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Does The FasciaBlaster Reduce Cellulite?

What does the FasciaBlaster research say

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Ashley Black’s FasciaBlaster tools, an at-home wellness solution, have been critically acclaimed for their power to regenerate fascia and have often been associated with the appearance of cellulite.*(1) We wanted to give you the tools necessary in this article to understand, first and foremost, why the appearance of cellulite and fascia are intertwined. Then, see the results of our peer-reviewed study on the efficacy of our tools. This will prime you to go beyond a fundamental understanding of fascia and cellulite.

Black explains in this video how this works.

Cellulite Is A Fascia Problem

Ashley Black Clinical Study

Now, let’s dive into the science behind cellulite. Commonly characterized as "skin dimpling," cellulite remains a persistent concern for many individuals seeking effective remedies, often misunderstood. Cellulite is generally perceived as “harmless,” but we beg to differ. Cellulite signifies deeper issues with the fascial structure, commonly referred to as connective tissue. There are different consensuses in the field of medicine on what exactly cellulite is, but, in a nutshell, cellulite is defined as

the outward appearance of unhealthy fascia(2),(3). And fascia is a vital system of the body, so we can’t let it slide and say, “Love and accept your cellulite,” if the unhealthy fascia is actually unhealthy. We aren’t “anti-cellulite,” we are anti-unhealthy fascia. And with healthy fascia, cellulite no longer presents at the skin layer.

Ashley Black Clinical Study

Understanding the scientific, foundational nature of fascia is important because fascia is not just at the surface where we can see it in our skin’s texture. Fascia penetrates like a 3D web through the muscles and every part of the body. When Fascia becomes extremely tight, its like the vacuum bag shown here.

Ashley Black Clinical Study

It chokes muscles and fat cells out and leaves them unable to function properly, as well as creating skin distortions we refer to as dimples or dents. And imagine your muscles being choked like this. What do you think your muscles are going to look and function like? Beef jerky! So, as you open the fascia, it will be like digging for buried treasure, and you will find what’s been lurking below the surface.  Mainstream medicine is aware of this, with multiple images like this one from the Mayo Clinic calling cellulite “fibrous cords”. Other “experts” say it’s a decrease in collagen. Well- what do you think collagen is? FASCIA- which is made up primarily of collagen and hyaluron.

Brush & Blast YouTube
Brush & Blast YouTube

With this understanding of fascia in tow, if you search the internet for the causes of cellulite, you will find pages and pages of misinformation. Where everyone needs to get on board and advance this understanding is that the “tough cords that pull down” and “fibrous bands … that tighten irregularly” are FASCIA. Tough, tight, and fascial adhesions are just words that describe the condition of the fascia. And if you hear the word collagen, that IS fascia, and when we take collagen or produce collagen which so many products claim to do, this promotes the growth of native fascia.

This animation will help give you a visual of how this happens.

Brush & Blast YouTube

What Causes Cellulite? / Does Tight Fascia Cause Cellulite?

Our answer is YES, tight or dysfunctional fascia does cause cellulite. And it appears that this is a medically accepted definition, fascia is just being misrepresented as tough cords and fibrous bands, just being called collagen or collagen fibers in the literature.

We have millions of users, and as they restore their fascia, their entire body changes. Cellulite is just one happy byproduct of healthy fascia.

Ashley Black Clinical Study

Drawing from our comprehensive study, conducted by the ASPI team in Tampa, Florida and published in the peer-reviewed Cogent Medical Journal, this section explores its cellulite-related findings on how the FasciaBlaster’s use impacts the appearance of cellulite*: Peer Reviewed and Published scientific literature is the gold standard for accurate information. We are quite proud!

Ashley Black Clinical Study

FasciaBlasting Reduces Localized Fat

Noteworthy, was the decrease in subcutaneous fat at the site where FasciaBlasting occurred. Interestingly, this reduction transpired without a significant overall body fat decrease, supporting the notion of targeted reduction of fat pockets through FasciaBlasting.(1)The yellow line indicates the thickness of the fat.

Ashley Black Clinical Study

FasciaBlasting Diminishes Cellulite Appearance, according to the researchers findings.

The study established a link between reduced cellulite appearance and the condition of deep-tissue leg fascia. This connection hints at the potential of FasciaBlasting.(1) The FasciaBlaster is a Class 1 Medical Device registered with the FDA.

Ashley Black Clinical Study

FasciaBlasting Works To Remodel And Regenerate The Fascia(1)

Ultrasound imaging provides visible evidence of collagen remodeling, or fascia remodeling, a regenerative process that returns collagen fibers to a native state via myofascial release. They were taken before and after the study showing significant progress in remodeling the fascia tissue. The fibrous bands responsible for the dimpled appearance of the skin were visibly improved- transitioning from thick and disorganized to thin and organized; otherwise known as collagen remodeling.(1)

As we seek to discern the impact of FasciaBlasting on cellulite, these findings offer valuable insights into its potential positive effects on physiological markers, way beyond fat and cellulite.

Can FasciaBlasting Make Cellulite Worse?

The short answer:

NO! Fasciablasting does NOT contribute to the increase in cellulite. 

The FasciaBlaster* tools are known for their miraculous effects* on smoothing skin, so why would this be in question? There is a section in my #1 National best selling book Cellulite; It’s Not Fat It’s Fascia Called “Worse Before Better” where it explains that the process of FasciaBlasting isn't always pretty. Sometimes people bruise , and sometimes we open Pandora's box of “what's hiding under the surface,” but science definitely shows that fascia gets better and better from day 1 of FasciaBlasting with only mild side effects. And no one in the scientific  research clinical  got worse. Check out some photos with their coordinating ultrasounds, and you can see the positive changes at the skin’s surface and the fascia restoring deep below into the myofascial tissue. Check out the blog on other “Myths” about FasciaBlasting here.

The process might be a little messy, but cellulite most certainly does not get worse while FasciaBlasting (1).
Click here to see more images from the research.

How To FasciaBlast For Best Results?

In the study participants used the FasciaBlaster 3-5 times a week for 20-30 minutes over a 90-day period.  It’s that simple! The Fasciablaster tools are for full body use including the face, and one of the most exciting bodywork modalities to come onto the scene in years. Below are some results of FasciaBlasting restoration* that present in different ways.

For more information on how you can use the FasciaBlaster tools please check out this article, or for a quick look at our tutorials click here.

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Ashley Black, Inventor Of The Fasciablaster

Ashley Black - About Author

Ashley Black is a decorated inventor, thought leader, and entrepreneur. She is best known for her work in the field of Fasciology. Fasciology is the study of the system of the body called fascia. Fascia is publicly known as the connective tissue, or web, that holds our body together, but fascia is also the viscous system that surrounds and feeds every cell in our bodies. Her work is directly related to the regeneration of this system of the body and the astounding effects this process can have on beauty, sports performance, and medical conditions.

She is best known for inventing instrument-assisted fascia techniques and tools, commercially known as FasciaBlasters. The tools entered the marketplace in 2014 and have become a household product. Black was the first person to write a #1 National Best Selling book about fascia, and she was the first person to do a TED Talk on fascia. By 2017-2018, her innovations and perseverance were rewarded with the American Business Association Stevie Award for Entrepreneur of the Year. IAOPT also awarded her with the Inventor of the Year. She also hit Inc's Fastest Growing Companies in America for the first time. This era was wrapped up with Ashley's self-reported highest accomplishment to date: the peer-reviewed Medical Publication of Research proving that FasciaBlasters can regenerate fascia tissue.

Since then, Ashley has received several awards, beginning with a second #1 National Best Selling Book about the struggles of females in business and authenticity in branding. She also received two global Stevie Awards from the International Business Association: Woman of the Year and a Lifetime Achievement Award for Consumer Goods.

In 2022, Ashley founded The Fascia Advancement Academy and the Fascia Advancement Charity to teach bodyworkers Fasciology. She has hit Inc's Fastest Growing Companies list for a second time, with over $150MM in revenue, profitable and growing. She boasts over 9 million social media followers and over 1 trillion unique media impressions for her work. She plans to expand into the beauty, sports, and medical professional markets and create a billion-dollar business in the next two years.

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