Question: I read so many conflicting facts about cellulite that I’m totally confused! I want to help get rid of the cellulite in my thighs but do not know the best kind of treatment. I really don’t want to resort to surgery or expensive treatments and am considering using a cream like Celluless. I’m in my forties though and slightly overweight – do you think this product would make any difference at all?
Answer: It is understandable that consumers are confused when it comes to cellulite and treatments as there are a great many options available. There are a lot of different opinions too, as to what causes the problem although the actual facts are quite straightforward.
Celluless , made by Syence, claims to be an alternative to surgery in the fight against cellulite but does not appear to be any more effective than many other popular products. Although the ingredients are unknown, this particular product uses peptides and ‘inhibits’ the growth of fat-storing hormones. It is disconcerting that the ingredients are not fully disclosed and leads one to believe that they are ineffective in eliminating cellulite.
With all of the different cellulite control products available on the market, there are a lot that are quite good–but you must remember to follow all the guidelines that come with the product in order to achieve maximum results. If you do shop for an anti-cellulite control product in a health store, pharmacy or on the Internet, you’ll often find hundreds of different brands containing a confusing array of ingredients. You may be tempted to experiment with different products until you find one that works. But this approach may be expensive. More importantly, not all products contain the quality and quantity of necessary ingredients to positively effects the size of one’s cellulite condition. That’s why you’ll need to do a little bit of research to find the best, most potent brand for your needs…
Francis Peterson, our respected beauty expert, did a fantastic review on anti-cellulite creams and their actual effectiveness in a recent feature, the results are quite surprising.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.
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