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Friday, May 30, 2014

How to Prevent Cellulite

Editor's Note:

Okay you're one of the lucky few who doesn't have cellulite. But because there is no guarantee that you won't ever one day have the condition I believe that it just makes good sense for you as a woman to know what is involved in preventing from acquiring it. The tips in following article may not necessarily be all inclusive but as you will soon see, there is still many good tips that you can put into practice if you are willing to put in the work.

What is one word that can cause widespread fear and loathing in women all across the world? Although images of spiders, snakes or even bad dates might come to mind, an even more common fear exists - cellulite! The unsightly wrinkling of skin around your hips, thighs and buttocks is experienced by most post-pubescent women. Although you can't completely eliminate cellulite, you can empower yourself to reduce the condition.

If you want to know how to prevent cellulite, you need to inform yourself of the various methods available.

The cosmetics industry has been more than happy to take advantage of this widespread condition by offering an endless variety of products aimed at fighting cellulite. Anti-cellulite creams, lotions or gels are now available in most department stores and the majority of cosmetic companies now offer products specifically targeted to reduce cellulite. For example, Hydroderm has created a product called "Body Shape" which increases moisture to the skin. The active ingredients of the lotion are delivered into the fat cells in an effort to dehydrate and reduce the size of the individual fat cells. The prices and results vary greatly so you will need to invest a little time to determine if any of the products actually do produce visible results.

An option that requires a little more effort, but greatly improves your chances of positive results is weight and interval training. Interval training consists of alternating between a recovery or slower pace and a faster high-exertion pace of exercises. Fitness instructors recommend performing vigorous interval training at least twice per week. Weight lifting sessions should also be incorporated into your weekly routine - especially exercises targeted for the lower body such as squats, leg presses and lunges. Regular cardiovascular exercise will help you to burn extra calories and transform body fat into energy, thus minimizing the appearance of cellulite.

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