Can a cream get rid of cellulite?

Guinot-Slimming-Cream-abloomnova.net_-1600x1029 Can a cream get rid of cellulite?

Can a cream get rid of cellulite? It’s a question women have been wondering for generations, and while a decade ago, we may have been peddled a product that didn’t quite cut the mustard, nowadays there are plenty of incredibly effective creams on the market.

Cellulite is a normal occurrence, affecting almost 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men during their lifetime. According to Mercola, on the surface, cellulite appears as lumpy or dimpled skin. However, the process of developing cellulite is more than skin deep.

The puckering of skin happens when the layer of fat beneath the skin pushes against connective tissue and bulges, causing the characteristic orange-peel or cottage cheese appearance. For women, the risk of developing cellulite increases with age and peaks near menopause.

Hormonal changes, specifically a decline in oestrogen levels, may contribute to changes in circulation and a reduction in the production of collagen. A combination of fat cells becoming larger or increasing in number, a thinner collagen layer and change in blood supply may lead to cellulite.

Technically, cellulite is not dangerous or even a nuisance, but it can be cosmetically unappealing to some people. The beauty industry subsequently has produced hundreds of different creams, lotions, potions and « cures » to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Minceur Chrono Logic penetrates and combats stubborn cellulite all because of its high concentration of active ingredients. After a 15-day treatment you will notice that orange peel skin is smoothed and your skin is firmer.

How to Apply:

Using circular movements, apply morning and evening to the areas of concern as an initial intensive 15-day treatment course.

Active Ingredients:

– Cellulysium and Bromelaine: improve the penetration of active ingredients into the heart of fat cells to aid the slimming process.

They curb the development of fat and stimulate the elimination of lipids.

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