Cellulite is a problem typically occurring for women, which results from non-uniform deposition of fat, water and waste products, as well as malfunctioning of the lymphatic system. Consequently, in the subcutaneous tissue of the cavity there are lumps called orange peel. The development of cellulite is influenced by many factors, including lack of physical activity, being overweight, hot baths, stress, hormonal imbalance, excessive intake of carbohydrates and salt, as well as wearing tight clothes.
Cellulite is a chronic inflammation of the connective tissue caused by a disturbance of the metabolic processes in adipose tissue. The fluid penetrates from the blood and lymph vessels into the tissues in which it remains due to poorly functioning return transport. More and more fat and water accumulate in fat cells, which causes hardening of the subcutaneous tissue. Visible dimples form in the skin.
Fighting cellulite requires regularity and consists in: