Despite being repeatedly told that no cream or lotion can effectively and permanently rid us of the dreaded cellulite, especially on problem areas such as the tummy, derriere and thighs, products like these continue to be massively popular. One such cream is FatGirlSlim from Bliss
, an anti-cellulite cream that is said to work wonders if applied constantly and as per instructions.
The main ingredient of FatGirlSlim is, as is the case with most creams of this kind, caffeine. The cream must be applied twice every day, and rubbed into the skin vigorously for about 20-30 minutes. Within a couple of weeks, consumers are to see the first visible results, it is being said: less of the orange peel skin and even fewer stretch marks, some reviewers claim. The only downside is, they say, that once the treatment is stopped, its effects disappear in a few days.
“This advanced-technology adipose antagonist (which, in layman’s terms, means it visibly diminishes those dastardly dimples) features QuSome-encapsulated caffeine molecules for quick and targeted delivery of the skin-slimming stuff of choice of supermodels, spokespeople and other celebs.” Bliss says on the official webpage of the product. QuSome is Bliss’ proprietary delivery enhancer that helps penetration into the skin.
The cream’s claim is that, by containing coffee molecules, it can actually heat up the skin and the fat under it, helping the body metabolize it faster. This means that, practically, in two weeks or so, cellulite should be considerably reduced and dimples should be less visible. The cream has a minty smell as well, which makes it very reinvigorating and hydrating, and a texture that makes it stand miles apart from similar products, which are either too milky or too foamy to penetrate the skin properly.
As many women remain skeptic about the product, most claim that FatGirlSlim does what it says it does. In fact, reviewers claim, if you couple the anti-cellulite cream with a healthier diet and plenty of exercise, the results are positively breathtaking – and only in a matter of two, perhaps three weeks at the most. Sephora
reviewers give FatGirlSlim a 3.7 out of 5 rating. The anti-cellulite cream is priced at $29, for a 6-oz jar.