Women predominantly suffer from the effects of cellulite because the fat distribution in their body primarily takes place around the hips, buttocks, and thighs. It is a common phenomenon that comes into play as a person grows older.
Lean people suffer from this condition too, but it is much more noticeable in the case of an overweight person. An inactive lifestyle or pregnancy can increase the chances of having cellulite.
• Hormones like estrogen, insulin, thyroid & many more are responsible for the development of cellulite
• It can also be a genetic disorder and passed on to the children from their parents or grandparents
• Stressful life gives rise to the level of catecholamines that, in turn, lead to the formation of cellulite in your body
• Dimpled & bumpy skin, sometimes referred to as orange peel or cottage cheese texture
• Mild cellulite deposition can be detected by pinching the area around the thighs
• Severe cellulite gives the skin a bumpier & rumpled appearance with valleys and peaks over the affected area
It is a complex condition that arises due to various reasons ranging from heredity to hormones.
Lifestyle choices like smoking, excessive intake of fried food, and body fat can lead to cellulite build-up in your body.