It is a metabolic disease that causes the skin to appear to bulge in an irregular way and with small depressions of irregular shape (what is known as "orange peel") usually on the lateral part of the thighs or on the buttocks. It usually appears in most women in periods of hormonal changes such as puberty or pregnancy.Cellulite "is formed due to an increase in the number or volume of adipocytes, these adipocytes are fat cells that, by increasing their size, can also cause compression of the capillaries."
According to the AEDV, cellulite has four phases:
Grade 1: the orange peel is not yet observed.
Grade 2: orange peel appears when the skin is compressed.
Grade 3: orange peel appears when standing up.
Grade 4: orange peel is permanent.
X-Wave (Shock Waves)
Exilis (Radiofrequency + Ultrasound)