Last week, spring arrived in full force; it literally went from 30 degrees farenheit and snow to 60 degrees and sun! The sudden change in weather has made me so happy and excited for warmer days. I’m a summer baby through and through and absolutely cannot stand the cold (although I do enjoy skiing and snowshoeing). Soon, I’ll be able to break out shorts, dresses and bikinis again, and I’ve got to make sure I feel confident enough to rock these warmer weather clothes. And that’s where Clarins Body Fit comes in.
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Clarins, a well-known French luxury cosmetics company, recently came out with an amazing new product called Body Fit. It claims to be an anti-cellulite contouring expert which visibly smoothes, firms and lifts. I admit that I was a little skeptical at first because I always take anti-cellulite products with a grain of salt. However, I love that this anti-cellulite cream never claims to ‘melt fat’ or that it’s a replacement for healthy living.
I think that Clarins Body Fit is the perfect companion to help meet your goals! While you, of course, need to focus on eating healthy, wholesome foods and working out, I found that Clarins Body Fit genuinely did help to smooth my legs out! Granted, I don’t have a huge amount of cellulite, but what I did have made me feel a little self-conscious.
Clarins recommend applying the anti-cellulite cream in a specific way which you can see here. I actually found it very relaxing to take the time out of my morning to apply the cream and give myself a mini massage. I recommend always applying it first thing in the morning (or after your workout, if you’re an early bird like me) to avoid getting restless legs at night.
So, while I do not think that Clarins Body Fit is a replacement for working out hard and eating well, if you have the means, I absolutely recommend it as a wonderful way to help smooth out and firm your legs! If you’re interested in trying it, click here to buy it, and be sure to let me know what your experience is with Clarins Body Fit!
This post was sponsored by Clarins. I only mention products and services I use and genuinely care about.
Photos: Charles Uibel of Really Photography