Why is it important to massage in slimming products?
1. Massaging boosts the circulation.
When you apply a slimming product, we recommend you use a targeted massage technique to get the very best results. Why? Because fat and water are retained in part because of poor blood flow and lymphatic circulation. An anti cellulite massage stimulates circulation, thus encouraging draining of the excess water and toxins responsible for adipose cellulite.
2. Introducing the Body Fit self-massage technique by Clarins.
Drawing on its expertise in beauty salon skin care and cosmetics, Clarins has developed several effective self-massage techniques. The Body Fit cream gel tackles the three cellulite types (adipose, aqueous and fibrous), using a three-step self-massage technique. Step One: stimulate micro-circulation for lighter feeling legs and thighs. Step Two: reduce excess volume caused by cellulite by activating elimination of excess water and lipids. Step Three: sculpt the area around the bottom, hips and tummy by stimulating the body's natural lymphatic draining reflexes. When combined with the Body Fit formula's active ingredients, this anti cellulite massage erases orange peel. Curves are sculpted and the body streamlined. Treat yourself to one massage session per day for desired results. If you exercise, massage in your cream before your workout to enhance its slimming benefits.
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