Breasts are for some people a symbol of sex and eroticism, for others synonymous for motherhood, for all us however they are a symbol of femininity. Their size and shape is the result of genetic transfer and the changes which they are subject during our life - menstruation, pregnancy, lactation, weight fluctuations, menopause, and finally natural aging.
Cellulite is a problem typically occurring for women, which results from non-uniform deposition of fat, water and waste products, as well as malfunctioning of the lymphatic system.
Adipose tissue acts as a thermal protection against mechanical damage and as a reserve of energy. Most often it accumulates on the abdomen, hips, thighs and shoulders.
Firmness and elasticity exist thanks to collagen and elastin - proteins forming an ordered network of fibers. Unfortunately, with aging, the body's ability to produce them is declining, whereby the fibers become weaker, thinner and more brittle.
Swelling is related to the retention of extra water volume in the body. This problem occurs most often on the legs around the ankles and lower legs.
Skin aging is partly genetic and runs in all people equally. The general signs are: increasing dryness of the skin, reducing the elasticity and firmness, paleness and weakness of vessels.
Scars and stretch marks are damages, which more or less disfigure the image of the skin. The scar is forming a skin lesion at the place of mechanical trauma or burns. Formed from fibrous connective tissue in the healing process to replace the damaged tissue.
Beauty is closely associated with the care of the health of the whole body and well-being. Man happy and calm internally is more efficient, flexible and open, accepts its body and life and it is more attractive to others.
The problem of dry skin occur is 80% of the people. The cause of this problem are usually bad eating habits or eating too much spicy foods, lack of proper skin care, excessive tanning in the sun or in a tanning bed, and living in urban conditions (exhaust gases, chlorinated water).