After Cellulite Treatment Care
Your cellulite removal at Cellulite Treatments By Sia does not end with your series of treatments. To maximise your results, Cellulite Treatments By Sia will also recommend some after treatment care.
Cellulite Treatments By Sia’s after treatment care recommendations
After 8-10 cellulite treatment sessions, your results should last around 6-12 months, and you may need one or two touch-up sessions annually to maintain your results. Of course, how long your results last will depend on your lifestyle, and not following our recommendations could mean you will need more frequent touch up sessions or you will need them earlier than anticipated.
One of the main causes of cellulite is a build up of toxins in our systems, which get stored in our fat deposits. For long-lasting cellulite reduction, Cellulite Treatment By Sia recommends a general anti cellulite diet that eliminates unnecessary sodium, preservatives, and toxins, such as alcohol and cigarettes, from your diet. Basically, try to eat food that is as close to its natural state as possible, like lots of fresh fruit and vegetables, and minimise your consumption of preservative-heavy food, like tinned food or preserved meats.
To aid the lymphatic system, we also recommend drinking at least two litres of fresh water daily and cutting down on soft drinks, tea and coffee, and, in particular, on drinks containing artificial additives and sweeteners. Following this simple cellulite diet will ensure your system functions as it was meant to and does not get bogged down in toxins.
Regular exercise is key to keeping cellulite at bay by keeping your weight at an optimal level. Obviously, if you regain weight, you will also add to those fatty deposits we call cellulite! Cellulite Treatment By Sia does not recommend any specific ‘cellulite exercises’ as such, but rather a healthy eating and general exercise program, which keeps your weight steady and ensures your metabolism, and therefore your lymphatic system and circulation, is working at optimal levels.