Your Genes Determine How You Look In Your Jeans
Skin care expert, Mark Wallace, is preaching the truth to his clients. His approach is to educate, assist with and promote wellness. Wallace has discovered a trend within many of his female clientele. The trend? To rid themselves of cellulite.
Many of Wallace’s clients have approached him with tales of disappointment after spending hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on creams and treatments to fight cellulite. The truth is cellulite is a medically verified condition.
Unlike the commercial facade created by pharmaceutical marketing companies, cellulite is not a cosmetic blunder. According to a vast variety of certified medical experts, and websites including Kidshealth.org , cellulite occurs in people of all ages, race and gender.
Cellulite has been documented as more problematic in females. Cellulite is caused by genetic genes vs. the amount of fat in a body vs. the thickness of skin on a body. There is no product and or treatment to date that has been proven one hundred percent effective in eliminating cellulite.
Unfortunately, there is a misconception within the beauty and pharmaceutical marketplace alluding to a myth of cellulite being a treatable medical condition. Medical News Today has actually classified the condition of cellulite into three categories.
There is no product or treatment that has been found in the marketplace aimed to, or even acknowledges, this important fact. Grade One is a minimal case of cellulite. This happens when there is no clinical evidence of cellulite on a person without microscopic review.
Grade two suggests the skin must present pastiness, be lower temperature, and have decreased elasticity in addition to anatomical changes noted by microscopic examinations.
Grade three cellulite has extreme roughness noticeable to the naked eye. Grade three is the most common form of cellulite. No one product or special treatment could, or will ever, blanket treat such a complex and versatile series of cellulite conditions.
As Wallace continues to explain “The research debunking cellulite creams is readily available to anyone with Internet capability. These creams provide the psychology of comfort, fancy packaging and a feeling of being pro-active to the consumer. There is no miracle cure for cellulite.”
Several independent studies, including data from WebMd, support Wallace’s statements. There are several dermatologists, such as Dr. Robert Guida (Guida has appeared on NBC affiliate news shows) who are armed with data supportive of exercise therapy for cellulite.
Specific exercises to tone and tighten the cells within cellulite have been proven to have a positive effect on reducing the appearance of cellulite. Guida also commented on the ability for stage three cellulite to be reduced to stage one cellulite through these specific exercises, also offered by Wallace.
Further information on Mark Wallace; and his medically supported exercise program to remarkably reduce the appearance of cellulite; can be found at www.how-to-get-rid-of-cellulite-now.com/part2a/
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