genetics and state of health (how each individual body responds to treatment), so we cannot guarantee 100% safety.
Accuracy The information presented on this website is based on our interpretation of peer-reviewed research and/or our extensive 19-year experience and study in our field of specialisation, but it cannot be guaranteed 100% accurate or impartial.
Non-medical No information, treatments or products on this website aims to treat any medical condition or to provide/replace medical advice. Always consult your doctor.