Cellulite is known by such monikers as ‘cottage cheese’ and ‘orange peel’, perhaps ironically, as these are both considered healthy for the body, which cellulite is not. Apart from the unappealing aesthetic and ‘unhealthy’ status it imposes on us, it is uncomfortable and can lead
There are 3 known types of cellulite that plague humans today, but cellulite may be due to genetics and hormones, and therefore most prevalent in women. Men can get cellulite as well, but the statistics are significantly lower, which doesn’t seem fair, right? There are
There are a lot of myths around cellulite. It is something that is often not understood properly, and this can lead people to attempt to reduce the appearance of their cellulite without fully understanding what they are doing. So to understand cellulite better, here are
Cellulite affects people of all ages. Even though it is very normal, people who are affected by cellulite often want to reduce its appearance. Here we look at what is cellulite, what causes it and possible treatments. What Is Cellulite? When fat cells expand and
Cellulite is a problem for many women. It often appears on the thighs, stomach and other areas of the body, and it can affect self-confidence. It is actually very normal, and as many as 9 out of 10 women have cellulite. But while it’s normal,
Cellulite is a problem for many people. It can look unpleasant, which can affect your confidence – and it can also be very stubborn. While there is no way to cure cellulite, there are lots of steps you can take to make it less noticeable.
There are some wildly inaccurate promises and pieces flying around during summer and we take a look at some of the more common misconceptions… Myth 1: I have cellulite because I have too much fat. While of course, fat cells play their part in visibly
We’re delighted to have our first ever guest post written by one of the most knowledgable Personal Trainers in the industry. Aimee Stevens, managing director at IPT Fitness, is amongst the most qualified and experienced personal trainers in the UK. With degrees from top UK universities as well as