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Ok embarassed to admit (but it was on sale and I had a coupon!) I bought nivea cellulite cream 3 weeks ago ( I am in no way affiliated with company!)
thought what the hell, read good reviews...and put it on 2x a day for last couple of weeks
today in the shower I noticed suddenly: it is REALLY working! unreal!
no way! what does it claim to do? tighten the exterior? break down the globs inside? I HATE the stuff- got a set just below my bum-it's the only nasty fat on my body and i LOATHE it- just last night I was looking at it wondering if I should do the lipo- I can't get much leaner and it's still there so maybe I'll try this cream
I've got the same problem. I'm skinny but I have cellulite! Anyway I talked to some of the plastic surgeons at work and lipo can actually make it worse!! I may have to get the nivea creme and try it out!
you're kidding!!! I thought it would be easier to "get"- that's it- I'm tryin the Nivea creme
well I was really surprised, and very skeptical but got a great price and I thought, why not. It is supposed to tighten areas and has..I think its l carnitine in it? There are some before and after pictures on the website. So I was in the shower and ran my hand over my saddlebags and they were decidedly smaller and firmer...and I have only lost a pound since I started so its not due to a sudden weight loss AND its 'that time of the month' too...I hate to recommend it and it doesnt work for you, but for me I saw dramatic results, like not all in my head results.
i've read that cutting gel does the same thing. congrats on your results, i'd rather credit you and the cream though--don't hold that against me. :)
after I saw the mention of cutting gel I looked it up, and it looked kinda scary....I gather it is for body building competitions....
A lot of bodybuilders just use Preparation-H to tighten the skin. I imagine "cutting gel" is probably the same stuff.
The cellulite creams work UNTIL you stop using them, at least that's what I read. Most of us who swim have to use lotion regularly anyway, so I use one that has a "tightening" formula (what ever's on sale).