Cellulite - Can Anything Be Done?
According to the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology 90% of women will experience cellulite at some point in their life.
The "orange peel skin" appearance on the thighs, buttocks and belly is mostly caused by genetic factors, ethnicity, pregnancy, age and female hormones, but women with cellulite aren't totally off the hook.
There are a few lifestyle habits that can contribute to a worsening of cellulite, namely being overweight, lack of overall activity, and eating a poor diet. Now...
Cellulite is recognized as a natural process, but in severe cases it can negatively impact a woman's quality of life.
Fortunately, it's possible for women to smooth out the appearance of cellulite using a new bodyweight hack. But...
To accelerate this process, it is essential to know which "cellulite type" a woman is first.
There are 3 cellulite type categories and the most successful route to help reduce dimpled skin very much depends on which category a woman falls into.
Once the cellulite type has been established, it becomes much easier to smooth out orange peel thighs, hips and buttocks.
Just picture the wonderful changes to your body that you can start to see in a matter of days.
NOW is the time for you to get energized and feel confident.
So, it's time for you to make a choice...
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