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New cellulite treatment cream - Where to buy anti-cellulite cream online

Updated on August 8, 2012

It is no wonder to know that nowadays cellulite treatment is possible with creams, gels, and NF-coated tablets but finding a really good anti-cellulite treatment online is a bit difficult as there are several brands offering anti-cellulite treatment from around the world. This is the most important reason why a person searching for this treatment gets confused before settling on a product of choice. Although it is better to go ahead and try a treatment before buying any product but sometimes it is not possible for everyone so that the best way to find this out online is by reading anti-cellulite treatment reviews where users share their real experience with the treatment. Here you can compare and land on a definite treatment for your cellulite problem. But before considering to start reading anti-cellulite treatment reviews online, a few points should be kept in mind:

Your cellulite treatment of choice should be an ideal phytotherapeutic cream or gel that can treat cellulite and clear all your circulation problems in the legs. It should be also effective in:

  • relieving all symptoms of cellulite
  • treating sore legs, leg cramps, and tingling in legs caused by varicose veins
  • improving lymphatic drainage and microcirculation

Other things that should be kept in mind while embarking on an anti-cellulite treatment are changing eating habits and performing physical exercises on a daily basis. A coated tablet on a daily basis with breakfast for 8 weeks has shown great advantage in controlling cellulite. A successful anti-cellulite treatment should result in improved skin nutrition, improved appearance of skin, consistency of normal skin, and rapid hydration of skin tissues.

Now get rid of that cellulite and enjoy with your friends.
Now get rid of that cellulite and enjoy with your friends. | Source

An anti-cellulite treatment should also help avoid accumulation of adipose tissue and the formation of cellulite. Its composition must be derived from natural compounds that can prevent cellulite and stretch marks on the skin and should be able to provide immediate relief to tired and heavy legs. The anti-cellulite cold cream application should improve skin on a constant basis, thereby restoring its firmness, smoothness, tone, and softness.

Anti-Cellulite Treatment Precautions and Warnings

  • If you suddenly start feeling unusual intense discomfort in the legs with edema and discoloration of the skin or start feeling stress, heat, pain, then you need to immediately call the doctor.
  • Anti-cellulite treatment creams and gels are only meant for healthy adult women who are under the age of 65.
  • If you have a history of hypertension, please consult with your doctor before starting any type of anti-cellulite therapy.
  • Caution in patients with epilepsy or for people who are on anti-epileptic/psychotropic drug treatment.
  • If you are taking anti-coagulants or anti-platelet drugs, do not start the treatment without consulting your doctor.

Contraindications of anti-cellulite treatment

  • Pregnancy
  • Breastfeeding
  • Under 18 years
  • Skin hypersensitivity
  • Deep venous thrombosis
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Acne
  • History of bleeding disorders
  • Allergy to iodine

Usage of anti-cellulite cream/gel

It is suggested to apply a light coat of anti-cellulite cream/gel two times a day on the legs and thighs straight with a gentle massage. It can be used at any time of the day, preferably in the afternoon or evening when the body is predisposed to rest. The effects of the application can be enhanced by raising the legs by placing a pillow under your heels at bedtime.

Precautions and warnings for anti-cellulite cream/gel application

Wash hands thoroughly after application of anti-cellulite cream/gel, as touching the eyes can irritate them.

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