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Beware the Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing of Sponsored Cellulite Treatment Advice

Posted by Nima Rafizadeh on

There we were, checking our online news feeds for stories about cellulite, and we spot one that really stands out. Among all the “Get Rid of” and “Banish” cellulite headlines, one quite realistically stated, “How to Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite and Stretch Marks”.

In the world of cellulite treatment advice, the words ‘reduce’ and ‘reduction’ pop up far less than words like ‘banish, ‘rid’ and ‘cellulite busting’.

Why ‘Reduce’ is Good Cellulite Treatment Advice

Because it’s a perfectly normal skin condition, like freckles, the idea of getting ‘rid’ of cellulite is absurd. Try as you might, you will never get rid of all your freckles. And, try as you might, you will never get rid of all of your cellulite.

But you can reduce the appearance of your freckles by staying out of the sun and covering them with makeup. And you can reduce the appearance of cellulite in lots of ways too.

Why You Should Be Wary of This “Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite” Article

As we read the article, we were impressed by its quick, detailed outline of cellulite and its contributing factors. We were stoked when we got to the part that read “here’s exactly how to reduce the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks”.

Sure enough, the article listed four great ways to help make your cellulite less noticeable.

  • Eat a balanced diet
  • Get regular exercise
  • Drink lots of water
  • Get proper rest

But it was their fifth point that completely drained all the good, warm feelings we got from the otherwise realistic cellulite treatment advice.

  • Get a little help from science with a product like the new …

Noooo! Not a promotion for a ‘firming oil’!

Even if the product delivers on its promise to make your cellulite look better, and even if the article is tagged as ‘sponsored’, here’s why it is still a clever deception.

If you were to eat a more balanced, nutritious diet, exercise regularly, drink more water, and make sure you get your rest, not only will your cellulite look better, but you will be living a healthier lifestyle.

But firming oil isn’t particularly healthy, and it will only reduce the appearance of your cellulite for as long as you use it. 

If you’re looking for a clinically-proven way to reduce the appearance of your cellulite, check out our of anti-cellulite shapewear product line.

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