If you have dimpled areas on your hips, thighs, buttocks or even your arms, you arenâ€™t alone. Today, women spend millions every year on anti-cellulite treatments, ranging from fancy creams to promisingÂ pills, laser treatments and even surgery. While it can be difficult to eliminate completely, there areÂ natural ways which can certainly reduce cellulite’s often distressing appearance. More
Good news if you have cellulite that you want to get rid of: The Food and Drug Administration just approved a new laser treatment, Cellulaze, which is being hailed as THE solution for those uninvited fat deposits on our butts and thighs. Bad news: It costs $6,500.
But not to worry, those lumpy, bumpy areas of skin that often resemble cottage cheese can be minimized in other, cheaper ways. Or not at all–we, of course, think you’re beautiful just the way you are.
But, if you want to feel better about your skin, we’re big fans of more natural approaches, so here are some better–and cheaper–ways to minimize those unwanted pockets of fat: More
Jillian Michaels is on the cover of this month’s issue of Fitness, showing off her killer arms and abs in a bikini (she may have left Biggest Loser, but it would appear that she has not left the gym). She spoke with the magazine about leaving the show, career plans, and her body, divulging even her worst insecurity: her ass. She’s spoken about her war with cellulite back there before, but her newest interview sheds some light on how she deals with her imperfections. More
Jillian Michaels is on the cover of Shape‘s May issue, and inside she shares her 20-minute workout, as well as some lesser-known facts about her body and exercise. Apparently, she doesn’t like exercise. But what really piqued my interest? The fitness master has cellulite! Ladies and gentlemen, this confirms: We should all just give up on getting rid of dimples and do something more productive with our lives. More
We admit it: We’re suckers for sleek, minimal packaging. But we’re not big enough suckers to pay $100 for eight ounces of body lotion. Particularly one that’s targeted at our cellulite, which â€” as much as we hate it â€” is in places on our body that (almost) no one ever sees. The moisturizer contains DMAE, an ingredient that’s supposed to reduce the look of loose, cottage-cheese skin. But so do plenty of other lotions that don’t cost $95. (Also, we’re very skeptical of anti-cellulite products in general. There is such a thing as too good to be true.)
Cellulite is one of the peskiest things about bathing suit season. Commercials for creams and machines that claim to reduce cellulite are constantly on TV. Luckily, you may be able to improve the appearance of cellulite-prone areas just by eating … More