I was inquiring on any info you had on "cottage cheese legs." I know you can't spot reduce, but anything you have researched on the subject would be very helpful to me.
The cottage cheese appearance seen on the thighs and buttocks of many women and also on the abdomens of men is commonly referred to as cellulite. The true cause of cellulite is not completely understood. However, it appears that in individuals with cellulite, there is irregular connective tissue under the skin. When enough fat is deposited under the skin, it will tend to bulge through the connective tissue much like a balloon bulges when you squeeze it. In essence, the irregular connective tissue squeezes the fat and causes it to bulge. This may explain why cellulite has an irregular or "cottage cheese" appearance. It also appears that women are much more prone to have this irregular connective tissue that can, with increased fat storage, lead to cellulite.
While many remedies have been proposed to reduce cellulite (i.e., creams, herbs, massage, etc.), many have little effect on this condition. Creams have not been shown to be very effective at all, but some forms of massage may be beneficial. Anecdotally, the use of a self-myofascial release technique has worked for a number of clients. Using a foam roll is the easiest way to accomplish this. (For more on this, please click here.)