Knee fat and thigh fat are the likely conditions that can arise from a build-up of excess fat on the legs. This appears as bulges of flesh both above the kneecap and the top part of the legs, causing the legs to take on a shape that is not always as one would like. When a person develops knee fat and thigh fat, ageing, genetics and lifestyle are common causes that one might want to take into account. Many people who are affected by these types of fat can often find that to restore more shapely legs is a more difficult task than first thought, as diet and exercise are not always effective.
Hormones and lifestyle changes as we get older, can often influence a build-up of excess fat on various parts of the body, including the knees and thighs. As the body gets weaker and more weary through age, it is only natural that activity levels become more gentle and a person starts to generally slow down. This can contribute to a little weight gain as many people will still continue their usual eating habits and calorie intake. A decline in exercise and high activity levels can result in the legs responding by changing shape. Hormone levels will also fluctuate through the ageing process, which can affect the way in which fat distributes itself around the body.
Coolsculpting is a fantastic way of reducing stubborn areas of fat on the face and body. This treatment is becoming very popular in many aesthetic practices and is also frequently requested at Light Touch Clinic. Through a controlled process of cooling, excess fat can be reduced when the enlarged cells are frozen. This helps to destroy the cell completely, which is then naturally disposed of by the body. After the results have had time to develop, the knees and thighs will have restored form that is associated with youth and elegance. A more desirable contouring of the legs can help to give a person the confidence to feel that their legs are an attribute they can be truly proud of.