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Best Cellulite Cream For Cellulite Removal

Updated on February 5, 2014
This was painted in 1884. Cellulite has been around forever.
This was painted in 1884. Cellulite has been around forever. | Source

These are the best cellulite disguising and removal creams on the market, before I go on I want to make a couple of provisos:

One. None of these creams can honestly be called "cellulite removal," creams because I don't think it is possible to actually remove cellulite just with a cream. At best, they help to firm the skin and make the appearance of cellulite less obvious.

Two. None of these creams will work on their own. My personal recommendation is that you combine the cream of your choice with good diet, exercise and massage.

Having made those provisos, these are the best cellulite creams available.

Skinny Cream

At least these guys are honest in their claims in that they say this helps to decrease the appearance of cellulite when you read their claims. Unfortunately their advertising is a little more underhanded "Get skinny sexy legs," is a typical example and by any stretch of the imagination there is no way you're going to get skinny sexy pics by applying a cream. This is actually one of the best products on the market and it does indeed make your skin firmer and smoother and visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite.

But – it absolutely does not burn fat, or give you instant skinny sexy legs. I don't know whether people actually respond to those kind of over-the-top advertising claims, and it's a shame they even bother. But don't let that put you off this product the consensus is that it does indeed help reduce the appearance of cellulite and if you can combine them with good diet and exercise this is a product to try. My own opinion is you may need to try several different creams until you find one that suits your skin type. Do not pay full price for this – the 6 ounce bottle should cost you no more than $20.

Bodishape Cellulite Reduction & Body Firming Cream

This is a product I have used in my professional life, with some very good results. Once again remembering the proviso that no cream is going to work all on its own. It is vital to combine this claim with diet and exercise regime. Having said that this cream most definitely helps to increase your skin's smoothness, and help to reduce the appearance of cellulite.

One good thing about this cream is that the company that makes it offers a 100% moneyback guarantee, so if you don't like it or it doesn't work for you you can just pack it up, send it back and get a refund. It is a little more expensive than the previous product, but from my experience, it is worth the extra money and most certainly the quality of the cream is far higher.

Certainly with money back guarantee it is worth trying.

NuElle Triple Action Anti Cellulite Concentrate

No I haven't actually use this product myself, but I have a number of clients who swear by it, and wouldn't think of using any other product. According to the manufacturer it is a diuretic, which may help firm the skin around cellulite, although that also goes against the accepted arguments that it's important to be fully hydrated in order to help reduce the appearance of cellulite. At least this one is organic and all-natural and I understand it is extremely easy to apply because it goes on so nicely.

If you're not in the habit of drinking plenty of water, I suggest you either get in the habit of doing so if you plan to use this product, or avoided if you are not prepared to increase your water intake. My thinking is that the last thing you need is to apply diuretic if you're not drinking plenty of water in the first place.

A bit like drinking too much coffee [ and some of these anti-Cellulite creams have caffeine in them] applying a diuretic while not drinking enough water can give you a headache.

SHESSENTIALS Cellulite Cream

Once again I like the honesty, because the manufacturer calls this a "skin tightening and body firming treatment," which is far more accurate description than claiming to be a cellulite removal cream. As I mentioned earlier money of the cellulite creams are diuretic because they contain caffeine, and this is one of those.

This is another one with 100% satisfaction moneyback guarantee, so if you're not completely satisfied or it doesn't work for you – and the more I look into this more I'm convinced that some creams work for some people and some creams don't, and the best way to find what works for you is to try multiple different varieties.

This is another product that is often on sale at Amazon and you should be able to get this for less than $30

Cellulite Therapy by Bianca Ferosi

This is another product I have clients who swear by it, for one of the reasons I recommend it is because it's completely organic. It's full of essential oils and vitamins and although I don't have the cellulite problem myself I actually liked it to use as an allover body cream. I like the smell and I like the way it makes you feel.

Most of these creams need to be applied regularly, and this one is no exception – you need to use it twice a day, which can actually be a little expensive if you're not careful. This is another one that comes with a money back guarantee – in this case a 90 day no questions asked guarantee. My thinking is, you can almost afford to buy three or four of these moneyback creams at the same time and see which one works best for you, then send the rest back. One of the reasons I like to recommends that people buy products from Amazon is there fantastic customer service – send something back to the maker and I guarantee you Amazon will refund money, almost without question.

Once again I feel the need to reiterate the importance of diet and exercise when combined with any of these creams, and if you can find the time – massage either using a body brush or one of the hand massagers that have been designed to help keep cellulite at bay. Here are a couple of exercise videos that might get you in the mood, including my current favorite - P 90 X!

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