Cellulite Minimizing Spa System
Great food and celebrations often go hand in hand, and with the current economic climate around the world, we believe people will be celebrating on a much smaller scale no matter where they are. Would this mean less quantity and quality in food, and will that result in plummeting sales of the Cellulite Minimizing Spa System since there won’t be much weight to lose in the first place?
Developed by a plastic surgeon, this system reduces the appearance of cellulite without the time or expense of a spa treatment. Consisting of a specially formulated cream and a soothing handheld massager that administers phototherapy (similar to the UV-light treatments used by dermatologists), the system penetrates the skin to improve circulation and reduce cellulite dimples, leading to healthier, younger looking skin. The cream is a combination of shea butter, retinyl palmitate, and a caffeine extract that combine to moisturize and smooth the skin. The massager should be applied for 15 minutes once or twice a day until the visible signs of cellulite begin to disappear and then used three or four times a week to maintain the results. Includes 7-oz. of cream and a carrying case.
No idea if this actually works as advertised. Has anyone else tried out this $119.95 device from Hammacher, and what’s your take on it? Kindly leave us a comment below.