Men and women skin is fundamentally different. Men do not usually have cellulite because the epidermis, dermis and uppermost part of the subcutaneous tissue is different in males. Men have thicker epidermis and dermis tissue layers in the thighs and buttocks. More distinctively dissimilar, the first layer of fat, which is slightly thinner in men. In women, the dermis reaches its maximal thickness at 30 years of age. Secondly, the dermis area, which is bound together by the connective tissue starts to get looser, due to the aging process of te collagen and elastic fibers. What causes cellulite mainly, is the kind of work we do, the kind of food we eat, and the kind of underwear we wear. Cellulite becomes a problem at the 1970s and 1980s when the diet, activity and underwear started changing. In order to get rid of cellulite, you have to address the collagen, reduce the fat and increase circulation. Your body continuously goes through changes. But there are times when an imbalance within can lead to a lot of health issues and also make you feel terrible. Hormone replacement therapy helps maintain the hormonal balance and helps your lead a healthier and happier life.
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