Superficial vasodilation is a correct basic approach for many subcutaneous abnormalities. The subcutaneous panniculus adiposus is in fact often the site of insufficient circulatory exchanges with the rest of the body. These poor exchanges cause lymphatic stagnation (swelling), often evolving into nodular conformations of the CELLULIC type. These same circulatory insufficiencies are also the cause of many difficulties in reducing the adipose volume in certain areas despite dietary and gymnastic efforts: the adipocytes (fat cells), poorly irrigated, carry out a reduced metabolic activity and do not burn the "fuel" of which they would have, the FAT, not being able to dispose of catabolites (metabolic waste products). The vasostimulant activity is carried out in some preparations by capsicum extracts, which have the disadvantage of a delayed action often more intense than the immediate action: it is therefore often difficult to graduate the action that first appears modest and then intensifies in the following hours "by surprise". For this reason, we have used a safer revulsive agent, water-soluble and with a not too prolonged action: the ester of vitamin PP. Under its effect, the skin undergoes a temporary stimulation (evidenced by redness) that helps the disposal of lipid catabolites and lymphatic stagnation. This action, combined with a proper massage, allows the reduction of the adipose-serous volume and shortens the resolution of nodules. COMPOSITION: derivatives of vegetable oils, superior saturated fats and silicone oils, FU glycerin and moisturizing glycols, hydrogenated and distilled lanolin, glycolic extracts of horse chestnut, ivy, birch, sea oak and others, tensides, essential vegetable oils, vitamin F, pH balancers and hypoallergenic preservatives, deionized and microfiltered water of ultrapure category, methyl ester of vitamin PP.