Most women will experience some form of cellulite, whether it be mild or more severe. Cellulite looks like dimpled skin, and is typically found in the thigh and buttocks area. Although it’s often associated with being overweight, even very lean and slim people are affected by cellulite, since it’s often genetic. According to the Mayo Clinic, “Cellulite is caused by fibrous connective cords that tether the skin to the underlying muscle, with the fat lying between. As fat cells accumulate, they push up against the skin, while the long, tough cords pull down. This creates an uneven surface or dimpling.” Cellulite has no medical repercussions, so treatment is completely optional and are considered aesthetic. That said, the appearance of smooth skin makes a lot of men and women much more confident, which is why cellulite treatment is so popular! What…


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If you struggle with uneven skin pigmentation, whether it be from rosacea or sun spots, and have been looking for a treatment, you may have stumbled across LimeLight photo rejuvenation therapy. LimeLight photo rejuvenation treatments get many rave reviews from clients for a few key reasons: The treatments are very fast The treatment is not very invasive, making for a short recovery time The side effects are very minimal Only a few treatments are usually necessary Results are typically long lasting So what exactly is LimeLight photo rejuvenation? LimeLight photo rejuvenation is a light-based treatment used to eliminate sun damage, dark spots from aging, and redness. It works by penetrating the skin, but doesn’t cause any visible wounding to the skin which makes it a less-invasive alternative to chemical peels. The device used during LimeLight facials actually produces a wavelength…


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Tattoos have been around for hundreds, even thousands of years. Once viewed as a sign of anarchy or rebellion, they’re now considered to be mainstream in many cultures. In fact, in certain demographics, number of people with “inked skin” significantly out numbers those without tattoos. Perhaps one of the reasons for this prevalence is that these days tattoos don’t require as much commitment as they did in the past. Although they were once viewed an irreversible permanent marking, advanced technology now allows the removal of tattoos which is undoubtedly reassuring for a lot of people. The History of Tattoo Removal Professional modern tattoo removal has been around for almost half a century, although records of ancient methods for removing permanent ink from skin do exist. It’s said that in ancient days, a resin from a tree called Terebinth was rubbed…


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