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May 21, 2007

Win the War on Cellulite

The best anticellulite treatments and products to use now.

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The Treatment
Ionithermie (an average of $125 per session)

How It's Supposed to Work
Two kinds of electrical stimuli, plus algae, conductive clay and special skin products developed in France (where Ionithermie was created) are used together to disperse cellulite.

Reported Results
In a recent independent study conducted in France, the lead physician, Corinne Guibaud, M.D., said: "After 10 sessions, all subjects noticed a visible improvement in the 'orange peel' texture of the skin."

The Details
A clay body mask and electrodes are applied. The electrodes emit a current said to break down and drain toxins. You may see results after the first session. Maintenance treatments are required.

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