You don’t have to be extremely overweight to justify your concerns about a little extra body fat, or to seek professional treatments which maybe aren’t as invasive as a tummy tuck surgery but which still provide cellulite removal results. In fact, a recent poll shows that about 56% of Americans want to lose weight, while only 18% state they want to lose “a lot of weight.”
Let’s get one thing out of the way first: when it comes to cellulite removal treatments — or any weight loss program for that matter — it’s always important to consult your doctor before starting any major treatments or procedures.
But if you’ve been trying to lose some weight for a while and you feel like you’re just stuck, here are a couple tips that can help you out:
- Turn down the temperature. It might sound too simple to be true, but there’s actually a very scientific reason why people can lose weight easier when they’re in cooler environments: because the body has to produce extra heat to stay warm, the metabolism runs at a faster rate to break down nutrients in food and provide that extra energy. Weight loss experts generally recommend turning down the thermostat by a few degrees at night while you sleep.
- Consider cryolipolysis treatments. Cryolipolysis treatments are non-invasive and allow you to eliminate excess cellulite in targeted areas. When you receive a cryolipolysis treatment, a specialist will use fat freezing technology to freeze fat cells, without harming your skin at all, and these frozen (i.e., dead) cells are slowly and naturally removed by the body. The procedure itself is very simple, there’s virtually no recovery time, and the results last for a long time.
Keep in mind that these are just tips to help anyone who is actively seeking weight loss solutions and is dedicated to maintaining a healthy lifestyle, including healthy foods and plenty of exercise. These tips won’t necessarily produce major cellulite removal results, but they’ve definitely helped out many people who just need a little extra nudge to lose those last few pounds!