How Cellulite Treatment Cream Works

Published by Robert Sheldon on

Cellulite buildup occurs in certain parts of the body like the thighs, buttocks, arms and tummy area. We can identify them as the dimpled and saggy parts around the skin. These are caused by the trapped body fats underneath the skin layers. There are factors which causes this skin condition to happen. It can be due to hereditary causes, hormonal and also due to metabolism problems. A lot of women have been using several methods in treating it and one way is through the use of cellulite treatment cream.

A lot of people have been questioning the effectiveness of creams being used for cellulite. This is because its effect on the skin problem and the way it works around the area. There is in fact a limit in the effect of the creams. Even though it can give good results, it will not guarantee a quick one.

What Cellulite Cream Does:

Cellulite Treatment Cream

Improves Skin Elasticity. As we obviously know, creams are used on the outer part of the skin. Which means it works only on the outside by making the skin elastic. When the skin is elastic, it can reduce the appearance of the bumpy cellulite from the outside. Cellulite treatments creams work more in conditioning the outer skin as it enables it to stretch.

Increase the Circulation. There are ingredients used in the creams which will penetrate inside the pores. Later on, they will take effect as they get in contact with the cellulite. What they do is to add movement to the stranded cellulites. If this happens, the clusters of body fats will spread out leaving the skin flat and evenly toned. This is how cellulite treatment cream works.

Decrease Water Retention. Cellulite can also be an effect of water retention inside the skin. This is what causes the buildups of clusters of fats. The cream will help activating the water and add movement to it just like how it is done with the body fats. It will also increase the overall circulation of the body which will also promote a better metabolism.

Proper Usage:

Normally, the creams are applied just like ordinary body lotions. However, it will be more effective if we also massage the affected area after applying the cream. This will make it easier to flatten out the bumpy clusters of cellulite. Cellulite treatment cream is the best to use before massaging. It will make the skin softer and easier for us to run our hands over it. As we all know, massaging is one way to reduce cellulite. It will work better together with the creams.

When we use cellulite treatment creams properly, we will have a better looking skin without the dimpled and bumpy areas. Now that we know how it works, we can use it without doubt on how it actually works and what effects we should be expecting from it.

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Robert Sheldon

Robert Sheldon

Cardiac Sciences, Medicine, Medical Genetics

Dr Robert Sheldon received his PhD in Molecular Biology at the University of Colorado in 1973 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Sydney Brenner, then received an MD from the University of Toronto in 1981. He is a cardiac arrhythmia specialist and Professor of Cardiac Sciences, Medicine, and Medical Genetics at the University of Calgary, and among other roles was Senior Vice President Research, Alberta Health Services and Associate Dean Clinical Research, University of Calgary. He was on the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Governing Council and its committees for 9 years. He is a Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society, Canadian Cardiovascular Society, and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. His research program is in cardiovascular autonomic physiology and its disorders, among which is vasovagal syncope. It has a strong translational orientation, aimed at understanding the causes of syncope, and developing simple, accessible, and effective approaches to its diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment. This was recognized by the Annual Achievement Award of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society in 2016 and the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Arrhythmia Alliance in 2018.

BSc (Hons) - Biochemistry. Bishop's University 1969
PhD - Molecular Biology. University of Colorado, 1973
MD. University of Toronto, 1981
Professor. University of Calgary, 1988