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There Is No Cure For Cellulite
Typically, this accumulation of fat appears on the buttocks, thighs, hips and abdomen (usually areas that already tend to accumulate fat).
But it may also appear under the arms, chest and even neck [source: ADF - in English]. In 2008, women spent about 47 million dollars on products that promise to reduce cellulite.
To be clear, there is no cure for cellulite.
Although there are numerous treatments that promise to combat the appearance of cellulite, the results vary - and are not permanent. But there are things like lifestyle, which can mitigate it.
Keep reading to find out what you can do to treat your cellulite.
Firstly, discover potential causes of cellulite to understand which treatments should work.
Weight gain causes cellulite look even worse.
Causes of Cellulite As even after much research was not discovered a cure for cellulite was also not identified the cause.
It is known that certain hormones predispose to fat accumulation. Genetic factors also contribute to determining how the connective tissue and fat are distributed in the body.
But cellulite-prone areas also contain hair follicles, blood vessels and muscles.
The truth is that researchers still argue about what are the components responsible for the appearance of cellulite.
Androgen deficiency in men who have androgen deficiency does not produce hormones like testosterone in normal amounts. These men can develop cellulite. A decrease of testosterone means a decrease in muscle mass and an increase in body fat.
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