Product Name: Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil
Product Type: Oil
Size: 3.4 oz
Cost Per Ounce: $8.09
Where To Buy: Click Here
# Of Ingredients: 11
Notable Ingredients: Birch Leaf Extract, Butcher’s Broom, Wheat Germ Oil
Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil is a pretty good cellulite product.
It’s not my favorite to apply because oil products are messy and greasy.
Although this specific oil wasn’t quite as messy as others, it still was a challenge to apply.
Luckily, the oil dried within minutes!
After using Birch Cellulite Oil, my skin appeared soft, smooth, hydrated and overall healthier.
I wish the appearance of my cellulite had improved more, but at least there was a SLIGHT improvement.
Birch Cellulite Oil is very affordable for a cellulite product and has a 30-day money back guarantee, which I love.
If it hadn’t been for the greasy oily consistency I may have ranked this product higher.
Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil is a runny clear oil that feels greasy, but dry.
Apply the oil to damp skin twice a day. I applied it morning and evening. After 4 weeks of use, you can apply it only once a day :)
Oil is my least favorite type of product to apply because I don’t like they way it feels. Luckily, this oil isn’t quite as messy as some others that I have tried. Applying oil can make me frustrated because it runs through my fingers and makes a mess.
This oil dried faster than most oils I have tried. Within just a few minutes it’s fully absorbed and leaves the skin soft and smooth.
Most oils leave me feeling extremely greasy, but luckily this one didn’t leave as strong of a greasy feeling.
Smell (in the bottle)
The smell in the bottle is clean and refreshing.
I cannot pin point what this oil smells like, but it smells good and calming.
Smell (a few hours after application)
After a few hours the cream definitely fades into a more subtle scent, but the scent itself doesn’t change.
Like I said earlier, the smell is hard to describe, but it definitely smells good. I think it smells like an essential oil used in a spa to promote a relaxing, but refreshed environment.
Short Term Results
Directly after applying this product, my skin felt very soft, and smooth, but slightly greasy.
My skin not only felt soft and smooth, but also appeared soft and hydrated right away.
Long Term Results
Longer term, I noticed some overall improvements of my skin.
My skin looked smooth, soft, and evened out. The appearance of my cellulite was slightly less noticeable and my skin looked healthier overall.
The results were pretty good, but nothing spectacular. I would have preferred more visual changes in the appearance of my dimply skin.
Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil has a very small list of ingredients, but really emphasize 3 key ingredients.
First, it has Birch Leaf Extract, which is believed to have purifying and detoxifying effects.
Next, it contains Butcher’s Broom, which is a Mediterranean prickly plant. It’s believed to have ant-inflammatory and dehydrating effects.
Lastly, it has Wheat Germ Oil, which supposedly nourishes the skin. It helps to keep the connective tissue healthy, while soothing and refining the skin’s texture.
Each of these ingredients are believed to make the skin appear healthy.
One bottle of Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil costs $27.50.
At a bottle size of 3.4oz, that works out to about $8.09 per ounce.
That’s a not a horrible deal for a cellulite cream!
It has a 30-day money back guarantee.
I love when products offer a guarantee.
Where To Buy
To buy Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil, click here.
Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil: Summary
|Factor||Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil|
|Application||Messy and challenging|
|Drying Time||Fully absorbs in about 2 minutes|
|Smell (In Bottle)||Essential Oil scent :)|
|Smell (After)||Relaxing and refreshing fragrance|
|Short Term Results||Incredibly soft and smooth skin|
|Long Term Results||Slightly less noticeable appearance of cellulite|
|Notable Ingredients||Birch Leaf Extract, Butcher’s Broom, Wheat Germ Oil|
|Price||Costs $27.50 per bottle, $8.09 per oz|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|