Cellulite is a skin that looks like dimples, often found in the thighs, arms and abdomen. It is formed when adipose tissue deep in the skin is pressed against the connective tissue.

It is estimated that more than 85 percent of all women over the age of 21 have cellulite.

Cellulite develops on the thighs as there is more fat in the area. Other risk factors for developing cellulite include:
– Increased adipose tissue caused by weight gain
– Collagen loss
– Age
– Estrogen
– Genetics
– Poor blood circulation (common leg problem)
– Poor lymphatic drainage
– Thinning of the epidermis (outer layer of the skin)
In terms of your overall health, there is nothing to worry about having cellulite. However, many people want to remove it because of its appearance.

There are a number of tools, procedures and exercises that promise to do just that, but the key is to determine by a specialist what is the appropriate solution for the case.

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