How to distinguish the different types of cellulite?

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Depending on your type of cellulite, the ways to eliminate it are different! For that reason, you must know how to distinguish these different types of cellulite. Because the Indemne team is composed of numerous women who face the little women’s daily issues, we tell you today few advices…simple sisterhood!

The 3 types of cellulite

Yes, it exists 3 types of cellulite (and it’s enough!)

Soft cellulite

Most of the time localized on the thighs, abdomen, buttocks and arms, the soft cellulite is more apparent when lying down than when standing. The skin has a gelatinous appearance and is not painful when touched. If you suffer from soft cellulite, it is mostly due to a lack of muscle tone and an overweight.

The Indemne advices

To eliminate the soft cellulite, we advise you to eat healthier by avoiding the too high in fat, sugar and salt products. Then, we recommend you to exercise more! Walking, running, swimming or simply do some fitness exercises at home will enable you to reduce the orange peel effect due to this type of cellulite.

Edematous cellulite

The edematous cellulite often affect thighs and knees, but most frequent in the lower legs, which lose definition. It is due to problems of poor circulation aggravated by significant fluid retention. The skin is often painful when touched.

The Indemne advices

As the lack of physical activity favour the creation of cellulite, we advise you to do more sport (yes, once again…). Concerning your diet, favour ingredients with diuretic benefits (celery, leek, green tea, aubergine, red berries, onion, cabbage, pineapple and pepper).

Hard cellulite

Localized on the outer areas of the hips and thighs, and around the back and inside of the knees, the hard cellulite is compact and painful when touched.  Also known as “solid cellulite” because this type of cellulite may never be eliminated if no early treatment is made. Like the other types of cellulite, it is due to a lack of physical exercises and an overweight.

The Indemne advices

To eliminate this kind of cellulite, various solutions are possible: eating healthier but also massaging the affected areas.

Indemne comes to your rescue!

And for fighting against all types of cellulite, Indemne offer you the « Gimme Smooth! » slimming lotion – a natural and effective slimming lotion to reduce cellulite, you will finally have the solution to remove appearance of orange peel and improve skin texture on legs, thighs, buttocks, and stomach. 100% of tested subjects noticed an improvement after 56 days of use.

Gimme Smooth Indemne

 

Composition and ingredients of the 100% natural “Gimme smooth!” lotion

This anti cellulite lotion is composed with 7 essential oils like Eucalyptus Dives and Italian Helichrysum. Eucalyptus oil is known to have antimicrobial and antiseptic properties. Helichrysum is a natural medicinal plant that’s used to make a beneficial essential oil that boasts many different full-body benefits due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. The perfect mix to get sexy legs!

Want more efficiency?

You can use it with the Bubble-In and Big Bubble-in accessories, 2 suction cups which reproduce the rolling massage technique. It takes you only 5 minutes per day! Massage the areas to be treated with massage cup Big Bubble-in or Bubble-in to get a firm and smooth skin!

N.b: Indemne offer you 2 suction cups with different sizes for a use depending on the areas you want to treat. For the small areas (arms, abdomen…) we advise you to use the Bubble-in. For wider areas (thights, buttock…) we recommend you to use the Big Bubble-in.

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Here you are! You know now the different types of cellulite and hold all the cards to fight against yours!

 

You can also read: Our tips to get perfect legs for spring! & Detox water – easy recipes for spring!

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