EVELINE Slim Extreme 3D Anti Cellulite Peeling Massage Shower Gel Review and Ingredients

Eveline is one of my favourite budget friendly companies, especially when it comes to body care, although they make make-up and skincare, too.

Slim Extreme 3D Anti Cellulite Peeling Massage Shower Gel is one of my favourite body exfoliator (others being L’Oreal Exfotonic which is discontinued and Sisley Foaming Exfoliant which is expensive).

Eveline Peeling Gel comes in a 200 ml flip top opening tube and retails for around $5. This is both the shower gel and exfoliator in one. It also claims that it helps to reduce cellulite in combination with Eveline anticellulite creams, but I haven’t tried it that way, so I cannot comment the claims.

The exfoliating beads are tiny, but there could be more of them – for my skin that amount of beads works if I use it daily. However, if I only use it from time to time, it is not strong enough.

A bonus is that it can be used as a 2 in 1 (especially if you don’t have sensitive skin) which makes it the perfect product for travelling.

As a shower gel, it foams up and it cleanses well. It has a slightly minty scent.

I like it, but I’m not sure I love it. However, for the price, it is still my favourite choice.

SISLEY Energizing Foaming Exfoliant Review

Sisley Energizing Foaming Exfoliator comes in a 150 ml plastic tube and retails for around $120.

I have tested the sample – it was enough for 4 uses on the legs and decollete.

In general I hate exfoliators because they are either too oily or have too harsh partickes (all the natural ones which for example use crushed almond peel as exfoliating particles or they put too much oil). I have found some good that I repurchase, but in general I avoid the exfoliation.

The consistency is a bit runny – I’d prefer it to be thicker. The exfoliating beads are medium sizeb. They are not too harsh, but they do a pretty good job of exfoliating. I would like if there were more beads.  The exfoliator really foams up when you massage it inot the skin – additional bonus, so you can use it instead of the shower gel.

After using it, the skin comes out clean and soft. It removes the dead cells well, without drying out the skin.It doesn’t irritate the skin and it helps with ingrown hairs.

The scent is really refreshing – lavender. However, it doesn’t linger for too long.

I really like it but while I currently can justify spenfing $120 on a moisturizer, I cannot spend $120 on something that will go down the drain, especially when there are some pretty good exfoliators at a considerably cheaper price (like L’Oreal Exfotonig, although I haven’t seen this one in the stores for a very long time ; and Eveline Anti-Cellulite exfoliator).

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AVENE Gentle Body Scrub Review

I’ve received a 10ml tube of this product as a GWP. I have already found my favourite exfoliator: L’Oreal Exfotonic and Eveline Anticellulite Peeling, but it never hurts to try new product.

Like it says in the name, this exfoliator is really gentle. It is filled with a lot of tiny beads (I love that), which effectively, but gently remove the dead skin cells.

Avene Gentle Body Scrub is a bit more expensive than I have expected (cca $20), but a little goes a long way, so the cost per use is not big.

I’m planning to use this scrub only on my decollete and neck. While I really like L’Oreal and Eveline scrubs, they seem a bit too harsh on this area. Avene is perfect.

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