We know that cellulite is that unpleasant phenomenon that occurs because of poor blood and lymphatic circulation, especially in the legs. Cellulite is a wrinkling caused by the connective tissues under the skin pulling it inward. Compare the skin to a mattress. If you look at the top, there are the dimples caused by the springs holding the tissue (skin) together, giving it a quilted appearance. Cellulite could be described as a condition toxin of the body, which is a combination of deposits of fat, fluids and waste unevenly distributed in the subcutaneous layers and putting pressure on the underlying connective tissues. Cellulite does not does not necessarily mean overweight. Some rounder women don’t have it, while slim, fit women do. That said, losing weight can sometimes help reduce the appearance of cellulite because it shows up less if the amount of fat decreases.