There are some problem areas that are exceptionally hard to hide. For many women, cellulite is an aspect of their appearance that they dislike and find difficult to camouflage. Unlike blemishes that can be masked by concealer and treated with healing gel, there is no simple way to get rid of cellulite.
“It’s not about being skinny or fat,” dermatologist Ranella Hirsch told Allure magazine, adding that diet and exercise is not likely to affect this dimply hindrance. While most cellulite is easy enough to cover up in the winter, the short dresses and bathing suits of summertime may make some ladies feel self-conscious.
Instead of hiding at home until the cooler weather comes, try an anti-cellulite cream to diminish the lumpy look. According to StyleList.com, the cause of cellulite is still unclear, but its appearance may be enhanced by a surrounding accumulation of fluids, caused by hormones, poor circulation, stress and even tight clothing.
However, Laura Kenney, a writer for StyleList, recommends Karin Herzog Silhouette cellulite-reducing cream. The formula contains 4 percent oxygen, which helps improve circulation by targeting clogged capillaries that retain water.
Kenney reported an improvement after using the product. “After about a weeks use my cellulite looked less apparent – the orange peel texture was noticeably lessened,” she wrote on the website. “But after a month of diligently applying [it] I saw a definite difference.”