What is Cellulite

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What is cellulite? Cellulite definition from skin dimpling to orange peel skin.

Many doctors and women don't know...

Are you ashamed of wearing a bikini? Are you unsatisfied with your thighs or buns? Do you not feel at ease during intimate moments? We assure you that you’re not the only one. About 9 out of 10 women have cellulite, also known as orange peel skin. It’s surprising, but ask doctors and women ‘what is cellulite?‘ and many do not know what it is; therefore, they are wary of effective anti-cellulite treatments. Perhaps, you’ve tried everything to get yourself a toned body, ranging from ineffective creams, medications, intensive workouts, and strict dieting, yet still, you see no results! Very disappointing, but here is a solution, CellulitiX™.

Due to intensive research, we now know how cellulite occurs. We have also discovered the ingredients that are effective in anti-cellulite treatments and lead to positive results. All the information published on www.cellulitix.com comes from scientific research, which has been critically analyzed by plastic surgeons and other pharmacists.

Cellulite definition

What is cellulite and what is a proper cellulite definition that explains the process? Well, cellulite is a skin disorder that occurs in over 90% of women after puberty. It is characterized by lumpy skin and dimples. The cause is due to irregular subcutaneous fat deposits. The skin resembles that of an orange peel.1-6 Cellulite is usually found on thighs, buns, legs and the abdomen.7-10 All women have cellulite on their skin, whether they are fat or slim, young or old, and even if they work out. Many women find it quite disturbing11, as the number and shape of the typical dimples or hollows on the skin can vary from woman to woman.12 Most of these are oval shaped and are present on the bottom of the buns and on top of the thighs. The skin in these areas is comparatively softer than the rest of the body. Losing elasticity of skin continues to increase with age.

Social and emotional impact

It is well-known that skin problems and appearances have a significant impact on a person’s self-esteem. This is the reason women resent the look of cellulite on their bodies. Cellulite also has a significant social and emotional impact on women, especially when their bodies are exposed to others, such as publicly on the beach. Sometimes, they may feel shame during social and intimate moments, which has a negative impact on their daily lives.13

Hopefully, after reading this article you better understand the question ‘what is cellulite?’. Do you still have a question about cellulite or anti cellulite treatments? Chat with one of our cellulite experts or send us an email.

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