Product Name: M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil
Product Type: Oil
Size: 8 fl oz
Cost Per Ounce: $2.37
Where To Buy: Click Here
Notable Ingredients: Grapeseed Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemon Oil and Grapefruit Oil
Frankly, M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil is a total dud.
So I give it 1 out of 5 stars to reflect this.
I’ve yet to fall in love with an anti cellulite massage oil.
Oils are super tricky.
The biggest thing for me is the application process is usually a messy nightmare.
And I never get the same results like I do with other cellulite products such as creams, lotions, gels, etc.
Unfortunately, this massage oil falls right in line with the rest of the oils I’ve tried.
It’s so messy to use. The texture makes it rocket launch out of the pump bottle.
You have to basically be dripping wet for it to even attempt to absorb at all.
And even then it takes eons to rub in.
To finish it off, the oil stays sticky and heavy for a good 30-60 minutes.
On top of the messy application process, it just doesn’t provide any results.
I didn’t notice ANY difference.
My skin didn’t look or feel any better.
No moisture, tautness, hydration, improved skin tone, etc.
So 2 thumbs straight down on this one.
Luckily they have a money back guarantee.
But it’s not worth the hassle.
Thank you, next!
The texture and feel of this product is runny, slick oil. It also somehow has a thick texture at the same time.
The application process is so obnoxious and I hate it.
So here’s what they tell you to do on the bottle:
Apply the massage oil on damp skin after taking a shower or bath as this will lock in moisture. Oil applied to dry skin will coat the skin but will not penetrate. Massage oil in circular motion until oil is absorbed.
And here’s the best method I’ve figured out to do this, even though it’s still a pain.
Keep the bottle in the tub and IMMEDIATELY following your bath/shower apply the oil on your problem areas.
Don’t dry off or anything. Make sure there are still water drops on you.
The other way is to literally splash some water on your skin before applying.
Regardless, the process is still messy and annoying.
The oil itself is super runny and messy.
And as runny as it is, it’s still surprisingly thick.
So it feels heavy on your skin.
Also, make sure you’re in the tub because the oil has a tendency to get everywhere.
The drying time is awful.
It takes a solid 30 minutes to an hour plus to fully dry.
And to make matters worse, the oil stays thick and sticky.
That’s such a pet peeve of mine.
So as I’m walking around waiting for it to dry, I’m like a walking magnet for fuzzies and debris.
Smell (in the bottle)
The smell in the bottle is really refreshing.
It has a natural, botanical scent to it.
It has lemon and grapefruit oils so it definitely has citrus notes.
The scent reminds me of my essential oils that I use in my diffuser.
I like the smell.
Smell (a few hours after application)
The smell lasts about 30 – 60 minutes before fading away.
It’s relatively strong at first depending on how much you put on.
It may interfere with other perfumes, fragrant products.
But it’s pretty much 100% gone within an hour or so.
Short Term Results
My initial short term results are zilch.
I’m so confused.
At the very least, massage oils are a great hydrator and skin moisturizer.
But I seriously saw none of this.
I don’t know what the deal is but I’m disappointed.
Long Term Results
Sadly, after using this anti cellulite massage oil for a longer stint of time, I still saw no differences whatsoever.
My cellulite, skin tone, moisture levels, tautness, etc. are all the same.
I’m so bummed out!
This anti cellulite massage oil only has 4 ingredients, which are: Grapeseed Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemon Oil and Grapefruit Oil.
These ingredients are all natural, vegan friendly, and non-animal tested.
Here are some of the potential benefits of these particular oils.
Grapefruit Oil has polyphenols and fatty acids, which may help prevent premature skin aging, reduce water retention, and aids in correcting puffy skin.
Grapeseed Oil contains great sources of vitamins E, D, and C, which may bump up moisture and protect your skin from harmful free radicals.
Lemon Oil is thought to assist the circulatory system and enhance microcirculation by strengthening vascular tissues. With that being said, lemon oil has the potential to help treat varicose veins by improving your circulation and taking some pressure off the veins.
Eucalyptus Oil has a great number of beneficial properties to it. It’s anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial. All of these help your skin in a number of ways like helping soothe irritated skin and gives a tingling, soothing sensation that may also ease tension and stress.
An 8 fluid ounce bottle of M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil costs $18.99.
It winds up costing $2.37 per ounce.
That’s super inexpensive!
On the flip side, I think you get what you pay for in this instance.
I think it’s a poor value for the price.
M3 Naturals offers a 60-day, 100% Money Back Guarantee. If you don’t love it, just contact them for a full refund within 60 days.
You can email them at Support@M3Naturals.com or send a message online through their website’s Contact Us page.
Where To Buy
To buy M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil, click here.
M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil: Summary
|Factor||M3 Naturals Anti Cellulite Massage Oil|
|Texture/Feel||Slick, watery oil|
|Application||Cumbersome! Oil is runny, messy, and sticky.|
|Drying Time||A long, sticky 30 – 60 minutes :(|
|Smell (In Bottle)||Refreshing citrus, botanical smell|
|Smell (After)||Scent lasts about 30 – 60 minutes|
|Short Term Results||Zero :(|
|Long Term Results||None whatsoever :(|
|Notable Ingredients||Grapeseed Oil, Eucalyptus Oil, Lemon Oil and Grapefruit Oil|
|Price||Costs $18.99 for an 8 fl oz bottle, $2.37 per oz|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|