How Do I Choose the Best Cellulite Serum?

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  • Written By: Kristeen Moore
  • Edited By: E. E. Hubbard
  • Last Modified Date: 02 June 2018
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Cellulite is a type of skin ailment that affects both men and women of all different shapes and sizes. Although most medical doctors consider the condition to be permanent, there are a variety of cellulite serum companies that promise dramatic results to remove the dimpled skin. The most effective products usually contain ingredients that help your skin build collagen, although other types of serums contain herbs that promise to reduce water retention as well as fat cells. Cellulite products are sold at different price ranges, depending on where you purchase them. If you do not see dramatic improvements after using a particular serum for several weeks, consider seeing a dermatologist for other treatment methods.

Instead of focusing solely on the price of a particular product, you might want to look carefully at the ingredients and features. Many cellulite products promise dramatic results, such as a complete reversal of all skin dimples. In order to fill in any cellulite dimples, the skin requires a serum that will increase the amount of collagen that it produces. This effect is similar to that of wrinkle creams and fine line fillers. Some other types of cellulite serums also contain herbs that supposedly help to decrease your appetite, shrink fat cells, and reduce water retention.


Choosing a cellulite serum can be a confusing experience due to the vast variety sold in drugstores, as well as through online outlets. Focusing on a product’s features can help you narrow down your choices, but you also do not want to spend an excessive amount of money. Generally, if a high-end product sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. You might also want to purchase a product that comes with a money-back guarantee, especially if it is more expensive. Once you have found a cellulite serum that you like, you may want to buy it in bulk to save money.

You might consider seeing a dermatologist or another type of skin professional if over-the-counter products fail to get rid of cellulite. A common problem with cellulite serums is that they cannot reverse the dimpling effect of fat cells once your skin fibers are torn. Although a particular type of cellulite serum might promise a reduction in dimpled skin, the best that it could likely do is to fill in an uneven area so that there is a decreased appearance of the condition. Unfortunately, choosing the best treatment often requires a process of trial and error. It is also likely that you will stop seeing results from a particular cream once you discontinue using the product.



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