Men and women.
Did you know that 90% of women are affected with cellulite (even the thinnest and most athletic)? It is the result of both fat storage in adipocytes (fat cells) and of water retention in the body (aqueous cellulite). As the adipocytes grow, the connective tissue that contains them (septa) pulls on the skin surface and deforms it. At the same time, circulation is blocked and toxins accumulate. This makes cellulite appear, creating the inevitable orange peel effect.
Due to weight fluctuations, pregnancies, the passage of time and other factors, the skin gradually loses its tonicity and suppleness. Even though the sagging and loose skin can affect the entire body, certain areas are more susceptible to it: inner thighs, stomach, arms and so on.
Even with a healthy balanced lifestyle, the activity of these cells tends to slow down over time, leading to an increase storage of fat.