The reason cellulite is rarely seen in men and widely appeared in women. There are many different sections that will focus on the dreaded cellulite. Almost 90% of women in America and Europe suffer from the dreaded cottage cheese syndrome or the orange peel skin. A person’s genetic makeup predicts their fat storage and metabolism in these layers which are predisposed by diet, exercise and lifestyle. A brief overview of cellulite is the Fat deposits under the skin that outwardly give the skin a dimpled, or orange-peel like appearance. We always have to keep in mind that the skin reflects our internal state of health and nutrition. Also make sure to drink 8 to 10 glasses of water a day.
This unsightly bumpy appearance of cellulite on the skin is most commonly seen on the hips, thighs and buttocks of women. A woman’s hormones are usually responsible for the regulation of their blood flow, fat, connective tissue and lymphatic drainage. Cellulite’s formation is a result of complex physiological changes that occur in the subcutaneous fat layer. There are two types of cellulite and they are soft cellulite and hard cellulite. Hard cellulite is difficult to get rid of because it doesn’t lift from the body easily. It’s also harder to see because it attaches directly to the muscle. Soft cellulite is not as concentrated as hard cellulite and is much more visible. It occurs in large areas and, because it doesn’t attach so strongly to the muscle, it’s looser, often sagging from the body.
Causes of Cellulite
Thickness of your skin
change in daily routining
Feeling of tightness and heaviness in the legs
Treatment for cellulite
The cellulite massage may be useful for the treatment of the cellulite.
Exercise is one of the most straight forward and cheapest methods that is available to treat cellulite.
The anti-cellulite creams that are available that claim to reduce the look of cellulite on a womans body.
Several surgical cellulite techniques and cellulite suction treatments such as cellulite and liposuction.
There are also creams available which contain herbs, antioxidants, minerals and vitamins. Creams which contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatories are more effective when treating cellulite as they stimulate the flow of blood.
The body manipulation techniques are employed to enhance the removal of fluid in the dermis area.
Dietary supplements may be useful for the treatment of the cellulite.
New therapies like the jet therapy, which breaks fat cells with the help of compressed air blown onto the skin through a small filtration system, is yet to gain credibility.
The mesotherapy (injection of drugs into cellulite) are either expensive or may produce only temporary improvement.