Reducing cellulite with diet and exercise and maybe the Anti-Cellulite Massager Kit

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People are always looking for the Fountain of Youth. We hope to achieve a glamour shot look with a minimal investment of time, money, and effort. Say hello to all the health products available that claim to change your life. Truth is, if you’re not fully on board to actively persue a healthier lifestyle, that includes changes to your diet and activity level, often those products will disappoint. There’s no one product, supplement, or magic pill that will fix all your problems. But, it you approach the issue with an arsenal of tools and a committment to your health, then you’ll more than likely see an improvement. A good example of this is trying to get rid of cellulite.

Cellulite is a skin condition that features underlying fat deposits, giving your skin a dimpled or lumpy appearance. There are several different reasons why people get cellulite. Horomones, genetics, diet, clothing, and other lifestyle factors (like smoking or inactivity) can definitely increase cellulite. It’s usually prevalent on thighs and rear ends and is something men and women work hard at trying to hide or reverse. Once you have cellulite, it’s not easy to get rid of it.

There are lots of different suggestions on how to reduce the appearance of cellulite. Heat therapy, ultrasound, magnetic therapy,  electrical stimulation, topical ointments and creams, oral medications, and even injectable drugs have been considered by many (although without any scientific merit). So what do people do about cellulite? Eating a balanced, low fat diet, exercising, maintaining a healthy weight, and reducing stress are the best ways to reduce the fat content in cells which can also reduce the appearance of cellulite. You can also try the Anti-Cellulite Massager Kit from Lifestyle Plus.

The  plastic roller and brush mitt combo from Lifestyle Plus is designed for use on legs, arms, belly, thighs, and hips. Rolling the rubber-surfaced massagers along problem areas helps reduce fatty tissue deposits and stimulate blood flow. The idea is to increase circulation, removing toxins and excessive fluid in areas that have cellulite. After just 5 minutes or so of using the massager, I definitely felt some tingling. The rubber “pegs” can pinch and I found it best to have a layer of lightweight fabric between my skin and the massagers.

Is this the all-in-one cellulite fix? No. Does it do what it advertises? I think so. If you’re looking for another tool in the fight against cellulite, I’d recommend trying this Anti-Cellulite Massager Kit. It’s available on for $12.95 and ships free for Amazon Prime customers.


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11 Responses

  1. i am completely blown away because when i saw the title, i was expecting this gigantic machine with laser beams ahaha, but the fact that the product can be held in the balm of my hand sounds great and at such a price! id definitely be willing to try this

  2. LaShawn says:

    I’ve never heard of this product, but it sounds great. I hate even the IDEA of cellulite! I know that injections or medications are not for me, but I like the idea of this massager.

  3. I always wondered whether products like this work. Based on your review, I might have to check one out soon and hopefully it will work for me!

  4. Nickida says:

    This sounds like a great product. I do have some cellulite that bothers me so I’ll have to check this out and it’s an affordable price as well so that works.

  5. Adrienne says:

    The terrible thing is that cellulite is permanent. The good thing is that there are products like this to make it less visible (hallelujah!). I’m sure this massager is a live saver for so many people.

  6. Dia says:

    I love the idea of this, but I will have to see like a real time lapse on how the product help. I part of me feels that it was really the diet and exercise that helps the cellulite

  7. tammileetips says:

    I would love for there to be a new miracle way to get rid of cellulite. It is so crazy how easy it is for us to let ourselves go but how hard it is to get back on track. This sounds like it would be worth trying out.

  8. This sounds like a great product. I have the ugly dimples and I have used a lot of creams, but none of those worked to eliminate the cellulite. I would like to try this massager.

  9. Chantal says:

    This sounds like a very interesting product! I have more than enough cellulite to try it out on 😛 Also I was expecting this product to be at least 3x the price so this is awesome! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. Kita says:

    *sigh* I just want to look like Halle Berry and J.Lo is this too much to ask lol. I know nothing will stop aging but I don’t mind things that will put a dent in the process along the way.

  11. Megan Elford says:

    The older I get, the more cellulite bothers me. I’m not the type to take injections or medication to fix something that’s so cosmetic though. This massager would be the perfect solution for me, and the price is right too!

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