Most people have cellulite, a fatty-tissue problem that is difficult to eliminate. As a matter of fact, about 90% of all women over the age of 20 have had cellulite. In the past, cellulite was believed to be caused by genetics and obesity but modern medical research has determined that it is actually a disorder of the circulatory system. It is caused by the weakening of the tiny blood and lymph drainage vessels, and the damages to the connective tissues inside our body. So, what are the effective cellulite treatment options available today?

One way to treat cellulite is through mesotherapy for the rejuvenation of the skin and also to remove unwanted fats from our body. This mesotherapy procedure was first discovered in France and has been practiced in Europe for over 50 years. The process involved the insertion of some natural plant extracts and homeopathic medicines, microscopic quantities of pharmaceutical agents and vitamins into the sheet of fat and connective tissue under the skin. Mesotherapy is especially effective in the contouring of the abdomen, buttocks, hips, arms, inner thighs and for the reduction of fat pads in areas of the upper and lower eye lids. Anyone from age 18 to 75 and in generally good health can be treated through mesotherapy.

Liposuction is another option for the treatment of cellulite. This option is usually regarded as a form of cosmetic surgery. Liposuction is a process that can shape the body by removing useless fat from specific areas such as the hips, abdomen, thighs, knees, buttocks, upper arms, neck, cheeks and chin.

Another effective cellulite treatment is regular exercise. This is the best cellulite treatment option because it is all natural. The effectiveness of this treatment option is highly enhanced if it is accompanied by a regime of healthy diet with plenty of fiber and lots of water. Fresh fruits, salads, vegetables and water help flush toxins out of the body. Avoid too much alcohol intake, caffeine, saturated and hydrogenated fats, processed foods, sugary snacks, and packaged foods. Excessive consumption of these foods can result in cellulite build-ups on different parts of your body.

Although there is no miracle cure for cellulite, some anti-cellulite creams can dissolve and dislodge hard, fatty deposits on your thighs and buttocks. The cream is massaged into the skin for 15 to 20 minutes daily. These anti-cellulite creams are frequently marketed to reduce cellulite and diminish the dimpling effect. This form of cellulite treatment can provide only temporary improvement in the appearance of cellulite.

Endermologie, a mechanical roller massage therapy, has been proposed as a treatment in reducing cellulite. This treatment may produce temporary improvement in the appearance of cellulite, but long-term results have not been established.

Massage breaks down adhesions and also reduces muscular spasms. Regular massage, at least once every two to three weeks, is usually recommended for best possible results in reducing cellulite.

Foods rich in nutrients such as lecithin, essential fatty and amino acids and antioxidants can decrease the amount of inflammation in the cells and improve the overall fluid circulations in our body. Taking health supplements and vitamins can also help to reduce the amount of cellulite in our body.