This anti-cellulite massage oil 'really works,' say Amazon shoppers — and it's 60% off

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This anti-cellulite oil is marked down right now! (Photo: Amazon) (Photo: Amazon)

Cellulite is one of those gray areas of health. Technically, it's not harmful and, if it's not bothering you, you're fine to just keep on going about your life with cellulite.

But not everyone is OK with having cellulite, and some people want to do their best to get rid of it ASAP, if not sooner. If that describes you, there are a few things to know.

First, cellulite is often driven by genetics, Dr. Gary Goldenberg, assistant clinical professor of dermatology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, tells Yahoo Life. So, if your mom and grandmother have cellulite, the odds are pretty high that you'll be dealing with it at some point, too.

Also, "cellulite can develop spontaneously or after weight gain or weight loss," Goldenberg says. If you have cellulite, Dr. Goldenberg says that there are some treatments your dermatologist can do, including microneedling and laser treatments. Keep in mind, though, that "each 'dimple' has to be treated individually," Goldenberg says.

Want to take matters into your own hands before visiting your dermatologist? Amazon's bestselling massage oil is on sale for $19, marked down from $50! It's called the M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil, and it has more than 38,000 five-star reviews. You can get it shipped to you for free, if you have Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

$19 $50 at Amazon

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More than 38,000 reviewers swear by the oil. (Photo: Amazon) (Photo: Amazon)

The oil works to help moisturize and tighten your skin, and makers of the oil even claim it can help remove cellulite from your hips, abdomen, thighs and butt. It's infused with collagen and stem cells to help plump up your skin.

M3 Naturals is loaded with essential oils like grape seed, eucalyptus and citrus, along with antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients to help soothe your skin, while making it look smooth and supple.

To use it, massage the oil into your damp skin after you take a shower until it's absorbed. That's it!

Sure, it's always hard to get your head around the idea that a cream or oil will help reduce cellulite, but people swear by this anti-cellulite oil.

"Every time I get out of the shower, I massage it in with my hands first, then I use a massage tool to really work it in my legs," a five-star fan wrote in the reviews. "I'm so happy with the way my legs look now! I took before and after pics to see if it really works and YES! It really works!!!" Another user said that they "definitely see a change" in their thighs and upper arms after using the oil.

"Wow. I did not expect this to work at all, and then a week after using it once a day, I looked in the mirror, and the cellulite was gone!" a happy customer said. "I've spent tons on products over the years and had taken a hiatus of probably 10 years from cellulite reducing products, but something made me try this. I'm so glad I did."

While a trip to your dermatologist is one way to tackle cellulite, you can also take the advice of 38,000 people and give this $19 massage oil a try.

$19 $50 at Amazon

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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