Cellutone Cellulite Cream Review
Product Name: Cellutone Cellulite Cream
Product Type: Cream
Size: 4 oz
Cost Per Ounce: $13.00
Where To Buy: Click Here
# Of Ingredients: 26
Notable Ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil, Hydrolyzed Whole Egg, Lavender Oil, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Cumin Extract
I am not the biggest fan of HealFast Cellutone Cellulite Cream.
The application is more of a hassle and left me feeling frustrated because it’s difficult to spread over my entire target area.
Luckily, it dries relatively quickly, but leaves a dry pasty feeling on the skin that I really don’t like.
Another downside is the smell! It has an unpleasant strong essential oil smell. It’s too strong, overpowering, and stinky.
I didn’t notice any significant changes in the appearance of my cellulite right away, but after a while I did see a slight improvement. My upper thighs looked more even and slightly less dimply.
The only major upside to this cream is that it has a 60-day money back guarantee.
Overall, the slight improvement of my cellulite wasn’t enough to rank this product any higher.
It’s a tan cream with a unique texture. It feels soft and creamy, but also pasty and sticky as you try to spread the lotion.
It should be applied 1-2 times per day after a warm bath or shower. The interesting part about this cellulite cream is that you’re NOT supposed to massage or rub it into the skin.
Although it seems like not massaging in the lotion is less work, I found it more difficult to spread the cream over my target areas without rubbing it in. The cream doesn’t spread easily and clumped up as I tried to spread it over my problem area. It’s definitely a hassle, especially when I was in a hurry.
Normally, lotion that comes out a pump is my favorite, but this one only pumps a very little amount of cream out at a time. I was disappointed in the overall application process and experience.
This lotion dries relatively fast considering you’re not supposed to massage it into the skin. Since the lotion is only spread over the skin and not rubbed in, it takes a little longer than other cellulite creams to fully absorb into the skin.
Luckily, it still dries in a matter of minutes and doesn’t leave a sticky “wet” feeling.
Smell (in the bottle)
It’s hard for me to describe the smell of Cellutone because it’s unique.
It smells like a spa filled with essential oils, but it’s slightly overpowering and stings the nose. I am definitely not a fan of the smell because it’s stinky and potent, rather than pleasant, flattering or calming.
Smell (a few hours after application)
After a few hours the cream’s smell definitely fades into a less potent, stinky, mix of essential oils. It becomes more flattering and pleasant with time on the skin, but still not a smell I would ever pick to wear.
Short Term Results
Directly after applying this product, my skin felt weirdly dry, and the lotion felt flakey and pasty. I didn’t like it at all.
I didn’t notice any significant short-term results.
Long Term Results
I was surprised to notice that after some time using this product, my skin looked a little bit better overall. It wasn’t extra soft, hydrated, or smooth, but my thighs appeared a little more even and less dimply.
I wasn’t expecting any visual improvements, so I’m happy there was at least a slight improvement in the appearance of my cellulite.
HealFast uses a unique combination of ingredients in Cellutone to combat the appearance of cellulite.
Cellutone doesn’t use the popular ingredient caffeine to stimulate blood flow, but instead uses a blend of essential oils and proteins of the egg.
Cellutone is advertised to break down the fatty deposits and toxin build-ups that create the dimply skin appearance of cellulite through a blend of essential oils rich in vitamins and minerals.
For example, Lavender Oil is one of the essential oils used in this cellulite cream; it supposedly helps with stretch marks and the skin’s appearance. Another ingredient used in the blend is Grapefruit Seed Extract, which is believed to decongest skin pores and regulate skin oil. Both of these oils, in addition to many others, are claimed to work together to fight against the appearance of cellulite.
One bottle of Cellutone Cellulite Cream costs $52.
At a bottle size of 4 oz, that works out to about $13 per ounce.
That’s not the most expensive product, but it’s definitely on the pricier side!
Luckily, Cellutone has a 60-day money back guarantee.
Where To Buy
To buy Cellutone Cellulite Cream, click here.
Cellutone Cellulite Cream: Summary
|Factor||Cellutone Cellulite Cream|
|Texture/Feel||Tan creamy, but sticky lotion|
|Application||Difficult to spread over entire target area|
|Drying Time||Relatively quick|
|Smell (In Bottle)||Potent, stinky, and overwhelming|
|Smell (After)||Less potent essential oil scent|
|Short Term Results||No significant improvements|
|Long Term Results||Slightly less noticeable “dimply” appearance|
|Notable Ingredients||Sweet Almond Oil, Hydrolyzed Whole Egg, Lavender Oil|
|Price||Costs $52 per bottle, $13 per oz|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|