Cellulite is ultimately nothing but displaced connective tissue. This is the reason for the fact that mainly women are affected by orange skin, whereas men are usually spared. The connective tissue of women is more loosely connected with the anatomical condition than with men. Fetal cells can therefore move more easily, usually upwards. Because, at the same time, the skin is thinner in women, the unevenly distributed fetal cells become visible through unsightly dents, reminding of orange skin.
Cellulite also develops without overweight
Even if slender women are less likely to suffer from cellulite than those with an overweight, orange skin can form on the thighs and buttocks without disturbing fat deposits. By overweight increased fetal cells, however, promote the formation of cellulite: Because they push through the smallest blood vessels, the blood flow is disturbed at affected sites and the metabolism is slowed down. For this reason, the skin is also colder on cells affected by cellulite than on the rest of the body.
Genetic predisposition favors orange skin
Many women will not like to hear: The female body is predestined for cellulite in some respects because of its anatomy. In addition, the orange skin can not be prevented in any case: Genetic predisposition or weakness of the connective tissue can make such a project very difficult or even impossible.
Process of the subcutaneous tissue
In order to slow the process of the subcutaneous tissue, ie, the shift of fetal cells, and thus avoid the unsightly dimples on thighs and legs as much as possible, movement is the best medicine and at the same time prevents obesity. Creams and massages help only conditionally and with consequent application. If other risk factors such as venous diseases or hormone changes occur, consult a physician for your health