Product Name: ELAIMEI Slim Cream
Product Type: Hot Cream
Size: 60 ml (2 fl oz)
Cost Per Ounce: $3.99
Where To Buy: Click Here
Notable Ingredients: Bisabolol & Capric Acid Triglyceride
Holy moly… I’m shocked at how horrible of an experience it was using ELAIMEI Slim Cream.
It’s times like these when I wish I could give something negative or 0 stars.
But alas, I have to stick to our trusty 1 – 5 rating system.
So, I begrudgingly give ELAIMEI Slim Cream 1/5 stars.
I honestly don’t even know where to begin because pretty much every aspect of this product offends me.
I’ll try and hit the major points and then obviously I’ll go into more detail below.
This entire slimming cream is so wrong to me.
On the bottle, it calls itself a “Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Serum”… umm whatever that means?
It also says it’s a “thermo fat burner” and a “lipo body serum cream to perfectly shape waist, abdomen, and buttocks”.
Wowzers. It promises some crazy stuff that I list down in the “Long Term Results” section.
The biggest issue with this cream is that not only does it give me no results… it actually gave me massively negative effects.
It’s classified as a “hot cream” and I’ve used countless of these before and know what to expect.
This particular one was like pouring hot lava on me.
Every single application left me SO uncomfortable, itchy, and red.
I got a horrible rash and it’d even continue to burn after I showered all the product off.
Whenever I get bad reactions, I do additional research to see if other people had the same experience or if I was just a fluke.
And in this case, I’m definitely not alone. So many other people had this crazy reaction and it’s scary!
It was especially bad around the belly and belly button area.
The box has a small caution label on the side (which I didn’t see until AFTER using).
It says they recommend you do a skin test before your first use.
Apply a small amount of cream to your wrist area, massage in and wait for 2 hours to watch for any reactions.
It also says to keep away from children and pets.
They use questionable ingredients and the vast majority I don’t recognize and can’t pronounce.
The smell of this cream is so obnoxiously dreadful. It smells like a toxic combination of Wintergreen mints, Icy Hot, and menthol.
It’s also really confusing as to how small of a tube it is.
You get a measly 2 ounces, which is about the size of a travel bottle of hand lotion.
And they want you to use the cream twice a day for 2-3 months continuously.
Not a chance!
There’s just nothing positive with this product so please take my advice and steer clear of it!
Your skin will thank you on your decision to pass… as my skin still is paying the mighty price.
ELAIMEI Slim Cream has a soft, silky texture to it.
It feels creamy to the touch and is white in color.
So the actual act of applying this cream is easy because it goes on like any old body cream or lotion, at first…
But ELAIMEI adds in some more in depth directions.
They recommend using the cream right after a shower when your pores are open.
Apply a liberal amount to your desired area (aka problem areas) such as your arms, abdomen, hips, thighs, or legs, then massage gently into the skin until it absorbs.
It says to apply twice daily and you’ll feel the heat after 15 minutes. (I’ll get more into this “heat” in just a second.)
They say if the heat isn’t too strong for you, you may cover the applied body areas with plastic wrap (body wrap) to enhance the effectiveness of the gel.
ELAIMEI suggests it’s ideal to use in the gym or in between workouts.
It says for best results use twice a day with continuous use for 2 to 3 months.
Okay, I have so much to say about this but first off, this is the tiniest tube of cream ever. It’s basically equivalent to a travel size bottle of hand lotion that you keep in your purse.
So using it 2x daily for 2-3 months means you’ll literally need to buy like 4-5 of these bottles, at least!
That’s small potatoes compared to the rest of my application experience.
Every time I apply it, I get the WORST reaction and rash from it.
Within just a few minutes, my skin starts to heat up and BURN.
It leaves my skin horribly irritated, red, and so itchy.
It’s a nightmare!!
And make sure you thoroughly wash your hands after using and avoid contact with eyes, mouth, or any sensitive parts of your body.
If you can get past the incredible feeling of your skin on fire, the cream actually dries super fast.
It’s basically dry in a speedy 1 – 2 minutes.
Smell (in the bottle)
Goodness gracious…this may be in my top 5 for worst smelling cellulite products!
It’s the most powerful menthol/mint scent.
What’s even more shocking is that the smell hits you before even opening the box!
I’m blown away at how strong it is.
I haven’t had the tube in the original box in weeks and the box still smells repulsive…and that’s just the empty box. *Plugs nose and runs away
Smell (a few hours after application)
Unlucky for me, the nasty menthol-minty concoction of a smell doesn’t seem to quit.
It lasts a solid hour to two hours and gives you such a headache.
And having to apply it twice a day means you smell like a disgusting Peppermint Patty the vast majority of the day.
Short Term Results
This is a big N-O. The only short-term results I got were horrible, adverse reactions.
My skin was SO angry and it was actually painful.
I got a crazy red rash and my skin was itchy and burning.
Especially my belly and belly button, it felt like someone poured hot lava all over my stomach.
And the pain lasted a few hours even after rinsing it off.
I did some research and I’m definitely not the only one who experienced this.
There were tons of other people who were in the same skin sabotaging boat as I was!
Scary stuff! :(
Long Term Results
I was hoping the reaction was a fluke but I stuck it out for you guys as long as I could and still got horrible reactions every time.
So needless to say, I got absolutely zero long term results.
This cream actually made my skin WORSE.
And it’s pretty hilarious because they advertise the most ridiculous results.
Here’s what it says… (It’s also filled with horribly bad grammar.)
“ELAIMEI Slim Cream has an great effect on slimming waist, legs, arms, thighs and firming belly. Moisturizing and nourishing to make your skin smooth and tender, helps to shape nice and attractive body.”
“Firming Skin – Tighten loose skin, improves the bloated figure lines, weight loss and fat burning, delicate and flexible, easy to have a lithe and charming figure.”
“Massage Cream – This cream also can be used body massage, reduce inflammation and alleviate aches making this an effective massage cream for deep muscle relaxation, overall skin toning, firming slimming.”
So yeah, I undeniably got none of these results.
Keep in mind these products are not miracle workers and please be on guard for these silly, dramatically unrealistic promises.
The before and after pictures, and basically all of the images, they use on their sales page are comical if you’re wanting a quick laugh.
I’m honestly at a loss regarding these ingredients in ELAIMEI Slim Cream.
There are 15 ingredients total and I really don’t like any of them.
I’m confused because it doesn’t contain any of the common cellulite fighting ingredients we’re used to seeing.
Also, I don’t even know what 95% of these ingredients are and they all sound like chemicals.
So no wonder I got such awful reactions to it!
It says on their Amazon page: “Natural Ingredients – Pure natural ingredients without any preservatives, easy to be absorbed, plant extracts formula is safe to use and helps fat burning, suitable for all skin types.”
ELAIMEI points out 3 main ingredients in one of the description pictures, which are Methylparaben, Bisabolol, and Bis(hydroxymethyl). One of these is a paraben and issues have been brought up about the potential health risks linked to it like breast cancer. YIKES!
So I found 2 potential beneficial ingredients in the whole measly lineup, which are Bisabolol and Capric Acid Triglyceride (but still, neither of these are names I’ve really seen before as active ingredients).
I found that Bisabolol is a scent ingredient that’s naturally occurring in chamomile. It has skin-brightening and skin-conditioning properties, which may help improve the overall look of dull looking skin.
Capric Acid Triglyceride may help smooth skin and has antioxidant properties in it. It’s also considered a skin softening emollient, which works by locking in moisture and forming a protective layer on your skin. Capric Acid Triglyceride is also an antioxidant and may help preserve and protect your skin and make it look younger.
A 60ml little tube (about 2 fl oz) of this Slim Cream goes for $7.99 on Amazon.
It comes in at $3.99 per oz.
That’s a super cheap price but the overall value is just beyond awful because there’s zero value to me.
Also, this squeezable tube is just so tiny and you go through it so quickly.
It seems like ELAIMEI Slim Cream is strictly sold on Amazon.
On the product page it says, “This item is returnable.”
And then it has a dropdown bar that goes on to state: This item can be returned within 30 days in most cases.
But I can’t figure out why it’d throw in “in most cases” but Amazon is usually pretty good about returns and customer service
So it seems like you’ve got 30 days to return the product, which thank goodness because this product is such a nightmare disaster.
My skin and I feel personally attacked by this crazy product!
Where To Buy
To buy ELAIMEI Slim Cream, click here.
ELAIMEI Slim Cream: Summary
|Factor||ELAIMEI Slim Cream|
|Texture/Feel||Soft, silky textured cream|
|Application||Application itself is easy, massage in 2x daily. But then YIKES! It starts to heat up and BURN. My skin was so irritated, red, and I got an awful rash :(|
|Drying Time||Dries fast in just 1-2 minutes but BURNS.|
|Smell (In Bottle)||SO awful. You can smell the pungent mint/menthol scent even before opening the BOX.|
|Smell (After)||The gross menthol smell sticks with you for what feels like an eternity, but probably an hour or so.|
|Short Term Results||None. Just a horrible rash! Red, itchy, irritated skin|
|Long Term Results||I stuck it out as long as I could, but I got a bad reaction every application and never saw any positive results.|
|Notable Ingredients||Bisabolol & Capric Acid Triglyceride (Not impressed – very few notable ingredients…)|
|Price||Costs $7.99 per bottle, $3.99 per oz|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|