If you've tried many anti-cellulite creams and they haven't worked for you, don't despair. Here we explain why and what to do to improve orange peel skin. And to know how to reduce cellulite it is essential to understand how it is formed.
The skin is made up of three layers, one on top of the other. From outermost to innermost, they are the epidermis, dermis, and hypodermis. The dermis rests on the hypodermis and is attached to it by columns made of collagen. Just like the stone columns that support the roof of Roman buildings.Cellulite originates in the hypodermis and one of its consequences is that the pillars on which the immediate upper layer is supported, the dermis, begin to lose elasticity. The collagen columns are becoming more rigid and some of them begin to contract, pulling the dermis downwards. This is the cause of the orange peel appearance on the surface of the skin.
A circulation problem causes the columns that support the dermis to stretch and contract, pushing the skin up in some places and pulling it down in others. This is what causes the orange peel appearance.
Now we explain how to know if a cream is going to work for you or not. Doctors classify cellulite in grades. This is what is called the Müller scale.
Grade 1: You don't see dimples but if you squeeze the skin, dimples appear.
Grade 2: You see dimples standing up, but not lying down.
Grade 3: You see dimples standing up and also lying down.
Now that you know how to evaluate the degree of cellulite, we tell you what no one has told you: only degrees 1 and 2 can be improved with creams. Grade 3 implies that the collagen fibers, that is, the columns that support the dermis, are too rigid for a cream to have an effect. In this case, it is advisable to go to a professional. There are very effective techniques to improve this degree of cellulite.
There are two ways to improve the orange peel appearance.
The first is to firm up the dermis. If the dermis becomes harder, firmer, it will be more resistant to the deformations it suffers from the "pull" and "push" of the columns that join it to the hypodermis.
During adolescence, it is often necessary to tighten the skin to see cellulite. This is because the dermis is so firm that cellulite cannot deform it. Over the years, this firmness decreases and then the orange peel is observed without having to press.
By reaffirming the skin we achieve a visible effect on the orange peel. This is the mechanism by which we combat cellulite on Endor.
In the following image you can see how our molecule is capable of firming the dermis. It is an ultrasound performed at the Teknon Medical Center on a volunteer after using Essential Anticellulite Cream for 28 days.
The skin has been refilled. And that has reduced cellulite by 30%.
By firming the dermis with creams we make it more resistant to deformations that cause the orange peel appearance.
The second way is to work on the underlying vascular problem. The hypodermis is inaccessible to creams. You have to reach it from the inside and the most effective way to do it is through healthy habits.
A healthy and balanced diet, rich in fresh foods, vegetables, fruits and whole grains helps to improve circulation. The same as avoiding fatty foods, red meat and completely harmful habits such as tobacco.
Another essential element for maintaining good circulation is physical exercise and avoiding an excessively sedentary lifestyle.
The conclusion is that a healthy lifestyle throughout the year, not only when the good weather approaches, the use of an anti-cellulite cream capable of firming the dermis used regularly, and as long as your degree of cellulite is 1 or 2, they can make a dramatic change in months.