If you’re like most women, you have cellulite. Believe it or not, over 90% of women have cellulite at some point in their life. Every year you make a vow to eliminate it once and for all! But then, spring comes, you try on your bathing suit and there it is again... mocking you.
To make things more difficult, your internet search yields tons of results on how to get rid of it. Everywhere you look, someone is claiming this works or that doesn’t. It’s enough to send a girl on a search for the best pair of capris she can find and leave them on for the rest of the summer!
A Multi-Faceted Approach
The truth is, most of the stuff you read online about cellulite is true. Yes, exercise helps; yes, a poor diet makes it worse; yes, the condition of your skin is of paramount importance and yes, detoxification can’t be stressed enough. Some things work for some people, some things don’t and most people need to do some of all of the above. The key is to find the right approach for you. There is one thing that is true across the board: if you want to see results, you’re going to have to be consistent. Make a plan and stick with it.
So, what are we dealing with? The lumpy, dimpled appearance of cellulite is caused by fat cells that have become trapped in the upper layer of the skin by tight connective tissues. Although lowering your total body fat will undoubtedly help the situation, weight loss isn’t the total focus. Smoothing out the dimples and loosening those tissues will however, make a noticeable impact in the way your skin looks and feels. This is why massage is a powerful ally on your journey to slimmer thighs. Massage helps with cellulite, breaks up connective tissues, and increases skin elasticity.
Through months of research, I found that every place in the world has it’s own methods for getting rid of cellulite. From Korea to India to Europe, there are tried and true popular remedies, most of which are detoxification and skin treatments. We are happy to work with you for a comprehensive approach to help you win this battle yet.