8 Celebrity-Approved Cellulite Treatments That Actually Work
Celebrities are widely recognized for bringing their fashion and beauty greatness to red carpets, photoshoots, events, and everyday outings. You might be surprised to learn what they do to ensure they look effortless at all times. And we’re not just talking about choosing the perfect outfits—starlets step up their fitness routines, diets and sometimes even undergo cosmetic procedures to get camera-ready. The last thing anyone wants is a camera flashing at her cellulite—but everyone’s got it, even Hollywood’s finest. Read on to learn how A-listers combat the dimples.
She has one of the most enviable bodies in Hollywood, with lean arms and defined legs. It's hard to believe she has a single dimple of cellulite, but it turns out she uses body wraps to prevent them.
Her infamous derriere is the result of a strict diet. She sought the help of Howard Murad, MD, who believes the best way to get rid of cellulite is to strengthen the skin with food. In an interview, he shared that Jennifer eats a lot of spinach, flaxseeds, citrus fruits, iceberg lettuce and olive oil. We're sure her dancing skills also contribute to the cause.
Kim has never been shy about her cellulite, nor her desire to make it less visible. In a past episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kim tried Velashape. The procedure employs vacuums and massages to target problem areas and can cost anywhere from $800 to $2400 per body part. She also relies on self-tanner to contour her body.
According to Us Weekly, Gwyneth's personal trainer Lauren Roxburgh designed two foam-roller exercises to help the actress banish cellulite. One targets the back of the thighs, and the other the inner thighs. Both need to be completed five times a week for the best results.
Celebrity trainer Valerie Waters, who has trained Jessica as well as Jennifer Garner and Cindy Crawford, swears by fast-paced circuit work. She explained to Prevention that she also recommends eliminating processed foods.