7 Hard Truths About Cellulite – Cellulite Facts & Treatment

7 Hard Truths About Cellulite – Cellulite Facts & Treatment

Posted by Stuart Lowe on

Cellulite is something most women must deal with on a daily basis. No matter how hard you try to work out at the gym or how many squats you do, it just doesn’t seem to budge. Managing cellulite isn’t about gym workouts it is about understanding what causes it to form. You are not alone because the condition affects millions of women worldwide. Knowledge is power which is why Roccoco Botanicals are illuminating some hard truths about this skin condition.

7 Hard Facts About Cellulite

Cellulite is not a beauty spiel – Cellulite is a very real skin condition that affects the skin of many across the globe. The science of cellulite tells us that the fat cells in an area of the body are pushed against the connective tissues which make up the skin and push outwards creating dimples or bumps on the surface of the skin.

Women are more susceptible to cellulite - Cellulite is a form of fat that is localised in the subcutaneous layer of skin. Cellulite occurs in 90% of women and up to 20% of men. The fat cells are unable to properly break down, which causes them to clump together under the skin.

Your lifestyle can produce cellulite - Cellulite is caused by several factors including genetics, hormones, lack of exercise, diet and smoking.

Cellulite is genetic - The genetic component of cellulite is very high. If your parents have cellulite there is a strong likelihood that you are susceptible to cellulite if you skin, and body health is not maintained.

Pregnancy can increase the risk of cellulite - Pregnancy increases the risk of cellulite because it changes the body’s metabolism, which leads to more fat deposits. Pregnant women are also more likely to have a sedentary lifestyle, which can lead to weight gain.

Cellulite is not necessarily a sign of obesity – It is an uneven distribution of fat and connective tissue - that causes dimples on the skin's surface. It is NOT the definition of obesity as it can appear on ‘body’ that is simply lacking tone and elasticity due to the factors mentioned above. But there are treatments and routines that can help.

Can you lose cellulite without treatment? – The short answer is, no. There are many treatments for cellulite, including body creams, exercise, and dieting. The best way to get rid of cellulite is by combining these methods with one another. But Roccoco has the answer – a 4-in-1 Miracle Body Créme made from 99% natural ingredients that obliterates cellulite in weeks - months! But combined with a healthy diet and exercise you can inspect incredible results much sooner!

Roccoco’s Botanicals Answer to Cellulite

The pregnancy safe 4-in-1 body cream that targets the appearance of skin laxity, cellulite, recent stretch marks and aging.




Just Guaranteed results with ZERO irritation


Try Our New Frangipani & Lychee Body Crème

  • Obliterates Cellulite
  • See Results in DAYS not months
  • Firms loose skin
  • Pregnancy Safe

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