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Ashley Black Explains Success Of Her Cellulite-Busting Fascia Product [Video]

Expect to see entrepreneurs like Ashley Black show up on a show like Shark Tank before long. With nearly 1 million views on Black’s YouTube channel and counting for all of her videos, the popularity of Ashley’s fascia-blasting tool can be explained by the latest videos, which explain how the cellulite-breaking tool is on back-order from China. As reported by The Inquisitr, more focus has been placed lately on fascia and myofascial release techniques, such as those seen in Gwyneth’s Paltrow’s Goop website, which sang the praises of foam rolling.

Black’s tool, however, promises to go deeper than regular foam rollers, and as such Ashley explains why her tool is on backorder in the below video.

As seen on LinkedIn, Black is a business owner whose own health issues led her to create the tool that goes well beyond improving the appearance of what some mistake for cellulite, but is really bound up fascia.

“After flesh-eating bacteria entered Ashley Black’s bone system 15 years ago, a story began unfolding. Finding treatment options limited, Ashley began studying the human body, uncovering new systems virtually unexplored in modern healthcare, fitness, sports and beauty.”

“She established Ashley Black’s FasciAnatomy™, the mission of which is to educate the world on fascia, which holds the potential to change society’s understanding of anatomy and physiology. Improving fascia changes lives and helps everyday people enjoy unprecedented levels of health, vitality and beauty.”

“As the leading expert on fascia, Ashley has pioneered every aspect of the field. Her client roster includes A-list celebs; top-ten athletes in major sports, royals, billionaires, supermodels and worldwide influencers.”

“Ashley is launching knowledge and physical products to bring the benefits of Fascia science and FasciaAnatomy™ to the general public; including the FasciaBlaster™, a self-treating tool anyone can use to loosen fascia and improve overall health.”

Ashley openly informs her buyers that expanding the shipping of her product, which experiences a $12 flat rate of shipping in America, comes with it unknown factors. Black spoke of how her company accounted for a certain amount of growth, but in no way did they anticipate the popularity of the tools to surge in the manner that they have.

Black joked with her FasciaBlaster users — who come together on Facebook in a group to describe their experiences — not to inbox her about any final little spots that don’t get blasted away, unless they ensure they are using the tool after heating themselves in some manner first. Ashley made sure to let her followers know that she was only joking, and would continue to provide as much feedback as needed.

Literally being able to purchase a successful cellulite-busting product for only $89 has caused Black’s product to soar through the roof in sales, Ashley reports in the above video. The growth curve exploded into an exponential growth well beyond the 100 percent growth planned for the Christmas season. In actuality, Ashley said that the product experienced a 400 to 500 percent growth rate.

Black and her employee explained that the Chinese New Year affected their production schedule, with 8,000 new blasters heading on the way to America — with 8,000 more to be made each week. As the actual physical engineer and designer of the product that blasts fascia, Ashley provides plenty of YouTube videos to keep in constant communication with her customers.

Additional products that go along with the FasciaBlaster are discussed in the videos on Black’s popular YouTube channel.

On Twitter, a search for fascia shows just how popular the connective tissue issue has become, and how much fascia is being understood as an integral portion of the human anatomy, just like bones and muscles.

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