Cellulite - also called "Dermopanniculosis deformans" or orange skin - is a constitutionally induced change in subcutaneous adipose tissue.
It is caused by an increased accumulation of fat deposits surrounded by collagen strands as well as by an existing lymph flow. Cellulite is subject to hormonal changes and affects almost exclusively women. Frequent localizations are thigh and buttocks regions. Different methods of treatment such as lipolysis, mesoneedling or medical needling are available for this purpose.