Cellu Body Contour
This refreshing gel smooths your skin, makes it firmer and gives it more contour with the active ingredients in it, also improve the appearance of your skin and make it look smoother and even.
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Cellu Body Contour
Intensive skin care for improving problem areas – smooths, lifts and adds contour. This refreshing gel smooths your skin, makes it firmer and gives it more contour thanks to a complex of active ingredients including extract of ginger, caffeine and menthyl lactate. Enjoy the pleasant cooling effect of the gel as you apply it to your skin – and the wonderful warming effect that follows once it has been absorbed. To improve the appearance of your skin and make it look smoother and more even. Avoid contact with mucous membranes.
Massage the soft, semi-fluid gel using small circular movements gently into your problem areas each morning and evening. It is suitable for all skin types.
Ginger - Even in ancient times, ginger was regarded as an efficacious cure for various complaints such as nausea and vomiting, but also for eye complaints and inflammation. To this day, it is an important medicinal plant in alternative medicine. Its warming effect combats numerous different clinical symptoms. In Polynesia, ginger is regarded as a holy plant, thanks to its potent and magical powers. In the West, ginger extract is mainly used for cosmetic purposes, for the drainage of body tissue.
Alpine globe daisies - Alpine globe daisies (Globularia Cordifolia Callus Culture) belong to the plantain family. The “globulus” in their name is Latin and means “little ball”, referring to the shape of the flower. They are evergreen, mat-forming perennials with leathery oval leaves. Alpine globe daisy extract decreases local inflammation, reduces rashes and stimulates the body’s own defense system.
Caffeine - After Friedlieb Ferdinand Runge – on the advice of his friend Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – first succeeded in isolating caffeine from the coffee bean in 1820, the stimulating effect of this substance has been exploited in many different ways. It is also used in cosmetic products to stimulate circulation and metabolism in the skin, which in turn makes the skin even more receptive to further active ingredients.