Some gorgeous Hollywood celebrities revealed for us some of the anti-cellulite secrets they use so their bodies always look sexy
The ugly cellulite is a problem for all women. If you ever thought that silky, sexy legs, like those of Hollywood celebrities have no problems, well, you were wrong. But, here are some of the prettiest starts, revealing their anti-cellulite secrets.
Well, we gathered around some beautiful women and revealed their secrets… read more in the table below.
Elle Macpherson Goddess Body
The Australian top model is a big fan of the endermology technique. This is a procedure that reduces cellulite through a mechanic massage that stimulates fat cells in depth and leads to their melting. In the same time, activates blood circulation and helps your skin become younger. This anti cellulite massage is not painful and is a real help in the process of losing weight, tones the skin and eliminates excess water from the organism.
She couldn’t resist trying Universal Contour Wrap, the miracle treatment that promises losing 15 cm in just 2 hours. “I loved it, I felt much better after trying it, and I can’t wait to repeat this experience.” Said Paris. The secret for this procedure is using algae and a special wrapping procedure that eliminates all the water and toxins from your body.
Her secret? VelaSmooth, a noninvasive therapy that has results comparable to those of liposuction. It uses Elos technology, a combination of 4 different techniques that, with the help of derma heating, stimulate the restructuring and remodeling of the skin, diminishes fat deposits and improves blood circulation. Dr. Patrick Bitter Jr., American dermatologist says that “this is the most successful anti-cellulite treatment in present times”.
A wonderful body right? Well, let me tell you her secret: Power Plate. The machine works using vibrations that act on specific problem areas. You can focus all its “action” on some target areas and work them out! The main difference between this machine and a normal workout, is that Power Plate stimulates you muscle in 97%, and a normal training… well… only 40%.