Body Tonic Anti-Cellulite Oil

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There are all sorts of different topical treatments you can apply to your skin in order to reduce the appearance of pesky cellulite dimples on your thighs, stomach, buttocks, and other problem areas. Sometimes they come in cream form, while others are more oil-based. Whether a manufacturer decides to go with a cream base or an oil base depends entirely on what their active ingredients are.

But which one is better for your skin? And which one will help you get rid of your cellulite faster? Unfortunately, it's hard to say. Almost any natural oil (usually from plant extracts) which you can apply to your skin is very good for enhancing moisture and maintaining skin health. Creams, however, may absorb more easily and contain ingredients which can't be evenly mixed into an oily base.

Although most anti-cellulite formulas do come in cream form, Garnier's Body Tonic Anti-Cellulite Oil has chosen to forge its own path and go a different route. But does this make their formula more or less effective at removing cellulite? We put their product to the test.

Body Tonic Ingredients

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The product description claims that Garnier Body Tonic is "enriched with lemon, mandarin, and grapefruit seed oils". Sadly, it doesn't go into any technical or scientific details about how these are supposed to firm your skin or reduce cellulite. But it does sound like a pleasant-smelling formula.

Unfortunately, a full list of ingredients is not available.

Does BodyTonic Anti-Cellulite Oil Work?

Honestly, it's hard to say. The product descriptions universally boast that users will see results in as little as two weeks. They also claim that their product has been tested on over 80 women with positive results. However, we have only the manufacturer's testimony to consider. There are virtually no customer reviews available for consumers to evaluate for themselves.

Body Tonic: Our Evaluation

Here are the positives: Body Tonic is very affordably priced. You should be able to find it for less than $15 a bottle and, because Garnier is such a popular drug store brand, it could be sitting on the shelf at your local pharmacy right now - but only if you live in Europe. Also, the list of skin-moisturizing oils could provide some much-needed moisturizing and conditioning benefits for dry skin for a very good price.

But there are some downsides: for one, it isn't available everywhere. It seems to be prevalent in the UK and Germany, but anyone outside of Europe is going to have a hard time getting their hands on a bottle. Lastly, the ingredients don't actually seem designed to attack cellulite specifically. They look like they might be great for moisturizing (as most oils are), but our review experts can't seem to figure out how they would firm your skin, flush away toxins, or reduce fat pockets that are typically responsible for the appearance of cellulite.

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