Does cryotherapy banish cellulite?

While completely natural and something that happens to women of all shapes and sizes, cellulite is still irritating. But what if there was something that didn’t involve diets or running marathons or going under the knife, that existed which could tackle the orange peel effect?

Enter, cryotherapy.

This is all the range in the hills of Hollywood. And according to, the future of skincare.

The three-minute treatment involves standing in a deep freeze chamber while temps plummet as low as -256 degrees Fahrenheit. The bone-chilling procedure claims to torch up to 800 calories, rev your metabolism, release endorphins, soothe sore muscles, improve sleep, calm inflammation, reduce cellulite, and even reverse the signs of aging.

The theory: The frigid cloud of nitrogen in the chamber tricks your body into thinking it’s in danger, forcing it into preservation mode. The brain signals to the rest of the body to rush blood to your core for protection, increasing body heat (and your metabolism). After it’s over, the enriched blood rushes back out and through your body, boosting immunity, cell renewal, and natural pain relievers.

Research supporting these claims is mixed, but that hasn’t deterred its legion of loyal followers. Professional athletes like Kobe Bryant, Cristiano Ronaldo, and the entire Dallas Mavericks basketball team credit the therapy with giving them an edge, improving recovery time, and increasing their athletic performance.

For something that doesn’t even easier, we love Maria Galland Cryo-Effect Anti-Cellulite Fluid 419. Inspired by cryotherapy, Cryo-Effect Anti-Cellulite Fluid 419 minimises the appearance of cellulite. With regular use, skin tone is visibly improved and the skin’s structure looks smoother, firmer and more even.

Apply to problem areas in the morning and evening, and massage in.

Main active ingredients:

Anti-cellulite complex of genistein, spirulina platensis, caffeine and carnitine, comfrey stem cell extract, extract from Alpine plants.

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