Product: Cellulite Cream
I don’t care who you are or how skinny you may be, everyone has some cellulite and if you don’t I officially hate you. As long as I can remember I have had a small problem with cellulite on my booty area (I hate typing the word ‘butt’ for some reason). When I was running everyday it got a lot better but alas I stopped and it’s back to its old self.
If there is something as easy as a cream to improve this I’m all for it. This cream is Formulated to work both on the surface and in-depth, this revolutionary treatment performance can be seen with the naked eye within 2-3 weeks. This body cream has been especially formulated for the arms, hips, thighs, and buttocks to visibly reduce stubborn unwanted cellulite while smoothing, firming, and redefining.
This is the only formula that is fully packed with the active ingredients: Caffeine and Retinol.
- Caffeine: Helps to minimize even the most persistent cellulite. Reduces water retention and fat cell clusters, while improving circulation and overall appearance of the skin.
- Retinol: Activates skin’s regeneration response by promoting exfoliation and providing simultaneous hydration and collagen
- RoseHip Seed Oil and Lactic Acid boost this formula to help you optimize your fitness efforts toward a firmer and sexier complexion.
I have been using it on my booty and upper thighs. It just feels like a lotion when you put it on. The first time I used it I didn’t feel anything. Although the second time I used it I started to feel a tingling sensation shortly after. It does take a while to absorb I’ve noticed so I can’t put any clothes on right away or I try to wear loose-fitting pants.
It’s been a little over two weeks since I started using it every night. Sorry you don’t any before and after photos of my tuckus, which I know you are very sad about. I have noticed a little difference although nothing huge. I will continue to use it since I’m still pretty early in the process.
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