Hereís what we absolutely know about cellulite: you canít "cure" it, women are more likely to have it, and it ain't pretty. What causes cellulite isn't so clear. Hormones and genetics definitely play a role (thanks, mom), but Howard Murad, M.D., and CEO/founder of Murad, Inc., says lifestyle factors that damage the skin or cause poor circulation, think: smoking, excess weight, a diet high in bad fats, alcohol, lack of exercise and overall poor health -- can also contribute. So we mined reams of official data and population research to find out what U.S. cities have the highest rates of cellulite risk factors. Find out if you live in one.