Cellulite: What Is It, and How To Reduce It Today!

Smoother and Younger-Looking Skin Today!

 

There are many skin conditions that are painful, itchy, and capable of causing long-term health complications, but one skin condition that often goes overlooked is excessive cellulite.

In fact, many people are embarassed of their cellulite, which leads to mental duress and psychological trauma that can sometimes hurt more than any kind of physical pain.

And if you suffer from cellulite, you're not alone. In fact, 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men suffer with cellulite each and every year. (1)

But don't worry. Cellulite is no longer something to feel self-conscious and worry about. In fact, studies are revealing NEW WAYS to reduce the appearance of cellulite right now.

In this blog we talk about what cellulite is, what causes it, and how to REDUCE the appearance of it today!

 

WHAT IS CELLULITE

 

Though cellulite gets a bad wrap, it's nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, it's not even something you can always control. That's because cellulite is simply the name for a buildup of fat pushing the connecting tissue under your skin.

Though it's not dangerous, cellulitis can make people feel self-conscious about their appearance, as it often shows up in the form of dimpled and lumpy skin. (2)

This unnatural texture has led many to call cellulite by other names, such as orange-peel skin and hail damage. But don't let these names get you down. In fact, there are several grades of cellulite. (3)

 

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Simply having cellulite doesn't mean any one thing. In fact, there are four grades of cellulite, and they're pretty simple to distinguish.

Grade 1 Cellulite means that you can't see your cellulite, even when pinching your skin. Grade 2 Cellulite means seeing an orange peel effect when your skin is pinched, but not seeing it when you let go. Grade 3 Cellulite is visible when you stand up, but goes away when you're lying down. And Grade 4 Cellulite means your cellulite is clear whether you're standing up or lying down. (5)

The most common places to find cellulite are in your hips, buttocks, abs, and thighs, where you are more prone to compile high amounts of fat deposits. (6)

 

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CAUSES OF CELLULITE

 

Despite cellulite being such a common skin condition, not too much is known about what actually causes it.

As is the case with many health problems, genetics is thought to play a major role in causing some to suffer more than others, as your genes can determine the texture and structure of your skin, as well as your body type. (7)

There's something else you can't control that can cause cellulite - age. This is because younger people have connecting tissue that is more elastic and able to stretch. Therefore, they don't develop cellulite like those with older skin. (8)

 

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Another cause of cellulite you can't control are your hormones. Hormones are blamed for cellulite due to the fact that women experience cellulite far more than men.

One reason for this could be that estrogen causes cellulite to be more visible because it causes you to build and store more fat. On the flip side, testosterone is known to burn fat. (10)

And obviously your skin can be to blame for your chances of developing cellulite. Factors include your skin's natural elasticity and thickness, and your natural development of fibrous bands. (7) (11)

 

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THE TYPES OF CELLULITE

 

Though it's easy to dismiss cellulite in comparison to other, more life-threatening skin conditions, that doesn't mean it's something to be taken lightly. In fact, cellulite can be the cause of a lot of psychological stress.

Even though most people won't care about or even notice your cellulite, many people wind up staring at the mirror, then covering up when they go outside to keep their cellulite a secret. (12)

The appearance of cellulite can also have you looking for over-the-counter products and laser treatments when, in reality, a little bit of therapy can remedy the mental causes and suppression associated with cellulite. (13)

 

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So we know that cellulite is basically caused by things you can't control. So why do over-the-counter products make you feel bad for having it? Well, it all comes down to selling.

Many lasers treatments and over-the-counter creams, including retinol creams and methylxanthine creams (creams containing theophylline, aminiphylline, and caffeine) have not shown solid evidence of remedying all degrees of cellulite. (15)

Many people have also claimed time in the sun is a great way to mask cellulite, but this isn't true. In fact, this makes cellulite worse over time, while also increasing your risk of developing cancer. (16)

 

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HOW TO STOP CELLULITE DEVELOPMENT

 

Though it's impossible to say anything will absolutely prevent you from developing cellulite (considering genetics plays such a big role in its development), there are ways you can stave it off and prevent a more rapid development of it.

One way to reduce your risk of developing cellulite is by being active. Exercising helps to boost the appearance of your muscles, while also burning the fat that can exemplify the appearance of cellulite. (17)

By reducing your body fat and boosting the tone of your muscles, you can reduce the appearance of cellulite. The rest of your cellulite you simply shouldn't worry about. (18)

 

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If you want to exercise your way to less cellulite, the best way to do this is by practicing a combination of both strength straining and cardio, as doing this will improve your blood circulation, which is a great trick to fend off additional cellulite.

Your diet also plays a role in potential cellulite development. Eating vegetables and avoiding sugary and heavily-processed foods can be great tools in your anti-cellulite toolkit. (20)

It's important to remember, though, that balanced diets may not completely fend off cellulite, but they can control the potential severity of your cellulite by limiting the formation of fat cells. (21)

As will all things, please consult a health care professional if you have any questions about your health, and before beginning any new diet or exercise routine. Also consult a health care professional when adding exercises, and please stop and consult a health care professional if you experience any pain and/or difficulty from exercise.

 

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THE APPEARANCE OF CELLULITE

 

Aside from moving more and adjustments to your diet, there are ways you can reduce the appearance of cellulite right now - and it begins with your HYGIENE.

In fact, daily massaging and body brushing is known to kick-start what's called lymphatic drainage, which is known to get rid of the toxins that can accumulate in your fat layer, a cause of pronounced cellulite. (22)

Having a consistent ALL-NATURAL SKINCARE ROUTINE is also important because cellulite can come back over time, just like washing your face won't keep your face clean forever. (23)

 

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Another secret ingredient in your anti-cellulite toolkit is GINGER. This is because ginger actually increases your blood circulation, which leads to a reduced appearance of cellulite.

GINGER also contains more than 40 antioxidants, which makes it a secret weapon against premature aging. This makes it super effective against free radical damage, protecting your skin and helping to keep your skin healthier over time. (25)

LEMONGRASS is another ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENT that has been used in effective studies against cellulite, while also reducing the size of skin folds. (26) (27)

 

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