Cellulite. Just the word can make many of us cringe. This skin condition that creates a dimpled, 'cottage cheese' appearance is more common than you might think, especially in the buttock area. But why does cellulite seem to favor this part of the body? And more importantly, what can be done about it? In this blog post, we'll explore these questions and shed light on two promising treatments: ultrasonic cavitation and radio frequency.
Why Cellulite Prefers Buttocks
Cellulite develops when fat cells accumulate and push against the skin while the fibrous bands connecting skin to muscle pull down. This tug-of-war results in the puckering effect we know as cellulite. The buttocks, being a primary fat storage area, is particularly prone to cellulite. Hormones, genetics, and lifestyle can all contribute to its development and severity.