The body’s shape is often asymmetrical, and curves may look uneven. The most affected areas are generally the waist, stomach, thighs, and above all, the buttocks. Indeed if you regularly cross your legs while sitting, you are affecting the shape of your buttocks, making them appear flatter or more asymmetrical!
Cellulite, which affects 90% of women (even the thinnest and most athletic), results from fat storage in the adipocytes (fat cells) and fluid retention in the body. As the adipocytes enlarge, the surrounding connective tissue (septa) pulls on the skin surface and produces dimpling. At the same time, local circulation is slowed and metabolic wastes accumulate. Cellulite appears, with its orange peel aspect.
The balance between the production and elimination of fat is maintained through a natural process carried out by cells called adipocytes. Even with a perfectly healthy lifestyle, the activity of these cells tends to slow down over time, leading to an acceleration of fat storage and a constriction of blood and lymphatic vessels.
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