A Guide To Anti-Cellulite Treatments | People Magazine

A Guide To Anti-Cellulite Treatments

FIRST thing’s first, what is cellulite? Cellulite can be described as the formation of lumps and dimples in the skin. Although it can affect both men and women, cellulite is more common in females due to a variety of factors: the distribution of fat, muscle, connective tissue as well has hormonal differences.

FACT: Between 80% to 90% of women may experience cellulite at some point in the lives.

The exact cause of cellulite is unknown, but it appears to result from an interaction between the connective tissue in the dermatological layer that lies below the surface of the skin, and the layer of fat that is just below it. We recommend these three miracle at home products to help with pesky cellulite issues.

Revitalising Lift-o-Firm Body: R1 030, QMS

An innovative contouring cream with very effective lifting ingredients that sculpt your body. It firms problem areas such as legs, stomach, upper arms and breast area. Synephrine, derived primarily from the fruit of Citrus aurantium, also known as bitter orange, stimulates fat burning. Combined with Coffein, L – Carnitin, Lecithin, Apricot oil and Orange oil, QMS’ Revitalising Lift-o-Firm leaves the skin firm, smooth and full of vitality!

Body Shape Cellulite Cream: R690, Vitalis Dr Joseph

Organic and vegan, the Vitalis Dr Joseph Body Shape Cellulite Cream is a revolutionary detox lotion that helps to counteract the appearance of cellulite. Suitable for all skin types, this body cream uses an array of advanced ingredients to nourish and replenish the skin. Ivy extract invigorates the skin whilst almond oil nourishes and conditions.

Crème Anti-Cellulite: R980, Skin689

visibly improves the appearance of cellulite. It rejuvenates and strengthens the structure of the skin and enhances its firmness and elasticity.

Carli

Carli

I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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