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Borghese Tackles Cellulite

November 30, -0001

Borghese says its new anti-cellulite treatment, Forma Bella Body Contour Crème, is packed with “uniquely innovative and effective ingredients.” Formulated as an emulsion for better absorption, ingredients include caffeine, guarana, ginger, cinnamon and iodine to help reduce the appearance of dimpling, cellulite and scars, improve microcirculation and provide a cooling effect. Algae and pullulan help tighten and firm the skin, while CO Q-10 Complex provides antioxidant protection. Borghese’s Acqua di Vita Complex and palm-derived emollients revitalize the skin and help it retain moisture. The company’s Forma Bella Body Contour Scrub, which has been formulated to work with Forma Bella Body Contour Crème, features a blend of guarana and zedomine extracts that warm the skin, modify lymphatic drainage and improve microcirculation, which helps to diminish the appearance of cellulite.
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