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A Quick Look at Celluless
Celluless is a product offered online and on some home shopping television networks that claims to decrease the appearance of cellulite on the skin. Basically, the Celluless ingredients consist of a small suction device that apparently stimulates blood flow to affected areas of the skin. The company offers a fourteen day free trial; however, with almost fifteen dollars in shipping and handling fees, there is certainly a price to be paid.
Some people are afraid of a Celluless scam. Celluless reviews are difficult to obtain since information from the manufacturer’s website and customer testimonials and reviews are scanty. It is also not known if this is a medically proven way to decrease the effects of cellulite. Celluless side effects are minimal with pain at the suctioned skin site being the main issue. Potential customers of this product should be wary that they are not becoming involved in a long term investment since many free trials can turn into costly monthly fees.