Why is it different?
Formulated with Pro-Sveltyl® and Slimexir®, Pureganic Cellulite & Toning Cream is clinically proven to combat cellulite, a degenerative condition of the body's adipose (fatty) tissue, which occur in specific areas such as the hips, thighs, and buttocks. High estrogen levels and thin connective fat-tissue are the primary causes of cellulite genesis, resulting in the characteristic hollowed dimpling appearance. The key to treating cellulite is by boosting blood circulation and fat metabolism, triggering a physical response to stimulate the area. Diet and specialized creams have been proven to help combat cellulite according to the American Academy of Dermatology.
Taught, toned-looking skin looks healthy and creates confidence. Regularly treating your skin with well-researched ingredients supported by the American Academy of Dermatology to address cellulite can be part of your regimen to reclaiming your body and feeling great.
Known as "The Plant of Immortality" in ancient Egypt, Aloe Vera has been in use for centuries due to its medicinal healing and moisturizing properties on the skin. Famous for fighting sun burns, Aloe has been shown to improve depression and memory in laboratory settings.
Sacred Lotus has been shown to activate cell regeneration factors involved in the synthesis of collagen and elastin, in addition to powerful weight management and anti-obesity properties
South American plant which promotes stimulating circulation, this phenolic rich plant contains more anti-oxidants than green tea
These tiny molecules have the ability to penetrate the outer layers of the skin and work to repair the lower layers where collagen and elastin reside. Retinol Palmitate Is converted to Retinol when absorbed by the skin, delivering the same benefits with less irritation
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, Caffeine can help dehydrate cells, making cellulite less obvious
Increases blood circulation to compromised areas, a key to fighting cellulite
Clinical tests for key ingredient Pro-Sveltyl® demonstrated the following results:
A measurable improvement in cellulite reduction.*
- Adipose Tissue Inflammation – 33% decrease
- Skin Surface Irregularity – 68% of volunteers
- Draining Effect – 29% Improvement in heat exchanges
How to Use
Poor circulation is both a cause and effect of cellulite. Boosting circulation is a great way to supplement your cream regiment to help combat cellulite. In addition to massage, a simple way to boost the circulatory system is through “contrast showering” which is switching the water from hot to cold. This hold and cold contrast increases the flow of lymph and fat, breaking down the accumulated stagnant fibers and proteins in the fat tissue that are responsible for the uneven texture. By jump-starting the internal fat drainage cycle, it will facilitate the breakdown of cellulite, and work to smooth, tone and contour the targeted areas when combined with regular use of the Pureganic Cellulite & Toning Cream.
There’s an old saying that goes, “You can’t outrun a bad diet”, and the same goes for beauty products. No cellulite cream can product results from a poor diet. We recommend consuming sugar, alcohol, carbs, and calories in moderation while trying to achieve your goals with this product.
Step 1: Apply to clean, dry skin where toning is desired, preferably after a contrast shower, as noted above.
Step 2: Massage a generous amount of cream into the area. For best results, we recommend vigorously massaging the cream into the area, or using a nubby massage applicator specifically designed for cellulite.
After desired results are achieved, continue using Pureganic Cellulite & Toning Cream to maintain your new skin condition. Initial improvement can be seen after 30 days of twice daily use, with full results by 90 days.
- No Parabens
- No Sulfates
- No Phthalates
- Never Tested on Animals
- Vegan Friendly
- Made in Canada
*Based on a 28-day clinical study with 23 female participants with a mean age of 43. Clinical data provided by Silab. Results may vary depending on multiple factors: age, gender, skin type and condition, concomitant products used, health history, location, lifestyle and diet.