Have you ever considered why dimples on babies and George Clooney are good but dimples on women’s bodies are bad?
I am referring, of course, to cellulite.
Despite being body-enemy number one, the slight indentation of skin is a naturally occurring phenomenon. Depending on which study you read, 70 to 90 per cent of women have cottage cheese thighs or orange peel skin. If the statistics are right, you’re weird if you don’t have it.
And regardless of what a small army of health and beauty gurus might say, cellulite isn’t caused by a build up of toxins in the body, obesity or carbs. In fact, there’s no relationship between cellulite and weight, or even health. Skinny and fat people alike have cellulite. It’s just plain old lady-fat.