We’ve written about coffee ground products like Gail’s DIY Coffee Scrub or isola Jamaican Coffee & Sugar Scrub, that are said to help minimize the appearance of cellulite due to the caffeine. Now there is another product system that helps to target cellulite while you also lose weight. It’s from Delfin Spa and the system is their Bio Ceramic shorts used in conjunction with their Anti-Cellulite cream.
Since I have both weight I need to lose and plenty of cellulite, I decided to give the shorts and cream a try.
In a nutshell, the way the Bio Ceramic lined neoprene shorts work is to contain your body heat while you work out. The result is targeting the areas where the shorts cover (for me that was slightly above my belly button down to my knees–basically where the majority of my cellulite is) to create an evenly distributed heat source that helps you to sweat out more toxins and aid in weight loss. I’ve seen friends in the fitness industry wrap their abs with plastic wrap to generate the same effect, but the Delphin Spa Bio Ceramic Shorts are a lot more attractive and a lot less messy.
Prior to putting on the Bio Ceramic Shorts, you apply Delphin Spa’s Anti-Cellulite Cream which is comprised of algae, green tea, and caffeine; all know to help tighten skin and visibly reduce the appearance of cellulite. The cream is thin in texture and has a nice, fresh scent. It’s not greasy and quickly absorbs into skin.
Just for the record, you can never get rid of cellulite. However, products, such as what Delphin Spa offers, can help you to minimize the appearance of it.
Applying the Anti-Cellulite Cream in conjunction to wearing the shorts is supposed to help deliver the cream deeper into the layers of your skin as the heat is generated. Although I’m unclear how you sweat out toxins but the cream delves into the skin at the same time. Wouldn’t everything be sweated out?
I’m not a skin care expert, so if you know the science to how that works, do leave a comment.
The shorts are comfortable and I wore them with just a t-shirt rather than wearing any other workout gear over the shorts (which look and feel like dive suit material.) They conformed to my body and didn’t really need to be adjusted, however, I was only using the treadmill so I’m unsure if a more rigorous workout would cause any shifting. A bit into my workout it did feel a bit warmer in the area covered by the shorts, and once I was done exercising and removed the shorts, I did not realize how much I had actually been sweating. It’s not that noticeable when the shorts are on, which is great to remain comfortable wearing them for a long amount of time, but I was amazed at how much I had been sweating once they are taken off.
I did notice that my skin was a lot softer and did have a smoother appearance each time I used the shorts and cream. The cellulite was not banished altogether, simply minimized in their appearance. Of course, if you don’t consistently use the Delphin Spa shorts and cream, the look of your cellulite will return to the way it looked before.
Have you tried this cellulite reduction system from Delfin Spa?
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