Friday, May 10, 2013

[Review] Audrey Christian - PUSH UP Breast, Neck & Tummy Cream

I was given the opportunity to review Audrey Christian's new product - PUSH UP Breast, Neck & Tummy cream by CozyCot. Trust me, it wasn't a smooth ordeal for CozyCot, and I truly appreciate the effort made by them in order to let me have this review.

Initially, I expected a trial sample (maybe a small tube) to be provided for review but when I opened the parcel, I was surprised to see an actual size of the product delivered!

That would be an introduction brochure on Audrey Christian's PUSH UP series and the Breast, Neck & Tummy Cream beautifully packed in the parcel for me.

What this cream does is to stimulate your skin to regenerate and product new tissue and cells. By doing so, it fights off scars, wrinkles and firms the sagging skins on all parts of your body, such as neck, chest and tummy. If you are pregnant, you can even use this cream to prevent stretch marks during your pregnancy.

Audrey Christian's Breast, Neck & Tummy cream is not simply for use in stretch mark prevention. It is also used to firm sagging skins on other parts of your body, not just breast, neck or tummy. And so, in the few weeks I have tried the cream, I first used it on my neck, as I was told.

There are lines on your neck, everyone does. However, this cream will NOT make those necklines disappear! What I did find out was that everytime I used the cream on my neck (I used it twice a day - morning and night), I will feel my neck tightened after a while. The skin on my neck used to be slightly bouncy before I used the cream but after a few weeks, I do feel my skin on the neck area more firm now. It was a pity it couldn't be shown or visible on a photo, else I'm sure to put it up here. I can't be absolutely sure if the product is working as intended, but I do see slight difference upon using it.

I believe actively using this cream stimulates our body to produce collagen, which is very important when it comes to body firming.

I will also like to emphasise the fact that I have sensitive skin (pretty sensitive I would say), yet I have no allergic reaction to this cream, though I found Perfum being used as one of its ingredients. So yes, this cream, as far as I experienced, can be used on people with sensitive skin. For the benefit of people who is concerned over the ingredients used in this cream, here it is:

Aqua, Kigelia africana (Sausage Tree) Fruit Extract, Ricinus communis (Castor Oil Plant) Seed Oil, Prunus armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Polyglyceryl-3 Methylglucose Distearate, Glycerin, Isopropyl Palmitate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethiconol, Glyceryl Polymethacrylate, Rahnella/Soy Protein Ferment, Propylene Glycol, Peg-8, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Carbomer, Cetearyl Alcohol, Aminomethyl Propanol, Perfum, Methylisothiazolinone, Phenethyl Alcohol, Ppg-2-Methyl Ether.

My experience in using this cream has been quite pleasant and I will really like to try on other areas of my body. It will really be a waste to just test it on the neck since I was given such a hefty size of a product to review, which probably can only show visible result to a certain extend. I read up on the brochure sent to me along with the cream that it is able to reduce cellulite as well so I will most likely going to try using it on my thighs where my cellulite dominates, though mine's not so serious. Perhaps that may show visible results (I certainly hope so! Yeah to no cellulite!).

I will give myself some time (maybe a month or so) to try the cream on my thigh to see if there will be improvement to it. Afterwhich, I will update the results back here, good or bad.


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