4 Reasons Why Cellulite can not be Treated
Cellulite is not a disease or a disease causing substance to be treated. It is rather a reference to the dimpled appearance of the skin that people. Mostly women have on their thighs, buttocks and hips. Women have more of this because of the way fat deposits in women and the ways in which muscle and connective tissues are distributed in the body. The lumpy look is caused by the deposits of fat that keep pushing and distorting the connective tissues beneath the skin and this leads to the changes in the appearance of the skin. It is important to know that cellulite problem is not linked to a condition called cellulitis which is a bacterial infection or inflammation of skin or tissues under the skin. Here are some reasons why cellulite cannot be treated.
1. It can be just the normal appearance and nothing out of the ordinary or something that has to be corrected
The dimpled appearance of the thigh or the buttock can simply be the normal way some people look and shouldn’t be seen as an abnormality that should be treated. Reasons for this can be hereditary, thickness of the skin, gender, amount and distribution of the fat in the body. Although female hormones are known to cause this appearance, this cannot be treated by hormone therapy.
2. There are a lot of treatments that just don’t work and are just a rip-off
Methylxanthines are a group of chemicals that can be found in a lot of cellulite creams. One way of reducing cellulites or getting smooth skin is to reduce the amount of fat in the body and the truth is that these creams contain far too less amounts of the chemicals to do any actual change. Dietary supplements are another rip-off that claims to get rid of cellulite. Other than messing up your system you will not find any visible changes with this treatment.