Cellulite is natural, Normal, and NOT defining factors of self-worth or Beauty.
What is Cellulite?
Literally accumulation of subcutaneous fat.
Cellulite! We know or read a lot of reasons behind this and a lot of irrelevant information also. Truth is overweight of thin 80-90% of Women having Cellulite. Women’s fat cells and connective tissue lies vertically and if the fat cells protrude it gives the appearance of Cellulite.
Cellulite is not a disease, but an aesthetic disgrace. It appears most often on the buttocks or the thighs, but also sometimes on the arms or the belly. Cellulite is a woman’s pet peeve. As it resists to diets, it concerns thin women as well as curvy ones. It consists of a superficial layer of fat located under the skin.
The main factors involved in the development of cellulite are fat deposits and the weakening of the connective fibers under the skin covering them. Deposits of subcutaneous fat within fibrous connective tissue (as in the thighs, hips, and buttocks) that give a puckered and dimpled appearance to the skin surface.
Toxin build-up also plays an important role because, when the liver and other detoxification organs are overloaded, the excess toxins are stored away in our fat cells. These enlarge the cells, cause inflammation, and fluid retention that makes cellulite more visible. Plus, they cause free radical damage, weakening the surrounding tissues.
Some reasons linked to Hormones, Age, Genetics, and Lifestyle factors also cause of development of cellulite.
What most of us know as Cellulite is actually its outward symptom: dimpled, orange-peel skin. But contrary to the popular belief that it’s just a particularly unattractive skin condition, cellulite is a disease of the connective tissues. The puckered external look of the cellulite is just the tip of the iceberg. The deterioration of the skin’s appearance coincides with the more serious alteration of the body’s underlying connective tissue and the microcirculation impairment and enlargement of fat cells that occurs when fat and toxins become trapped within. Although cellulite is a form of fat, its causes and cures have little to do with diet, exercise, or lifestyle.
Generally, 80 % of women may get affected by this problem in or after pregnancy/puberty.
The skincare or healthcare experts only check your skin and take blood Test samples to test for bacteria.
Few things they are checking in the skin as below:
- a cut, scrape, or other injuries to the skin
- Immunity strength
- skin conditions
- diabetes & other medical histories
- history of cellulitis
- swelling of your arms or legs
There is a number of treatments & therapy available.
- Acoustic wave therapy
- Laser Treatment
- Vacuum-assisted precise tissue release
- Ionithermie cellulite reduction treatment
- Laser-assisted liposuction
- Ultrasonic liposculpting
- Medication & Creams
DIY Remedy :
We would like to give you a DIY remedy so we can go through these tough times cellulite-free.
- Tip No 1: Dry Brush!
A dry Brushing benefit is encouraging blood circulation and cell regeneration. Both of these actions promote internal detoxification which can aid in weight loss, cellulite reduction, and the elimination of accumulated toxins. Brushing your skin when it’s dry is the most important part. Do it every day for about 5-10 minutes, and don’t forget to moisture after.
- Tip No 2: Massage!
Massage is great for reshaping legs as well as reducing cellulite and water retention. Add Essential Oils to your bath with Epsom salts or make a Body scrub with Coffee Beans and Oils. You are stimulating dilation with Caffeine and increasing circulation with the massage movements, as well as receiving benefits of collagen circulation.
- Tip No 3: Exercise!
Train insane or remain the same. Exercise is one of the best ways to shape up. You can take advice from your gym trainer or fitness center, below workout is recommended to start with some heating and end with some stretching and DE fatigue.
- Tip No 4: Commitment to yourself!
With 4-6 weeks commitment to salt Baths, self-Massage, Weight Training, Exercise, Healthier food choices, and having plenty of water can help diminish the ‘Orange Peel’ effect.
- Tip No 5: Drinking plenty of water not only beneficial for hydration but definitely visibly improves the appearance of cellulite.
Chlorella has been found to increase the elasticity of the skin (source: Medicine and Biology Journal, 2013) and can help to strengthen connective fibers with iron and B Vitamins (B2, B3, B6, biotin B12). It also contains Chlorella Growth Factor and beta carotene that are known to nourish the skin. Tests show that Chlorella can support the liver in detoxifying dioxins, heavy metals, pesticides, alcohol, and other toxins. So, it’s the perfect helper to cleanse away accumulations of these nastiest.
Take these precautions if you have poor circulation or a condition that increases your risk of cellulitis:
- Keep your skin moist to prevent cracking.
- Lifestyle changes & start a healthy diet
- Start daily walking, Running & Exercise
- Wear protective equipment when you work or play sports.
- Inspect your feet daily for signs of injury or infection.
- Drink plenty of water regularly.