Because I didn’t actually think this stuff works but these three are pretty bomb…
Truthfully, I don’t really have cellulite. I know I’m an asshole for saying it, but it’s true and I pretty much blame genetics so don’t think I do anything special to prevent it from forming- pure luck, I tell you. The one spot my skin is slightly ripply is right in the saddlebag area; you know that spot right where your hips meet your upper thighs? Yup, a few small ripples that have grown increasingly annoying to me, which is why I decided to test out a few cellulite creams to see what’s what. Like I said, I never actually believed the hype but I saw decent results from these three. Of course, none of these are going to be miracle workers but if you’re looking for slight improvement than I say go for it.
Soap & Glory Sit Tight Super Intense 4-D Skin Firming and Smoothing Serum: This one tingles. A Lot. And I kinda love it. The brand calls it “super intenese” since it was developed with slow-release micro-encapsulated ingredients that optimize while you sit. Yep, that’s right, it works while you sit and it doesn’t get any better than that. The results: I noticed the small area was definitely tighter in about three weeks and I was happy about it.
Bliss Fat Girl Slim Hide & Glow Sleek: I was nervous about this one since it’s a spray but it ended up being pretty awesome. I looove that it’s tinted (since I’m super pale, duh, and there are two shades) and it gave my skin a really luminous glow all over. This version (that uses caffeine and peptides to tighten) is definitely more than just a cellulite spray BECAUSE of the instant glow and I noticed my skin also felt smoother after I used it as well, which was a cool bonus.
Dr. Brandt Cellusculpt: Probably the most intimidating of the three for me because of those metal balls (!), but, admittedly, this one felt the nicest and almost massage-like when applying. I 100% saw an increase in firmness on my left thigh from this and, like I said, it feels cool.
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