In cellulite, the condition is associated with the accumulation of fat in the subcutaneous tissue and reduced microcirculation of oxygenated blood. This results in degenerative changes in the connective tissue, fibrotic changes in the skin and an appearance similar to orange peel.

Microcirculation disorders lead to the further accumulation of metabolites and gradual impairment of the lymphatic circulation.

Women who suffer from constipation, have hepatic and/or renal impairment, and blood or lymphatic circulation disorders, are more prone to cellulite.

An association has been demonstrated between the occurrence of varicose veins and cellulite. Treatment of varicose veins should precede cellulite treatment.

Hormonal changes, and also smoking, in addition to poor eating habits and lack of exercise, contribute to the development of the disease in women.

Read the results of the following clinical studies that demonstrate the success rate of low-frequency pulsed magnetic therapy in treatment of cellulite.

Clinical studies by diagnosis:

Related diagnosis: Cellulite (Orange Peel Syndrome)