Saturday, February 20, 2010

Mia Tyler Touts Celluscience Anti-Cellulite Pill

It is estimated that more than 85% of women in the U.S. have cellulite. No big surprise there, and we know that even very thin people carry cellulite on their bones as well. Despite that recognition, woman continue to flock to quick-fixes or ven subject themselves to painful plastic surgery to rid (minimize really) their bodies of the "unsightly" dimpling.

Well, here's another option for you, promoted by none other than plus-size model Mia Tyler, daughter of famous Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler and sis to actress Liv. What's the scoop? Well, it's being described as a revolutionary new anti-cellulite dietary supplement clinically proven to help target the thighs, hips and gluteal area.

Santica Research Labs, LLC, a subsidiary of Italian multinational Medestea Internazionale, recently launched CelluScience Anti-Cellulite Beauté Intensive, which they report is the most scientifically advanced cellulite capsule now available in the U.S. Until recently, the supplement was only available for sale in Europe, where its formula won numerous awards.

“This unique supplement, made from carefully selected natural botanical extracts, targets the underlying factors that contribute to the development of cellulite,” says Eddie Catalfamo, Santica Research Labs President & CEO. “It is a common misunderstanding that only overweight women have cellulite, but, in fact, it is a common problem for thin people as well.”

CelluScience’s patented Vascolarys Complex™ proprietary blend includes fish oil, borage oil, grape seed extract, Ginkgo biloba, Gotu Kola Leaf and other natural ingredients. Unlike anti-cellulite creams and lotions applied topically to the skin, CelluScience works from the inside out in three ways:

It helps maintain strong micro-circulation
It helps promote healthy cell metabolism
It delivers potent anti-oxidants

Although at present there is no general agreement on the causes of cellulite, it is widely believed it occurs when blood vessels and connective tissue are weakened, allowing the buoyant fat cells to rise to the surface and become trapped in the skin’s dermal layer. Nice thought, huh folks.

Will you try this brand new to the US product?
Well, if you're interested (I hear LOTS of yes's in your minds out there), CelluScience Anti-Cellulite Beauté Intensive dietary supplement can be purchased at select GNC stores or online at and The new 15-day starter program of 45 gel capsules for $64.99 will be available at national retailers and drug chains starting in March 2010.

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