Monday, August 19, 2013

Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil Reviews – Does It Work For Cellulite?

Is Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil Really A Scam?
Weleda an anti-cellulite product claims to support your skin’s overall health. It is revitalizing oil which claims to tone your body in one month’s time. But what I find confusing is that the manufacturer does not state what areas the product works effectively on such as the legs, arms, buttocks or stomach.

Was It Researched?
Weleda claims that the dermatologist test has been done. But what the official site fails to provide is the proof of the studies that have been conducted to state these results.

What Ingredients You Find in Birch Cellulite Oil?
The official site lists the ingredients but doesn’t give details about the quantity being used in the product. The list of ingredients is:
Birch leaf extract, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Geraniol, Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Oil, Betula Alba (Birch) Leaf Extract, Linalool, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Citral, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Limonene, Fragrance (Parfum) and Ruscus Aculeatus (Butcher's Broom) Root Extract.
How Much Does It Cost?
You need to use twice daily to get the results. So 3.4 FL OZ (100ml) for Price: US$27. 50 is not an easy option.

How to Use Weleda Birch Cellulite Oil?
The preferred way to apply this Cellulite Oil is on the damp skin. During the first four weeks of use, it should be massaged twice daily on the skin with circular movements. Continue the daily application of this oil to maintain the results.

Will It Work for You?
Weleda claims to nourish your skin with natural and pure organic plant extracts. It claims to tone, smooth and support your skin’s overall health. But it fails to provide the clinical studies detail. It does not give you any trail or even a money back guarantee. It does not provide the ingredients quantity detail on the official site. Some consumer states that it makes skin softer and moisturized, but doesn’t work as a cellulite product. So what’s the selling point of this product? 


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