June 29, 2013
-- Most people who have attempted to drop their cellulite, and often failed, are quick to judge new products aimed at helping those whose backsides are ridden with the spotty condition. There are thousands of so-called “tips” online, including books, videos, 14-day free trial periods and vague anecdotes which often result in asking for money upfront. Go to
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The team at Confirmed Choice have been studying cellulite for the better part of a decade. They readily admit that there are very few scientifically proven methods to reducing cellulite and keeping it off, but claims to have found the few websites that get the process down right.
“The problem is with the marketing,” Mr. Main says. “There are so many proposed methods that work, that just don’t. They’re all verified by made-up scientists, PR guys, nonsense like that. And there’s no way to tell, which is the hardest part. Only a few products actually hit the nail on the head, so to speak, when it comes down to understanding what causes cellulite and how it can be best fought.”
Mr. Mainis quick to point out that pills commonly thought to prevent cellulite -- such as caffeine and theobromine, pentoxifylline, alpha-antagonists, amino acids, ginkgo bilboa, rutin and Indian chestnut, all of which are injected or ingested in all sorts of methods -- have not been scientifically proven to work. The science is still out on the subject of massage or therapy treatment, which is popular with upper-class clients who have money to spend, cellulite to lose and get excited by the prospect of a “cleansing massage”. These treatments include pneumatic massages, heat therapy, ultrasound, magnetic therapy, endermologies, radio frequently therapy and electrical stimulation. Again, none of these have been proven, scientifically, to work, though in some cases some results may be found.
Mr. Main notes that products that come out on top offer insight into how cellulite works, so the customer understands the problem from the bottom-up. Truth About Cellulite, he noted, is possibly the best product available online, because it offers an in-depth analysis of what causes cellulite, which is freely available via its website.
“Honest products like these are the best for understanding how to get rid of cellulite,” Mr. Main comments. “Truth About Cellulite is great because it takes viewers through what cellulite is -- that it’s a muscle and tissue matter, not altogether a fat matter -- and explains why diets and pills are less likely to be effective than certain honed exercises and more precise techniques.”