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What is Cellulite And How To Avoid It

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Cellulite is the lumpy substance commonly found on the thighs, stomach, and butt. It is a collection of fat that push against the connective tissue beneath a person's skin. This makes the surface of the skin look lumpy!!If you have cellulite, you're definitely not alone because most women, some men and also girls have cellulite especially in industrial societies.

Skin Cellulite

Cellulite is influenced by several things such as genes, age,amount of fat on body, slow metabolism, hormone changes, dehydration and the color and thickness of skin. It doesn't matter what causes cellulite the thing that matter is how can we treat cellulite and if we can make it go away. There are several ways to reduce cellulite like cellulite creams, liposuction,mesotherapy, massage and spa treatments and laser treatment but these might be harmful for several people. You can reduce cellulite and look acceptable for a while but studies showed that there aren't any miracle products.

Even top models can have cellulite. We can reduce cellulite by decreasing body fat and eat fewer calories and exercise on regular basis. Experts agreed that aerobics exercise and strength training with healthy diet are the most effective ways to reduce cellulite.

Cellulite tends to be a little bit less noticeable on darker skin so if you have a light skin apply self tanner before going to the beach.

Cellulite isn’t harmful it is only normal fat beneath the skin, but it is something most people would like to get rid so don’t waste your money on products because doctors are still scratching their heads to find a solution.

Drinking lots of water also help in loosing body fat and it keeps your skin moist and healthy.

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