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    I asked on here yesterday whether anyone had tried these cos i was wondering whether they actually work.
    Just had a look on the Boots website and there is £5 off on selected Nivea products meaning you can get Nivea "Goodbye cellulite" gel for £5.07 instead of the usual £10.07.

    Gonna give it a try so thought i'd let you all know incase you're interested- maybe worth trying while its cheap.
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    Just drink loads of water, excercise, use a scrub
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    I hope it works for you ... but am I the only one who is really sceptical of 'firming'/'anti-cellulite' products? They seem like a load of **** to me? :tongue:
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    (Original post by inksplodge)
    I hope it works for you ... but am I the only one who is really sceptical of 'firming'/'anti-cellulite' products? They seem like a load of **** to me? :tongue:
    I'm sceptical too. But lately i've heard quite a few good reviews of these products, i'd like to believe they'd do *something* else surely they'd be breaking advertising laws. I tend to believe theyre just a placebo, but i'd like to see for myself. :o:
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    Just drink loads of water, excercise, use a scrub
    I do these, but im a perfectionist and never happy with my body, its an endless quest for improvement
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    Do they not only work as long as you carry on using the products. I mean, I'm assuming that once you stopped using them, the affects would wear off..:lolwut:
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    (Original post by mel0n)
    Do they not only work as long as you carry on using the products. I mean, I'm assuming that once you stopped using them, the affects would wear off..:lolwut:
    I think you have to keep using them yeah, it says "with regular use". If it doesnt work once this bottle has run out then obviously i won't buy it again, but if it does then £10 a bottle is worth it.
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    mel0n - presumably that's the case for many things! You have to use deodorant, shampoo, and a toothbrush and toothpaste most days too...

    As for anti-cellulite things, the best I've found is Jergens. Have tried a Clarins one and a L'Oreal one and was not impressed with either. I have a sachet of that Goodbye Cellulite stuff somewhere but haven't used it yet.
 
 
 
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