Cellulite commonly affects the thighs, buttocks, and sometimes the lower abdomen of healthy women. While rare, some men can also develop cellulite, but it occurs in 90-98% of women.

Risk Factors for Cellulite

  • Lack of exercise
  • Female gender
  • Overweight or obesity
  • Aging
  • Poor lymphatic drainage
  • Hormonal imbalances

Cellulite Facts

  • Thin individuals can also have cellulite because everyone has fat layers under the skin.
  • Collagen fibers that connect fat to skin can stretch, break down, or pull tight, causing fat cells to bulge out, resulting in the rippled appearance of cellulite.
  • Genetics play a role in cellulite development.
  • Poor diet, “fad” dieting, slow metabolism, hormonal changes, and dehydration may contribute.
  • Liposuction is not recommended as it may worsen the appearance.
  • While cellulite is often regarded as a cosmetic concern rather than a medical issue, many patients seek treatments for improvement.

Tips for Avoiding Cellulite

  • Follow a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and fiber.
  • Stay hydrated with plenty of fluids.
  • Exercise regularly to keep muscles toned and maintain bone health.
  • Maintain a stable, healthy weight (avoid yo-yo dieting).
  • Avoid smoking.


  • Mesotherapy treatment 
  • I-Lipo Laser Lipolysis for Cellulite 
  • Radiofrequency for Cellulite 
  • CACI Treatment
  • Lipolytic Injections

Why Cutexx Skin Clinic For Cellulite Treatment?

We at Cutexx Skin Clinic we specialize in cellulite treatments. We understand the limitations of superficial creams and instead focus on advanced treatments that target the root cause. Visible results can often be seen after 4-6 treatments.

  • Inch Loss
  • Cellulite Treatment
  • Fat Dissolve Injection

Consult Now

Dr. Kinnor Das, MBBS, MD, is a specialist in Dermatology, Venereology, and Leprosy. With extensive training and experience in these areas, Dr. Das is dedicated to providing exceptional care to his patients.