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Dr. Oz releases cellulite gel product

Dr. Oz's Secret Weapons to Fight Cellulite is Contouring Gel with Aminophyllineis specially designed for men and women to target problem areas that are resistant to fitness and dieting efforts. In a study, result from UCLA School of Medicine concluded that local fat reduction from the thigh could be safely accomplished.

Dr. Oz's Secret Weapons to Fight Cellulite aired on Wednesday May 11, 2011.  Doctor Oz is waging a war against cellulite by teaching, how to fight lumps, bumps and dimples with incredible Cellulite Remedies, includingContouring Gel with Aminophylline.

Contouring Gel with Aminophyllineis specially designed for men and women to target problem areas that are resistant to fitness and dieting efforts. Contouring Gel can be used on the stomach, buttocks, thighs, arms, or anywhere needed to help in reducing fat in troublesome areas. The potent active ingredients in Contouring Gel are quickly shuttled into the fat cells where they may begin to work on reducing the appearance of stubborn fat and cellulite.*

In a study at UCLA School of Medicine, Twenty-eight women applied cream to one thigh daily for four weeks: The treated thighs lost significantly more girth after treatment. No adverse reactions were attributable to the cream. It is concluded that local fat reduction from the thigh can be safely accomplished.

Apply Contouring Gel to the glutes, abs, thighs, biceps and triceps—preferably 30 minutes prior to exercise. It usually takes about ten to twelve days of use to see desired results, but people should see a noticeable difference literally overnight.

Available at www.ReinventYourLook.com

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