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Most Reliable Cellulite and Stretch Mark Treatments

January 13, 2020
by Kevin RR Williams

Cellulite is more common among women due to feminine distribution of fat cells and connective tissue.

Rippling Skin

There are two troubling dermatology conditions: Neither is the result of dermal incision but the marks can be perma­nent. Cellulite describes formation of lumps or dimples in the skin resembling cottage cheese or orange peel. Stretch marks are atypical lines or patterned dis­colora­tions in your skin. To some people they are beautiful. To others they are worri­some or unsightly. Perhaps you have made a resolu­tion to improve your appear­ance. What you do about these skin condi­tions depends upon your complexion, how long you have had the marks, and your personal preference.

What Causes Cellulite?

Anatomically, fat cells protrude into the layer of skin. This causes vari­ous grades of cellu­lite. Genetics, estro­gen, insulin, nora­drena­line, thyroid hormones, and prolac­tin are part of the cellu­lite produc­tion process. Cellulite is more popular among women due to feminine dis­tri­bution of fat cells and connec­tive tissue. In fact, over 80 percent of women develop cellu­lite at some point in their lives. Cellulite shows up less on darker skin.

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Kevin Williams is a health advocate and writer of hundreds of articles for multiple websites, including: A Bit More Healthy, KevinMD, and Sue’s Nutrition Buzz.