Do MBT Shoes Work On Cellulite?

Judging by the enormous popularity they’ve achieved over the last few years, just by word of mouth, without a national advertising campaign and with sales doubling each year, the obvious conclusion would be that MBT sneakers do what they promise to do.

But let’s go deeper to really understand why.

Just from looking at MBT sneaker, you get the feeling that they’re downright uncomfortable. And ugly. You have every reason in the world to think that. You are right!

However, there is a good reason for it. MBT sneakers and sandals are supposed to simulate walking barefoot on soft, natural terrain, thereby engaging and shaping neglected muscles in the buttocks, the rear thighs, and stomach.

The idea is that just wearing them for a couple of days makes you walk with a lot more effort, which in turns makes you burn more fats and also improve your posture.

This helps reduce cellulite, but it’s obvious that it cannot all be done in just a couple of days. Maybe with the magic equipment on the Shopping Channel it can be done, but that’s not what Masai Barefoot Technology shoes (MBT sneakers) are set to do.

A New York dermatologist, Dr. Francesca Fusco said that “It isn’t directly affecting the cellulite. It’s affecting the tone of the skin and the muscle, so the area above the cellulite will look better.”

She also said that it’s difficult to assess how effective these shoes are in fighting cellulite, because the women who wear them also engage in other activities that help them get results and stay in a good shape.

The people at The New York Sun interviewed several Manhattan shoppers who declared that they were pleased with the results they got after wearing MBT shoes for several weeks or even months, but they restrained from claiming that that was the only reason for their improvement.

It takes a lot of effort and even pain to get rid of the fat. Unfortunately, most people will do anything to avoid pain and put all their hopes into something that promises a quick fix.

MBT shoes can’t promise a quick fix because, alter all, it’s just walking. But, it will definitely help if you combine them with a good diet and exercise program.

The conclusion is that MBT shoes do work on cellulite, but don’t put all your hopes into it. On their own, the results are minimal. You need to also put in some effort. Good things in life never come easy.

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