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15
Oct

How Your Body Weight Can Affect Your Risk of Developing Cellulite

There are many risk factors associated with cellulite, one of which is body weight. Statistics show that up to 98% of all women will develop cellulite at some point during their lifetime. Also known as adiposis edematosa, this condition is characterized by the herniation of subcutaneous fat from under the…

BY PHYZIQUE
24
Sep

How to Get Rid of Cellulite

Cellulite is something that most women will develop at some point in their life. According to a study published in the National Library of Medicine, up to 98% of women will develop this skin condition. And while it can occur in men, it's far more prevalent among women. If you…

BY PHYZIQUE
07
Aug

The Dos and Don’ts of Dealing With Cellulite

Affecting more than nine in 10 women, cellulite is one of the most common skin conditions from which women suffer. Also known as orange peel syndrome, it's characterized by the herniation of fat under the skin. Cellulite occurs when fatty tissue herniates upwards, essentially protruding through the skin. If you…

BY PHYZIQUE
11
Jul

Cellulite vs Cellulitis: What’s the Difference?

Because of their similar nomenclature, many people assume that cellulite is the same as cellulitis. However, these are two unique skin conditions with their own unique effects and characteristics. This is why it's important to educate yourself on the different skin conditions if you experience problems. So, what's the difference…

BY PHYZIQUE