By Megan Segura, Daily Makeover
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Cellulite is to the body what acne is to the face. There's no hiding it, celebrities never seem to get it, and, at times, it seems impossible to treat. With so many cellulite creams, serums and tools crossing my desk, I wonder how much of it (if any) actually works to smooth out dimpled bottoms and thighs.
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"The challenge with cellulite is that it develops when fat cells protrude through the thin fibrous connective tissue that exists between the skin and the underlying muscle," says cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank. "With age, sun damage, and weight fluctuations, dimples and depressions in the skin will reveal more surface irregularities no matter how thin a person is."
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Products that target cellulite tend to fall into one of two categories: topical or physical. Topical creams, like Lierac Paris Morpho Slim ($55, skinstore.com), use caffeine to dehydrate