I have a new job, working at a lab for a company that makes cosmetics. They are in the business of making people believe in them mostly I think, because for example they claim that they know how to get rid of cellulite and any one with a good idea of the facts knows that it is very unlikely. Of course that is one of the big things they are working on, but they are doing more fundamental work. The scientists are trying to figure out the mechanism by which the stuff is created and in turn they want to learn how to effectively remedy the problem. It is a lot more difficult than it would seem, because if there was an easy way to do this, it would have been done a long time ago. Of course all of these companies sell products and they market them as cellulite reducing or some such thing, but you can be sure that they are being careful about what claims they make.
It is obvious that you want to sell some product that people want and people do not want to have cellulite, they want to put on their swim suits, then turn to the mirror and think that their butt looks marvelous in it. So a lot of the time you are selling people some faint hope rather than a working product, because the only way to treat cellulite involves trying to keep it from occurring in the first place. That can be done in theory by changes in the way you live your life. Since the stuff is in fact fat, which becomes trapped in your skin (the term is herniated) the best thing is to have lower fat in your body, which you need to do my changing your diet.