Kylie Jenner Has Found the Miracle Product for Your Body…Well Maybe

People are going wild over 17-year-old Kylie Jenner’s PureLeef “endorsed” Instagram the teen mogel posted over the weekend, we use the term “endorsed lightly as is seems the post was unsolicited by PureLeef. Anyway, the teen beauty has recently become idolized by her controversial, slightly cartoonish curves and admits that PureLeef’s body-plumping creams are her secret.

So why in the word do people care if she endorsed the product or not? They don’t! They are more concerned whether or not the plumping cream actually works.

Jenner captioned her Instagram post with, “I love sharing my beauty secrets with you guys and this is a favorite! I started seeing results after only a month of consistent use. Love their products. #curvesonfleek.”

PureLeef has deemed itself a “modern day miracle” and a cost-effective alternative to plastic surgery. They Claim that it’s “all natural” products revitalize the body’s own fat generation to enhance the appearance of curves, like lifting and adding volume to your breasts, or boosting the shape of your butt. It has everyone thinking it is way too good to be true!

The Butt and Body Plumping Cream, $47, and the Breast Pumping Lotion, $49 contain plant-based active ingredients including essential oils, like coconut and grape seed, ultra-moisturizing hyaluronic acid, and Sarsasapogenin and Macelignan, which are known to aid fat cell formation to restore fullness. But that aside, Marie Claire asked dematologist Rachel Nazarian, M.D., at Schweiger Dermatology Group to weigh in on this “miracle product”. Here is what she said:

“While these creams do contain active ingredients linked to stimulating fat cells, as well as act as antioxidants that are anti-inflammatory, it may offer some temporary improvement of cellulite, but nothing dramatic,” explains Nazarian. “Often these studies are done in labs, not on humans—and just because something works in the lab on cells, doesn’t mean it’ll have the same result when applied topically. To promise fat plumping when applied topically, especially after only a month, seems unlikely.”

So, it would appear to be too good to be true ladies. Don’t waste your money. You will not look like Kylie Jenner after a month of using the product.

Sorry Ladies!

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