From cellulite cream to dry brushes to foam rollers, there are a lot of products out there that claim to quickly eliminate those dimples on your thighs and butt. Here’s the truth about cellulite treatments.
By Kathleen Felton December 03, 2018
Thanks to the body positive movement, more and more women are proudly embracing so-called “imperfections,” including stretch marks, scars, and cellulite—the dimpled, cottage cheese-like texture that can crop up on your thighs, butt, and stomach. Influencers from Anna Victoria to Ashley Graham are using their social media platforms to show how common cellulite is and to encourage followers to own theirs rather than cover it up.
We’re all for embracing our bodies just the way they are and don’t think anyone should feel pressured to eliminate their cellulite. But we also understand that some women are still bothered by these bumps. There’s a lot of incorrect information floating around when it comes to cellulite, though—so if you decide you’d like to minimize yours, which strategies *actually* work?