Test 2022 / 2023: Which anti-cellulite cream is the best?

Test 2022 / 2023: Welche Anti Cellulite Creme ist die beste?

The big test 2022: The best anti-cellulite creams

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The top 5 products in the big anti-cellulite test 2022. A total of 15 testers were in action and evaluated Europe's top 5 products

Review Pryalesin Derma Cosmetics – Pryalesin

Pryalesin was founded in the USA in 2003 by two Germans. The company has its creams produced in Germany and wanted to bring "cream with German quality" to the USA. And it was worth it. The startup now has 12 shop-in-shop systems in the USA, where experienced beauticians look after customers.

Why number 1 and what makes Pryalesin so special?

It works! Thanks to the process developed by Pryalesin, which uses 2 combination creams that are coordinated with one another and work together to act on the body in almost a symbiotic way. The price of Pryalesin is also really cheap. It is important to note the high-dose ingredients and the quantity. In a set of 2 for €77, one can only costs €38.50, including free shipping throughout Europe.

In the test with: Laura, Annika and Gül (summary)

We were completely delighted with Pryalesin. The creams come in 2x250ml, which was enough for just over 4 weeks. All 3 of us noticed a clear improvement in cellulite. The biggest effect was seen in Annika with type 2/type 3 cellulite. All in all, the best product we were able to test. The only drawback, as with Clarins Body Lift Cellulite, is that it smells a bit like forest or menthol. (Only the night cream), but you don't notice this in the morning when the cream has been completely absorbed.

The price is a bit too high for us, but this statement is bordering on naive calculations. Pryalesin comes in 2x250ml with high-dose ingredients, which is more than double the price of Clarins, for example, and when we extrapolate, Pryalesin is a lot cheaper than the cream, which is also more effective for us.

Conclusion: Really deservedly number #1 in the test. As a specialist provider of anti-cellulite cream, Pryalesin is really worth a try for anyone looking for a high-quality cosmetic product with incredible long-term effects.

Ingredients: Cosmetics check passed

The testers liked the following:

Very good effect

Great results after just 2 weeks

Good price-performance ratio

The testers did not like the following:

Smell after cream the first 5 minutes

Apply twice a day (morning and evening)

Design tin (very simple pharmacy)

Review Clarins Body Lift Cellulite

According to our testers, Calrins Body Fit is a good, solid anti-cellulite cream that aims to reduce cellulite and prevent its further appearance, as well as increase skin elasticity. The advantage of Clarins Body Lift Cellulite Control is that it provides a cooling sensation and leaves a pleasant feeling of hydration.

The Clarins cellulite cream consists of a professionally balanced blend of ingredients. It contains plant extracts such as:

- Baccharis, an aromatic plant known for its detoxifying, antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory properties.

- Celosia has a great calming effect. It also slows down the expansion of fatty tissue.

- Auxins, substances extracted from sunflower stems, increase elasticity and flexibility, which has a tonic effect.

- Water mint inhibits the proliferation of fat cells and has a positive effect on the firmness of the skin.

- Horse chestnut extract promotes detoxification and microcirculation.

- Hazelnut provides protection against free radicals.

Julia and Nicole were partially convinced by the cream. It is good, and the first effects were already visible after 2 weeks. Unfortunately, these did not last as long as the testers would have liked. It helped Nicole, who only suffers from very mild type 1 cellulite.

Furthermore, it must be clearly stated here that in contrast to a cosmetics manufacturer such as La Shirock or Pryalesin Derma Cosmetics, Clarins has a completely different base, especially when it comes to influencer numbers and marketing. Therefore, we will not go into this in this text report and will rely entirely on the results of the two testers.

Ingredients: Cosmetics check passed

Aqua, Alcohol, Glycerin, Corylus avellana seed oil, Caffeine, Butylene glycol, Sodium coconut oil, Fragrance, Menthol, Atractyloides lancea root extract, Phospholipids, Celosia cristata, Extract- polyglycerol, Helianthus sunflower seed oil, Mentha aquatic

The testers liked the following:

Good against type 1 cellulite and effects after a relatively short time of only 2 weeks

Sealed bottle for more safety

The testers did not like the following:

Very strong smell similar to menthol

According to the testers, many of these are probably paid influencer partnerships that have nothing to do with the product itself. Extremely positive marketing dominates the most important search results here.

Review La Shirock Puoere

Stem cells from orchids. Organic technology at its finest. La Shirock is the only provider that doesn't really have anything to do with cellulite, but whose product is probably one of the best in the world. And you pay a hefty price for it, which also pushes "Puoere" into third place. Because at €189 for 30ml, this product is more for well-heeled luxury customers who can afford to order a jar for 2 weeks of use. But the instant lifting effect of Puoere is definitely worth the money. The formula for instant skin smoothing, which was actually developed to combat wrinkles, can be used universally, even if the manufacturer doesn't advertise it. LaShirock Puoere is usually available from selected cosmetic studios. Ordering from Amazon or eBay, for example, is not standard here. Our number 3 - stem cell DNA from orchids.

Ingredients: Cosmetics check passed

Aqua, Alcohol, Glycerin, Corylus avellana seed oil, Caffeine, Butylene glycol, Sodium coconut oil, Fragrance, Menthol, Atractyloides lancea root extract, Phospholipids, Celosia cristata, Extract- polyglycerol, Helianthus sunflower seed oil, Mentha aquatic

The testers liked the following:

Design of the can and cardboard box

Immediate effect & impressive results

The testers did not like the following:

Content: 30ml

Price: Just under 190€

Review Evelin Slim 3D Serum

The developers of the Polish cosmetic laboratory, Eveline Cosmetics, say they have created an innovative thermoactive slimming serum for body shaping. The composition of the cream consists of a warming formula (increases the temperature in the "problem areas"), caffeine (tightens the skin and, according to countless reviews, fights cellulite) and laminaria (restores metabolic processes).

The anti-cellulite cream from the Slim Extreme 3D line is designed to accelerate fat burning, reduce cellulite and, according to the manufacturer, make your waist, hips and buttocks curvier. Thanks to the exclusive Isocell Slim complex, the cream penetrates deep into the epidermis and accelerates metabolism and blood circulation, according to the manufacturer.

The anti-cellulite cream from Eveline Cosmetics is a relatively inexpensive anti-cellulite product. Apart from the thermoactive substances, we found few standardized ingredients against cellulite such as those used by Pryalesin, Clarins or Nivea. This was also shown by the test. The cream is "good." You could see slight changes and the testers described it as very warming and soothing on the skin. Unfortunately, the hoped-for wow effect was not achieved in this price range, which we naturally found very unfortunate.

All in all, this is a good cream or serum produced by the Polish brand Eveline.

Ingredients: Cosmetic check n/a

Isocell slim complex, Caffeine and centella asiatica, Laminaria algae

The testers liked the following:

The testers did not like the following:

Test report Nivea Q10 Good by Cellulite

The UVA/UVB filters contained in the cream composition protect your skin from harmful sun rays. This prevents skin aging and pigmentation.

Our testers found the smell a bit too sweet.

Nivea Q10 Energy Plus Anti-Cellulite Cream helps you make your skin silky and smooth. The carnitine stimulates the metabolism and improves blood circulation.

Nivea is a traditional brand but also one produced for the masses. The fact is: we all love the Nivea cream, which has been with us every day since childhood. The price-performance ratio is excellent. However, the UVA/UVB filters and some Q10 didn't really help us. The skin of our two testers became softer and smoother, but unfortunately we have to give it a point. The fact that the cream keeps the skin moisturized for a very long time is very positive and is highly recommended even if you don't have cellulite.

Ingredients: Cosmetics check passed

Aqua, Alcohol Denat., Cyclomethicone, Glycerin, Glyceryl Glucoside, Carnitine, Ubiquinone, Nelumbo nucifera leaf extract, Phenoxyethanol, Butylene glycol, Sodium Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, Sodium Carbomer, Chondrus crispus, Sodium Polyacrylate, Dimethiconol, Limonene, Linalool, Geraniol, Citral, Parfum, CI 42090

The testers liked the following:

The testers did not like the following:

Risk factors for the development of cellulite

In addition to the individual firmness of the connective tissue, a number of factors are now known that promote the development of cellulite. Being overweight, for example, not only influences the development of cellulite, but also its severity. This is actually quite logical: if the subcutaneous tissue stores large amounts of fat, this puts increased pressure on the connective tissue. The dents and bulges visible on the surface become more pronounced the more fat cells there are in the subcutaneous tissue. This effect can also be seen in women who are not generally overweight but tend to concentrate body fat in a certain problem area. For many, this is the bottom, others have rather strong thighs, and one or two simply tend to have bulges on their arms. And that is exactly where cellulite strikes.

Poor circulation can also increase the formation of cellulite. This is because it leads to a build-up of lymph fluid. This results in water retention, which in turn increases the pressure on the surrounding tissue. Poor circulation also hinders the supply of nutrients to the skin, meaning that important building blocks for stable connective tissue are missing. Poor circulation can be congenital, but can also occur as a side effect of stress, illness or medication. However, chronic lack of exercise is often considered to be the cause.

It's hardly surprising: Nicotine and alcohol have a generally negative effect on skin health. One of the reasons why skin ages faster as a result of smoking is free radicals that are released into the body with every cigarette. They damage the collagen in the skin and connective tissue, the structural protein that is responsible for the firmness of these parts of the body. If the connective tissue lacks collagen, it becomes more flexible - cellulite then has an easy time. In addition, nicotine constricts the blood vessels in the upper layers of the skin and disrupts the production of red blood cells. The result is poor circulation, and you already know that this can play a major role in the development of cellulite.

Alcohol does indeed expand the blood vessels and therefore stimulates general blood circulation. However, it also has a strong damaging effect on the collagen in your skin, so that its firming components are reduced when alcohol is consumed. In addition, alcohol promotes the accumulation of water retention and thus increases the pressure on the connective tissue. It therefore brings with it two factors that have a major influence on the development of cellulite.

The damaging effect of too much sun on the skin should not be underestimated. Those who want to conceal cellulite often rely on an attractive summer tan. The hope is that the unpleasant cellulite dimples will then be less noticeable. What may initially contribute to a visual improvement only makes the problem worse in the medium term. Extensive sunbathing is usually accompanied by a significant excess of skin-damaging UV radiation - enormous stress for the skin. Over time, it develops more pigment disorders and age spots, looks uneven and less smooth - an effect that visually accentuates the cellulite. If you have cellulite, the rule is: only enjoy the sun in moderation.


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