"Fasciologist" Ashley Black created the FasciaBlaster as a way to rid the body of unwanted fat. When one looks up "fasciology" on a scientific search engine, nothing comes up! However, the anecdotal reports from users of the FasciaBlaster's effectiveness on the internet and social media are abundant. While fasciology, the study of the skin's connective tissue might not exist as a true science, it appears that physically kneading the skin externally may help break up the fatty tissue presenting as cellulite. Here is what you should know about FasciaBlaster:
As a SkinVestment, if you are interested in trying a non-surgical approach to minimize cellulite, consider FasciaBlaster. It seems to actually cause fatty tissue breakdown through kneading the skin but comes with bruises. Physiologically, this appears rational and plausible. Whether it serves as a holistic tool to improve overall physical health related to muscle, nerve, joint, and circulatory function is questionable. There are several devices ranging from $20 for the Nugget to the standard device at $89. The Ashley Black Company also sells more expensive product packages with DVDs that focus on other aspects of "fasciology" beyond cellulite reduction and consider these resources to learn more if money is no object.