Review: Madara Anti-Cellulite Cream

I used to think it was funny how the media sensationalizes cellulite. I was in college at the time and thought it was a problem that only affected older women, so it seemed like a way to get 30-somethings to buy products they didn't need. Little did I know that just a few years later, still in my twenties, I would find cellulite on my own body. What is a girl to do?

I was doing well on my resolution to get in shape, but my cellulite was still there after a few months. It was time to bring in the big guns: I would try a cellulite cream — but not just any cellulite cream. I wanted something natural, so I turned to Madara's Anti-Cellulite Cream.

Pros:
  • Pleasant citrus scent
  • Helps improve skin texture over time
  • Nice, creamy lotion texture
  • Easy to apply (pump bottle)
  • Contains many organic ingredients
Cons:
  • May need to use a large amount to see an improvement
Summary:
Madara's Anti-Cellulite Cream seemed to help gradually improve my skin texture. The package recommends applying twice a day for a few weeks before you will see results. It is a gradual process that will require a lot of cream, especially if you're applying liberally over thighs or other large areas. If I could offer one suggestion for improvement, I'd like the site to be easier to navigate and include links to easily purchase each product, as local availability may be limited. Also, the price may be limiting to those on a budget.

Although I am still of the belief that diet and exercise are the best cures for cellulite, I would recommend this cream in place of its conventional alternatives (for those looking to accelerate their results). With its citrusy scent and gentle ingredients, it works as a nice moisturizer that has added firming benefits.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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