Cellulite Patches – Do They Work?

Cellulite Patches – Do They Work?

Cellulite patches are one of the latest methods of treating cellulite problems. These patches are very similar to nicotine patches which can be applied directly on the affected area. Cellulite is something from which all women fear and incidentally not many men are affected by this skin problem. Cellulite is a lumpy fatty layer underneath your skin which is also called subcutaneous layer.

The problem with cellulite is that, it can not be removed just by dieting or exercising. Most of the time people have to take medication or use lotions on the affected area to cure this problem. There are a number of anti cellulite creams and lotions available in the market. Some of them like Revitol anti cellulite cream are very popular among women.

Cellulite patches are among the latest methods which are being used to treat cellulite. These patches have now been introduced by various cosmetic companies and slowly becoming famous. One of the most popular cellulite patches is Nivea Good-Bye cellulite patch. While some women swear by the effectiveness by this product, others have given it a complete thumbs-down.

Cellulite patches are applied directly to the affected body part like a nicotine patch. The patch has to be applied for around 8 hours a day and can be applied while you are at work. It should be applied a couple of time in a week until you start to see some improvement in the cellulite affected body part. The frequency of applying the patch can be reduced over the period of time.

Cellulite patches has caffeine, red algae and anti-oxidants as main ingredients with caffeine being the main one. Caffeine helps to break down fat cells and serve to do the chemical liposuction. It also helps to improve the flow of blood and act as a vasodilator. There are some companies which use different ingredients like Bladderwrack and Rhodysterol in place of caffeine. These two are different variants of red algae and they also help in improving metabolism and burn fat cells.

Some women prefer caffeine based cellulite patches while other use red algae based patches. You may have to try them to see which one suit you better and provide better results. But you should be aware of any negative symptoms of cellulite patches as well. These patches are not a complete solution for cellulite and may not work in all conditions. If there are orange peel symptoms, it is recommended that you consult a doctor before start applying cellulite patches.



Source by Vav Karter

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