Cellulite is more prevalent in females and affects 80-90% of adult women and 10% of adult men.

Cellulite is not directly related to age, weight or fitness but weight and age do increase the likelihood of occurrence. It is not uncommon for young, athletic women to also have cellulite.

Cellulite can have a significant effect on a person's quality of life – impacting confidence, activity choices, clothing and more.

There are limited options to treat cellulite, and office procedures can be painful and cost many thousands of dollars per treatment.


Connective fibers lose elasticity and create fixed anchors to underlying tissue

Encapsulated pockets of fat push up on the surface of the skin

Decreased circulation can lead to engorged fat cells

Water retention and inflammation increase upward pressure