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    what you don't know about cellulite might surprise you.


    Although generally not considered serious, cellulite is a medical condition that can impact our self-esteem.

    Cellulite is caused by shrinkage of deep tissue cords called fibrous septae that run deep through the skin, fat and muscle. When these cords pull downwards, fat pushes upward creating the classic uneven dimpled appearance seen with cellulite.

    Almost all
    of us have it

    Cellulite is a condition that affects 80% - 90% of women.

    it's not our fault

    Diet, a lack of exercise, or lifestyle cannot cause cellulite. Genes, gender, race, and age all play a role in whether we have cellulite.


    Genetics can be linked with the risk of cellulite by influencing the development of characteristics associated with the development of cellulite, such as race or volume and distribution of fat.


    Cellulite is more common in women than men due to our estrogen levels and structural differences in deeper tissues. Men have thicker bands that form a crisscross pattern that holds fat in place as opposed to the vertical pattern seen in women.


    Prevalence of cellulite differs by race. The structure of deeper tissues and location of cellulite may differ by ethnicity.


    The onset of cellulite usually
    occurs after puberty.

    There's something we can do about cellulite that works.

    Release the blame.

    Release the shame.


    learn more
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