Day: January 11, 2020

Improve your Skin with FasciaBlaster

Nowadays, the problem of visible cellulite has been increasing rapidly. This problem can be seen in everyone, whether it’s a teenager or an adult. The problem can mostly be seen in women and men with a body with extra fat. The problem seems to be small at the initial but can grow into a rather bigger one at a later date and so, it is very important to take care of it as soon as possible.

What Are The Problems

The problem has various solutions. People might say to do regular exercises, you can also try using some massagers, skin stretching techniques, some of those bitter methods or anything. And well, all the same, these methods might seem to be working and they might work but they don’t contain any surety of working and so, you might want to go for some reliable methods that are safer and better working.

What to refer to?

Safer working means a method that is safe to use and is good to the skin too. People go for some chemical methods but as they say, shortcuts can create problems, using chemicals might create some everlasting side effects on your skins and you will need to avoid it all costs.

So, Ashley Black, a designer and a skin expert and her team of professional, have created a solution for all your skin related problems. Fasciablaster is a device that effects your skin drastically, making it glow and free of all visible cellulite problems.

The device has so far proved to be very useful and cunning for all type of skin related problems and especially the problem name visible cellulite and so if you are facing such problems with your skin and want to get rid of it, why not give using it a shot.

Know more about Fascia Treatment

You have been injured or are complaining of chronic pain to your doctor or therapist. As they try to discuss your case with you, one of the medical terms you will definitely be hearing is “fascia”. Fascia is found almost everywhere in your body. Read on to better understand more about it so you can actively participate in coming up with the best plan of management that suits you.

Fascia is a densely woven fibrous tissue, mostly made up of collagen, which covers and permeates every muscle, bone, blood vessel and all internal organs of the body. It is one continuous structure that runs the entire length of the body without any interruption.

There are three layers of fascia:

1.Superficial Fascia

The superficial fascia is found just underneath the skin and serves as a protective padding to provide a cushioning effect and insulation to the deeper vital organs. It also acts as a depository or storage of fat and water.

The superficial fascia is viscoelastic, meaning it can expand to accommodate water and adipose tissue or fats but can easily revert to its original shape and dimensions when the excess water and fats have dissipated.


2.Deep Fascia

The deep fascia is a tough and fibrous tissue that envelope and goes through the muscles, bones, nerves and blood vessels of the body. It is sensitive as it is full of nerve ending receptors that signal the presence of pain.

Since this layer of fascia is generally the source of pain and limitations in range of motion, most therapists work on this layer of  fascia with techniques like deep tissue massage or myofascial release.

A very effective technique that has been proven by so many users to bring about positive results is the FasciaBlaster. It is a self-massage tool anyone could easily use at home to relieve symptoms of muscle and fascial tension and tightness. In addition, it can reduce the skin-dimpling appearance of cellulite.

3.Visceral or Subserous Fascia

The visceral fascia is the deepest layer of fascia that holds the internal organs in their body cavities.

Depending on its depth and location, fascia has numerous functions such as:

  • it aids in maintaining the shape or structural integrity of the body by holding the bones and muscles together and keeping them in their appropriate places
  • it provides a lubricated surface for the muscles to move against each other in a smooth and friction-free manner
  • it plays a major role in mobility as it separates the muscles to be able to move and work independently of each other
  • it provides support to the internal body structures by keeping them in place
  • it protects  the vital organs from injury or trauma by acting as the body’s shock absorber
  • it provides the pathway by which cells communicate with each other
  • it creates a barrier against pathogens and infection
  • it creates an environment conducive to tissue repair after an injury

When being given options with regard to your own management plan it helps to have some knowledge about what is involved to be able to decide in the best possible way.