Monday, April 13, 2009

Adonia LegTone Serum Melts Cellulite in Just 9 Minutes

Miracle cream might actually work, reports have it

Green Island Labs has come up with a wonder cream that, once applied to the parts more prone to the unsightly orange peel skin, such as the legs, thighs, abdomen and even arms, makes cellulite simply vanish in just nine minutes. Priced at almost $100 (£68) a bottle, Adonia is already available in the US and will go on sale in the UK in the coming days, which is why it has made British scientists see whether it could really work as promised. Initial tests show that it might.

With such a high price tag and given the fact that it has been repeatedly scientifically proven that anti-cellulite creams simply don’t work – to put it in as few words as possible – British scientists were amazed and somehow shocked when Green Island Labs announced it had found the perfect recipe for the perfect cream that could melt cellulite away.

Testing done over in the US by the company sure seems to point that the claim is valid, but, so far, nothing specific has yet been made public. At the same time, women who have tried the serum vouch that it actually works, as long as you’re not expecting a miracle to happen.

“Most cellulite creams are not clinically proven and have little or no benefit, leaving most women frustrated to say the least. Most companies simply are not targeting the cause – but the secret has finally been discovered and captured in a bottle. Now we’re not saying that a healthy diet and lashings of water, combined with a regular exercise regime, won’t help to keep cellulite levels down – but sometimes a girl just needs a little extra help.” Dr. Mark Binette, chief executive at Green Island Labs, says of the “miracle anti-cellulite cream.”

Adonia is made of plant stem cells from natural plant embryos, mixed with 23 plant oils (ginger oil, rosemary oil and lemon peel oil). Plant stem cells “help to re-awaken and reactivate dormant or less active skin stem cells back to the levels they were in your 20s,” the company adds. British scientists are still skeptic though, with some of them calling this pseudo-science “total gibberish,” while others are asking the company to come forward with the figures of the tests and the standards to which they have been compared.

With all that, women who have tested the cream maintain that it actually works, and that the more superficial layers of cellulite disappear, making the skin smooth again, as the Daily Mail informs. It’s not a miracle as promised (Green Island Labs claims women will notice a 47% improvement in 9 minutes, and a 70% one with long term use), nonetheless it’s a step forward.


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