I have a body dry brush used primarily with my bottom area in mind. For those of you who don’t already know this, I am sorry to bring you the bad news but, cellulite creams do not work in reducing cellulite. They may enhance the way the skin looks via emollients that are placed where you typically don’t apply them. But that’s about it. Dry brushes range in all prices. I got mine on amazon for $10 and it is great for the simple goal of removing dry skin and possibly improving the look of that area via enhanced circulation. I realize the improvements if any from it are minor and temporary but the massage is pampering. Also, the circulatory boost is energizing. I just like the way it makes me feel. Although I am a little lazy using it regularly, I do plan on doing so more frequently in Summer.
You’re supposed to start at your feet and work your way up your body before showering. Dry brushing delivers similar effects as massage by speeding up the movement of fluids in our bodies. Click HERE for the Aromatherapy Associates Polishing Body Brush in the photo and this is what they say about it. “Proven to stimulate circulation, boost cell renewal and eliminate toxins, daily body brushing is the most effective way to achieve glowing skin from top to toe”.
There is a new cellulite reducing procedure. This is what the company claims, “Cellfina™ is the only FDA-cleared minimally invasive, one-time procedure clinically proven to improve the appearance of cellulite for at least two years—the longest FDA-cleared duration for a cellulite treatment”. Check this review out with before and after photos What is the procedure like & does it really work? For Cellfina’s Q & A click HERE.
A friend recently mentioned another non-invasive fat loss procedure called CoolSculpting that a friend of hers did and she was happy with her results. Click HERE for information about it.
For a great list of current methods to avoid going under the knife, with prices and descriptions, click HERE “7 Best Body Sculpting Treatment to Get Rid of Body Fat”.
I will keep working out and stick with my dry brushing (I have not had any type of procedure, yet).