A Sauna In Your Pants: Delfin Spa Capris Will Make You Sweat Away Cellulite
Cellulite plagues many of us. Darn you subcutaneous fat causing dimpling of the skin! Creams, wraps and other products claim to remove cellulite, but one product in particular seems to be working. If you're looking to tone your legs or get cellulite off your booty, Delfin Spa Bio Ceramic Anti-Cellulite Capris could be the way to go.
Delfin uses "bio-ceramic" material to make these capris. The inside layer is constructed with polyester and the ceramic material, followed by neoprene and then nylon. When your body gives off heat, the bio-ceramic layer reflects it back towards your skin. The additional heat keeps muscles warm to prevent injury while working out. It also increases perspiration to flush out nasty toxins and reduce water retention. When worn with Delfin's anti-cellulite cream, the heat goes even farther into the subcutaneous skin layers to fight off cellulite. These pants are going to boost your calorie burning and blood flow. Yeah for science!
You can either wear Delfin Capris when you work out or as you do daily activities. I actually bought these to see how they worked. I wore them all day. I did laundry, washed dishes and grabbed coffee with a friend. At the end of the day, my legs were sweaty! I can only imagine how well they work if you went for a run or hit up the gym. The product has tons of reviews on Amazon, and almost all are positive.
One big concern is the smell. Yes, they do have a strong odor when you remove the Delfin Bio-Ceramic Capris from the bag, but if you hand wash them and let them air out, the smell dissipates. I also thought they fit a little awkward around the crotch, but the fit will depend on your body size and shape. Overall, the internet has led me to believe that these spa capris work, and when has the internet ever lied to me?
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