Can a Caffeine Cream Banish Cellulite?

Researchers in Brazil say a cream containing caffeine may make women’s thighs smaller. It makes for a nice headline, except:

It was not clear from a news release on the study if the work was a true experiment, with a control group and subjects randomly getting the treatment or a placebo.

Whether caffeine banishes cellulite is less clear. The researchers assessed cellulite changes with a handheld imaging instrument that reveals microcirculation in fat tissue. Imaging showed little change in cellulite, even in the hips and thighs that slimmed down.

Sound too good to be true? I’m sure it is. However, if you apply the caffeine cream immediately before doing 30 minutes on the elliptical five times a week for 10 weeks, then you’ll see those thick thighs melt away.

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4 thoughts on “Can a Caffeine Cream Banish Cellulite?”

  1. It may be a placebo? I’m okay with that. If I could just THINK my thighs are thinner that would at least be something 🙂 Progress, right?

  2. “However, if you apply the caffeine cream immediately before doing 30 minutes on the elliptical five times a week for 10 weeks, then you’ll see those thick thighs melt away.”

    Yup. Thinner cottage cheese thighs, but the cottage cheese won’t go anywhere no matter what you do.

  3. I always thought that caffeien was harmful? Thats why I don’t drink it

  4. Heh, you’re right, Michelle. Removing cellulite would be nice, but trimming down your legs will at least be progress!

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