Most often when we open celebrity lifestyle magazines and see the rich and famous luxuriating on beaches in the French Riviera, we daydream about what it might be like to be so lucky. But when we turn the page to find mean, close-up shots of their cellulite, we cringe and thank our lucky stars that no one bothers to take photos of our dimpled bums and thighs.Although a whopping 90% of women have cellulite, most of us are extremely self-conscious about it, even when we’re not being chased ..
It happened on a Tuesday. You went scrolling through your best friend’s pictures from the summer’s final beach bash and found an unfortunate picture of yourself caught from behind. There they were, those embarrassing cottage cheese dimples on your thighs and butt, out in the open for all the world to see. Ugh! That was the moment you decided to wear jeans for the rest of your life. We understand. Cellulite sucks.But you’re not alone: 90% of women struggle with cellulite. And what’s ..
Nothing kills your confidence in a bikini quite like cellulite. If you’re tempted to leave your sarong firmly tied around your waist at the beach, you’re not alone. A full 90 percent of women are plagued by the lumpy, cottage cheese effect on the backs of their thighs and bottoms. Frustrating, isn’t it?While experts aren’t quite sure why some women get cellulite and others don’t, there are a few things you can do to improve its appearance.