There are many myths about cellulite. Image via Unsplash

There are many myths about cellulite. Image via Unsplash

Do tight jeans cause it? Truths and myths about cellulite

Did you know that drinking water can help prevent cellulite? Here are six truths and myths about the pesky dimples.

There are many myths about cellulite. Image via Unsplash

There are many myths about cellulite. Image via Unsplash

Cellulite is caused by several conditions that need to be treated simultaneously for an effective result. Finding a technique that would allow a 360° treatment was the biggest challenge for an effective solution.

In the face of several attempts to find a treatment for cellulite, several theories have emerged about which would be the ideal method and with that also some misunderstandings.

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Six truths and myths about cellulite

Cellulite is a natural part of many women’s lives. After a certain age, our bodies begin to change and things no longer look as tight and as firm as before.

Over the years, many myths about cellulite have popped up and left women — and men — who have it, quite confused.

Lets take a look at some of those myths — and truths — about those pesky skin bumps and dents.

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Cellulite can be hereditary – TRUE

According to the professionals at GoldIncision, if your mother, grandmothers and aunts have it, there is a high chance that it will appear on your body too. However, it is not a rule. The gene is just one of the factors that can be considered the cause of cellulite.

Cellulite only appears in sedentary people – MYTH

Yes, excess weight and poor shape can make the holes more apparent, however, cellulite can appear on any body type, whether healthy or not. But for you to help prevent it, regular physical exercise is important.

A lot of women battle cellulite. Image via Unsplash

Biostimulation and detachment techniques is considered the best non-surgical treatment for cellulite – TRUE

The procedure combines bio-stimulation and detachment techniques to treat it, one by one, from the inside out, without surgery. The final appearance is of smoother, healthier skin, thanks to increased collagen and increased blood circulation.

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Water can help prevent cellulite – TRUE

In addition to a well-balanced diet with foods that reduce inflammation, drinking water and staying hydrated will help keep your tissue strong and flexible. In addition to eliminating various toxins from the body through urine and sweat, reducing swelling.

More truths and myths

Tight jeans cause cellulite – TRUE

According to the professionals at GoldIncision, jeans favor the appearance of holes in the skin. Clothing that is too tight hampers circulation and contributes to swelling, two factors that are among the causes of cellulite.

Cellulite is a subject for after 30 – MYTH

It can appear at any age. The ideal is to adopt prevention protocols such as diet and exercise, in addition to performing procedures such as lymphatic drainage and radiofrequency.

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