New Jan Marini Product – CelluliTX
As we get older, many of us start to develop dimpled, lumpy areas from cellulite usually near the buttocks and thighs.
In fact, up to 90% of women will experience cellulite at some point in their lives, and its uneven appearance can make many uncomfortable with the way they look.
Jan Marini has introduced a breakthrough product designed to target and reduce cellulite. Jan Marini’s CelluliTx is a topical cream that features 11 scientifically-backed ingredients to help minimize the appearance of dimples due to cellulite.
Cellulite can have a significant effect on a person’s quality of life – impacting confidence, activity choices, clothing and more.
Cellulite is not directly related to age, weight or fitness but weight and age do increase the likelihood of occurrence. It is not uncommon for young, athletic women to also have cellulite.
Formulated with 11 key ingredients synergistically combined to dynamically target the appearance of cellulite:
Nelumbo Nucifera (Sacred Lotus) Flower Extract – Reduces inflammation and enhancse the fiber architecture of the skin
Caffeine – Stimulates fat cell degradation (lipolysis) while preventing the accumulation of new fat cells in the skin. Additionally increasse circulation and decreases water retention
Aminophylline, L-Carnitine, & Theophylline– Shown to help reduce inflammation and enhance the fiber architecture of the skin.
Retinol – Increases collagen production to improve skin structure and hide the appearance of dimpling fat
Tripeptide-41 – Increases lipolysis and inhibit lipid synthesis (fat mobilization)
Glaucine – Rreduces water retention and inflammation.
Acetyl Decapeptide-3 – Enhancse fibroblast and keratinocyte proliferation with increased collagen and elastin synthesis. This helps firm the skin and increase elasticity for less dimpling appearance
Capsaicin – Shown to have an anti-inflammatory affect on the skin while also working to increase blood flow
Brassica Alba (Mustard) Sprout Extract– Improves circulation and reduce water retention while increasing fat metabolization