Do Cellulite removal Creams Work? Do Cellulite removal Creams Work? Many of the population are familiar with Cellulite and simply wish they didnâ€™t have it. Many of you will also know that there are products on the market that can help minimise the appearance of cellulite. There are anti-cellulite creams on the market that promise to reduce the spongy, dimply, cottage cheese-looking skin that causes distress to so many women, but the question is, do they work? Cellulite first surfaces on the hips, thighs and buttocks of millions of women during puberty. Most anti-cellulite creams generally tend to contain caffeine, retinol and the antioxidant DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) as the special ingredients that help reduce the appearance of cellulite. It is estimated that 80-95% of women have cellulite somewhere on their bodies. More women have it than men, because women have thinner skin, so it shows more clearly. Though excess weight and a lack of exercise can contribute to the problem, even thin women fight the battle with Cellulite. No Scientific Proof Doctors say there is no scientific proof that cellulite creams are effective in getting rid of cellulite or reducing its appearance. However many women do see results when they use these creams as part of a diet and exercise plan. Some manufacturers of these products claim they can help speed up the process of breaking down cellulite and improve the overall feel and tone of your skin. There are other products available on the market other than creams, for example Slendexâ€™s cellulite crackle mousse. This crackle mousse helps to fight cellulite and leaves your skin feeling toned, conditioned and firm. One of the common reasons as to why cellulite creams do not work is because of the Inefficient Ingredients and the configuration of these creams. They generally contain lack of ingredients that do nothing but moisturise the skin. Many creams contain chemical ingredients that harm your skin or destroy the fat under the skin, but when the treatment is finished, cellulite shows itself back on the body. Cellulite creams generally contain very few active ingredients; they contain plenty of water, oil, emulsifiers, and bulking agents. Besides these substances, ingredients that could really do something for your skinâ€™s appearance are added in very small amounts. The ingredients listed on the label of cellulite creams can sometimes trick people as they often list a large number of active substances they contain, but in actual fact these substances may not actually help to fight cellulite at all. Some cellulite creams even contain elements of detoxification or elimination of water from the body. These elements will not help to reduce your cellulite. So when choosing your cellulite product, make sure you check the ingredients that it
contains and if it actually helps reduce cellulite. There are also other reasons why cellulite treatments may not work. Sometimes the individual using the cream feels guilty for the fact that cellulite is still there. This happens when the user does not follow the treatment as indicated and does not use the cream every day, or it might not be applied in the correct quantities that were indicated on the bottle. Another situation when the user is the reason for the product not working is the user’s lifestyle. If a healthy diet is not followed or exercises are missing from the participant’s day to day routine, the cellulite cream will face problems in treating the issue. It is also important to bear in mind that a cellulite treatment won’t give your results instantly! Search for the products that suit you, and make sure they contain real active natural ingredients. Do your research and make sure you know what these ingredients do. Don’t forget there are other products on the market that help to tackle cellulite- not just creams!
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Published on Jul 6, 2012
It is estimated that 80-95% of women have cellulite somewhere on their bodies. More women have it than men, because women have thinner skin,...