Once the moment comes when we begin to feel free to wear a bikini or short skirt and frustrated, looking in the mirror. These feelings are familiar to many who have already faced the first manifestations of cellulite. Moreover, not even afraid of dimples on the skin, but the fact that they generate complexes that prevent us from feeling free, compelling, desirable and confident in myself. Sedentary lifestyle, lack of regular physical exercise, poor diet only exacerbate the situation: The skin quickly loses its elasticity, and in some places is similar to orange peel … This is a problem faced by almost every woman. What do you do? History of the anti-cellulite funds has more than a decade, but we have never been so close to solving the problem! For now Dove is the modeling of new generation – a unique body whey Dove Impeccable silhouette that will take care of your skin problem areas. Lara Ramdin (Lara Ramdin), Director of the European Innovation Centre companies Unilever, Germany: “Intensive Serum Dove Body Perfect silhouette – the result is absolutely a new approach to the creation of anti-cellulite treatment facilities. Clinically proven to be laid in its foundation complex triple action helps to effectively get rid of the visible appearance of cellulite.
” Poll Results * Women who have already experienced the effect of Perfect Serum Dove silhouette, speak volumes: 73% noticed a decrease visible signs of cellulite, 74% agreed that the skin problem areas become noticeably more toned and firm, 75% reported that their silhouette was more complete. Regularly using the serum for Dove Body Perfect silhouette, you’ll notice how not only your body but your life will change for the better! Because now you can effectively take care of smoothness and elasticity of your skin, even if you do not have time to visit the gym. The results will be noticeable after the first application and you want to move on – to the health, beauty, beautiful mood and new life. Impeccable silhouette – the green light! * The study was conducted by independent research centers in June-July 2008 with the participation of more than 200 women.