Cellulite: What You Need To Know

The first thing to know is that cellulite is completely normal, and women of all sizes and shapes have it.

Cellulite is a very common, harmless skin condition that causes thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen to have lumpy, dimpled flesh. The condition is common in women.

Many people try to improve their skin's appearance with variable success through weight loss, exercise, massage, and creams being marketed as a solution to cellulite. There are also medically proven treatment options, though the results are not immediate or long-lasting.

What is Cellulite?

Is there uneven, lumpy skin on your hips, thighs, or buttocks? This could be a sign of cellulite. Cellulite occurs when the connective tissue bands pull the skin over certain areas of fat down to the deeper tissues. It creates an uneven surface.

Cellulite is frequently found on:

  • hips

  • thighs

  • abdomen

  • buttocks

  • breasts

Cellulite affects women more than men due to the different distribution of fat, muscle, and connective tissue. It is thought to affect 80 to 90 percent of women at varying degrees. Cellulite is not harmful in any way.

Causes of Cellulite

A buildup of fat underneath the skin causes cellulite. Some women are predisposed to this more than others. The amount of cellulite you have can be based on your genes, body fat percentage and age and how noticeable it is. Your skin thickness also has an effect on cellulite appearance. Cellulite may be obtained by people of all body types and weights.

Cellulite may be caused by the following:

  • accumulated toxins

  • an unhealthy lifestyle

  • genetics

  • hormones

  • inactivity

  • poor diet

  • pregnancy

  • weight gain

Change Your Lifestyle

Your diet may affect cellulite so eating a balanced, healthy diet is important. A healthy diet can help you keep your weight healthy, too. Reduce processed and high-sugar foods that can cause the body to accumulate toxins and fat, and increase your intake of fiber.

Cellulite may become more noticeable by dehydration. Water flushes your body, and removes cellulite-causing toxins. Make a point for boosting your water intake. Women are recommended to drink at least nine cups of water per day.

By reducing stored toxins that contribute to cellulite, detoxifying your body can help to minimize cellulite. Try eliminating or decreasing significantly the amount of toxins you put into your body through diet and lifestyle. That includes avoiding stuff like smoking and drinking.

To Sum It Up

Focus on natural and cost-effective ways to treat cellulite first. Regular exercise and eating a healthy, balanced diet can help to reduce the overall cellulite appearance.

Talk to your doctor about the outcome you want and the steps you plan to take. They can help you determine which treatment is most effective. Also, to consider the cost and possible side effects or complications.

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