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It's the thing that affects almost every woman, no matter her size. You know what I'm talking about — the dimples and puckers, ripples and waves that crop up when you cross your legs or on your butt in a bathing suit. Tabloids pick apart stars who dare to frolic on the beach with it, and it can be enough to make you second-guess your short shorts or bathing suit bottoms.
As common as cellulite is, there's also an awful lot of misinformation out there about what it is, what causes it, and how to get rid of it. So before placing blame, scheduling a cosmetic procedure, or spending a fortune on over-the-counter products, read up on the real story behind cellulite. But neither their efficacy nor their claims about what causes cellulite are supported by science.
Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Myth: Cellulite is just excess fat. Myth: Only an unlucky few get cellulite Brace yourself—if you have cellulite, you are one of hundreds of millions of women in the U. Although men experience cellulite much less frequently, at least 10 percent of them have it, too.
Cellulite consists of fat deposits that appear under the surface of the skin. It can give the area a dimpled and cottage cheese-looking appearance. To check for cellulite, a person can pinch her skin and look for any lumps.
Read more about the series here. Cottage cheese, orange peel, hail damage. By any other name, cellulite may still throw the perfectly sane into a tizzy as winter pants and coats are doffed for more revealing spring and summer styles.
Cellulite refers to a collection of fat stored beneath the skin that pushes against the connective tissue given a dimpled, pucker and lumpy appearance around the affected area. Almost all women live with cellulite today which also includes teen. Research shows that cellulites are more common among women than men because apparently women collective tissue differs from that of men which make our body store fat differently.
Cellulite is fat stored just below the surface of the skin, which can look dimpled or rippled. Cellulite is more common in teen girls, though teen boys can get cellulite as well. Teen cellulite is not necessarily unhealthy, and there is no effective cure for cellulite, but teens who have cellulite can do things to improve their fitness, health, and body image.
But first, a note from GGS: Yes, this article is about cellulite, what it is, why we have it, and what if anything we can do about it. At Girls Gone Strong, we love giving women the space to make their own decisions about their bodies with no shame or judgment either way. Appreciate your body in all its different shapes and appearances, and it will love you back every day. Sure, some men are affected by it, but for the most part, it affects women, often to the point of being fearful of wearing shorts or a bathing suit, for fear of revealing the dimply appearance of her butt, thighs or mid-section.