Updated: Feb 25, 2019

Slim Extreme 3D Reviews

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Slim Extreme 3D Overview

Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Slimming Serum is a topical anti-cellulite cream that generates heat just shortly after application. According to the manufacturer, Eveline Cosmetics, this unique chemical reaction, catalyzed by a unique Isocell Slim Complex, helps the serum penetrate completely into abdomen, thighs, buttocks and arms to actually burn the unsightly lumps of adipose tissue in depth and leave the body with a smoother, slimmer silhouette.

Slim Extreme 3D

Despite these promises, most of the ingredients are just the typical ones found in most beauty creams, and the list is fairly long at that. The product does contain certain active ingredients such as caffeine; Centella asiatica, Laminaria algae and horsetail extract which, while they do not distinguish this product from dozens of other similar ones, do usually help to smooth, tone and moisturize the skin in target areas. Caffeine is particularly effective because it tends to drain the water around the adipose cells and, as a result, reduce overall volume. This could be the reason that the product is proclaimed as being able to “change the size” of fat cells.

This product has an exceedingly pleasant lemon fragrance and starts to make the application zones really feel like they are on fire after about 40 minutes. Despite these two virtues, it is unlikely that Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Slimming Serum actually burns the adipose cells themselves, and no studies exist to the contrary. What does seem somewhat probable given its ingredients is that Slim Extreme moisturizes and tightens the skin’s surface to optically improve its texture and make cellulite less obvious to the eye. This is a positive, although it does not make this product unique among others of its kind at all.

Active Ingredients in Slim Extreme 3D

  • Caffeine is an essential ingredient for draining intercellular liquid that has been considered vital for any cellulite cream to be taken seriously
  • Laminaria algae also helps to move water out of the zone and are a potent moisturizer and known to soothe irritated skin
  • Centella asiatica is valued as a substance that contributes greatly to improving skin’s elasticity and overall tone
  • Horsetail extracts smoothes and tightens the skin over the target areas, evens its texture and helps “hold in” the cellulite

How to Use Slim Extreme 3D?

The serum should be massaged in thoroughly twice a day. Results supposedly begin to show after just one month, but other information sources recommend nearly a year of consistent use to actually see some real improvement in the target areas.

The product manufacturer recommends diet and exercise for the product to be completely effective.

Advantages of Slim Extreme 3D

  • Very Inexpensive
  • Pleasant fragrance

Disadvantages of Slim Extreme 3D

  • Not hypoallergenic
  • Potentially longer treatment time
  • No studies to substantiate manufacturer’s claims
  • Very negative reviews
  • No money back guarantee

Conclusion

Based on customer reviews alone, this product does nothing to burn cellulite and is even considered a complete rip-off of many angry consumers.

The product is not dermatologist tested, no safety recommendations are made on the product website and no money back guarantee is offered.

According to those who did give it a timidly positive rating, the fragrance and the tingling sensation that the cream producers are great to experience and, overall, the skin’s appearance is improved. Some reviewers reported a noticeable new “tightness” to the skin in the target areas and, in consequence, they appeared to have less cellulite in those areas after several weeks of use.

As a positive, this product is among the least expensive to be found: under $15 an 8-ounce tube. Again, there is no money back guarantee, but, at worst, you could end up with a fairly good moisturizer.

Cellulite refers to fat deposits under the surface of the skin giving it a dimpled, irregular appearance. The vast majority of women have cellulite, some estimates are as high as 90 percent. Cellulite is routinely found in the thighs, hips, buttocks, and stomach. Unfortunately, maintaining an optimal body weight, eating healthy, staying active, and even regular exercise may not be enough to combat cellulite. 

Below you’ll find some of the most effective cellulite cream formulations on the market today, in our opinion.

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Our Top Cellulite Reducing Choices
Cellmaxa
Seal
#1
Cellmaxa
Effectiveness In Addressing*
Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite*
Delivery of Active Ingredients*
Quality of Ingredients*
Skin Tightening Properties*
HerSolution Booty
#2
HerSolution Booty
Effectiveness In Addressing*
Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite*
Delivery of Active Ingredients*
Quality of Ingredients*
Skin Tightening Properties*
Revitol Cellulite Cream
#3
Revitol Cellulite Cream
Effectiveness In Addressing*
Reduce the Appearance of Cellulite*
Delivery of Active Ingredients*
Quality of Ingredients*
Skin Tightening Properties*
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