I have never used cellulite cream. I have to be honest never really thought there was anything that could help it without surgery. Well I guess I was wrong. I have used this for a few weeks now and have to say I really like the results. I can see a difference in the appearance of the back of my legs. Thanks for a great cellulite cream.
Why do we get it? Cellulite results from an excess storage of fat in the deeper skin layers beneath the connective tissue. As a result the skin gets uneven, loses elasticity and dimples occur. Inactive lifestyle, poor diet and lack of exercise intensifies the stagnancy of fat cells and makes the problem worse. It is well-known that anti-cellulite massages combined with (yes, exercise) and topical treatments of the affected body areas – especially on thighs, buttocks, stomach – help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Loving the “lazy way” to reduce appearance of cellulite we have designed Svelte Pro Supercharged Anti-Cellulite treatment incorporating phosphodiesterase inhibitors or simply the entire array of known flub busters. In plain simple language, they stop production of the enzyme that leads to fat storage in our body and so cause the dimples to shrink. Many ingredients have this effect including, Caffeine, Kola nut and Juniper. Along side these are ingredients like, Butcher’s broom which helps dilate blood vessels increasing circulation in the area- Gingko Biloba which is said to firm the skin and Lemon and Fennel which helps detox the body and repair skin. L’Carnitine, the latest break through in cellulite battle – is found naturally in the skin and supports the conversion of fat into energy.
Even though we like the “lazy” way to reduce cellulite, for best and quickest results we still suggest to adopt sensible diet and regular exercise.
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