So, yes, shockingly, the results of the 30-Day Cellulite Challenge seem to suggest that this is actually working. I’ve got less cellulite — or should I say, there appears to be less of an appearance of cellulite — on my butt for pretty sure, although the upper-thighs I’m not so sure about.
Speaking of which, what the hell is cellulite anyway?According to Wikipedia, it’s “a modification of skin topography evident by skin dimpling and nodularity that occurs mainly in women on the pelvic region, lower limbs, and abdomen and is caused by the herniation of subcutaneous fat within fibrous connective tissue, leading to a padded or orange peel–like appearance.” Now that sounds sexy.
Who has it? Here’s a slideshow where you guess the celebrity cellulite. Boy, am I glad I’m not famous.
Last year, The New York Times proclaimed: “[R]umors of a cure [for cellulite] are greatly exaggerated.” In other words, am I seeing what I want to see, or is something else going on here? I predict time will tell.
What I Learned: My rear does not look like an orange.
Karin Herzog sent me two free tubes of anti-cellulite creams, but my 30-day cellulite status report will be 100% influence-free.