Product Name: Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellulite Body Cream
Product Type: Lotion
Size: 5.14 oz
Cost Per Ounce: $10.70
Where To Buy: Click Here
# Of Ingredients: 14
Notable Ingredients: 4% Hydrogen Peroxide, Cinnamomum Cassia Leaf Oil, Cinnamomum Camphora
Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellulite Body Cream is a product that claims to use 4% active oxygen to fight cellulite, rather than using the most common ingredient, caffeine.
I’m not sure exactly how that works but the results I got were pretty unspectacular.
It’s a white lotion that smells strong of chemicals during application, but thankfully the smell gets better over time.
This product is unique because it’s supposedly more effective if you do not massage it into the skin; this is opposite of most cellulite creams.
The application process is simple, but this product does take longer than average to dry, which makes the process annoying.
With average results, a long drying time, and a chemical smell I couldn’t give this product more than 2.5 stars.
Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellulite Body Cream is a white lotion that feels pretty basic and a bit pasty.
This product has a pretty simple application process.
At first I was massaging the cellulite cream into my legs, but later I discovered that this product claims to be more effective if you do not rub it in (so I stopped doing that).
The process is simple because you just put the lotion on and let it soak in on its own (it’s also a little weird).
The only downfall to the application process is waiting for the product to fully soak in and dry.
Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellulite Body Cream dries relatively quickly when you rub it in, but takes longer when you allow it to fully absorb without massaging it into your skin.
It took about 20 minutes to fully soak into my skin when I did not rub it in.
Smell (in the bottle)
My least favorite thing about this product is the smell. I’m not sure how to describe it, because it has a unique scent.
However, the best way I can describe it is like a mix between chemicals and medicine, which I really did not like.
The smell was not only stinky, but also strong.
Smell (a few hours after application)
Fortunately, after this product had time to sit on the skin for a while it smelled much better.
The smell transitions from a super chemical smell to a light fresh and clean scent.
Short Term Results
Directly after applying Karin Herzog Silhouette, my skin had a white pasty look because I let the lotion absorb on its own.
After it had fully absorbed, my skin looked moisturized and smooth.
The immediate results were pretty average.
Long Term Results
After a few weeks, I noticed a little less than average results.
My skin looked healthier and smoother, but the appearance of my cellulite did not change too much.
With average results that did not make my skin feel or look amazing, I really couldn’t rate this product very high.
Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellullite Body Cream contains fewer than 20 ingredients, which is significantly less than most other products I have tried.
What is unique about this cellulite cream is that it contains 4% active oxygen, which supposedly penetrates the skin and eliminates fat and toxins, while increasing circulation and ultimately improving the skin’s natural repair function. Sounds silly to me but that’s what it claims!
This product does not contain any caffeine, but it dos have beta-carotene which is believed to be a useful in maintaining healthy skin.
One bottle of Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellullite Body Cream costs $55.00.
At a bottle size of 5.14 oz, that works out to about $11.00 per ounce.
This product is not the most expensive out there, but it’s definitely on the pricier end.
Luckily, this product has a 100% 30-day Money Back Guarantee.
If for any reason you do not like this product you can return it and get your money back! I love when products have such a great guarantee!
Where To Buy
To buy Karin Herzog Silhouette Anti-Cellullite Body Cream, click here.