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Let’s talk about cellulite dimples

Cellulite dimples may not typically be a topic that you like to talk about – that’s understandable! It’s a nuisance and something that you want to try and forget about because, besides those bothersome dimples that just won’t budge, you’re happy with the way you look.

But you don’t want to compromise; you want that orange peel cellulite on your bum and thighs gone! And you’re not alone. 1.4 billion women worldwide* are living with the same unwanted dimpling and uneven skin texture, and 84% of these women are motivated to find a way to treat cellulite, which means you’re not alone in your bid to get rid of cellulite!

Many women choose short term remedies such as creams, lotions, lasers, massages and wraps, but often these have limited success in treating cellulite dimples, or providing long lasting outcomes, because they don’t tackle the underlying cause of the cellulite dimples.

*1.7 billion is the total amount of post-pubertal females aged 25-60 worldwide based on the US Census Bureau. A total of 1.4 billion women (85% of 1.7 billion) are estimated to be affected by cellulite based on published studies

Areas prone to cellulite dimples

Thighs and buttocks are most susceptible

Cellulite dimples are not restricted to occurring in obese or heavyweight women

*based on projection figures collected through market research

Cellulite dimples worldwide

1.7* billion women, ages 25-60, worldwide

85%** (~1.4 billion) of women have cellulite dimples

80%** (~1.2 billion) of women are concerned with their cellulite dimples

84%** of women who are at least somewhat concerned with
their cellulite dimples are motivated to do something about it

*1.7 billion is the total amount of post-pubertal females aged 25-60 worldwide based on the US Census Bureau.
**based on projection figures collected through market research

Cellulite dimples in the UK

98%* of UK women aged between 35 and 65 who have
considered having a cosmetic procedure reported having cellulite dimples on their thighs

74%* of these same women are very or extremely bothered by their cellulite dimples

80%* of these same women have looked for information about cellulite dimples

*based on projection figures collected through market research

The details behind the dimples

Fibrous septae connect the skin to underlying tissue at select points

Fibrous septae orientated perpendicular to the skin surface pull down on the dermis

This structural cause of cellulite results in dimpled, bumpy skin

Accountable factors

There are multiple factors that influence the development of cellulite dimples, including:

However, the structural cause of cellulite results in tethered fibrous septae bands