Having cellulite does nothing for your self-esteem. In fact, there are studies that show it can increase stress hormones. This may lead to depression and feelings of a negative self-image. As the saying goes, knowledge is power. So, let’s look at the facts.
Winter is the ideal time to treat cellulite. We advise scheduling an appointment with a trained Bellabaci therapist soon for anyone who wants to prepare for swimsuit season..or take matters into your own hands! Continue reading
There are way too many products out there today that claim to have you thin and svelte by the end of this weekend, week or month. Most of us have fallen onto this trap at some point, only to walk away frumpier than before, and the disappointment lingers longer than we expect. Continue reading
Women of all ages can fall prey to those frustrating bumps, and finding a treatment that works can be costly, but not anymore. It’s time to introduce you to the best stubborn cellulite solution!
What Is Cellulite Anyway?
We all know what cellulite looks like–it’s the bumpy fat deposits that often appear on the legs and butt, but can also show up in the hips, stomach, and arms. Sometimes it’s severe, and sometimes it’s quite mild, only visible when you pinch the skin.
Well, what you’re actually seeing are swollen fat cells putting pressure on the surrounding fibrous tissue. This then pulls the skin downward and creates the telltale pitting that makes so many women self-conscious.
How to Test Yourself for Cellulite
The percentage of women with cellulite is staggeringly high–between 85-98% according to some research, and it’s medically classified into four stages:
• Stage 0: No noticeable dimpling while standing or lying, and the pinch test shows folds and furrows, but no mattress-like appearance.
• Stage 1: No dimpling while standing or lying down, but the pinch test shows mattress-like appearance.
• Stage 2: Spontaneous dimpling when standing, but not when lying down.
• Stage 3: Spontaneous dimpling when standing and when lying down.
What is this pinch test, you might be wondering? It’s very simple.
Using your index finger and your thumb, pinch the skin on your outer thigh, buttocks, or abdomen, and look for dimpling.
If you can only see some dimpling when you pinch, but want to make sure it doesn’t get worse over time, then I recommend you start taking simple, preventative actions now.
Diet to lose fat, and particularly the stubborn fat
Reducing your body fat percentage can obviously have positive effects on your cellulite, but it’s not the end-all cure as some believe (as evidenced by the many skinny girls out there with cellulite).
That said, if you’re overweight, bringing your body fat into a normal, or athletic range, will definitely help. And even if you’re not overweight, you can still carry quite a bit of stubborn fat, which is the type worst affected by cellulite. By reducing this fat in particular, you can alleviate the cellulite. Stubborn fat can be diet resistant though, making it really hard to achieve results by just making dietary changes.
Manual manipulation of these stubborn areas have deemed the only effective and long-lasting treatment to beat cellulite. Combine that with a potent yet natural formula and you have the solution to stubborn cellulite in your reach. Get your hands on The Bellabaci Cellulite Be Gone Kit, scientifically designed to banish cellulite for good!
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Have you ever wondered if fizzy drinks like really does Coca Cola and sparkling water create cellulite?
Different fizzy drink ingredients have a different effect on cellulite
The most common ingredients in fizzy drinks are: phosphoric acid, caffeine, sugar in all its forms, carbonate, cola, aspartame, sucralose, preservatives, fruit juice, alcohol and flavourings among others. Initially I will comment on each ingredient separately and then I will give you the lowdown on the best and the worst fizzy drink ingredients and the best and worst fizzy drinks for cellulite. Continue reading
Did you take the step to do something effective about your Cellulite? You are just a few weeks away from having those smooth thighs you haven’t seen for some time.. But, what do you do in the meantime while you are waiting for your body to respond? Some may not realize that their elimination processes have been so damaged, that it may take a few weeks extra to get the party started.
Seeing visible results are around the corner if you are using The Bellabaci Cellulite Be Gone Kit, but if you need to don that new bikini before you’ve got your sexy back, these tips may help to hide your cellulite in the meantime. Continue reading
With so many expensive Cellulite creams and painful procedures on the market that promise to successfully treat your cellulite, it’s no wonder those who have these telltale dimples don’t know what to choose. New cellulite treatments come and go, but one thing is for sure, the only way to treat cellulite with great results, is by massaging the area regularly, the right way. Continue reading
Exercise is almost like a diet. Most of us need it, but always have an excuse not to do it. When you want to fight cellulite on all fronts exercise is a great way to go as the lungs are a big organ and it’s job is to get rid of waste and toxins in your body. Continue reading
What is cellulite
Cellulite is fat stored just below the surface of the skin, which can look dimpled or rippled, also known as orange peel.
Teen cellulite is no different to any other kind of body fat, it’s only stored in a different way. The most affected areas around a teen’s hips, thighs, and buttocks, just under the skin. Most, if not all, teenagers have some fat stored under their skin, so even the skinny teenagers may have cellulite. The amount of cellulite and the way that a teenage body stores her or his body fat is generally influenced by their genetics. Continue reading