Originally Answered: how to reduce cellulite tissue-unwanted fat lying beneath ur skin?
Well, unfortunately there isn't any way to specifically target cellulite areas or remove them. The term cellulite refers to the orange peel look on the surface of the skin, but that's not where the problem actually is. It's far below the skin surface, in the fat stored beneath. Your genetic directions have placed it too close to the skin, and it presses against the connective tissue holding all those skin cells together. Fat cells are rather uneven, where skin cells are somewhat brick shaped. So the fat cells press unevenly against the skin, which causes the dimples and puckers to appear. While you can reduce the total amount of fat in your body, you don't get to choose where it all comes from. Matter of fact, fat reduction will come from all over the body. Worst of all, liposuction won't work either. The body will simply replace it, and the process will damage skin connective tissue in the process- and you can end up with bigger dimples. About the only thing you can do is tone the muscle underneath it all, and control the overall body weight. I suppose you can also say nasty things about great-great-great Aunt Agatha as well. Unfortunately no matter what you do, some of the cellulite will just be with you. If there truly were a cure, you'd never see movie stars with it, nor plastic surgeons or dermatolgists. Whoever does manage to come up with a cure will be a gazillionaire. But as of yet, it doesn't exist. For what it's worth, really skinny, fit folks can still suffer from it too. Men just get a break because they don't have as much body fat underlying the skin. Then again, that's why we are soft and cuddly, and they aren't. Sorry dear, but you will have to live with some of it. Keep the weight down, exercise to maintain tone, and try to keep a sense of humor about what's left. Save your money on the products, they don't work. The problem isn't the skin, so they can't work. Anything that promises to dissolve it is lying. Anything that was strong enough to actually breakup or dissolve fat would not be healthy to put on your skin. Sorry, but it's the truth.