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How can I reduce the appearance of cellulite?

Jeannette O. Graf, MD
Dermatology
Seaweed can help reduce the appearance of cellulite; it contains nutrients and minerals that stimulate skin's microcirculation, which helps reduce bloat and those skin dimples. Watch dermatologist Jeannette Graf, MD, share her seaweed scrub recipe.

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Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
Though there’s no permanent solution for cellulite, you can reduce the appearance of it. Look for creams that contain 2% aminophylline, which drains water from fat cells, temporarily reducing the appearance of ripples in the skin and creating a smoother-looking surface.

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