The Best Way To Hide Cellulite

The Best Way To Hide Cellulite

If you are like me and have been battling cottage cheese skin, chances are you've tried just about everything to hide that cellulite. Maybe you have tried wearing specially made stockings or leggings. Maybe you never wear anything shorter than ankle length (even to bed in the middle of summer). Stop trying to hide cellulite-laden legs and thighs from the outside.

Research shows that the absolute best way to hide cellulite is from the inside, where it starts. Cellulite is simply fat cells that are able to make their way to the surface of the skin. Does that mean you are fat? Absolutely not! That is why even some skinny women get cellulite. It has nothing to do with being overweight. Developing cellulite has everything to do with damaged skin cells that can no longer hold the fat cells your body needs in their rightful place deep within the dermis. And, as they make their way to the surface, they harden the fibrous cells surrounding them, making the surface of your skin appear bumpy and lumpy.

On my quest to learn more about cellulite I found out that it is caused by several factors;
• a disruption in the blood vessels
• damage to the dermis
• water buildup outside of the cells (edema)
• fat cells that are allowed to move out of the dermis and into the epidermal layers of the skin
• a thinning of the epidermis

In order to hide cellulite, you must fix all of these problems. Otherwise the fat cells that give your thighs and butt that unsightly lumpy look will continue to move toward the surface, making your legs look even worse. Forget the girdles, leggings and stockings. Hide cellulite the natural way –from the inside!

But, if you are in a hurry for more instant results, do what I did – rub a little Cellulean onto your legs. While you are working to take care of your cellulite from deep within your body, let this new anti-cellulite lotion touted by researchers at UCLA Medical Center, tackle those surface bumps. To get a free 14-day trial log onto