The controversy: At the recent Tommy Hilfiger fashion show, the young Kendall Jenner (of the infamous Kardashian family) was photographed strutting her style down the runway in a (mostly) red, white and blue Tommy Hilfiger bikini which flattered her slender frame.
However, she woke up to an unpleasant surprise the morning that Australian tabloid Famous published her on its cover in the aforementioned bikini with a less-than-flattering view of her from behind. If the tabloid is to be believed, the backstage gossip was highly critical of the aspiring model thundering down the runway in what appeared to be cellulite-riddled thighs, and let her know she would not be welcome back until she shed at least "8 kilograms" (approximately 18-20 pounds) from her already dangerously skinny frame.
Since the scathing tabloid cover graced newsstands, the blogosphere has exploded with cries of foul play. Many believe that the unflattering photos were either exaggerating a hardly visible flaw, or flat-out manufacturing non-existent beauty blemishes thanks to a little help from PhotoShop. Kendall herself, along with her supportive supermodel friends, were quick to try and squash the controversy by posting smooth, flattering pictures of her legs all over social media in order to prove her "cellulite innocence".
No matter which side of the controversy you stand on, the truth is that cellulite can - and often does - happen to anybody, even someone as slim and youthful as Kendall Jenner. For example, did you know that more than 90% of women (and a significant percentage of men) are suffering with cellulite right now? It's true! Unfortunately…
Even if Ms. Jenner wanted to lose the suggested weight and satisfy critics, she would likely still have a dimple or two to lament over. Why, you ask? Well, contrary to popular belief, cellulite isn't a "fat" problem. Don't get us wrong; if you're overweight or obese, losing weight can certainly help. But if you are already at a healthy weight (or dangerously close to being underweight), struggling to make yourself smaller in order to banish cellulite from your problem areas isn't just futile, it can be hazardous to your health!
Well, there are many different things you can do in order to get rid of those dreaded "cottage cheese" thighs. Some of those include:
*Well, we should probably elaborate a little bit: cellulite creams are the best way to target the main causes of cellulite which diet and exercise alone can't fix. Some of these include fat pockets trapped below the dermis, excess fluids, and loose skin. These problems have to be fixed directly, or else your cellulite will never completely go away..
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