Cellulite: The Natural Cure/The Official Cellulite Cure Review

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What is it?

Cellulite: The Natural Cure, otherwise known as The Official Cellulite Cure, is a program by certified personal trainer and self-proclaimed cellulite expert Erica Nguyen. Erica claims that the current ‘cures’ and ‘miracle creams’ on the market are scams, but promises that her system is both fool proof and clinically proven to eliminate cellulite for good using only natural methods which target the root cause.

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Buyer Reviews

The fact that this ebook has less than a 1% return rate is testament to the fact that people are pretty happy with the results they’re getting from following it. Looking to forums and independent review sites, the common consensus is that this guide is great value for money when compared with some of the creams and pills on the market. That said, despite the relatively low price tag, some people said that although they found the ebook useful, if they had bothered to do some research themselves, all of the information could have been found for free online.

Reviewers enjoyed the fact that Erica starts her guide by explaining exactly what cellulite is, and busting a few myths about what it is not. Erica explains that cellulite is just like regular fat, and the dimples on the skin surface are nothing to do with these so called ‘toxins’ we hear about in advertising. Once reviewers understood exactly what they were dealing with, it was easier to understand the treatments and remedies that Erica advocates in her ebook. Despite the fact that the majority of Erica’s guide is very informative, some independent reviewers did pick up on a few porkies in the sales pitch, such as the fact that skin on the thigh and bottom area is ‘thinner’ than on the stomach.

The main positive of this ebook is that Erica only advocates natural remedies and cures. This was a relief for many, who did not want to spend money on expensive treatments. The guide was therefore a blueprint for life that they could follow to keep cellulite at bay. Many commented that this guide is very user friendly. Erica emphasises that you don’t need to start dieting or doing extensive cardio to achieve results and instead focuses on changing bad habits rather than eliminating them altogether. Reviewers found the food substitution section particularly useful and enjoyed the fact that the exercises could be done whilst watching TV. This guide is ideal for anyone with a busy schedule.

Is it a scam?

Several online searches brought up nothing on the elusive Erica Nguyen, other than linking her name to reviews and articles on The Official Cellulite Cure/Cellulite: The Natural Cure. Her claims that she is known as the ‘cellulite guru’ of California and has helped models and celebrities beat cellulite therefore seem less credible and the only photo I could find of her is the promotional image on the official website. It’s not impossible that Erica does exist (maybe she’s media shy!) but obviously not being able to find much information about her on the web does call into question her credentials on writing on this topic.

That said, it is not unusual for qualified experts to write under a pseudonym and apart from a couple of porkies in the sales pitch, the basis of the guide is backed up scientifically. Erica rightly states that the main causes of cellulite are genetics, hormones, a sedentary lifestyle, diet and lack of exercise. Yet she then goes on to say that her guide will not require people to diet, lose weight or partake in excessive cardio. Whilst the ebooks program does seem to get results, there is no substitute for a complete lifestyle overhaul of regular exercise and a healthy diet. Erica seems to concentrate on attracting a certain type of person who wants a miracle result, and therefore is happy to do just a couple of minutes exercise a day, but most doctors, including the NHS website, will advise that as cellulite is due to fatty deposits below the skin, losing weight through healthy eating and exercise is often the best remedy.

If you’re looking for a miracle cure for cellulite you won’t find it here. This guide is a good place to start but you may wish to start thinking about more of an aggressive approach if you seriously wish to eliminate your cellulite. It’s likely you’ll see results with this guide but depending on the severity of your cellulite, it’s unlikely that 2 minutes of exercise a day in front of the TV is going to do that much.

Where to Buy and Download

In order to qualify for the 60 day money back guarantee, you must purchase The Official Cellulite Cure/Cellulite: The Natural Cure from the official website.

What’s included?

• Cellulite: The Natural Cure. This downloadable guide claims to help you reduce your cellulite in 8 weeks without the need for dieting or cardio.
• A Printable Schedule. Containing information on what you need to do and when in order to reach your goal.
• Three Cellulite Melting Routines. Erica promises you can spend just a couple of minutes a day to do these targeted exercises.

You will also receive three bonuses:

1. Moles, Warts & Skin Tags No More! Natural remedies for eliminating skin abnormalities.
2. Ageless. An ebook which claims to reverse the aging process of your skin in just 3 days.
3. The Metabolism Bible. A guide which promises to help you improve your metabolism so you lose weight and burn fat quicker without having to starve yourself.

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