Why Are Women Constantly Obsessed With Cellulite?

Why Are Women Constantly Obsessed With Cellulite?

Almost all women generally are tormented by the word: cellulite. Living obsessed with cellulite seems like the latest time consuming pastime. Hold on just a second! Do you not believe that you should first get the right information, not just the heavily marketed “junk science” that is running rampant these days?

That’s assuming you are not a prodigy toddler reading this article, or a teenager, you may be in that “luckiest” segment of the statistical findings that recognize that word, but are yet to show any interest in what it does. And then there are those of us, who live in the real world. Most females, no joke, who are the lucky owners of that ever so famous certainly not smooth, dimpled, dare I say the dreaded term: ‘cottage cheese’ like epidermis (your skin) who are in pursuit of honest to goodness remedies that really fix the cellulite we keep trying to get rid of.

Why Are Women Constantly Obsessed With Cellulite? - Almost all women generally are tormented by the word: cellulite. Living obsessed with cellulite seems like the latest time consuming pastime. Hold on just a second! Do you not believe that you should first get the right information, not just the heavily marketed "junk science" that is running rampant these days?

Mind you, it is not fair. Of course, you haven’t directly done anything to have inherited your cellulite accumulation, right? The reality is definitely a problem. You’ve woken up and your butt, gut, shoulders, upper leg, also spots of you from head to toe, that not normally prone to cellulite, but unfortunately, have indeed caused you to be more self conscience and enough is enough, you want to take the necessary actions to get back in control.

You may be as as skinny as a number two pencil, brag to anybody in ear shot about the enormous quantity of food you normally eat without having to worry about what just went past your lips, with no fear of being affected by a single, gosh-darn pound to be gained as a result. And you are not safe from cellulite. A lot of people just like you think they have no reason to worry, because they exercise, get a thumbs up from the doctor, and follow a strict, good for you diet, that said cellulite doesn’t care, and it is almost inevitable it will be showing up like those pesky weeds in your garden. Not welcome, of course. Getting rid of cellulite is an age old challenge that thousands of people will wisely choose their words, push people out of the way just to convince you of the ‘snake oil’ in a box, container or tube that is destined to fix cellulite skin as if you had a magical wand – poof.

That upsets me.

Truth be told, cellulite, at least the way you and I think of it, those fatty areas found in our body that wouldn’t be missed if they vanished, barely any of the ‘big promises’ out there are worth anything.

There are hundreds of cellulite hiding products being promoted right now. And those who are quick to bad mouth everything, but one “miracle” product that they discovered, often have a direct affiliation with your potential sale. Not exactly the insight that is looking out for you.

The list is longer than my left leg: anti-cellulite creams, cellulite exercises, news of cellulite treatments, ultrasound, wear anti cellulite undergarments, cellulite removal via going under a scalpel, cellulite home remedies certain to have you fiddle around with oils, rubs, and baths, has one single objective in mind: to get you to buy into whatever they are selling.

Perhaps you have fallen hook, line and sinker for that so inspiring testimonial, printed blurb from a health and diet magazine, look at me then and look at me now photograph as all the proof you need that what they ‘ironically’ are pushing onto you works – And good news! – it magically gets rid of: fat, cellulite, cottage cheese, or whichever you prefer, or so they keep telling us.

Don’t despair. Maybe I can shed the light on what you are reading in the mainstream media, and squash the cellulite fables and the completely bogus, before this cellulite conundrum gets too out of hand. Quit being obsessed with cellulite.

Source by Paula Penn