Acupuncture Services For Cellulite

What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is a term used to describe areas of lumpy, irregular fatty deposits that manifest as dimpled skin primarily on women’s hips, buttocks, and thigh areas. It appears in 90% of post-adolescent women and is rarely seen in men. Contrary to popular belief, cellulite is caused by obesity, since it occurs in overweight, normal, and thin women. Cellulite can be caused by certain foods, use of tobacco, lack of physical activity, and often it is hereditary.

Acupuncture for Cellulite

According to Chinese Theory, Cellulite is caused by a deficiency in spleen energy, thereby causing poor digestive function, and can result in weight gain as well as cellulite in the skin. Acupuncture is a natural and safe way to improve the appearance of cellulite, a condition that affects physical appearance but affects deep layers of a person’s skin tissue. Though the use of topical creams, such as Nivea Cellulite Serum, can be beneficial, they do not effectively target the root cause of the issue. Acupressure services invent from the chinese history which were used for treatment of patients.

By promoting the increase of blood circulation in these problem areas, Acupuncture allows for toxins to be released which perpetuate fatty deposits, known as Cellulite. Combined with Acupressure and cupping massage treatments, Cellulite is minimized, if not eliminated, and overall skin firmness and appearance is significantly improved. It is important to maintain a healthy diet and regular exercise alongside receiving treatment, as certain foods can increase your chances for cellulite.

  • Helps eliminate the dimpled appearance caused to skin.
  • Smoothes, firms, and tightens the skin.
  • Targets problem areas, such as hips, buttocks and thighs.
  • Prevents and promotes the elimination of cellulite and fat deposits.
  • Increases blood circulation to improve texture and muscle tone.

Treatment plans vary per patient, and regular maintenance is required to attain long-term results. Some patients may experience temporary local bruising, though this is not common.

Pricing: One Hour Session

$65/ session, includes: Acupuncture+ Cupping

$65/ session, includes: Acupuncture+ Acupressure