Cellulite is manifested by redness of the skin, pain, fever and fever. Some bacterial strains can cause pus to build up under the skin or cause blisters. Many bacteria can be responsible for the appearance of cellulite but the most common are streptococcus and Staphylococcus aureus.
Cellulite is diagnosed by physical examination. Cellulite is treated with antibiotics against the bacteria that cause it.
- Keep your skin hydrated to avoid cracks and tears, especially on feet
- Try to avoid injuries
- Patients with chronic edema should keep their legs elevated or wear pressure stockings
- Your doctor will decide if you need antibiotics