Cellulite & Stretch mask
Cellulite consists of fat deposits that appear mainly on the hips and thighs. The skin's connective tissue surrounds fat cells which are arranged in chambers. The margins of these chambers contain septae. Over time, the multication and increa sed size of fat cells, together with accumulation of localized edema, push the skin's surface between the septae in an upward direction. Thisiswhat creates the lumpy appearance commonly associated with cellulite.