What is cellulite?
Cellulite: Everyone has it; everyone hates it and everyone’s on the quest to eradicate the dimpled nuisance that plagues our thighs, butts and bellies. Although nearly 90% of women experience cellulite sometime during their lifetime, misinformation about it is just as common as the condition. The lumpy appearance results from fat deposits pushing through the connective tissues beneath the skin. Cellulite is classed as mild, moderate, or severe based on the amount of skin dimpling and sagging.
Causes and risk factors
It is unclear why some people develop cellulite and others do not. The following risk factors are thought to play a role:
Genetics: Certain genes linked with metabolism, circulation, fat distribution, and hormone levels may make people more likely to develop cellulite.
Age: The skin loses some of its elasticity and flexibility as it ages, which can worsen the appearance of skin dimples and sagging.
Hormones: The release and balance of hormones such as estrogen, insulin, thyroid hormones, prolactin, and norepinephrine may play an important role in cellulite development.
Diet: An unbalanced diet that is high in fat and low in fibre may worsen the appearance of cellulite by adding to the fatty deposits beneath the skin.
Lifestyle: Lack of exercise and weight gain may add to the worsening appearance of cellulite. However, cellulite can develop in people who get plenty of exercise who are of normal weight. Other lifestyle factors such as inadequate fluid intake, smoking, and high stress levels may also aid the development of cellulite.
So How Do You Get Rid of Cellulite?
It’s the question everyone is dying to get an answer to, but here’s the good news
There’s fix for your skin, no matter how bad your skin is, use Afri-Berry’s Cellulite-Nil Jelly. The Afri-Berry’s Cellulite-Nil jelly makes sure that individual dimples may disappear, if you’re predisposed to cellulite, your body will just make more. But it’s not all great news. There are plenty of people who didn’t know that you can minimize your cellulite with the best Afri-Berry’s Cellulite-Nil Jelly.
Do topical treatments work?
Yes topical treatment do work, You can use Afri-Berry’s Cellulite-Nil Jelly as Topical treatment, it helps to reduce the visibility of cellulite, and the effects will be long-lasting and possible permanent treatment reliant on the skin. You’ll need to apply the product daily to maintain results. Afri-Berry’s Cellulite-Nil Jelly tightens the skin, which makes the skin appear smoother and firmer. It also adds moisture, which can reduce the appearance of cellulite.