Manalapan, NJ (PRWEB) July 1, 2010
The summer is here and that means that beaches and public pools will be packed with swimmers and sunbathers getting ready to enjoy the summer. In par with the onset of summer is one commonly fretted over issue: Cellulite, and the appearance of it. However, Dermagevity Skin Care, the makers of CelluTherm (a proven cellulite cream), are enjoying booming sales as more women flock to this product and use it to combat their cellulite so that they too can enjoy sexy, A-list summer beach bodies.
An article that was recently published by the Dayton Daily News really offers some true perspective as to how mentally aware women are about noticeable signs of cellulite. The article--which was discussing summer swimsuits and the always fretted over signs of cellulite--really does shed some light on just how many women feel when getting into that bathing suit for a dip in the water. As the article reveals, many women do indeed fear that loathed appearance of cellulite; little pockets of fat that can wreak havoc on your outer appearance.
In the article, they discuss how many women feel about their outwardly appearance when poolside. "Away from the sun's blazes, we stuff ourselves into the swimsuit, slather on a suitable sunscreen with a sufficient SPF and slip into flip-flops. The same questions drift into our self-sabotaging minds on the journey to the beach or pool for the first time: Will my back fat be more flabby than the other girls? Do my "girls" look too big (small) in this top? Why would God cause skin to stretch and then mark it? Would it be "weird" if I just swam in a pants suit? Despite the scorn of cellulite (yep, real women have it, too), that extra jiggle when you jump and uncovered arms, we find a space poolside and pensively disrobe."
The spokesperson for CelluTherm, Georgina Reeves, couldn't agree more with the embodiment of this summer cellulite report.
"More women are seeking to get rid of cellulite, and many notice it on their bodies when choosing their swimwear," Reeves says.
As to why more and more women are harnessing the power of CelluTherm to combat the appearances of cellulite on their bodies and fast, according to Reeves the answer is simple. CelluTherm works and has been proven to do so by utilizing lab-tested and proprietary ingredients that show results quickly.
"Many people wonder how our product is able to effectively eradicate pockets of cellulite," Reeves says. "It's the ingredients we use," she explains. "Things like Adiposlim--a revolutionary, patented ingredient that has been proven in lab testing to significantly improve the appearance of cellulite by actually shrinking the fat cells."
Cellutherm is also rich in Adipoless--a patented ingredient that inhibits newer, shrunken fat cells from reforming into cellulite.
CelluTherm cellulite cream is applied one or two times per day to the targeted areas of the body that show cellulite formations. A marble-sized amount is lightly massaged into the skin for 45 seconds, until fully absorbed.
CelluTherm typically shows noticeable results for most people within the first two to four weeks of daily application.
Results are enhanced when CelluTherm is used in conjunction with proper diet and daily exercise.
To learn more about CelluTherm visit them online at: http://www.CelluTherm.com.
- Developed by Dermagevity Skin Care--a leading cosmeceutical company
- Utilizes Adiposlim--a revolutionary, patented ingredient that has been proven in testing to significantly improve the appearance of cellulite by actually shrinking the fat cells
- Is rich in Adipoless--a patented ingredient that inhibits newer, shrunken fat cells from reforming into cellulite
- Most people will see noticeable results from CelluTherm within one to two months of daily usage
- 100% safe, effective and all-natural
- Available over-the-counter, no doctor prescription is required
- Has no known, adverse side effects
- Currently available at their secured online store, with a generous discount off the retail price when ordered online at: http://www.CelluTherm.com
- Source: Internet, 2010; http://www.daytondailynews.com/ohio-recreation/summers-annual-migration-gives-pause-to-swimmers-741279.html
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