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Cellulite is one of the biggest complication that for majority of women are facing. Cellulite is the lumpy substance favouring cottage cheese that is commonly found on the thighs, stomach, and butt. 90-98% of cellulite cases occur in women.

Cellulite is a type of fat tissue in the subcutaneous layer of the skin that contains constricting bands of connective tissue. In women, the dermis reaches its uttermost thickness at 30 years of age. The causes are poorly understood, and various changes in metabolism and physiology can happen cellulite or contribute to cellulite.

Hormones play a prepotent role in the formation of cellulite. Estrogen is the most vital hormone. It seems to begin, and aggravate cellulite. Progesterone goes ahead to weight gain, weak veins and fluid retention.

The bacteria get into the skin through epidermis lesions caused by scratches, stings, bites, burns, or skin diseases (dermatitis). Streptococci scatter very fast in the skin because they produce enzymes that hinder the ability of the tissue to confine the infection. Smoking, lack of exercise, tight clothes, high heeled shoes, and sitting or standing in a single position of long periods have all been associated with an increase in cellulite.

In some cases, genetics is the main cause of developing cellulite. Symptoms of Cellulite are bulging orange peel or mattress, dimpled and pitted look mostly found on the hips, thighs and buttocks and less on the upper areas of the arms, lower portion of abdomen and neck. The skin is insinuated, padded and has the elastic consistency of a sheet of rubber.

Treatments such as liposuction (surgery to remove fat) and mesotherapy (injection of drugs into cellulite) are either costly or may produce only temporary improvement. Plastic surgery for cellulite differently known as liposuction is very popular but is it the best way to reduce cellulite.

Liposuction removes the extra fat from the arms, neck, hips, thighs, abs, face, buttocks and back. Liposuction in normal is surgery to take out fat from under your skin to try and improve your physical appearance.

Many people considering liposuction surgery for cellulite have very idealistic expectations and end up being very disappointed and out a lot of hard-earned money. Plastic surgery for cellulite is not for anyone who doesn't want to take a risk.