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? Keep reading »
We’re a week into my experiment in which I use myself as a lab rat to find out what happens when I attempt to eliminate the cellulite on my rear-end and upper-thighs. I have to say, I entered into this, and pretty much everything else I do, pretty skeptically. I do not believe in miracles in a bottle. Unless the bottle is labeled Botox. And that has its drawbacks, too. But … Keep reading »
The 30-Day Cellulite Challenge has returned! What will the weekend reveal about the state of cellulite on my butt and thighs? I am sure you all could hardly stand the suspense. This is like a diary, only a diary that my butt is keeping. I am the transcriber. Keep reading »
Hello, and welcome to Day 3 of the 30-Day Cellulite Challenge with me, your host, Susannah Breslin. On tonight’s show, we have only one guest, and it’s my butt. We’ll be talking about cellulite. Shall we? Keep reading »
Welcome to Day 2 of the 30-Day Cellulite Challenge in which I attempt to get rid of my cellulite, and we all spend a couple of minutes a day contemplating the current state of my rump. After I announced this groundbreaking experiment yesterday, several of you made comments along the lines of, as meredith806 put it, “Pics or it didn’t happen.” Keep reading »
So, a while back, I wrote a post about how I was going to attempt to get rid of my cellulite, and let you all know what happened. In the interim, though, life got in the way. My butt wasn’t my primary focus; other things were. Now, I’ve got plenty of time to think about my rear-end. For the next 30 days, I’m going to be using Karin Herzog anti-cellulite cream to see if it really gets rid of cellulite, and I’ll be blogging all the while. After the jump, Day 1. Keep reading »