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How to reduce cellulite ?

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Asked by cnanu shree, 15 Jun '13 11:22 am
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Hi! Cellulite is a genetic problem. Even thin people have cellulite, and theres no 100% accurate remedy for it. Exercise, water, masasge and creams are all said to help... Give it shot!
Answered by Brinda Sapat, 17 Jun '13 06:50 pm

 
  
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The truth is nearly all women have cellulite. A staggering ninety per cent of post-adolescent women have the dreaded orange peel-skin look. It is not related to obesity and is found on skinny and overweight women alike. Although it is hard to totally eradicate, follow these tips to beat cellulite and you will see a difference in as little as seven days
Drink well to beat cellulite
Drink six to eight glasses of water per day to flush out any excess sodium that causes fluid retention (and ultimately causes cellulite). If you get bored of water, try herbal teas or adding a little pure fruit juice to it. Sticking to this regime can make your skin look plumper within seven days - goodbye cellulite!
quit smoking ir be away from passive smoking too.
Smoking can worsen cellulite as it cuts off your skins food supply and floods your body with toxins. This can have a detrimental effect on the elasticity of your skin, thereby worsening cellulite and bringing on premature wrinkles and saggin ...more
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 15 Jun '13 11:26 am

 
  
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