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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Yonka’s CREME 155—slimming body sport cream

From Yonka headquarters:
CREME 155 is a comprehensive slimming regimen to trim the silhouette by contouring fatty tissue and alleviating water retention. It improves blood circulation, reduces tissue pressure, and prevents “spider veins.” This multi-active balm and strongly scented massage cream contributes to reshape the figure by acting on localized fatty deposits that are sensitive to the touch.

If you are concerned with edema (water retention) and/or cellulite, give Creme 155 a try. As with any and all anti-cellulite type creams and treatments, this cream can only do so much. Adipose tissue (fat) is important to the functioning of the body as a whole, so it is not designed to be completely eliminatednor should it. But using Creme 155 can help relieve edema and in some cases excesses of fatty buildup in the tissue.

Essential ingredients:
  • Maritime pine and burdock—slims and fights cellulite
  • Climbing ivy essential oil—reduces tissue pressure
  • Nutmeg—oxidizes fat
  • Capsicum—increases microcirculation
  • Cedar—reduces localized hypersensitivity
  • Yonka “Quintessence (essential oils of thyme, lavender, cypress, geranium, and rosemary essential oils)—nourish and balance skin
Directions for use:
  • Apply the cream morning and/or night:
  • After the shower or bath
  • Apply on slightly damp skin
  • Concentrate on the areas of concern
  • For a strengthened slimming effect, alternate with Creme 55
Specifics:
  • For slimming: Massage Creme 155 morning and evening into damp skin
  • For swollen legs: Morning use Creme 55 into damp skin. Evening use Phyto 152
  • For stretch marks, pregnancy, weight fluctuations: Starting from the first month of pregnancy, apply Creme 55 alone or mixed with Huile Corps daily over the abdomen and hips
  • For exercise relief: Before and after exercise, apply Creme 155 alone or mixed with Huile Corps
Huile Corps or Emulsion Concentrate may be applied over the cremes to intensify their action

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