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Cellulite has become a scary word in today's culture. With so many women seeking to cure cellulite, a very large and lucrative market emerged to sell women the latest magic pill, contraption, cream, or exercise that promises to cure cellulite. But, much of the information out there is at best inflated and overstated, and the magic offerings will not cure cellulite. The most effective are some types of rollers spas use to achieve results in cellulite reduction. If you exercise with Rejuv as we indicate in the Instructional Video, you will also achieve good results in cellulite reduction.
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THANKS FOR DROPPING BY! Before you surf our Website, you may want to answer one or all of these questions: Is cellulite the nigtmare of your life? Have you already spent considerable amounts of money on treatments, but as days go by your cellulite gets worse? Are you frightened to look at yourself in the mirror, because of the upsetting look of your buttocks and thighs? Do you want to get rid of the saddlebags that dangle around your hips? If you answer YES to any of these questions, allow us to introduce you to our massage device, branded as Rejuv. Make Rejuv your companion to gain back your confidence and show off your cellulite-reduced tummy, buttocks and thighs. The medical community recommends Rejuv for cellulite reduction, which is why the Reps of Polyroller call it "Dr. Cellulite."
KEEP IN MIND! The intent in exercising with Rejuv is to achieve good results in massage therapy, not to substitute any weight loss or diet program. For greater results, consider a combination of Rejuv exercising and strengthening workout. Take into account that burning fat cells depends on the activity you perform, duration of sessions, the intensity and frequency you exercise at, and your current weight. You should exercise with Rejuv, as we indicate in the Instructional Video, three or four times a week for at least 20 minutes a day, for minimum 14 weeks. But, you can always perform more. Exercise five to seven days a week for 20 to 35 minutes a day. If your muscles are tight or tired, rest for 24 hours before exercising, again. Eat a balanced diet, and lose weight, if you need to.