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Cellulite: Common Causes And When To See A Doctor

Find answers to commonly asked questions about poor cellulite.

What is Cellulite?

The skin has a dimpled and lumpy appearance. It usually appears on the buttocks and the thighs. It can however appear in other areas of the body. Cellulite is caused by fat deposits pushing through the connective tissue in the skin.


Cellulite is more common after the age of 25.


There can be various reasons for the development of cellulite and determining the exact cause is essential to obtain proper treatment.

Cellulite Facts – 

Cellulite is the fat that beneath the skin. The lumpy appearance is due to the fat pushing against connective tissue. This in turn causes the skin above it to pucker. You can have cellulite irrespective of your weight. Women are more likely to have cellulite on their bodies than men.


Frequently asked questions

How can you treat cellulite?

There are many treatments that you can purchase over the counter or beauty treatments.ew question go to app settings and press "Manage Questions" button.

Can it go away?

You probably cannot completely get rid of it but you can certainly improve it.

Can certain things trigger cellulite?

The answer is yes.

  • Poor diet
  • Fad dieting
  • Slow metabolism
  • Lack of physical activity
  • Hormone changes
  • Dehydration
  • Total body fat
  • Thickness and color of your skin

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