Interesting facts about cellulite

Cellulite is not a medical disease, but the beauty industry. Doctors simply call it adipose tissue and consider it normal. The term "cellulite" originated in Europe in 1973.

Cellulite is a type of subcutaneous fat trapped in a mesh of connective tissue. This helps him to conquer diet and sports. Cellulite appears as ripples on the surface of the skin, giving the effect of an orange peel.

In most cases, cellulite appears on the thighs and buttocks, but in some people it occurs on the shoulders, neck, and abdomen.

Fat people are more prone to cellulite, but thin people also have it, and even in athletes.

Diet and exercise can help reduce the appearance of cellulite, but this will not completely get rid of it.

Cellulite affects 95% of women and only 5% of men. Women spend a lot of money every year to fight cellulite, but 90 percent of them have it in insignificant amounts and does not interfere with a normal life.

Most people develop cellulite with age. If your mother had cellulite, then most likely you will get it too.

The appearance of orange skin is not always a weight problem, it can be caused by bad kidneys and cardiovascular problems, as well as hormonal imbalance. Weakening of the connective tissue located just under the skin can also lead to cellulite.

In order to get rid of cellulite, in addition to purchasing any advertised anti-cellulite creams and ointments, you need to know the following:

Exercise helps keep the body toned and promotes a good metabolism, which is a key step in the fight against cellulite.

A low fat diet prevents the spread of cellulite.

A large amount of liquid consumed daily helps to flush out toxins from the body and harm cellulite.

Smoking damages small blood vessels and serves as a source of toxins, which gives rise to cellulite.

A light massage of the skin in areas affected by cellulite restores blood circulation and reduces the appearance of cellulite.

Improvements in the fight against cellulite have been achieved with long-term use of retinol. Creams that contain caffeine, aminophylline, or herbal combinations have not been proven effective.