Fat accumulated in hips, thighs, and buttocks, as well as cellulite is common among women, while excess fat in the belly and flanks is often found in men.
Interestingly, many people who eat and exercise moderately still battle against stubborn subcutaneous fat. Reducing this, for many, is the final hurdle to attaining their ideal body.
It is what prevents you from having muscle definition in your abs, a trim waist without love handles, or having shapely thighs without cellulite. To treat these problems effectively, ask your doctor for safe and effective solutions that can address this.
Abdomen, Love Handles (Flanks), Saddle Bags, Thighs
The target is the soft subcutaneous fat between the skin and the abdominal wall, not the hard visceral intra-abdominal fat. Additionally, the firmer and softer varieties of subcutaneous fat in the flanks, saddle bags, and thighs are also addressed.