Monday, October 20, 2014

Cellulite Defense Gel-Cream Review

Cellulite Defense Gel-Cream Review

This is a very unique cellulite gel. It has a sand-like color and menthol-like scent. The texture is a strange gel. It takes a little work to get out of the jar since the texture is a little slimy and doesn't want to stay on your fingers. 

I keep it in my shower and apply it after finishing up and drying off. 
I usually am finishing off my morning or evening routine as I let it dry. It has a menthol/cooling feel on the skin. I apply this to my thighs, abdomen and arms. That cooling sensation makes me feel so good, as if my fat is melting away. I know it is not melting, but I can imagine :) 








If you are looking for a cellulite product that will give you that cooling sensation then I think this might be the one you may want to try out. I have not had any reactions to it and am quite happy with it. 
The only thing i would suggest, would be a different type of packaging. A tube would make it easier to apply.






Product Description
Combat cellulite with our unique Caffeine + Retinol + Seaweed formula. This gel-cream has a strong caffeine content with the optimum level of retinol (0.4%), as recommended by experts. For good measure, we’ve also added potent natural and organic ingredients such as algae extract, kelp, coconut oil, japanese green tea leaf extract and cayenne. Like all our products, it is free from harsh chemicals such as parabens, sulfates and phthalates.

The gel-cream consistency is designed to spread over large areas and it absorbs quickly into your skin. The cream is infused with a refreshing 100% natural ‘mint - green tea - lime’ fragrance, that barely leaves a trace once fully absorbed.

In a nutshell, Body Merry’s Cellulite Defense Gel-Cream is your ticket to visibly reducing the appearance of unwanted bumps and lumps and getting skin that feels and looks tighter, smoother and younger!





 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.