SUDDEN OVERALL WEIGHT GAIN

Sudden overall weight gain may not be so sudden after all. In Singapore, a stressful desk bound lifestyle, with so many temptation for the wrong foods leads to premature ageing, lethargy and sudden weight gain.

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PERSISTENT PROBLEM SPOTS

Even if you don’t have a weight issue, problematic fatty deposits are often very difficult to get rid of, even with intense dieting and work-out sessions. These can be conspicuous and prevent you from certain styles of dressing, or avoiding the beach altogether.

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THE BANE OF CELLULITE

Cellulite is usually present on the thigh and buttocks and gives the skin a dimpled appearance due to damage in the collagen fibres in the skin. Cellulite and stretch marks can appear in periods of sudden weight gain, during puberty, pregnancy or menopause.

It affects up to 80% of women at some point. Even though it can be combated with diet and exercise, it is usually difficult to eliminate its occurrence. A combination of non-invasive treatments can help in firming the skin and reducing the appearance of cellulite.

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3 STAGES CELLULITE FORMATION
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LOWER BODY SLIMMING

The propensity for fats to be accumulated in the lower half of the body, is commonly seen in Singapore and Aisa. These are the 4 main types of lower body slimming.

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POST-NATAL WEIGHT GAIN

New mums face a myriad of weight loss issues, most face some but not all the problems. Stretch marks are common in new mums as their bodies undergo tremendous changes both in size and hormonal fluctuations.

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UNSIGHTLY STRETCH MARKS

Stretch marks are streaks or stripes on the skin caused by distension of the skin from obesity or during pregnancy. While some stretch marks naturally fade to faint, silvery lines, others remain darker and showier. The best time to treat the marks is while they’re still in the reddish stage.

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