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Unusual facts every women should know about cellulite

07 December 2016, 12:30

Cellulite must be one of the most problematic skincare issues many women and fewer men have to deal with, and in many cases, live with, for the rest of their lives.

If you’re in your 30’s, it won’t be surprising to know you have this pesky, bumpy, dimply and loose patches of skin practically hanging at the back of your thighs, buttocks, legs and even the back of your arms.

Top 9 things about cellulites you have to know

Before you reach out for a bottle of cellulite cream, there are 10 facts about cellulite you’ve probably never heard of before that you have to know now before taking matters into your own hands:

No. 1: Some people are more likely than others to develop cellulite.  Unfortunately, cellulite is also inherited.  Hormonal behavior and circumstances can cause your skin to become patched and take on a dimpled appearance.  People who are excessively thin are just as likely as those who are obese to develop cellulite.

No. 2:  Women are more likely to develop cellulite than men.  Studies have explained that it’s because there is a certain fat that is more prone to cellulite production that are present, in significantly higher levels, among women than in men.  A woman’s skin is also said to favour cellulite more.  A man’s skin is arranged in a way that is much less prone to breakage because of its thicker fibers and crisscrossing matrix.

No. 3:  Cellulite is unsightly, but nevertheless harmless.  There’s no need to be alarmed at the appearance of cellulite.  These do not signify the presence of any particular medical condition in any way.

No. 4:  Cellulite is caused by fats trapped underneath the skin’s matrix.  Contrary to popular belief that excess fats are the primary cause of cellulite, cellulite is in fact fats trapped by bands of skin fiber underneath the skin’s surface.  The pulling down action of the fiber causes the skin to become dimply on the surface.  The bumps, on the other hand, are caused by the bulging of trapped fats.  While this fact is validated, there is still no evidence to make certain what causes these fats to become trapped in fibers.

No. 5:  Poor nutrient circulation can be a major cause of loose cellulite skin. The evidence has yet to become conclusive but already, some experts are attributing poor blood circulation as a primary culprit that causes skin to become saggy and loose its firm hold on the muscles.  Smoking is also blamed for aggravating poor circulation.

No. 6:  A diet high in sugar and salt favours the development of cellulite. How so? Sugar weakens the synthesis of muscles and fats while salt encourages the storage of fluids in random places inside the body.

Fact No. 7:  Cellulite creams may cause modest improvements in the appearance of cellulites.  Products that generate heat underneath the skin are best used to support various forms of cellular treatments available. It enhances and maintains the no cellulite appearance of your skin however, it does not to solve all your cellulite woes.

Fact No. 8:  Cellulite removal devices are available.  Enhance the effect of your cellulite cream by getting hold of a cellulite removal device that uses radio frequency technology to smooth out the appearance of cellulite.

Fact No. 9:  Americans are spending big cash on cellulite removal procedures.  The still growing demand for minimally invasive beauty in-clinic procedures are attracting a mass following.  Among the most in-demand procedures are cellulite busting procedures which, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) accounted for an estimated US$13.4 billion in spending among Americans in 2015 alone.

Cellulite is normal and their development can hardly be helped.  A healthy lifestyle can help you decrease your chances of getting them but, when you do, know that you have easily accessible options.

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