About 85% of women get cellulite at some point in their lives, most often when there are major hormonal fluctuations, such as pregnancy, and puberty, regardless of sports activities or excess weight.
Regardless of hereditary factors, the modern way of life is one of the main causes of the appearance of cellulite.
This phenomenon occurs in the subcutaneous fat tissue (hypodermis) and extends into the central layer of the skin (dermis). Fat tissue cells are grouped into globules and connected by connective tissue made of collagen and elastin. Blood and lymphatic vessels pass between them.