Finally, the two weeks are are over and it’s time to share how did it go with Lierac Body Slim Destock Nuit – Night-Time Intensive Body-Contouring Concentrate.
First, I’m proud to say that after a very rough week, I managed to keep my deadline for publishing the second part of this review (Hooray! :D).
Second, if you have no idea what I’m talking about, just spend a few minutes on the first part of the article 2 Weeks with Lierac Body Slim Destock Nuit | Part 1 (here you can also read about other useful tip on dealing with cellulite and healthy living).
As you know from Part One, this is the night anti-cellulite serum by Lierac and it has three main functions:
1. Treating deep cellulite
2. Fat-storage reduction
3. Prevention against forming new adipocytes (fatty cells)
In a nutshell, this product contours, polishes and makes the skin firmer by applying it to the problem areas just before going to bed.
I’ll just enumerate some additional factors and processes that might have influenced the result during the test period (I’ll never stop nagging that there are no Wonder Creams!):
- I’ve been combating cellulite, loose skin and stretch-marks after a major weight-loss (-70 kg.)
- I’ve tried a huge number of anti-cellulite and skin-firming products
- I work out intensively (mostly fitness)
- I try to maintain a healthy diet and drink enough water
- I strictly followed the application instructions
- I stopped using any other similar products during the test period
- Anti-cellulite are cosmetic assistants, NOT a magic potion
- There are no Wonder Products
Quantity: At first the bottle seemed a bit small (although it’s the usual 200 ml.) and was not sure if it will last for two weeks, but fortunately for me – it did. Given that I have applied it to arms, belly, hips, waist and big B! :D, it was perfectly enough. In fact I still have some left for a few more days.
Consistency and colour: It is a serum, not a cream, meaning that it’s more gentle and thin, which I presume is easier to absorb by the skin. It is peachy/beige-like (not sure if it shows well in the photo).
Absorption: my first impression hasn’t changed, it absorbs quite fast, the skin gets soft and delicate, and the thin oily film is still there in the morning. So you generally wake up soft and comfortable in your own skin.
Fragrance: I still love the fragrance, rather I’m afraid I have gotten addicted to it :D.
Measurements: There is a difference of almost a centimeter in some areas (but mind you, that I have been working out for two weeks as well and as a result lost another kilo). Combine that with maintaining a healthy diet and it’s hard to say how much of it was done by the serum.
My skin after 14 days: it is very soft (just like the first time I applied the serum), it feels hydrated and elastic, it sure feels much smoother.
Conclusion: I’m happy with this product, it was a pleasure to use. I’d buy that again (probably in wintertime though).
This was it, I hope it was interesting and most of all useful.
Wishing you a great weekend,
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