Do cellulite products actually work?
When you’re insecure about a particular feature, you’ll empty your pockets when you see a product that promises to eradicate it.
However, cellulite creams generally don’t work and are a huge waste of money, the experts claimed.
They said: “The truth is that, although some treatments and creams do work, most don’t.
“Make sure you do your research properly and do your bit by having a super healthy lifestyle for maximum results.”
If you’re looking to treat your cellulite, you’re better off trying a radiofrequency treatment, cavitation and strong cellulite massage instead of a cream, they added.
If you insist on using a cream, the experts recommended using one with “multiple actives in high concentration”.
You should avoid any product that claims to reduce cellulite in a specific time frame that sounds unrealistic.
The experts explained: “Contrary to marketing hype, cellulite needs time to be reduced, not hours or days.
“Don’t believe the smooth operators – the best outlook for long-lasting cellulite reduction is anything between four and 12 weeks, followed by continuous maintenance based on a healthy lifestyle.”