What is cellulite?
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11.07.2020
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Cellulite is one of the most common skin related concerns that affects most women. According to the latest statistics and this is quite shocking, approximately 85% of the global female adult population have cellulite to one degree or another. Regrettably, it can have an impact on our self-image and our body confidence.

So, what is cellulite and what it represents? In a nutshell it is stored, hard to metabolite fat. Some would think that weight can be the part of the problem. Ironically, even very skinny women get it. Any amount of fat can show up as small depressions and dimples on thighs, legs, buttocks and sometimes even abdomen. So just to clarify, all women of all sizes and shapes can have cellulite, even many of the most slim, admired and physically fit actresses and models have cellulite, but perhaps due to the correct clothing choices, photo poses and photo and video retouching techniques, we don’t always see that these women are affected too.

There are three types of cellulite. It can be hard, soft and oedematous (swollen). Hard cellulite is often seen in younger women that have a healthy lifestyle and exercise regularly. Soft cellulite is more common in inactive women that perhaps have desk jobs and do not have an active lifestyle. It’s also often can be found in women that just recently lost weight. Lastly, “swollen” cellulite is seen in women who are overweight.

Let’s look into the causes of cellulite as they very much vary - unhealthy diet, lack of physical activity, hormonal changes, genetics and overall body fat. Obviously, there is no way of changing your genetics or have an influence on your hormones. But the good news is most of the other things can be worked on. It’s important to have a balanced diet, as it can help you to maintain a healthy weight. The intake of processed and sugary foods can lead to the accumulation of toxins and fat in the body. Hence-why, we suggest to increase your fibre in-1 take instead. Remember to drink plenty of water. Dehydration can make your cellulite more noticeable. Water flushes your body and removes those nasty toxins that do cause cellulite. It’s recommended that women drink six to eight glasses of water per day.

There are many helpful ways on how you can improve your diet, increase your physical activity and decrease your body fat. We can guarantee that by incorporating our amazing Cellulite Slayer procedures you will be able to see how dramatically your figure and skin conditions such as cellulite can improve

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