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How can I get rid of cellulite?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

Almost every woman has cellulite -- and almost every woman has tried and failed to get rid of it. In this video, Dr. Oz reveals some affordable remedies that really work.  

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine

I don't have an issue with cellulite, but if you do, it seems that some massage therapies can help change the appearance temporarily (and I mean temporarily, hurry up and snap that picture), but no creams, gels, or other easy solutions have even been shown to assist. More invasive procedures (like body lifts) can help, but you have to ask yourself whether the treatment is really worth the problem.

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