Every woman sooner or later faces one of the most hated problems: cellulite. That’s because it’s a secondary sex characteristic and not a disease that everyone fights so hard.
So what is cellulite, and how do we fight it?
Cellulite is the hypertrophy of fat cells in certain parts of the body, which disrupts blood circulation to the skin and promotes fibrosis.
Interestingly, “orange peel” is an exclusively female “disease”, highly dependent on the number of hormones produced by the body.
That is why all pregnant women, women taking contraceptives, and, often, obese women have cellulite. But beautiful slim women are also the owners of this “beautiful” phenomenon.
In addition, factors for the development of this unpleasant problem may be:
- Improper diet;
- lack of sports;
- sedentary and sedentary lifestyle;
- the effects of toxins on the body;
- bad habits;
- pancreatic dysfunction, which means a metabolic disorder;
- endocrine and thyroid disorders;
- genetic predisposition.
A total of 4 stages of cellulite development are distinguished.
The first stage is completely imperceptible at first sight, but already actively manifesting itself.
Areas of irregularity are usually swollen and cellulite is evident when folds are formed. This stage is mostly typical for teenagers and young adults under 25 who lead an inactive life and abuse fast food and sugary sodas.
At that age, the skin retains its natural firmness and elasticity, and cellulite is expressed by swelling in specific areas of the body (mostly on the outer surface of the thighs and buttocks).
The problem at this stage is solved by diet, vigorous exercise, maintaining the water balance in the body, and skincare treatments: moisturizing, nourishing, scrubs, and massages.
The second stage is diagnosed by the naked eye.
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