Welcome back to the Novoslim blog space. In our last blog post we talked about the different grades of cellulite, where they’re most commonly found and at what age it starts, but what we weren’t able to cover was the reason that this condition forms in the first place. Being a pretty physically harmless condition, cellulite is easy to form, and can be difficult to eliminate without change in lifestyle. Today we are dedicating our blog post to the different ways that cellulite can form on your body, and ways that you can lessen these common habits.


We talked about it in our last post, but the most common time for people to start noticing cellulite is right after puberty has finished. It is believed that hormones like estrogen, insulin, noradrenaline, prolactin, and thyroid hormones, can all play a part in the development and production process of cellulite. There’s not much that you can do about hormones in general, unless there is an imbalance that is causing this to happen. If you feel that may be the case, consider visiting with your medical professional to get more answers on this and possibly have a prescription provided to correct this.

Diet & Exercise

Unfortunately, diet and exercise do play a pretty big part in this. When there is fat that can be broken down into little clumps of cells, it’s much easier than not. Cellulite is also much more likely in people that are eating fatty and salty foods, as well as those that are eating too many carbohydrates and not enough fibers. The best way to manage this is by finding a balanced meal plan to follow and sticking to it. Even the smallest amount of added exercise, paired with a solid diet, can minimize the chances of you developing cellulite.


Wouldn’t it be a world if genetics didn’t play a part in the way our bodies developed. This is another unfortunate factor that gets taken into consideration with cellulite. There are genes that are required in order for cellulite to form. If you’re taking a moment to be jealous of those that don’t have cellulite, stop, because nearly everyone is predisposed to some form of the genes required. It can be broken down to gender, race, fat distribution areas, metabolism, and more. That being said, it’s pretty likely that most of us have the cells necessary for that.

All of these things, aside from genetics, can be worked on and improved if we take a moment to understand our body and what it needs. Venoslim is a procedure that can provide you with incredible results, but you can provide your body with the care it needs afterwards by doing your best to pay attention to the different points above. Make sure to continue to check up on our blog and gain a better understanding of what services we offer. Aside from that, we will always do our best to provide you with information to better understand your body.

For more information or to schedule a consultation, please contact the Venoslim office. We would be more than happy to schedule a time for you to meet with a member of our team.