Anti-cellulite

Anti-cellulite
Cellulite. What is it?

Cellulite. What is it?


Cellulite is linked to the local accumulation of fat and a change in adipose tissue in certain areas of the body.
Cellulite is a complex phenomenon resulting from the combination of various factors, including female hormonal variations.
This phenomenon mainly affects women, with or without excess weight, and manifests in specific body regions: the back of the thighs, buttocks, abdomen, and arms.
Within the hypodermis, fat cells are housed in small compartments. If the number and volume of adipose cells increase, these small compartments swell, taking on a domed shape that affects the dermis and epidermis. The skin's surface becomes uneven, hence the expressions "orange peel" or "ripples" (the skin takes on the appearance of quilted fabric) that are often used.
Cellulite is exacerbated by blood and lymphatic circulation disorders.
Considered a normal physiological phenomenon, cellulite has no health consequences but can cause discomfort, pain, and local complexes.


There are three different types of cellulite, which can sometimes be associated:


• Aqueous cellulite (or infiltration) - Flexible and diffuse, it is only slightly visible. It is mainly due to circulatory problems. Cellulite itself is not painful, but it is accompanied by uncomfortable sensations of heavy legs and swelling (water retention).
• Adipose cellulite - soft, painless, localized, this cellulite is usually associated with poor nutrition and lack of physical activity. Fatty cellulite is differentiated from infectious cellulite caused by the penetration of bacteria under the skin.    

• Fibrous cellulite (or hardened) - hard and painful to the touch, it presents an irregular ("orange peel") appearance with a purplish tone. It is an old cellulite.  

Cellulite indicates dysfunction of the adipose tissue in the hypodermis, i.e., adipose cells. This occurs after the succession and combination of various factors:
• increase and accumulation of adipose cells (adipocytes) in the hypodermis;
• poor drainage in the area, blood vessels and lymphatics passing through the hypodermis are compressed by swollen or excess adipose cells;
• a water retention phenomenon, associated with blood and lymphatic circulation disorders. The region in question is engorged. Fat deposits form in the hypodermis, giving an irregular appearance to the skin surface.




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