Organic Slimming Cream

This is a wonderful organic slimming cream that is healthier than many of the choices we have to lose belly fat and also tighten our tummy skin.

When we get older, our skin does not repair and stay smooth and supple like it used to and sometimes Mother Nature needs help. Unfortunately, many of the choices offered have chemicals that poison and damage our bodies while we are trying to help be healthier, so we have to stay proactive and make wiser choices in our purchases.

This slimming cream was offered to me to review and since it appeared to be a healthy choice, I decided to give it a shot.

When I first opened the jar, I found that the cream had pretty much exploded inside the jar all over the inside of the lid. Upon inspection, I found it was because the manufacturer was honest and filled the jar to the brim, not like the other cheaper brands who ship you a jar only partially full – yes, I have received jars like that before, much to my dismay. My first treatment easily resolved the mess problem by using it up!

The next thing I noticed was the very pleasant scent from the cream that I very much enjoyed. Some of the creams stink, quite honestly, and I have actually thrown some away before even using it, but this cream has a delightful scent that is very appealing.

The instructions say to wet the tummy first and apply the cream. In my haste, I forgot to do that and simply applied the cream. You are supposed to massage it in for 3 to 5 minutes, so while I was applying it I read the jar again and saw the comment about wetting the skin. I put water on my hands and rubbed in it and found that it took the consistency from a cream to a lotion that was, perhaps, a little easier to rub in but it didn’t really make a lot of difference but took longer to dry.

I do find that the slimming cream actually works, even from the first time you use it. Tummy is flatter, skin is smoother and results are quick. The ingredients are: Grapefruit, Lemon, Juniper Berry, Jojoba oil, Emodin, and Glycerin. I imagine the fruit ingredients are in the form of essential oils but the jar does not specifically indicate that. I am familiar with all the ingredients but one, and I looked it up. Emodin is a phyto plant substance present in rhubarb and in aloe vera leaves. #tomoson #ad

You can read more about it and see the ingredient list here:

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