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Dr. Lionel Bissoon has pioneered the use of Mesotherapy in the U.S. to combat cellulite. He recently published The Cellulite Cure which describes his research and is full of case studies, before-and-after photos and straightforward advice. He has helped thousands of women experience cellulite-free legs and buttocks. His website is www.cellulite.md

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Summer & The Dreaded White Pants!
posted @ 12:30pm ET on June 3, 2008 Summer weather is finally here! The arrival of summer signifies it’s time to shed those layers of heavy clothing. Fashion dictates, that after ...
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