How To Get Rid of Cellulite
Can Cellulite be Reduced?
Yes, you can reduce the unsightly appearance of cellulite. But in all honesty, there is no quick fix "silver bullet" remedy.
Fortunately, cellulite is not dangerous but it is cosmetically unappealing.
Most women want to diminish the look of "cottage cheese" spots on their thighs, hips and butts. And rightfully so, the better you look the better you feel!
If you're serious about finding a way to minimize the look of "orange peel" dimply skin, consider trying our far infrared leggings and capris.
One of the major causes of cellulite in toxins stored in the fat cells. Far infrared rays help flush the toxins and smooth the skin.
How To Get Rid of Cellulite
There are dozens of suggested ways to reduce the undesirable appearance of cellulite.
You are probably familiar with most of them...
- Drink more water and stay hydrated. Change your diet to consume less sugars, carbohydrates and trans-fats.
- Try daily self-massages to stimulate circulation and help reduce the appearance of cellulite.
- Dry brush scrub the areas affected. Rub in coconut oil to improve the skin's elasticity or try essential oils like juniper and rosemary.
There is another way that's simple, effective and affordable!
Wear far infrared clothing to improve micro-circulation, reduce inflammation and flush out toxins stored in the fat cells.
What Causes Cellulite?
Little is know about the exact cause of cellulite and obviously it is more than skin deep.
Notably, there are numerous factors contributing to it's development, especially in women.
Hormonal changes likely play a significant role. For as women mature towards menopause, levels of estrogen and collagen decrease. The layers of skin start to thin making the signature characteristics of cellulite more visible.
Often referred to as "orange-peel" or "cottage cheese" in likeness.
But it's not just older women who have cellulite. Many younger women do too. So can every case be attributed to hormone imbalance?
Definitely, eating the wrong foods contribute to the increase and size of fat cells. Partly because the body stores toxins within the fat cells.
It makes sense, the accumulative intake of toxins puts an increased burden on the body to store them somewhere.
If the human body can't metabolize foreign substances, it's natural defense is to isolate them in fat cells.
Women’s bodies store fat differently than men. Female connective tissues run vertically allowing for fat clumps to protrude up under the skin. This unattractive consequence is what women don't want!
Connective tissue in men tend to run in a crisscross pattern which tends to hide the presence of lumpy fat just below the skin.
For women, cellulite most often shows up in areas of the buttocks and thighs. But it can also be found on the arms and stomachs, plus other parts of the body resulting from trauma or surgery.
Guess what? Toxins accumulate!Furthermore the fat cells (adipocytes) are altered because they are receiving insufficient oxygen to burn the fat.
Resulting in the adipocytes continuously retaining the intake of fat, growing ever larger in volume, and generating unsightly scar lesions. Producing cellulite!
Image shows Cellulite DimplingSwelling of fat cells below the skin can become unsightly because a Women's fat chambers are vertically arranged. Often referred to as the "orange peel" affect, or the appearance of"cottage cheese" on the hips, buttocks and thighs. Cellulite is not a desirable attribute among women.
There’s Only so Much You Can Do
That’s the reality for most women wanting to get rid of their cellulite.
But there are things you can do to help make a difference.
Sample of Cellulite Dimpling
Lumpy, Irregular Fatty Deposits
For best results you should wear the FIR material against your skin. The garments are not bulky and they have a nice feel. They can be worn under normal wear and are also great to sleep in or lounge around in.
Far Infrared Energy Ignites Bodily Functions:
It also increases heart rate and blood circulation, both crucial to maintaining one’s health. The heart rate increases as more blood flow is diverted from the inner organs towards the extremities of the skin without heightening blood pressure.