Cellulite on Thigh Front
You may have noticed the appearance of cellulite on the front of your thighs. For many people the appearance of cellulite is an unwanted embarrassment, and most would prefer a smoother looking skin appearance. Cellulite occurs in both men and women and in people who are thick set as well as those who are thin.
The causes of cellulite are factors like heredity, genetics, hormones, gender, diet, metabolism, exercise habits, dehydration, total body fat, and the thickness of your skin. Cellulite is the appearance of dimples or bumps on the surface of your skin
Typically the type of fat that is closest to the connective tissue and the skin is in the leg region which is why many people seem to have cellulite on the front of their thighs. Men and women do not store fat the same way: women seem to store larger amounts of fat in the regions closer to the skin, whereas men tend to store their fat in the deeper parts of the body. So unfortunately women typically have a higher chance of seeing the appearance of cellulite.
It is important to note the cellulite is an appearance not a medical condition. The appearance of cellulite is not bad for you or medically dangerous. However, the causes of cellulite may be detrimental to your health. For example if cellulite is due to being overweight or obese we know this can be a health risk.
If you are looking to rid your thighs of the appearance of cellulite nothing will be more effective than regular exercise which focuses on the front of your thighs and a diet low in fat and high in fiber and increasing your intake of filtered water. There are some treatments which claim to help with cellulite, most are debatable and long term results have not been recorded. Before taking or engaging in any treatment you should consult your trusted doctor and do your research.
- Mesotherapy: Mesotherapy is a series of injections into the skin tissue just beneath the skin. These injection cocktails are mixtures of vitamins, minerals and amino acids, and enzymes. This process requires ten or more multiple sessions and many of the components have not been approved and the long term effect of this process may be risky and is unproven.
- Laser Treatments: Laser treatment is said to melt fat and break up the fibrous tissues under the skin and promote collagen. This is the most expensive treatment and also requires multiple sessions and future maintenance.
- Liposuction is a surgical procedure and any surgical procedure should not be taken lightly. Liposuction also removes fat deposits from deeper parts of the body and does very little to reduce the appearance of cellulite. In fact liposuction, in many cases, may enhance the effect of cellulite making things worse. Liposuction is not a great choice for those people who are looking to reduce cellulite in the hip abductors or any other region of the body.
- Creams and lotions: Creams and topical treatments are the least invasive and often the most economic. One caveat to consider when choosing cellulite creams is the possible side effects of some of the chemicals used in the creams such as aminophyline which is a prescription drug and can be very dangerous for people with circulatory problems or who may be allergic to the drug itself.
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