The are plenty of updates going on in the world of getting rid of cellulite and stretching fascia in 2017. Ever since Kim Kardashian’s bikini photos from Mexico hit the web in April, there’s been a lot of talk about Kim’s beach cellulite online. Whereas Kardashian being body-shamed was deemed unfair by Kim’s fans, that hasn’t stopped Googlers from searching aplenty about how to get rid of cellulite and fat in the most effective manner.
According to Google Trends, the latest searches coming into their search engine feature plenty of queries about “anti-cellulite cup reviews” and “Kim Kardashian beach cellulite” searches. As seen in the below cellulite cup review video, the cellulite vacuum cup is one that’s being touted online as an anti-cellulite vacuum cup that can be used with oil and suctioned across the body to help reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Google also reports that The Cellulite Myth, a book by Ashley Black, is a popular search trend. Instead of using a cellulite suction cup or anti-cellulite vacuum cups, “Ashley Black Guru” — as she is known online — has thousands of followers on Instagram and nearly 300,000 Fascia Blasters on Facebook who sing the praises of Black’s Fascia Blaster to help do away with cellulite and feel more confident in bikinis.
Warning: The below video contains language that could be offensive.
Whereas the so-called anti-cellulite vacuum cups are priced at around $3 to $12 or more on Amazon, and some of them are also receiving rave reviews, Ashley’s Fascia Blaster tools are priced from around $20 to $99 right now.
However, there’s also some backlash brewing in Fascia Blasting Land, with arguments over the sources of cellulite photos, and before-and-after pics showing greatly reduced cellulite. As reported by BuzzFeed, some women complained that they suffered injuries from blasting their fascia. Ashley urged women to note the difference between injuries and symptoms, which Black claims her company has received no medical proof has happened.
The closed Facebook group titled FasciaBlaster Negative Effects. Info and Negative Reviews is rife with accusations about the source of improved before-and-after cellulite photos.
Meanwhile, as the buzz about cellulite cups continues, so does the back-and-forth about the most effective way to get rid of cellulite – be it via a cup, the Fascia Blaster, or some combination of both. What most folks know in the midst of the drama is that as Kardashian’s cellulite photos continue to go viral, cellulite cupping remains on their radar.
Whether or not cupping for cellulite works, the Ashley Black Guru YouTube channel keeps updating folks on Black’s passion for fasciology, the “blasting sisters” keep blasting their fascia, and those that say they’ve experienced problems or promised results with such tools keep sharing their experiences online.
Share your thoughts below about blasting your fascia or using cupping for cellulite below in the comments section.
I know some people have a hard time being happy with what they're born with, or maybe I shouldn't even bring up what I think about this pic. I just have a hard time understanding the reason for modifying your body to look like this? And the impact it has on our culture, because the majority of the women wanna be followers and have a behind just like this! I just posted this picture because no matter what- you going to have to learn to live, with or without work to your body. Word, I think we should worry about the genetically modified foods we're eating instead of modifying our bodies. #justmyopinion and it really #dontcount if it brings you peace #nevermindme #imnotajudge
Meanwhile, Kardashian is winning praise for looking trimmer in recent photos.
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