How can I get rid of cellulite?

There are several ways to eliminate cellulite and get rid of cellulite symptoms. Non-invasive alternatives include losing weight, applying topical creams and lotions and undergoing professional treatments such as massage and collagen stimulation. These alternatives aim to treat the condition only superficially by working at the skin’s surface going some way to reduce cellulite symptoms, but are unable to fully eliminate cellulite or get rid of cellulite completely.

We recommend minimally invasive laser techniques such as Cellulaze or Smart Lipo if you want to fully remove cellulite:

  • Losing weight: dieting and exercise combats cellulite by reducing the number of fat cells in the body. But fat cells themselves are only half of the equation. If your skin elasticity isn’t restored simultaneously the overall effect can be sagging which make the bumps look worse.

  • Topical solutions: the easiest of all the solutions but the most temporary in terms of results. Caffeine is typically leveraged as an active ingredient to make the bumps look smoother, or else Vitamin A derivatives are used to thicken the outer layer of the skin.

  • Professional Treatments: massage and suction techniques are used to boost circulation and stimulate collagen production. You’ll probably need about six sessions to start seeing your results. You can expect to see a 50% reduction of symptoms at best.

  • Invasive Treatments: Cadogan Clinic also offer invasive treatments such as Smart Lipo which require local anaesthesia and involve the removal of the fat cells following rupturing by laser. This solution achieves the most permanent and long-lasting results.

To find out more about the full spectrum of ways to eliminate cellulite at Cadogan Clinic, please feel free to enquire by phone or email and speak to one of our specialist advisors.

Related FAQs:

Related Treatments

Related Consultants

Related News

Looking for the best clinic, dermatologist or breast surgeon?

Looking for the best clinic, dermatologist or breast surgeon?

The Cadogan Clinic and our leading team of consultants feature…

Considering a Rhinoplasty? Cadogan's Surgeons featured in Glamour

Considering a Rhinoplasty? Cadogan's Surgeons featured in Glamour

Glamour magazine feature two Consultant Plastic Surgeons…

Should we opt for sunshine or supplements to get our daily vitamin D?

Should we opt for sunshine or supplements to get our daily vitamin D?

Dr Susan Mayou, Consultant Dermatologist at the Cadogan…

The Mandelic Peel Reviewed by My Beauty Matches

The Mandelic Peel Reviewed by My Beauty Matches

The editor of My Beauty Matches, a website dedicated to…

Dr Zamani’s Cryo Facial in the Daily Mail

Dr Zamani’s Cryo Facial in the Daily Mail

There are numerous non-surgical treatments available for…

All You Need to Know About Cosmetic Dermatology

All You Need to Know About Cosmetic Dermatology

The UK beauty industry is one of the fastest growing sectors…

Colloidal Silver – The Latest Beauty Craze

Colloidal Silver – The Latest Beauty Craze

There has been much scrutiny over the “predatory” plastic…

Winter Skin Health

Winter Skin Health

Consultant Dermatologist Dr Catherine Borysiewicz was featured…

“Try Before You Buy” Cadogan Clinic’s Crisalix technology in the media

“Try Before You Buy” Cadogan Clinic’s Crisalix technology in the media

Many technological advances are being made to empower consumers…

Aesthetics Awards Accolade for the Cadogan Clinic

Aesthetics Awards Accolade for the Cadogan Clinic

We are absolutely delighted to have been awarded Highly…

Mimi Bouchard’s Breast Augmentation Journey at The Cadogan Clinic

Mimi Bouchard’s Breast Augmentation Journey at The Cadogan Clinic

Mimi Bouchard, star of television series Made in Chelsea,…

Dr John Ferguson shares his Top Tips For Sun Protection

Dr John Ferguson shares his Top Tips For Sun Protection

Always remember that successfully protecting yourself from…