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Celrase Review - How Well Does It Work?


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Open just about any women's magazine and you'll find ads for Celrase, the anti-cellulite cream. The product is reportedly being swooped off drug store shelves and department store counters in the hopes that it will solve one of women's constant body complaints: the presence of cellulite.

To understand what cellulite is, you need to understand a bit about the musculature and fatty tissues beneath your skin. Cellulite is the name coined to describe a collection of fat that pushes against the connective tissue beneath a person's skin, which causes the surface of the skin to dimple or pucker up and look lumpy. Found primarily in women, it affects all ages, shapes, and sizes, and can be one of the most stubborn flaws to get rid of for even the thinnest of women.

Is Celrase truly effective at fighting cellulite?

Society’s obsession with having a thin and flawless body has grown in the past decade, and with it, so has the number of consumer products and cellulite treatments on the market that claim to provide a fast and easy way of achieving the goal of having that perfect body. With all the buzz about the Celrase product, let's take a closer look at it see why the product is considered to be so effective.

Celrase is a non-invasive topical treatment that employs an innovative approach to reducing cellulite and leaving skin smoother and less dimpled. Clinical research on the product has shown that Celrase is able to simultaneously restrict and eliminate the storage of fats cells by inhibiting free fatty acid production and stimulating the breakdown of fat stored in fat cells, which recycles the free fatty acids into energy. The product is intended to reduce existing cellulite in just a month, with visible improvement demonstrated in vivo versus placebo. In terms of efficacy, the product is as efficient as caffeine for its’ fat burning action, according to peer reviewed research.

Through an original fat fighting development, Celrase provides a preventative action against cellulite formation. How? By blocking the matrix metalloproteinase signals, Celrase is able to control new fat cell development. In addition, the product uses an innovative fighting mode of action where the formation of new blood vessels are inhibited thereby suppressing cell maturation and forcing the fat cells to lie in their dormant, non-operational, non-fat storing form.

If you decide that you truly want to reduce the amount of cellulite you have, you should also immediately decrease your excess fat consumption in addition to using this product. Based on all of the available clinical research on this product, I do believe that Celrase will prove to be quite a formidable opponent in the fight against cellulite.

Sherri Solomon is an avid health and fitness enthusiast and published author. Many of her insightful supplement articles can be found at the premier online health news magazine.


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