I recently received InstaNatural's Cellulite Cream as well as their Stretch Mark and Scar cream to review. I must say these products are excellent quality! I love the smell and texture and how they feel on the skin.
I have already noticed a considerable decrease in the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks left behind from having babies. I have tried other creams in the past but have not had the success that I've already seen with these creams.
I also love how they contain natural ingredients. The cellulite cream contains Caffeine, Retinol, Cocoa Butter, Shea Butter, Vitamin C and Vitamin B5. The Stretch Mark and Scar cream contains Vitamin C (15%), Cocoa Butter, Rosehip Oil, Mango Butter, Grapeseed Oil and Evening Primrose Oil.
The price on Amazon for the Cellulite Cream is $23.75 and the Stretch Mark and Scar cream is $21.47. So a very reasonable price for the size (5 oz). The cream is some what thick but still easy to apply and cover large areas. Below are the product details taken from the website for both of the products.
InstaNatural’s Cellulite Cream is a powerful solution uniquely formulated to help you achieve firmer, younger-looking skin. This topical cream contains a potent combination of Caffeine and Retinol, which evens out skin tone and texture by reducing the appearance of cellulite and dimples. Caffeine tones and tightens, while Retinol repairs and restores, so you can obtain long-lasting results for a firm and supple appearance.
Stretch marks are born when skin is stretched beyond its limit and the collagen is weakened, transforming into unsightly stripes on the body. InstaNatural’s Stretch Mark & Scar Cream is a unique blend of key ingredients designed to increase elasticity of the skin and diminish the appearance of these marks to restore a youthful look. Cocoa Butter, Rosehip Oil and Mango Butter deliver extraordinary nourishment and antioxidants, while Vitamin C revises your skin tone and texture for an improved look and feel. Your skin will be left feeling soft and smooth as the cream deeply moisturizes to fade away existing stretch marks and scars as well as prevent the formation of new ones.
You can find these products on Amazon as well as their website http://www.instanatural.com. I highly recommend both products.
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