A Cream For Everything, And Liposuction In Its Place
Topical creams and treatments are a popular way to do many things to our bodies, normally safely, but rarely effectively. While most creams do a minimal amount of good over a long period of time, most have almost no lasting effect on any part of our bodies. But still we turn to them for everything, from male enhancement to reducing cellulite, looking younger to feeling better about our fingernails! Much like plastic surgery, topical creams are a fad that can be costly with few lasting results.
There is no cure-all topical cream to help you lose weight fast, but used in cooperation with an effective diet and exercise plan, they can help you feel better about your body. Some do actually help smooth fine lines and wrinkles for a short period of time with regular use, and others can help minimize the appearance of cellulite in the rear and thigh areas.
Dozens of experts agree that using a topical cream for a “facelift in a bottle,” automatic breast lift, or magic eyelift is ludicrous. Many of these can only be achieved with surgery, which still can only offer results that last for a specific amount of time. No matter how many plastic surgeries we have, nothing truly halts the aging process and a tummy tuck may only make you feel younger until you gain the weight back.
No matter what online or television advertisement offers rapid weight loss without the need of diet and/or exercise, do not believe it. Instead of getting information from places that really only desire to make a few dollars at your expense, turn to the experts at your healthcare professional’s office. If you can’t afford a trip to the doctor, talk to a pharmacist. At the least, they can point you in the right direction and away from a waste of time and/or money.
Choosing how to lose weight is a major decision, and one that can affect the rest of your life. Make a wise and informed decision after weighing the pros and cons of anything your doctor offers, and do not be afraid to seek another opinion if you are unsure of something he/she tells you. Expensive does not always equal results, and, in our economy, the best choice is most often the simplest (and cheapest sometimes) one.