The Best Collagen Boosters for Cellulite
Like all women, my body fluctuates, which means there are times when I feel strong and confident in my body and others where I feel kinda puffy and lumpy. When I'm feeling the latter, I can't help but notice the cellulite I have on the back of my thighs. I've had it ever since I was a teenager and if I'm honest, it's always been something that I'm a little insecure about.
While I know that cellulite is completely normal and definitely shouldn't be something that holds you back or makes you feel uncomfortable or embarrassed, I can't help but feel frustrated by the appearance of it, and I'm not alone. Around 90 percent of women have it.
Cellulite can be caused by a number of things including the breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin, a build-up of toxins or fluid, hormones, stress and even genetics can cause it to appear on areas of the body like your stomach, thighs, butt or abdomen.
And while you can't get rid of it completely, there are a few things you can do at-home to help minimise the appearance of it and prevent future damage. One of the best things that you can do is increase circulation to that particular area of the body and to drain lymphatic system regularly.
Below we explain how best to use a range of at-home treatments that'll help smooth the appearance of cellulite and prevent future damage.