Cellulite does not lead to medical complications or major cosmetic problems; it may, however, cause some discomfort
and pain. In addition, over time, cellulite tends to be denser, causing hypersensitivity of the affected area and
an increased pressure on the nerve endings. In some women, tenderness can occur; a simple touch of their cellulite
areas can produce a quite painful sensation. Moreover, a primitive cellulite can hinder the local circulation of
lymphatic fluid, thus affecting the evacuation of organic toxins.