Shipping available worldwide - Become a Celluvac stockist! 

How Celluvac can help you - Even before you start using it!

Posted on April 30, 2015 | 0 comments

Eight important things that Celluvac stand for ....... Remember these and apply them to your daily routine:

C.  Is for Circulation
Without proper circulation, cellulite is inevitable. It strikes everyone, all ages, colours and creeds, it even targets men, although it is generally far more common among women.

E.  Is for Elimination
If we don't eliminate our waste effectively we can expect a build up of toxins and deposits throughout our bodies. The obvious signs are headaches, feelings of lethargy, bad skin and low energy. Underlying signs are toxic build ups that line our cells and form those hard to break down deposits that we know as cellulite.

L.  is for Liquids
Considering that the average human body is made up of 60% water, our billions of cells must have water to live. For example a 70kg human being is made up of about 42 litres of total water. 28 litres of this is intracellular water, 10 litres of which is the interstitial fluid (including lymph) which is an aqueous medium surrounding all cells.

A normal person requires a minimum of 8 glasses of water a day to function at optimal levels.

L. Is for the Lymphatic System
The lymphatic system is part of the circulatory system, comprising of a network of lymphatic vessels that carry a clear fluid called lymph*  (* from Latin Lympha meaning water) directly towards the heart.

Unlike the cardiovascular system, the lymphatic system is not a closed system. The human circulatory system processes an average of 20 litres of blood per day through capillary filtration which removes plasma while leaving the blood cells. Roughly 17 litres of the filtered plasma get reabsorbed directly into the blood vessels, while the remaining 3 litres get left behind in the interstitial fluid. One of the main functions of the lymph system is to provide an accessory route for these excess 3 litres per day to get returned to the blood.

Lymph is very similar to blood plasma but contains lymphocytes and other white blood cells. It also contains waste products and debris of cells together with bacteria and protein.

When a lymphatic system is sluggish, these waste products collect and form toxins, these toxins when not dealt form cellulite.

U.  Is for Understanding...

The bodies needs completely, allowing it to function at optimal levels as much as possible. It also stands for knowing how to undo or perform damage control when we have over indulged to return it to the proper balance in the shortest possible time.

V. is for Vegetables

It cannot be over emphasized how important vegetables are in the human diet. Raw vegetables (excluding the starch group) wherever possible are the best choice and are invaluable aids for nourishing and cleansing the entire system and helping to rid the body of toxins.

A. is for a positive Attitude and the Assertiveness...

Necessary to want to make and maintain a lifestyle change that will impact all aspects of your day to day living.

C. is for Celluvac

Like brushing your teeth, make Celluvac a part of your daily routine. Let it not only become an important part of your life but also an essential one!

Remember, it only takes a few minutes a day to get a cellulite free body! Now that is an excellent deal!

Carol Burgers

Continue reading →

5 Yummy Cellulite Busting Smoothies!

Posted on April 27, 2015 | 0 comments

Many women at different ages have cellulite on their legs, buttocks or stomach and one of the best ways to treat cellulite is to opt for fresh ingredients that will help you achieve this seemingly unattainable goal of eliminating and avoiding it at all costs.

Berries, Kiwis and Pineapple will significantly help your body get rid of toxins and cellulite because they have high content of Vitamin C necessary for better circulation and detoxification of the body. This will substantially lead to the production of skin-plumping collagen and elastin, two most important components for smoother skin.

Moreover, all these above mentioned ingredients are natural diuretics and will aid in the removal of harmful substances from the organism so their regular consumption is a must if you want to beat cellulite.

Combine these ingredients with other cellulite-busting foods and you will get the perfect skin you will be proud of.

Below are ingredients for recipes for 5 yummy smoothies to help you get rid of cellulite

All you require is a good blender or smoothie maker and fresh ingredients of course! :)



Recipe 1 - Ingredients:

1 cup pineapple chunks

2 peeled and chopped kiwis

1/3 cup coconut milk


Recipe 2 - Ingredients:

1 cup ripe papaya (Pawpaw)

1/2 cup pineapple chunks

1/2 cup fresh lemon juice


Recipe 3 - Ingredients: 

8 peeled chopped kiwis

1/3 cup fresh lime juice 

1 cup chopped melon

3 tablespoons sunflower seeds


Recipe 4 - Ingredients:

1/2 cup raspberries

1/2 cup blueberries

1/2 cup strawberries

1 peeled and chopped peach 


Recipe 5 - Ingredients: 

3 peeled and chopped kiwis

1/3 cup fresh pomegranate juice

1 cup strawberries

1/2 cup blueberries


Carol Burgers
IAHB/ITEC (Austria) DIP.Reflexology/Shiatsu/Aromatherapy/Massage

Continue reading →

Ten Myths about Cellulite!

Posted on April 20, 2015 | 0 comments

Did you know that cellulite currently affects 90% of the population? This may be a surprising statistic as you may think that only women with a little excess weight will suffer from this issue, yet this is not always the case.


Here are ten myths about cellulite:

Myth #1: Thin women don’t get cellulite

Believe it or not but cellulite is not caused by your body type. Whether you are thin or curvy you could be susceptible to this problem.

Cellulite is caused by sun damage, age and changes in your weight.

Myth #2: Only the old get cellulite

While it is true that as we age our collagen levels drop resulting in a reduction in your skins elasticity. This does not mean that only the old can suffer from cellulite, it can affect all ages.

Myth #3: Miracle creams can reduce cellulite

While there are ‘proven’ creams that can help reduce the appearance of cellulite these are often expensive and only offer a temporary solution.

Myth #4: Cellulite is just excess fat

Cellulite is not caused by excess fat, however as we age or gain weight the protective layer of fat between or skin and muscle weakens causing this dimpled affect.

Myth #5: Men don’t get cellulite

While cellulite is more commonly seen in women, men can still suffer from it.

The reason it is less common in men is that the tissue connecting the skin and muscle is stronger in men, also their testosterone levels help to burn fat, whereas with females, varying oestrogen levels causes a production of fat.

Myth #6: Cardio can help reduce cellulite

While you can use cardio for weight loss, the truth is that it does very little to help reduce the appearance of cellulite.

To remove cellulite you need to do some strength or weight training.

Myth #7: Your clothes can reduce cellulite

This is just rubbish, with those tight clothes designed to reduce its appearance being shown to make it more prominent.

Myth #8: Tanning can reduce cellulite

Tanning may reduce its appearance, but only temporarily. The truth is that tanning could make it develop quicker.

Myth #9: Weight loss could reduce cellulite

For some this may be true, but not necessarily. As mentioned above cellulite is not caused by your overall fat percentage but rather the connecting tissue between your skin and muscles.

If you are a little overweight though, losing a few of those excess pounds will offer other health benefits, while reducing your chances of developing a variety of life-threatening conditions; for example heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

Myth #10: Cellulite can be removed with liposuction

Liposuction is used to remove fat from parts of your body, yet wont help reduce the appearance of cellulite. In fact it may make it appear worse, due to an uneven distribution of fat beneath your skin.

There is one cosmetic solution that could help with your cellulite woes called Cellulaze. A treatment that uses a laser to remove pockets of fat, while increasing the elasticity and thickness  of your skin.

Unfortunately this treatment is extremely expensive  so you may be better off using other methods.



Carol Burgers
IAHB/ITEC (Austria) DIP.Reflexology/Shiatsu/Aromatherapy/Massage

Continue reading →

Scroll to top