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The term cellulite was penned in the 1960s, from the French word cellule or ‘small cell.’ Leave it to the French to put a name to what most women (or like 99%) experience at some point in their lives. The prevalence of these estrogen-related lumps and bumps makes them no less frustrating. Thereâ€™s no shortage of purported solutionsâ€”ranging from creams and lotions to office-based treatmentsâ€”but none have proven to be a â€œmagic bulletâ€ that improves the appearance of cellulite for the long-term.
Based on the proven effectiveness of its muscle-sculpting sibling, EmSculpt, the launch of BTLâ€™s Emtone is poised to change the cellulite game. According to Mia
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I think itâ€™s safe to say that everyone has a particular part of their body that they reallyÂ obsess about. (And if you donâ€™t, more power to you.) It could be your nose, thighs or any other perceived flaw that wonâ€™t fix itself, and thatâ€™s why many of us turn to dermatologists or plastic surgeons to fix them. In my case, itâ€™s my stomachâ€”and my insecurities started well before I had an 8.5-pound baby and tipped the scale at 200 pounds before giving birth to my one and only son just about 11 years ago. I never took action until four years ago when I tried Ultrashape, one of the first non-invasive fat-reducing treatments. Iâ€™d like to say it worke