Natural Ways to Get Rid of Cellulite Quickly and Effectively

Natural Ways to Get Rid of Cellulite Quickly and Effectively

What is cellulite?

Cellulitis, or superficial lipodystrophy, is a subcutaneous fatty mass, an abnormal accumulation of fat, water and toxins trapped in hardened collagen fibers.

As they grow in size, these clumps form protuberances which deform the dermis more or less visible to the naked eye, giving it a grainy appearance of orange peel.

This fat is located in the hypodermis, the deep layer of the skin (under the dermis and epidermis). Unfortunately, it is not eliminated by a simple diet, nor by physical activity.

Cellulite is not a disease and does not present any particular danger to health. It is above all an aesthetic problem poorly experienced these days.

At a later stage, it can be painful to pinch or touch and requires more effort to remove.

9 out of 10 women will have cellulite. Men are not spared.

Cellulite is a rather feminine phenomenon. Nine out of ten women will have them in their lifetime, whether they are thin or round, athletic or not.

This is for both hormonal and constitutional reasons. Women are in fact “programmed” to store fat in anticipation of a possible pregnancy and a breastfeeding period. This principle dates from antiquity when our ancestors could be brought to live periods of deprivation.

It is for this practical reason that their hormones (estrogen) promote this storage. In women, fats represent 25 to 30% of their weight against only 12 to 15% in men. They have twice as many adipocyte cells (fat or adipose cells) as men.

But men are not spared by cellulite either-even if, in the end, few will be affected. They do not have the same storage needs, so they have fewer fat cells than women. These cells are smaller and more compact. Men’s skin is also thicker, so cellulite, when it is present, is less visible.

“Orange peel” affects some crops more than others. Thus, white women are more prone to it than black or Asian women. Some factors, such as being overweight, promote cellulite but you can very well be thin and have it as being round and not display the slightest trace of it.

Recent studies have shown that this is due to the distribution of fat: a thin woman whose fat is distributed mainly on the regions predisposed to cellulite will be more prone to cellulite than a round woman whose fat is distributed more evenly on the body.

Buttocks, thighs, and hips: privileged regions for women

Cellulite appears where fat cells are most numerous, a distribution that is not the same in men as in women. Thus, we find dimpling in the lower body in women (buttocks, thighs, hips) and in the upper body in men (neck, shoulders, stomach). It is sometimes found on the arms, stomach, knees, neck or even ankles.

Types of cellulite

Watery, edematous, or infiltration cellulitis:

It is linked to water, in particular to water retention swelling cells, leading to the accumulation of waste and inflammation of tissues. It is barely visible and supple cellulite.

It is most often caused by circulation problems manifested by various symptoms such as heavy and swollen legs, impatience, sensitivity to bruises, mottling on the skin.

It is favored by the lack of physical activity. It is housed on the stomach, arms, thighs, hips, and buttocks.

Fat cellulite:

It is caused by excess storage. Excess fat swells fat cells (adipocytes), up to 50 times their size, disrupts circulation and causes the build-up of toxins that inflame tissues. Certain regions of the body are more concerned than others because the fat cells are more numerous: the hips for example with the famous saddlebags.

It is soft, supple, and painless cellulite. It can appear in the event of excess consumption of bad fats (cooked fats, saturated fats) and/or a lack of physical activity. Check your Body Mass Index (BMI) to find where you are.

Fibrous or indurated cellulitis:

It is caused by dysfunction (fibrosis) of the collagen fibers used to fix cells on the skin and muscles. It is hard cellulite to the touch, purplish in color and very visible. It is painful on pinching and palpation. Usually old, it can be deep and compacted. It is found on the thighs. It is cellulite that is difficult to dislodge.

These 3 types of cellulite often coexist because the causes are linked, one favoring the other. We are talking about mixed cellulite. The mixture of fatty cellulite and aqueous cellulite is the type most frequently encountered in women. It grows all over the regions of the body.

The solutions to fight against cellulite must be established taking into account the type of cellulite (aqueous, adipose and/or fibrous).

What are The Causes of Cellulite?

A problem of both excess fat, circulation, and collagen degeneration

Cellulite is caused by adipose tissue dysfunction linked to poor local blood and lymphatic circulation, whether or not combined with excessive fat storage.

A problem that is often hormonal in women but also linked to lifestyle (too rich food, lack of activity) and, indirectly, to heredity.

In short, the accumulation of fat forming cellulite is caused by several factors: poor drainage, accumulation of waste, water and fat in the cells, degeneration of collagen fibers and agglomeration of fat cells and collagen fibers into nodules deforming the skin. skin surface.

In more advanced cases (fibrous cellulitis), these nodules clump together to give rise to very visible cellulite, painful and more difficult to treat.

Cellulite, a vicious circle

Excess fat

Fat storage is a normal phenomenon, especially in women where it is favored by hormones, as we explained above. These fats are stored in the form of triglycerides in the adipocytes to be available when needed (physical activity, pregnancy, breastfeeding, etc.).

Fat cells grow as storage increases. They can multiply their size up to 50 times. Beyond that, they are divided in order to further increase the storage capacities.

It is not so much the storage itself that is of concern. An obese person may very well not have cellulite. But when there is excess, this increase in volume causes compression of micro-veins and lymphatic vessels disrupting the circulation of blood and lymph.

Thin people can be quite affected depending on the arrangement of their adipocyte cells: if the little fat they have is distributed to places predisposed to cellulite, they may be prone to adipose cellulite!

A circulatory or hormonal problem

A circulatory or hormonal problem causing fluid retention can lead to a similar situation. Fluids retained in cells swell them (edema) and make the circulatory problem worse. In women, normal hormonal activity, possibly amplified by pregnancy, menopause or the concomitant use of contraceptives, creates fluid retention which helps to reinforce the problem.

Water retention and waste accumulation

The circulation thus disrupted by excess storage or circulatory problem reduces drainage and waste disposal capacities. Water and toxins build up in cells and swell them. Food can of course also provide additional toxins (red meat, saturated fat, etc.) amplifying the problem.

To this phenomenon is added the degeneration of collagen fibers (see below). The tissues dilate (edema) and become disorganized, forcing adipocytes and damaged fibers together into micronodules, capsules made of sclerotic collagen fibers.

It is these nodules that modify the appearance of the skin and are called cellulite. This fat trapped in a network of fibers can no longer be eliminated by the metabolism, therefore where the difficulty in eliminating cellulite by diet or sport.

The only way is to “break” these clumps to release the fat and eliminate it through normal lipolysis.

When collagen “gets involved”: fibrosis

Fat cells are attached to the skin and muscles by connective tissue, a collection of collagen fibers resembling the mesh of a net. As the cells gain in size, these fibers become thicker to gain strength.

Over time, they deteriorate and harden. It’s fibrosis. With the compression they undergo, adipocytes and fibers assemble into micronodules as we described above. The micronodules get bigger and bigger and eventually merge together, forming macronodules.

The skin becomes shiny and hard and has many hollows. Vessels and micro-varicose veins may appear. At this stage, the legs can be “heavy” and the slightest effort becomes difficult.

The factors of cellulite: a mainly hormonal problem linked to excess fat

Several factors promote cellulite:

  • The hormonal factor: in women, cellulite appears from puberty under the influence of hormones (estrogen) which promote the storage of fat for pregnancy and breastfeeding. These hormones cause water retention in the tissues. The hormonal influence is reinforced during pregnancy, menopause, menstrual cycles or even when taking contraceptives. A hormonal imbalance can add to this.
  • A diet that is too rich or a lack of activity: excess fat and a lack of activity are factors that promote cellulite. Fat cells (adipocytes) get bigger and disrupt blood and lymph flow, making the hormonal problem worse.
  • The hereditary factor: the number of adipocytes varies from one individual to another. This number is determined during childhood and stabilizes around the age of 15, but it is also influenced by genetic factors. Furthermore, lipolysis, our ability to burn fat, is also an inherited factor. Finally, a weak collagen structure of the connective tissue can be acquired by heredity and promote cellulite. Some individuals are thus more inclined than others to develop the famous “dimples”.
  • Lifestyle: certain habits of daily life can promote the factors responsible for cellulite. Clothes or shoes that are too tight, sedentary activity, bad posture can cause circulation problems and thus promote water retention. Fatigue and stress release cortisol, a hormone that promotes fluid retention. Certain foods like salt also promote fluid retention. An unbalanced diet and a lack of physical activity help to store more fat. Finally, yo-yo diets modify the elasticity of the skin, make it fragile and thus promote cellulite.

Evolution of cellulite: 3 stages of formation

Cellulite changes over time. At first, you can only see it by pinching the skin, but over time it becomes more and more visible and more and more difficult to remove.

  • Emerging cellulite: you have to pinch the skin to see it. At this stage, we can easily get rid of it.
  • Installed cellulite: cellulite appears without pinching when standing. Defeating her is already more difficult.
  • Fibrous cellulite: visible whatever the position, it is more difficult to treat but it can be reduced.

How to fight against cellulite?

There is no miracle recipe for eliminating cellulite but effective solutions exist to greatly reduce it depending on the stage. Diet and sport help but are not enough since, as we have seen, cellulite is fat trapped in a network of fibers that the metabolism alone cannot eliminate. To fight against cellulite, you must:

  • Treat cellulite in itself: the objective is to release the trapped fat to make it available again. Massages and creams, anti-cellulite device,s or sessions in a specialized institute will help you.
  • Treat the cause of cellulite or aggravating factors and maintain the ground: the aim is to treat the circulatory problem and, if necessary, to stop storing excess fat or even destock it. Draining products will help you eliminate toxins and stimulate blood circulation. A healthy lifestyle is essential: a healthy and balanced diet, physical or sports activity and a few good habits to acquire will suffice.

Also note that the more cellulite is installed, the more difficult it is to get rid of it. An “old” cellulite or pronounced cellulite will require more effort.

The solutions to be implemented to treat cellulite must take into account the type of cellulite (aqueous, fatty, fibrous). It is therefore useful, first of all, to identify it properly. A specialist can help you.

The objective will be to work on the different factors at its origin: water retention, blood or lymphatic circulation problem, excess fat, etc. For advanced cases, there are clinical methods but they are to be used as a last resort. We discuss them in a dedicated section.

As a first step, we advise you to consult your general practitioner. This one will be able to inform you or redirect you to a specialist. In particular, if the cellulite is due to a circulatory problem, your doctor will be able to make a diagnosis and help you.

The solutions to be implemented to treat cellulite must take into account the type of cellulite (aqueous, fatty, fibrous). It is therefore useful, first of all, to identify it properly. A specialist can help you.

The objective will be to work on the different factors at its origin: water retention, blood or lymphatic circulation problem, excess fat, etc. For advanced cases, there are clinical methods but they are to be used as a last resort. We discuss them in a dedicated section.

As a first step, we advise you to consult your general practitioner. This one will be able to inform you or redirect you to a specialist. In particular, if the cellulite is due to a circulatory problem, your doctor will be able to make a diagnosis and help you.

Also remember that cellulite is neither a disease nor a defect. It is quite possible to live with it. The psychological aspect is worth considering before embarking on a treatment that is sometimes long and restrictive.

If, despite everything, you want to fight your cellulite, the following section is for you. To dislodge unsightly cellulite, we suggest you implement a shock strategy aimed at treating all the factors that are at its origin.

In practice

To attack cellulite, we offer a 4-point strategy aimed on the one hand to dislodge trapped fat, on the other hand to treat the underlying problem:

  • Dislodge cellulite: the idea is to “break” the cellulite to release fat and make it again mobilizable via the process of lipolysis.
  • Improve blood and lymphatic circulation: stimulate circulation and venous return will help in the elimination of water, toxins, and fats.
  • Limit fat storage: you can stop storing excess fat without necessarily depriving yourself by changing your eating habits.
  • Activate the destocking of fats: increasing your metabolism makes it possible to destock excess fats and “lighten” greedy adipocytes.

Depending on the type of cellulite, you will favor one or the other of these points although all are important, even in thin people. Here are some targeted tips:

Aqueous cellulite:

The circulatory problem causing water retention must be treated. Massages and drainages should be favored as well as physical activity to activate venous return: walking, aqua gym, cycling. On the diet side, eat foods that promote drainage. Creams and food supplements will complete the whole.

Fat cellulite:

you have to work on all points with an emphasis on fat loss and a balanced and healthy diet.

Fibrous cellulite:

You have to work on all the points. The techniques practiced in the institute may be necessary to visibly reduce your cellulite.

Dislodge cellulite by releasing trapped fat

To dislodge cellulite, it is not enough to lose fat by dieting or playing sports. The dimples are trapped fats, poorly irrigated and therefore on which the lipolysis process is not very active.

Depending on the degree of advancement of the cellulite, it should be given a boost by “breaking” the fibers by massages. Palpate rolling is an effective technique for this. It consists of pleating and rolling the skin with your fingers (see our video).

To amplify the effects of massage, it is advisable to combine it with an anti-cellulite cream or gel. These products are designed to activate drainage and eliminate local fat. Combined with massage, their action is deemed to be effective (read below).

Finally, it is important to take care of your skin by moisturizing it and avoiding prolonged exposure to the sun. Applied regularly, a moisturizer will nourish and tone your skin and prevent the appearance of stretch marks.

Improve your blood and lymphatic circulation

The following tips will help you improve the circulation problem involved in the development of cellulite:

Get moving!

  • Do a sport, practice a gentle and regular activity: moving promotes lymphatic circulation.
  • Walk! Walking activates the plantar pump, known as the Lejars venous sole, and the calf muscle pump (Starling’s heart) which ensures 80% of the venous return (circulation from the feet to the heart).

Practice massages

  • Massages stimulate the tissues, tone the skin and improve microcirculation. Use a draining anti-cellulite cream to amplify the effects.
  • To be practiced from the bottom up (towards the heart), ideally after a hot shower to better penetrate the product. Practice the “palpate-roll” technique by rolling a fold along the area to be drained.

Adapt your eating habits

  • Drink a lot. Water or green tea, renowned for its draining effect. Hydration promotes drainage and the elimination of waste.
  • Eat foods that stimulate circulation: fresh fruits rich in vitamins, garlic, onion, oilseeds (almonds, walnuts, hazelnuts).
  • Avoid salt as well as industrial products and prepared meals that contain a lot of it. Salt promotes water retention.
  • Avoid foods with a high content of toxins (red meats, animal fats).
  • Certain plants such as horse chestnut, red vine, or even witch hazel and hazelnut, rich in flavonoids, have venotonic effects: they increase the resistance of the vessels and decrease their permeability. Consume them in herbal teas or capsules.

Adapt your lifestyle

  • Avoid high heels (3-4 cm max) and tight clothing that impedes circulation. Heels reduce the efficiency of the calf pump.
  • Avoid crossing your legs. Get up regularly to move if you are working seated. To activate circulation, do this practical exercise (sitting or standing): squeeze the glutes, then release, 10 times.
  • Finish your shower with a cold spray on the legs to stimulate circulation.
  • Elevate the feet of the bed to help venous return.
  • Use draining products (cream, gel, drinks or capsules to swallow).
  • Avoid smoking: tobacco clogs cells and disrupts blood circulation.
  • Avoid prolonged exposure to the sun and hot baths. The heat dilates the vessels, which become permeable, allowing water to flow to the cells.

Limit fat storage

Failing to practice a sport to dislodge fat, at least work not to store more! We recommend that you read our article Do Carbs Really Make You Fat? for easy-to-apply tips. Here is also some practical advice.

It should be known that the storage of fat is linked to the secretion of insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas. The role of insulin is to regulate the level of blood sugar, blood sugar, by storing carbohydrates resulting from digestion and present in excess in the blood.

However, this storage can be in the form of glycogen in the muscles (the fuel used during physical exertion) or in the form of fat in the adipocytes. It is the importance of the insulin peak that defines the type of storage: the higher the peak, the more fat will be stored!

The sugars with a high glycemic index (GI) , called “fast”, cause the secretion of significant spikes in insulin, while the sugars with a low glycemic index, called “slow” ( a concept today outdated ), create less insulin secretion.

In fact, we now know that insulin secretion is not linked to the glycemic index alone but to the product of the glycemic index by the number of sugars ingested. We talk about the glycemic load.

 limit insulin

The trick is to limit insulin spikes by eating low glycemic index carbohydrates and/or limiting the amounts ingested. Prefer low GI carbohydrates (unrefined products) and, to limit their consumption, combine them with fiber (vegetables, legumes, cereals, fruits) and proteins.

Fiber works to lower blood sugar and insulin spikes. This will considerably reduce the storage of fat. Avoid consuming high GI sugars outside of sport. They would be stored as fat.

To minimize insulin spikes, eat fiber, and limit foods with a high glycemic load.

In practice :

  • Favor a healthy diet made from 50% carbohydrates, 35% lipids,and 15% proteins (source: National Health Nutrition Program).
  • Favor low glycemic load carbohydrates (GI x amount of sugar) that do not create an insulin spike: wholemeal bread, wholemeal pasta, brown rice, vegetables, fruits. Avoid refined products that have a high glycemic index.
  • Consume fiber: fruits, vegetables, legumes, unrefined grains. Fiber has the effect of lowering blood sugar levels and spikes in insulin.
  • Vary the foods. Consume fresh products, they contain vitamins and trace elements essential to the body. Prefer steam cooking which preserves vitamins.
  • Limit the consumption of saturated fats (animal fats, cold meats, butter, for example) and cooked fats. Eat the good fats, i.e. unsaturated, raw fats rich in omega 3 and polyunsaturated fatty acids and low in cholesterol and omega 6.
  • Avoid snacking, especially sugars, even slow ones, or in small quantities, to avoid the famous insulin spike.

Activate the destocking of fats!

To destock excess fat, in theory, you have to spend more calories than you consume (playing sports, for example) or consuming less than you already absorb (going on a diet). In reality, things are a little more complicated but the principle is there.

In this section, our goal is to help you lose calories by spending more, even while at rest. How? ‘Or’ What ? By increasing its metabolism. But also by spending more efficiently by practicing an activity burning fat rather than sugars.

Increase your metabolism:

certain foods, appropriate physical activity,and lifestyle adjustments can increase your metabolism.

Burn fat effectively:

Practicing interval training is an effective way to burn fat effectively (see how to lose fat effectively through interval training ).

But if you are not a regular athlete or if your health does not allow you to practice intensive sport, opt for sport at a moderate pace: at low intensity, it is mainly fat that is used as fuel (see our file how to effectively burn excess fat ).

Running the bike spinning, the elliptical, the treadmill, the Zumba are great sports for burning fat and fighting cellulite.

Strength training:

Muscles consume energy, even at rest. By building muscle, you increase your metabolism. See our bodybuilding file and the interest of bodybuilding for health.

Practice sport

sport is strongly recommended to treat cellulite. Endurance sports are effective in losing fat, gaining muscle, and improving circulation. The recommended “anti-cellulite” sports are aqua gym and aqua biking (cycling in water). But any endurance sport will help you fight orange peel skin.

Vibrating platforms:

low-frequency vibrations applied to our body trigger the myotatic reflex, a reaction of muscle contraction in response to these involuntary solicitations.

  • A workout on a vibrating platform strengthens the muscles subjected to vibrations, especially those that support the veins, thus promoting blood circulation and the elimination of toxins.
  • According to studies commissioned by the company Power Plate to measure the effects of their platform, cellulite visibly decreases after a few sessions of vibrotonics. See our dossier on vibrating platforms.
  • Diets: there are many diets to destock fat. Reducing the number of calories initially helps, but our body gets used to it by becoming more efficient and, in the long run, quickly regains the pounds lost.
  • It is even able to continue to store reserves despite the reduced intake of calories. A health specialist will be able to advise you in this area by advising you on a diet adapted to your case. Know that in case of overweight, a diet will help a lot to reduce your cellulite.

Anti-cellulite products: visible results

Anti-cellulite products will not make you lose weight but they will visibly reduce your cellulite. They should be used in addition to the advice above.

For visible results, you must repeat the applications (preferably twice a day) and practice an energetic palpate-roll massage (roll the skin under the fingers and feel it) always going from the bottom up (towards the heart ).

Massage is essential for penetrating the product, stimulating circulation and “breaking” fibers and fat cells. In the end, you will get visible results thanks to a reduction in the size of the adipocytes, better drainage (elimination of water and toxins) and an improvement in the structure of the skin.

Cream, gel or oil?

The gels penetrate the epidermis better and faster, a practical side when in a hurry. Creams and oils force the skin to be massaged and are moisturizing. Whatever your choice, choose your product according to the area to be treated.

Slimming or refining products

These products aim to activate the local destocking of fats and to prevent the formation of new fats. Some products also act on capillary circulation, relieving the heavy legs effect.

There are also products known as “fat burners” or “calorie burners” supposed to destock unsightly fats by increasing our body’s needs for energy (metabolism). These products indirectly help to overcome cellulite by acting on the destocking of fats.

Taken in the form of capsules or tablets, based on guarana, green tea extract, caffeine or other active ingredients, they can be taken as a basic treatment.

Beware of unserious brands and overly promising products. Ask a healthcare professional for advice before using them.

Draining products

Their role is to promote drainage, that is to say the elimination of waste and the improvement of circulation. These products are based on plants or fruits with draining properties such as green tea, black tea, certain citrus fruits (lemon for example), red vine, horse chestnut.

These products exist in the form of food supplements to swallow (capsules), lotions to be applied locally or even a drink to swallow.

Skin enhancers

They do not act directly on cellulite but clearly improve its appearance. Their action aims to firm and smooth the skin.

Anti-cellulite products:

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Beauty salon Treatments

Beauty institutes offer solutions known to be effective in combating cellulite. In general, around ten sessions are recommended. These techniques should complement the advice we give above, in particular a healthy lifestyle associated with physical activity. Ask your doctor for advice before starting this treatment to make sure it is safe for you.

Endermology or lipo massage or Cellu M6:

Endermology is a method of mechanical stimulation of the skin invented in 1986 by Louis paul Gultay (LPG). It consists of reproducing the palpate-roll mechanism. The technique combines massage and suction of the skin carried out by a machine.

This leaves the skin with a wave movement aimed at helping circulation, promoting the elimination of waste, putting fat back into motion in order to be mobilized and to soften the tissues (anti-fibrosis action).


this technique aims to activate lymphatic circulation in the legs by means of boots inflated with pulsed air.

The magnetic field (BodySculptor):

this technique consists of diffusing low-frequency magnetic waves to stimulate the destocking of fat. The person dons a full-body suit covering the body from the feet to the chest.

Ultrasound lipo cavitation (lipocavitron) or Ultrasonolipolysis:

this is a technique known to be painless and radical for eliminating superfluous fat, including cellulite, whether nascent or very encrusted (fibrous). It uses power ultrasound to produce microbubbles of air in fat cells.

These bubbles grow larger and implode, emitting shock waves that destroy fat. This is eliminated through the lymphatic system.

Ultra Shape technique:

it uses ultrasound to destroy adipocytes. It is intended for women of normal weight or slightly overweight (BMI <29).

Celluwave or the shock wave technique:

developed by the company Biophymed, celluwave is a painless technique that treats cellulite through acoustic waves. Its action aims to defibrose adipocytes, promote blood circulation, stimulate cell exchanges and collagen production.

Alphalipology (Alice system):

infrared rays are used to destroy adipocytes by heating the cells to a temperature of 42 ° C.


This is a technique based on baths and hydromassage jets to boost venous return.

We only list a few of the best-known methods here. There are others and new ones appear regularly. Technip (Guinot and Mary Cohr machine), Freeze, Bteck, Théraform, Narl, Velasmooth are some examples among others.

Treat cellulite with cosmetic surgery

Cosmetic surgery offers methods known to be effective and radical against cellulite. These treatments must be prescribed and performed by a doctor.

  • Liposuction or liposuction: the most practiced operation in the world, liposuction consists in sucking out excess fatty deposits. It is an operation performed under local or general anesthesia.
  • Mesotherapy: it consists of injecting under the skin a product that releases fat. The cells swell until they burst, releasing the trapped fat.
  • Electrolipolysis: it consists of passing through the tissues, through fine needles, an electric current of low intensity to accelerate the drainage of toxins and reduce the volume of fats.
  • Criolipolysis: it consists of using cold to destroy adipocyte cells.
  • Thermage: this is a treatment that uses a heating action followed by a cooling action to stimulate the collagen in-depth in order to firm the silhouette without surgery.
  • Laser lipolysis: it uses the laser technique to destroy fatty cells on the surface using a fine needle equipped with an optical fiber and inserted under the skin. It is performed under local anesthesia. It is reputed to be effective on fibrous cellulite.


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