What is Needed in Anti-Cellulite Creams

Despite being a completely benign condition, much like wrinkles, cellulite is a major beauty concern of women worldwide with corresponding myths and deceptions taking the place of fact and reason. This means the cosmetics industry and many doctors and estheticians want to sell you gels, lotions, and creams, or provide treatments (particularly, expensive ones like weekly massages, laser treatments, and dangerous liposuction) claiming to have the ability to permanently  slim, trim, tone, and smooth out your cellulite. Many of the products are good to excellent at only moisturizing your cellulite.

Most women have cellulite to one degree or another. According to the most recent statistics, cellulite shows up on the thighs of more than 85% of females over the age of eighteen regardless of ancestry (although it is more common for Caucasian and Asian women). To make matters worse, cellulite represents stored, hard to metabolize fat that is dependent upon estrogen. Ironically, weight isn’t part of the problem. Rather, any amount of fat (and everyone needs some fat in their bodies) can show up as cellulite on women’s thighs and buttock’s.

The easiest way to assess an anti-cellulite treatment whether it is a cream, gel, or lotion is to do an “ingredient check”. Look at the ingredients of the anti-cellulite product and see if it contains compounds that actually DO something to reduce the appearance  cellulite. And it is not enough to just have a list of active ingredients: they must be of maximum strength. In addition the compounds must be able to cross your skin barrier to the deeper cell layers where they will be the most effective.

The maximum strength ingredients in Be-Thin Fat Cell Reducing Formula are made to penetrate deep into your skin, where the structural changes are required to help eliminate the appearance of cellulite.

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