5 Critical Keys to Kill Cellulite
Contributed by – Joey Atlas, Womens’ Body Enhancement Specialist — M.S., Exercise Physiology
Ask any woman on the street what the definition of “cellulite” is and you’ll get a confused variety of answers.
From “toxic fat pockets caught in the skin” to “bands of fiber pulling down on the skin” and many odd things in between…
The truth is: most people really don’t know what “cellulite” actually is, or, what causes this odd appearance of the lower body trouble zones…
This is no surprise as there actually is no such thing as ‘cellulite’… So how do we get rid of something which doesn’t exist?
Here’s the answer:
The word, “cellulite”, was cleverly made-up several decades ago, in a European beauty-spa, to DESCRIBE the bumpy, shadowy and dimpled appearance of skin in the lower body trouble zones of the female body. (butt, hips, thighs, belly, midriff, legs, etc…)
The beauty spas then started cashing-in and profiting big-time by marketing “beauty” services and products to get rid of “cellulite”. And if you’re like most women who’ve been challenged by this issue, then you probably already know all of those passive and superficial treatments do not get rid of the dented shadows and mushy dimples on your buns, legs, belly and thighs.
In order to make your lower-body smooth, tight and attractive, there are 5 steps to follow:
5 Critical Keys to KILL Your Cellulite
Key #1: You cannot get rid of the mushy dimples and saggy shadows by rubbing an odd gel, weird lotion or goopy cream on your trouble zones and problem spots.
So, stop using them – as some can actually make your cellulite worse.
Despite the fact that there are dozens of supposed ‘cellulite reduction creams’ on the market, there is no possible way for any one of them, no matter how expensive, to get rid of your cellulite. Cellulite is not a skin problem. It’s an underlying structural issue, that can only be corrected by reversing the cause of atrophied muscle fibers directly beneath your “cellulite” trouble-zones and problem-areas.
Since the squishy dimples and shadows are a superficial symptom of a problem below the surface; it’s impossible for the creams, lotions or gels to have any physiological impact on the cause of the issue…
Key #2: Risky and expensive ‘medi-spa treatments’ can only reduce your bank account – not your cellulite problems. And there are many consumer reports about women being seriously scarred or injured as well.
Stay away from these as the FDA reports show women who’ve been scarred or injured for life.
Painful, dangerous and uncomfortable services ranging from endermologie to body-wrapping have been proven to be totally ineffective when it comes to treating cellulite. However, advertising and marketing loopholes allow these services to be cleverly marketed to desperate women who are at wits end with the unattractive dimples and shadows on the lower-body problem areas.
Key #3: The unattractive dimples, mushy shadows and saggy ripples known as cellulite are not ‘genetic’ and you are NOT stuck with them forever.
Falsely believing this will prevent you from getting rid of your cellulite. So, don’t entertain this nonsense for 1 second.
These two ridiculous myths are often passed around by ‘neighborhood know-it-alls’ – and many women actually believe these 2 myths – especially if they haven’t found the right way to get rid of the cellulite.
Yes – it is common to see a mother and daughter, both with the lower-body “orange peel” look, BUT this doesn’t mean cellulite is genetic – it simply means both women have not found a way to lift, tone and firm the muscle layers under the dimpled, saggy skin.
Key #4: You can get rid of cellulite, regardless of your age – or when you began to notice it.
Since cellulite is a structural issue (atrophied muscle) – it can be fixed with simple and unique body movements which target the problem areas.
These types of moves can be followed by any woman, regardless of her age. And it doesn’t matter if the cellulite started in the early teen years – or after pregnancy – or after menopause – it’s still a structural issue that results from soft, un-toned muscles underneath the saggy, dimpled, shadowy skin.
Key #5: The only proven way to nail cellulite is through a series of simple, yet specifically targeted movements for the trouble-zones and problem areas.
These natural movements focus on lifting, shaping and toning the muscle layers so they gently push outward against the skin – to bring back the smooth, tight and sexy appearance, while burning off any excess flab, if there is any.
This is how regular women reverse the cause of cellulite dimples and shadows… AND, if there happens to be any excess fat in those zones – it will be burned off as fuel by the muscles. This bonus of losing any unhealthy excess body-fat is nice because it reveals a great body and it works wonders for your health profile.
These body movements can be done anywhere. This is why it’s popular with models and ballet dancers… (“toned” without bulkiness of body).
These muscle-stimulating movements can be done right at home, in total privacy.
— The female lower-body has over 90 muscles…
Picture those 90 muscles BENEATH your skin’s surface in your legs, butt, hips and thigh zones. That’s where the magic happens in regards to true removal of mushy dimples and saggy shadows in the trouble spots and problem areas…
EXTRA TIP – # 6: The Dimples, Ripples and Shadows of Cellulite Get Worse if They Are Not Taken Care of Properly. And the worse it gets, the harder it is to reverse.
So, see how the method works, to avoid further frustration, disgust and anger. It’s your body so just do the right thing for it.
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