Scientific understanding of how AWT Works on Connective Tissue
Enlarged fat cells push the skin up and compress the circulatory system reducing inflow of nutrients and outflow of waste products. Diminished exchange in circulatory processes leads to a gradual stiffening of the connective tissue, pulling down on the skin. The push-pull effect creates the appearance of Cellulite
The mechanical action of AWT: disrupts the connective skin tissue to firm and smooth the skin; causes neo vascularisation, improving circulatory exchange (which is the root cause of the problem; initiates an inflammatory process in the skin, leading to thicker, more elastic skin through collagen production.
The elasticity of the connective tissue is restored and the skin is smoother. The skin is thicker and more elastic with noticeable improvement in the skin’s texture.