Beneath the surface of our skins we have a fatty tissue that sits on a firm layer of collagen connective tissue. Before cellulite shows up, the outer surface of the skin is smooth and supple (no bumps and no ridges). The fatty tissue beneath the skin is also smooth which causes no bumps to show. The fatty layer just below your skin is (and remains) smooth and supple as long as the fat cells remain strong, healthy and flexible inside.
The dimply, bumpy texture we call cellulite begins to occur when the structure of the fat cells begin to weaken. When the cell walls weaken, the cells begin to "sag" and this "sagging" is what accounts for the "orange peel" look of cellulite. The weaker the cells become, the worse the sagging and the worse the cellulite.
Although about 90% of women suffer from some degree of cellulite, we all can’t help but think that the condition is our own fault and we could have done something along the way to prevent it, whether it is the things we eat, the way we sit or maybe the amount of exercise we do.
There may have been various myths you may have heard about cellulite over the years some may be true to an extent and some are complete nonsense, click on the cellulite myths and facts page to find out more.
The causes for cellulite are unknown but can be a multitude of reason from diet, genetics or even just a lack of excerise
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Caffeine Extract removes Cellulite
Caffeine works as a stimulant as well as a vasodilator; it stimulates the breakdown of fat cells and also widens the blood vessels in the area. As such Caffeine stimulates the circulation and blood flow, which helps remove toxins, fat and excess fluids. When blood is allowed to move into the region the natural metabolic pathways of the body are stimulated and you will also burn more fat naturally. Caffeine also inhibits phosphodiesterase.
These are enzymes which are responsible for the break down of cyclic AMP, which in turn deprives the body of energy. By preventing the phospodiesterases from breaking down the cyclic AMP the energy is used efficiently. Topical use of caffeine is preferred over oral use, as its effects will be localized and concentrated. Through oral use the caffeine will never reach the target area in a concentrated form.