An excessive amount of bodily cellulite is a very common problem for the majority of people today. In today's perfectionist society, people are constantly looking for new ways to treat their cellulite issues. The remedies are vast, from creams to surgeries, but what is the best cellulite treatment?
Cellulite treatment involves various steps. In the problematic areas, blood vessels must be strengthened, blood flow needs to be increased, the production of collagen and elastin needs to be encouraged, water needs to be attracted to the cells, the cell membranes need to be repaired, the wasted water needs to be reduced, the free-radical damage needs to be prevented, the inflammation needs to be reduced, and exfoliation needs to be promoted. Any treatment which does not do any of the following things will in no way help treat your cellulite issue.
The most common cellulite treatments are topical - usually lotions applied to skin where the problem lies. However, cellulite damage lies underneath the skin, and although these types of treatments are beneficial to the skin and help promote the decrease of cellulite, they are not completely effective on their own, as topical remedies cannot penetrate deep enough to solve the problem. With all that in mind, it can be concluded that although topical remedies may be beneficial, they will not necessarily effectively treat your cellulite problem.
Alternative cellulite treatments are considered much more severe, and can cause damage to your body and the areas where the cellulite is being treated, leaving these treatments as not very great options. The most common treatments associated with this category are: cellulite lifts, essentially a procedure wherein the excess skin in the area is tightened; cellulite surgery, where the cellulite is actually removed from under the skin; and liposuction, where excess fat from the problem areas is removed. The majority, if not all of these treatments will leave you with adverse bodily side-effects, meaning that these treatments are not necessarily recommended.
These, however, are not your only options. Cellulite can be treated naturally and herb-ally, and this type of treatment is considered the best. These treatments use natural, herbal products which work in favor of the aforementioned steps to treatment. These products include aloe vera, alpha lipoic acid, basil, bioflavonoids, borage oil, B vitamins, centella asiatica, coenzyme Q10, essential fatty acids, ginger, ginkgo biloba, ivy extract, lecithin, and vitamin C - all of which are readily available at your local health store.
Cellulite may be a problem for many, but help is on its way with the previously mentioned, readily available health products you can buy for cheap at local health stores. All of these products are healthy and affordable, and will treat your cellulite problem effectively in the best possible way.