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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.
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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