Water retention CAN cause cellulite. Research published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, hypothesized that vascular changes in the dermis, create a series of complex events in the cells that cause cellulite.
Discover what exercises work for cellulite and how to target problem areas.
Exercise CAN help prevent or delay the onset of cellulite. Exercise regimes that specifically target the areas of the body most commonly afflicted can help deter, delay, and reduce cellulite.
Drinking water may play a role in helping cellulite. Keeping hydrated is important for healthy skin but it may also play a role in skin’s connective tissues flexible and to flush the body of toxins.
Gynoid lipodystrophy, more commonly known as cellulite, is essentially fat deposits that are visible because they are located right below the skin's surface.
Discover how mesotherapy for cellulite reduction works and under what conditions this procedure is beneficial.
Discover why liposuction is not the answer to cellulite problems.
Discover how cellulite scrubbers work and what scientific studies have revealed about the ingredients they contain.
Preliminary studies are indicating that massage CAN reduce the appearance of cellulite. Researchers found that a combination of bipolar radio frequency (BF), intense infrared (IR) light, mechanical massage, and suction were effective at treating the appearance of cellulite based on patient satisfaction following the procedures.
Cellulite creams do not work. Methylxanthines are chemicals found in cellulite creams that have the ability to remove stores of fat, but they cannot provide the necessary concentration of those chemicals to be truly curative and significant.