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The Best Cellulite Cream Review

Updated on October 29, 2010

Many people have found great success with Svelte PRO Supercharged Organic Anti-Cellulite Treatment , which uses all natural ingredients, including the miracle L-Carnitine to fight fat and reduce cellulite.

No woman plans on getting cellulite, yet somehow it creeps in and before you know it you have to deal with dimpled butts and cottage cheese thighs.  And while diet and exercise will eventually get rid of it, it's difficult to keep a routine that allows you to exercise and eat right when you have such a busy schedule.  You've probably seen some of the cellulite creams out there and wondered if they even worked.  While even the best cellulite cream won't do the job on its own, using an effective cream can drastically increase the success of shedding that unsightly cellulite with only a little additional effort.  Below we'll cover review some of the best cellulite creams and how effective they are at removing cellulite.

Svelte Pro Supercharged Organic Anti-cellulite Treatment

One of the best cellulite creams I've encountered is the Svelte Pro Supercharged Anti-cellulite treatment.  This cream is loaded with all sorts of fat fighting ingredients such as Juniper, Kola nut and Caffeine in addition to other organic ingredients.  But the secret weapon that this cellulite cream has is the addition of L-Carnitine, which is found naturally in the body and is a protein that helps support the conversion of fat into energy.  All you have to do is apply the cream to the affected area twice a day (with or without the special massager) and in 3-4 weeks you'll have tighter, younger looking skin with less cellulite than ever before.  Some people have even experienced results even sooner!   

Nivea Good-Bye Cellulite Gel-Cream

Another incredibly popular product is actually a system that is put out by Nivea.  Having been in the skin care business for many years, Nivea finally addressed the cellulite issue by creating a system that uses a patch and a cream.  You can use each one independently and get great results; the cream is most effective when used in combination with the patch.  For best results place the patch on the problem area and then use the gel cream around the patch to extend the patches effectiveness.  Both products make use of the same L-Carnitine ingredient that naturally fights fat.  Applying the gel and patch on the cellulite will increase the fat conversion in that area and you should begin to see results within the first 2 weeks with tighter skin.  After 4 weeks you should notice a significant decrease in any signs of cellulite. 

It's important to note that while the L-Carnitine ingredient boosts fat fighting process, this is only active as you continue to apply the cream.  Once you stop, your body goes back to its normal fat digesting speed which may result in the return of cellulite.  Maintaining a healthy diet and exercise while using the creams is the best way to get rid of cellulite and keep it off for good.


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