By definition, cellulite is a cosmetic, localized skin condition that causes a dimpled appearance on the surface of the skin. The bumpy “orange peel” texture is a combination of expanding fat cells that bunch up underneath the skin and fibrous bands (septa) that run perpendicular to the surface of the skin. Enlarged fat cells create small bulges while the tight septa cause puckering.
Cellulite is not a disease, but rather a cosmetic skin condition that is very common, especially among women. The dimply skin condition generally affects certain areas of the abdomen, hips, legs, and buttocks. Many women complain of cellulite on the backs of the thighs.
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Recharg is a cryopreserved non-particulate allograft derived from umbilical cord blood. As a biological healing matrix, Recharg contains growth factors, cytokines, proteins, hyaluronic acid, extracellular matrix and viable cellular materials.
These cells have the ability to self-renew, release growth factors, and further develop into more specialized cells throughout the body. The regenerative components found in Recharg contribute to tissue homeostasis, anti-inflammatory responses, and antioxidant effects. Together, they offset negative environmental effects and may slow the effects of the naturally-occurring aging process.
Renyte is an acellular product derived from the Wharton’s Jelly of the umbilical cord. Wharton’s Jelly is a clear, gel-like tissue that contains up to fifty times more hyaluronic acid and growth factors than amniotic fluid, further increasing regenerative success. These higher concentrations of growth factors act as an anti-inflammatory to prevent cell death.
Renyte may be the best option for those with less serious injuries or for those who are interested in gaining a more youthful appearance.
Sourced from the Wharton’s Jelly of the umbilical cord, Restor contains numerous components needed to help regenerate tissue. Restor may be the ideal choice for individuals who are dealing with numerous conditions that interfere with their everyday lives, especially those individuals over the age of fifty who, due to the aging process, may have less viable components than a younger person.