Cellulite affects, at greater or lesser extent, over 90% of women after puberty. We can find various degrees of cellulite, the most common of these being the sclera cellulite, also known as orange peel. We use the term “cellulite” to describe fat deposits trapped under the skin causing dimpling of the hips, thighs, buttocks and abdomen. This condition affects almost exclusively women and rarely occurs in men.
Unlike what many people believe, cellulite has nothing to do with obesity. It is found in both overweight and thin people. The market offers several ways to combat cellulite and in most cases, these methods do not work. Creams, massages or any other type of cellulite removal therapies do not provide satisfactory results. There are various factors that cause cellulite. One of the most important of them is the hormonal factor. Hormonal changes caused by puberty, pregnancy and menopause or when you start using birth control pills are such factors. Hormones regulate the changes in blood flow, lymphatic, fat and connective tissue drainage, causing the formation of cellulite.
The lack of exercise is also a very important cause. A sedentary lifestyle not only causes the appearance of cellulite but it also makes it look worse over time. While cellulite affects thin women too, weight gain, a poor diet and inadequate water consumption also cause this unwanted skin appearance. As a person ages, they lose density and connective tissue tone, which makes cellulite more visible and flabby. Knowing what causes cellulite, I will give some small tips for you to prevent its appearance, cut it back or avoid making it worse.
Try to follow a balanced diet, without great excesses and consume plenty of water. You should drink 3 liters of water per day, minimum. Water improves the elasticity of the skin and makes it look tighter and younger looking. Following a routine of exercise is highly recommended for you to get rid of your cellulite. If you are not a very athletic person, you can start with daily walks of at least 20 minutes. As you progress, you should gradually increase the duration of the walks and their intensity. Once you have got into the “rhythm of exercise”, I recommend you start doing strength training and cardiovascular exercises. That will help you burn fat, tone up your muscles and reduce cellulite in your body.
If you are tired of losing money on scams and hiding your cellulite, then it is time to transform the skin of your body, as well as the dimples in it, into a toned, smooth and sexy skin…