Ladies, let’s keep it real. Cellulite sucks.
What’s worse is that it can be quite an uphill battle to get rid of and most of us will have to deal with at some point or another throughout our lives.
In fact, many studies are now suggesting a whopping 90% of all women in the US suffer from cellulite. Yikes!
Although only a small fraction suffer from severe cellulite, the majority of us just have that one little problem area we’d like to get rid of, for good.
Well, today that dream becomes a reality because we’re going to be talking about a product that is hands down the most sizzling cellulite solution on the market today – Finulite cellulite cream.
Within this Finulite review I’m going to breakdown how it helps to reduce cellulite as well as how effective it is and what kind of dramatic effects you can expect to see. Or you could click here to check out Sabrina’s review on Finulite – she was so intrigued with the product she decided to test it out herself.
So, let’s get this party started!
Breaking It Down
There are a lot of creams on the market right now, and while many of them share the same tactics when it comes to reducing the appearance of cellulite, there are a few key distinctions worth mentioning.
When it comes to Finulite, there are 2 key components:
- Detoxification (Finulite AM)
- Rejuvenation (Finulite PM)
This is the only cellulite cream that I know of that is split into two parts – allowing for treatment both during the day and at night.
Let’s start with the daytime detox cream. The sole purpose of the ingredients that make up this remedy is to breakdown those stubborn fat cells using targeted ingredients.
Methylsilanol is one of those compounds that it is hard to find information on. This little ingredient works by activating your body’s natural fat burning process known as lipolysis.
Green tea extract has also been proven in the past to help break down fat cells, allowing them to naturally be removed from your body.
You literally cannot step foot into a health food store these days without seeing a number of green tea extracts used for fat reduction. The sh*t just simply works!
Cyclic AMP (cyclic adenosine monophosphate) is a little harder to explain, but it’s basically your body’s way of regulating its metabolism. It has a number of other properties as well, but for the purpose of reducing fat cells, just to think of it like this:
Your body has natural cyclic AMP, but with an increase in the amount available, your body is then triggered into increasing it’s metabolism. With an increase in metabolism, we also see a reduction in fat reserves.
There are of course a bunch of other ingredients available for you to read at your own leisure at Finulite.com but these are three of the main components that I think truly sets Finulite apart from other cellulite creams.
This is why I truly believe this cream is number one on the market today. If you think about it, topical creams can only be effective if they can be absorbed properly through the skin.
Someone with unhealthy skin containing a lack of moisture and potential blockages is unlikely to see the same effects from someone who has healthy skin.
Because they are simply unable to absorb as many nutrients through their unhealthy skin.
Remember, our skin is our biggest organ, meaning it is imperative to keep it in top notch shape to see the best results.
What we do know is that most cellulite creams can cause slight skin damage and therefore repairing that damage is of the utmost of importance.
That’s where Finulite PM comes into play.
Using natural skin healing ingredients such as lavender and rosemary oil, by applying this nourishing cream to your skin before you go to bed you can help to cut down on the slight skin damage that could be caused during the daily application of Finulite AM.
Why It’s HOT!
The first reason why this cream is hot is because of the fact that it also focuses on repairing any damage done to your skin during the application of the day cream, Finulite AM.
Although I’m sure this won’t be the case for long, right now this is the only product to focus on repairing and reversing any skin damage that may be caused by a few drying ingredients.
Secondly other girls are absolutely RAVING about it.
I personally like how they have put independent reviews up on the official site in the reviews section that have come directly from Amazon, with 61 out of 86 people who reviewed the product giving it 5 out of 5 stars.
Now I don’t know about you, but I find those numbers downright enticing.
But is there anything Finulite can’t do?
Why It’s NOT!
Ladies, you know I think you are all beautiful just the way you are, but if you have cellulite and you want it gone then I think it’s crucial to stay realistic in your goals.
If you fall into the category of having moderate to high amounts of cellulite, don’t expect it to burn away all at once.
Instead, focus on maintaing a healthy weight and firming up so you can see even more results from this product.
Remember, there’s simply no product out there that has the ability to magically burn serious amounts of fat overnight.
With that being said, Finulite will help to accelerate your results by helping to break down fat deposits, firm up and smooth out your skin – ultimately providing you with dramatic results.
Anyone who reads this site on the regular will know that I don’t usually recommend a lot of products.
In fact, my sole priority is to research ingredients, check with other customers who have used the product and test it out myself to see if it truly is worth your hard earned money.
With that being said, if I hear anything that doesn’t really jive well with me, I’ll let you beauties know.
Which is why it came as such a surprise that I actually really liked Finulite…and not just me but Sabrina loved Finulite as well.
It’s hands down the most exquisite cellulite cream available today, especially for those of us looking to tighten up those problem areas and don’t have hundreds (or thousands) to spend on expensive spa treatments.
Besides, don’t we all want to look as daringly sexy on the outside as we feel on the inside?
That’s what I thought.