Honest Feedback: Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Serum – Review
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I was offered a bottle of Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Serum for my honest feedback and review, and if you know anything about me, you know I will give you nothing less than the truth.
Here’s what they say about their product:
- Warming formula works in 3 steps
- Helps reduce the appearance of cellulite
- Thermo fat burner actively reduces fat deposits
- MDL complex smoothes uneveness and improves skin’s elasticity
- Caffeine and horsetail extract stimulates metabolism and supports collagen production
- Contains moisturizing laminaria algae
- Can help slim traditional problem areas like the waist, abdomen, and buttocks
- Paraben free
- Dermatologically tested
- 8.8 fl. oz. tube
Here’s what I say about their product:
The Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Serum comes in a pretty decently-sized tube and comes out the bottle red. Perhaps red is for hot because it does burn and tingle when applied to your skin. It got uncomfortable at times, but it was hot, and I was sweating, so my pores were probably extra open on more sensitive parts of my abdomen. I pressed my cotton shirt against my body to wick away some of the moisture and the burning eventually subsided. And I’m glad I did because this product does show some promise, surprisingly. I have always had an issue with my skin not looking as taut as I’d like for it to look, but after probably 7 uses of this serum, I noticed visible tightening and smoothness to my thighs and abdomen. Honestly, I was shocked. In full disclosure, I had done a full round of Nerium Skin Firm and saw absolutely NO results. From what I understand, this is atypical, but I am atypical, I suppose. I’m a Shea Butter and Cocoa Butter type of gal, so my body is just used to different things, I suppose. I have successful results with plain ole’ coffee grounds and coconut oil too, and while I am not purporting that this stuff is in any way natural, I did see results where I applied it.
My Personal Recommendations and/or Warnings
This product is not meant to help you lose weight, fat or inches. It is meant to improve your skin’s appearance. This doesn’t necessarily mean your skin’s health will improve, but it may look better with routine use.
I would recommend this for someone who needs a little boost in the areas of smoothing and tightening, but not for someone with sensitive skin or low tolerance for discomfort. This stuff seems to really target the areas it is prescribed for, butt and abdomen, and I didn’t really see any results anywhere else I applied it. I had to give it some time, of course, and I won’t say this is your miracle cure of fix for cellulite and uneven skin, but I did see improvement before I stopped using it.
Interesting Side Notes
As a side note, I found this odd and interesting. I wondered how a lotion could be specifically tailored to just your abdomen and booty, so, of course, in the spirit of research, I tried it in a few other places. Oddly enough, I felt nothing when applied to my thighs and breast area or even my hands (I didn’t apply it to my hands, but rather with my hands). I only ever felt that tell-tale burn on my butt and abdomen area. Just thought that was worth mentioning.
You Can Find This Product Here
If you want to see for yourself, you can order your own Slim Extreme 3D Thermo Active Serum on Amazon.com, here. And if you’ve tried the Slim Extreme 3d Thermo Active Serum for yourself, I’d love to hear about your experience so feel free to share in a comment.
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