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Modele Anti Wrinkle Body Treatment

Reviewing: Modele Intensive All Over Body Cream  |  Rating:
lexxia By lexxia on
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This review (and another one from this manufacturer for lips) is proof positive that if you stick the word "Sale" in front of me and include enticements such as 75% off - you'll be certain to have my attention! I have tried some of the Modele beauty line and the majority of items I've liked. This particular Intensive All Over Body Treatment Anti-Wrinkle cream however, is something that I think is just a bit of overkill. I don't have the "intense" wrinkles that this treatment is suppose to attack so I really can't say (or judge) whether it would actually live up to it's claim to treat deep lines.

I didn't need "intensive Anti-Wrinkle" cream, secondly I certainly didn't need the size of tube that this was - which is 200ml (6.6 oz) but as a moisturizing cream I have to say it goes on very nicely, isn't greasy and a little goes a long way. This tube will last me a very, very long time.

The scent is very pleasant, barely noticeable but with a fresh base to it which I like. I initially thought I'd use it on my face but since trying it I noticed that if I did use it there my face would have a burning sensation and little patches of red irritated areas would show up. So obviously it isn't quite the "all over body" treatment it claims to be.

Using it on places like arms, legs, neck etc., didn't pose any problems so every so often I do use it and it does seem to keep my skin nicely conditioned.

The ingredients are mainly ones that I can't even begin to fathom their origin - except for Aqua - but given the burning my face experienced when using it there, I think it's safe to say this isn't for those with sensitive skin and perhaps that's why it's considered "intensive" - because of some very potent ingredients that are meant to really attack skin that needs it.

Would I have paid the actual price for it - definitely not. For $3.00 however, I think I've found a moisturizing cream that works to nourish some areas of the body. All over though - I'd say not a chance.

If someone has very deep wrinkles - this may prove to be very beneficial as it does reduce fine lines and give the skin an overall smooth appearance, but I'd say don't purchase this if your main concern is the facial area - especially if you will be paying full price for it as it could prove to be a shelf-sitter.