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How to permanently get rid of cellulite in 5 steps

Genetic predisposition.

Which of these items do you tick? They just have to deal with if you take up the fight against cellulite.

What is cellulite?

But along with the reasons you need to determine also the degree of neglect of the problem.

The first stage is not quite cellulite yet. When it is in its infancy, it is more likely to be edematous than irregularities and bumps. The second stage is also harmless in appearance: the skin turns into an orange peel only if you strain the muscles.

In the third stage, cellulite is visible to the naked eye, strong swelling is felt. The fourth stage is no longer just an external defect, but a health hazard: at the same time it happens that it is even painful to touch the fat nodules. Blood circulation can be very difficult, so that without the help of doctors cannot do.

Can I add water to cellulite cream to make it easier to put on?

I just started using St. Ives Cellulite Shield cream, which I love. The problem is that it's so thick that it's difficult to spread. Can I add some water and mix it around, or do you think that would affect the effectiveness? Water is listed as an

The best cellulite cream out there is Revitol's Cellulite Solution. It's made with natural ingredients, which helps in the skin absorb it faster.

It's main ingredients include Caffeine, Capsicum Extract, Retinol A, and Shea Butter.

you can add water -- it will be deluted, but if it's thick there should be no harm in it.

If I quit smoking & drink more water will my cellulite go away?

I only smoke very lightly (not an excuse) & drink very little water. If I improve these nasty habits will my cellulite go away or at least decrease?
I am slim and don't really have any fat to lose - it's just the appearance of cellulite.

but cellulite is visable because the fat cells are larger in those areas and it causes dimpling in the skin.
try toning up...but theres no real way of getting rid of it. all part of being woman :)

No, but it's still a great idea.

Yes. A healthier all-around diet while improve the quality and appearance of your skin. Also, drink more water. It is critical to almost every bodily function (including skin maitenance)