I received Skin Tight’s Firming Body Lotion from Nourish Skin Tight via Tomoson.com for free to try out for myself. I am not required to write a review, nor am I being paid for this post on this product. All opinions below are my own.
I haven’t tried very many firming creams in the past. in fact its been about 10 years since I tried one, so I don’t have much experience with them, and not much to compare this sample too, but I was really excited to try the Nourish Skin Tight body firming lotion anyway, and see If I actually did see some results!
When I got my Nourish Skin Tight firming lotion in French Vanilla, I immediately dived in and smoothed it out over my upper thighs (inner, outer, and butt) as well as my tummy! I loved the scent! It smells absolutely delicious! I also loved that there is no weird tingling or anything with this product. It goes on just like a regular lotion, but the Omega Blend and Green tea used in this product, actually help shed dead skin cells, as well as stimulate collagen production, leaving skin looking younger, and firmer.
Like any anti-aging cream for your face. Its hard to measure how effective a skin tightening cream for your body is. You can’t really tell a difference from pictures sometimes, and measuring the area probably won’t do any good either, so this review is based strictly on how my skin felt after using this product, and from what I could tell just by looking at the areas I used my skin tightening lotion on.
I’ve been using the lotion for about 3 weeks, morning and night, and my bottle is nearly gone. I loved that the lotion was easy to use and my skin soaked it up right away. Its not greasy and its not so thick that it takes forever to rub in. I love the scent and loved that there was no tingling or any weird side effects. After the first few uses during my first week, I did notice lots of shedding, mostly on my legs. It could’ve been the lotion from using it twice a day, or maybe it was some noticeable dead skin cells, or a combination of both. I’m not really sure but after the first week of using my Nourish Skin Tight lotion, that shedding went away.
About 2 weeks in I was looking in the mirror, and although I didn’t notice much of a difference on my thighs and butt, my tummy did actually seem tighter and felt a little firmer. (I am in the process of buying a house, selling mine, and about a hundred other things right now, so I haven’t been eating as much, so that could be part of it, but I also haven’t been working out as regularly either, so who knows?!)
Just sitting here feeling my skin on my belly and thighs, it actually does feel firmer than it did before I started using this lotion. I still have a lot of my regular thigh dimples and puckering, but touching my skin is where I notice the biggest difference while using this lotion.
Overall, like I said I haven’t had much experience with firming lotions, so I really didn’t know what to expect and I didn’t have anything to compare my Nourish Skin Tight lotion too, but I did notice a tighter looking tummy while using this product (either due to the lotion or my circumstances at the moment, or a combination of both) but my skin definitely does feel tighter both on my legs and tummy.
I would continue using this product, especially because the scent is so great anyway and it moisturizes as well as a lotion, but you get those added firming and tightening benefits, except it does cost about twice as much as a regular lotion. Nourish Skin Tight Body Firming lotion is also the best selling skin tightening lotion on the internet right now too, which might also help your decision to give it a try!
If you are looking to tighten up and firm up some skin and don’t mind paying a little more for a lotion. I say go for it! Give the Nourish Skin tight body firming lotion a try and see for yourself!
Interested in trying out this firming lotion for yourself? You can buy it HERE on Amazon, and be sure to check out some of their other fabulous scents while you’re there!
**I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.