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The problem of Cellulite

December 27, 2018

The problem of Cellulite

What is cellulite?

It is a disease of the subcutaneous tissue, which affects almost 99% of women to a large extent.
Many people tend to associate cellulite with overweight but cellulite is also seen in thin people.
It does not put health at risk, but it is considered an aesthetic problem that generates discomfort, self-esteem problems and insecurity disorders for those who suffer from it.

Cellulite is the name given to the irregular deposits of fat that people have to accumulate around the hips, abdomen legs, buttocks and thighs.

How is cellulite formed?

It is formed by deficiencies of the circulation and hormonal activation, a sedentary and genetic life.
Lack of physical activity is a factor that worsens the situation, because the practice of exercise helps activate circulation and metabolism and decreasing fat cells.


What types of cellulite are there?

General cellulite: It is the cellulite that occurs frequently in women and men with poor eating habits and sedentary lifestyle. General cellulitis occurs in the abdomen, hips, buttocks, thighs and legs.
Localized cellulitis: the main characteristic is that it presents intense pains. It usually appears in the abdomen, buttocks, lower back, ankles and skin under the armpits.

It occurs in young people from 16 to 20 years old and people from 35 to 40 years old who suffer from tired legs syndrome.
Soft cellulitis: The skin appears loose, flaccid and with a gelatinous appearance. It is observed with the naked eye and the so-called orange skin appears. It occurs in sedentary people or who were active and are no longer active.

Adematous Cellulitis: It is where the skin presents a loose, gelatinous appearance and orange skin. It is characterized by fluid retention and occurs at all ages. It is very common in young people and adolescents, people who suffer from it have to get fat and can be a little painful in touch.
Hard cellulitis: It is where the skin appears consistent and hardened. Both women and men athletes suffer from it, because their tissues are firm and toned. It is due to the lack of nutrients and little oxygenation of the skin. They usually leave holes in the skin when the area is pinched.
All types of cellulite are workable and can be eliminated.

What treatments are there?

Currently there are many treatments to eliminate cellulite.
But one of the most effective natural treatments that does not cost much is to make changes in your life by having physical activity and carrying a diet high in carbohydrates and sugar, high in protein. Be very careful with sweets, fried foods, alcohol and sodas. Do not skip any of the 3 large meals of the day and make two more meals mid-morning and another mid-afternoon. Cook with little salt. Drink a lot of water.

There are non-invasive treatments that are carried out in many aesthetic centers that help improve the appearance of cellulite:
• Mesotherapy
• Cavitation
• Reducing massage
• Carboxytherapy
• Creams for the elimination of cellulite
• Tanning: can serve as an optical illusion

Why do women have more cellulite than men?

Women have more body fat than men in the hip and thigh areas. That is why cellulite is usually more visible in women than in men.

It should never be forgotten that even the healthiest body, with an ideal weight and in perfect physical shape can have cellulite in the abdomen or legs. The vast majority of women tend to have the same condition.



Important, if you want to know more about these procedures; please contact Dr. John Garcia.