Suppliers are always eager to fill demand and people are clamoring for a way to get rid of cellulite, so manufacturers are flooding the market with products meant to help eliminate the unsightly condition. Creams and gadgets are constantly being introduced, all competing eagerly for a piece of the anti-cellulite financial pie. One such device that has been advertised on TV and elsewhere is Celluless MD. This is the successor to the original Celluless but uses the same basic vacuum massage technique. Can you really suck away cellulite?
Celluless Md says, “This new, improved portable vacuum therapy system combines gentle suction and efficient massage rollers to melt away fat and reduce sizes while helping you look and feel your best.” The company thinks we should believe that rubbing and sucking at cellulite will make it go away. Not only that, it claims that you’ll soon be able to wear smaller size clothing because you used this hand held massager on your belly, thighs, upper arms, and fanny.
There is one plausible part to that theory. The sucking and massaging could stimulate blood circulation in the areas where Celluless MD is used and researchers have discovered that poor blood circulation does contribute to the build up of cellulite.
Apparently, there is no official website for Celluless MD so there is no where to learn more about the science behind the theory.
Where to Buy Celluless MD
Celluless MD is available at various websites, including Amazon and eBay. The cordless massager is priced $47.50 at Amazon and is available at both higher and lower prices at other sites. No guarantee was found and one customer review at Amazon reported that the the pins that hold the rollers in the cup broke within two weeks. The Celluless MD comes complete with two bell shaped cups but the reviewer reported that the second set of pins also broke soon after. Unfortunately, without a website and no contact information provided on the packaging, this customer was left with a broken fat sucker and no way to repair it or get a refund.
Celluless MD Pros
I honestly had to work hard to come up with any pros for the Celluless MD but I did manage to find these:
- Free orange peel cellulite cream comes with purchase
- The massage feels stimulating
Celluless MD Cons
- No website
- No contact info
- No guarantee
- No evidence, scientific or otherwise, that the product has any effect on cellulite
The theory behind this product reminds me of the 60s when people were convinced that you could shake fat off by wrapping a band around your butt and letting a machine vigorously vibrate your body. Of course, that theory was disproved years ago and in my opinion, the Celluless MD will meet the same fate. The company does not bother to provide a website, nor is there any guarantee located. Those reasons alone are enough to prevent me from recommending this product. I don’t know about you, but I’m sure there must be better ways to spend $50 than on the Celluless MD.
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User Questions and Answers
User Questions and Answers
Q: Where can I find a charger for this thing? -Alicia
Q: I bought this ,a nd there is no md elite nutrition program booklet -lori
Q: Hello, I just received my celluless and it states that it needs to be used with a particular orange oil that they sell. I didnt know this upon purchasing or wouldn't have bought it. Was just wondering if you think I can use my oils I regularly use. Such as, essential oils mixed with avocado oil. Thanks for your help -Mary