The root cause appears to be accumulations of lipodystrophic cells (fatty cells) with water retention. In most cases, this is due to venolymphatic insufficiency with chronic cellular autotoxicity, delayed elimination leading to oedema, pains, and sometimes cramps in the lower limbs. The affected areas are most frequently around the “saddlebags”: the abdomen, thighs, and even the arms.
Treatment consists of injecting products to strengthen the venolymphatic system, ensuring better elasticity of the vessel walls to improve “pumping” action and venolymphatic return, while strengthening the collagen fibres (silicium), which provides the tissues with a kind of elastic support stocking, helping to fight skin slackening. Finally, resorption of fat cells is also ensured by lipolytic agents.