Are you still troubled by cellulite in summer? Cellulite, also known as cellulite, is one of the most common aesthetic problems in women: according to experts from the Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (AEDV), it affects 85% to 98% of women.
Cellulite is common (after all, it’s due to hormonal issues and other sometimes hard-to-control factors), and there’s nothing wrong with it, but there’s nothing negative about trying to combat it or improve it. For this, there are increasingly interesting products …
We’ve already told you about the best anti-cellulite creams on the market, now we’re introducing something else, although it’s not a cosmetic… it’s a tool! It’s a super effective massager that helps fight cellulite, and it’s marked down on Amazon right now, making it the best-selling product of its kind.
But how does it work? This electric massager can be used on the buttocks, thighs, arms and buttocks. Thanks to its roller and circular motion, it activates blood circulation, increases metabolism and lymph flow, improving the appearance of the skin’s surface, which becomes smoother with each pass.
The massager has more than 3,000 positive reviews on Amazon, with many users saying that using it with body oil or aloe vera glides better over the skin’s surface without applying too much pressure. And beware, many of them say they see results within a week… draw!
Cristina is a beauty and lifestyle writer for Cosmopolitan. With over five years of digital magazine experience, she enjoys writing about makeup trends, hair, skincare and celebrity looks, as well as culture and lifestyle in the broadest sense. : You’ll find her signed articles books or music, but also games, phrases for various occasions and even dreams, a topic that has long fascinated her.
Cristina graduated in Journalism and Audiovisual Communication at Carlos III University in 2017 and since then she has not stopped writing about everything she is passionate about. Before joining Cosmopolitan, she interned at various local outlets and worked in the newsrooms of Enfemenino, Mia and Marie Claire, where she also published articles and reports on fashion, beauty and culture.
She is currently combining her freelance editorial work with her other great passion – music photography. If she’s not writing at a computer or finding inspiration for a song, you can be sure to find her camera in the front row of any concert in Madrid.