Unlike these celebs, who can afford costly cellulite-removing procedures (we saw Kim Kardashian get a treatment called Velashape on a past episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians), how does the average woman deal with dimpled skin?
Well, you could embrace it—more than 90 percent of women have it, after all! Should you want temporary taut skin, there are topical treatments, which have become particularly trendy in recent years. The question is: Do they actually work?
In case you were wondering why men don't have cellulite, it's because their genetic bands are thicker and crisscross each other, keeping the pockets of fat at bay.
Although some experts have called this buzzy skin-care trend all hype, if you have the right expectation, it may just work for you. Translation: Know that any sculpting or anti-cellulite product that you apply on top of your skin is temporary.
"It's a nice little fix for a few hours to a day," said the dermatologist, who independently surveys beauty products. "If you have a pool party or a reunion to go to and if you're wearing shorts, with an anti-cellulite cream and self-tanner or makeup, [your body will] look leaner."
She likened cellulite products with getting facials, where regular appointments and product layering are needed to create any long-lasting results.
Need suggestions? Keep scrolling for Dr. Fusco's reviews of anti-cellulite products.
Sol de Janeiro
Brazilian Bum Bum Cream, $45
Body Fit Anti-Cellulite Contouring Expert, $70
Too Cool For School
Fizzy Body Sculpting Mousse, $28
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Cellutox Active Body Oil, $63.50