Cell-Plus MD Booster Anticellulite
Shock treatment against cellulite blemishes
Cell-Plus® MD Booster Anticellulite is a cosmetic treatment against cellulite blemishes, both at initial and advanced stage.
The most resistant cellulite often comes with loss of skin tone and skin imperfections (orange peel skin).
Bios Line’s labs have used a specific combination of active ingredients to help counteract advanced-stage cellulite blemishes: a hot-cold action complex, which helps reduce fat deposits and improve skin’s elasticity and tone, combined with Caffeine and Carnitine, which promote the reduction of water retention.
Moreover, the efficacy of the product is enhanced by the presence of the Slimming Activator*, a patented complex based on Chritmum maritimum and Rosemary, titrated at 10% in carnosic acid.
The daily use of the product leaves the skin more toned and promotes the reduction of localized fat deposits.
For the cosmetic treatment of cellulite blemishes, both at initial and advanced stage, with orange peel skin and relaxed skin tissues. The treatment can be repeated several times a year.
Apply to the affected areas with circular motions, following the lymphatic flow. Wash your hands thoroughly after each application.
The heat effect experienced after application, which indicates that the product is working, is subjective and in some cases may persist for a long time. We recommend using the product daily, morning and night, for at least 3 weeks, combining it with a healthy diet and regular exercise to maximize its effect.
Extract of Chritmum maritimum and Rosemary (titrated at 10% in carnosic acid), Gelidium cartilagineum, Caffeine, Carnitine, Menthol
Free from parabens, PEG, synthetic colorants, silicones.
Free from iodine (traces of iodine can be due to the presence of vegetable or sea extracts).
Do not use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Reshaping cosmetic action that does not involve any weight loss.
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In this particular period, because of hormone levels that are established during breastfeeding, cellulite becomes more evident and it is very difficult to lose weight: prolactin, in fact, leads to considerable fluid retention, a prerequisite for the production of milk. Generally, experts advise against starting a low-calorie diet and/or exercise program aimed at weight loss while a woman is breast feeding, because milk production could be affected.
And also as regards cosmetic treatment and food supplements, for the same reasons mentioned above, I advise you to defer their use until the end of breastfeeding: anti-cellulite/slimming products always result in drainage of the fluids present in the tissues, which is counterproductive for milk production.
Due to the particular level of certain hormones during pregnancy, a woman’s skin becomes more sensitive and likely to show sensitization reactions.
As a consequence, products such as anti-cellulite* ones, which stimulate the skin, could cause redness and itching.
I would suggest Cell-Plus Crema Rassodante with FRV be applied on the stomach, hips and bust to prevent the appearance of stretch marks.
Furthermore, bear in mind that it is quite normal that, during pregnancy and breastfeeding, fluid retention in the tissues increases due to hormones. It would actually be counterproductive to undergo treatment of any kind to reduce the volume of fluid in the tissues: women need to accumulate fluid for the continuous replacement of amniotic fluid and, later on, to produce milk.