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#71 cancunbride

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    Posted 04 July 2009 - 06:45 PM

    I believe in the Nivea ladies... I did that one two months before my wedding and it worked. I used the patches, pills, and gel. Consistently, I did the gel in the morning and at night... It really did help out my legs. At the resort I did a green tea scrub for it and it did miracles.

    #72 *Karla*

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      Posted 04 July 2009 - 09:53 PM

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      Originally Posted by tad515
      I say wear a skirted bathing suit bottom and be done with it! LOL! No, seriously, has anyone ever tried the Avon or Mary Kay lotions that are out there?
      I'm all about the skirted bottom, LOL!

      #73 Jenn&Kraig

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        Posted 11 August 2009 - 01:55 PM

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        Originally Posted by kate.com
        Ok gals, as far as cheating products go, I am having good luck with the Bliss line... it "reduces appearance," not vanishes cellulite... But I had that fancy procedure done where they melt away cellulite, yeah it works but costs a fortune... and it doesn't get rid of everything unless you keep going.. which I cannot afford. But the esthatician said that I got great results and the Bliss products were helping! She went out and bought it for herself bc it is cheaper than the stuff you can buy at the spa.
        Here is the link:
        spa products, anti aging skin care, body treatments, gifts for her - bliss
        It is also available at Sephora. I like the stimulator... it is a little rubber brush thing that I use to rub on my thighs in the shower. Massage is known to reduce cellulite so this is cheaper than getting regular massages. Then I use the Fatgirlslim. I also started using their under eye cream and LOVE it for reducing dark circles and puffiness.
        Working out and drinking water helps the most!!! But cheating is good when you are wearing a bathing suit.

        How long have you been using the fatgirlslim? How long does the container last you? Do you have to keep using it to maintain results?

        Sorry for the "20 questions" I have used some products before with no avail ..that Loreal being one of them...I too thank Tyra!...lol

        I am not heavily over weight, I was just cursed with damn cellulite on my thighs and tush!! Granted i'm not in the shape I shoulb, and am working out, but if this product helps you out, I would be interested in it!

        #74 Jenn&Kraig

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          Posted 11 August 2009 - 02:12 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by tad515
          I say wear a skirted bathing suit bottom and be done with it! LOL! No, seriously, has anyone ever tried the Avon or Mary Kay lotions that are out there?
          I have tried Avon, Loreal and Biotherm..no go for any of them, I did use Nivea, it sort of helpedm combined with some crazy excercising I was doing, lus I used thr cream morning and night...it gets expensive, I stopped doing it because i couldn't be bothered!

          But now that I am engaged and planning a dw, I really need to kick it up!
          i'm thinking of trying the coffee grounds with lotion...lol

          in then end it all depends on how regimented/determined you are, you have to be consistant, and take on an over all healthier way of life! Which is easy for the first two weeks, but then for me...that darn pizza and cheeseburger comercial look pretty tasty!! lol

          But seriously doctors!!! Can you not just find a darn cure already!!!!?? lol

          #75 Lady_Di

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            Posted 19 August 2009 - 10:44 AM

            I have this on my butt and upper back thighs...it is NOT pretty! I hate it so much. I've been working out. I considered getting Endergomlie(?) but I can't afford it right now.

            I will try the coffee grinds and lotions! It just takes time to do them. I have Nivea gel at home but I slack off with them. Maybe I can tell my FI to do work for me! Lol.

            #76 vlynnw

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              Posted 19 August 2009 - 11:01 AM

              Cellulite is horrible and unfortunately generally just a genetic trait that most women end up with. I work out all the time, I was a college athlete, I eat right, drink about a gallon of water a day, but yet nothing ever seems to take those little spots away completely. I've pretty much accepted the fact that there is nothing I can do my cells just suck!
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