It’s that time of year again when I start planning what things I will be eating and drinking over the festive period and how I’m going to try and lose the extra weight in January!!
As you get older its easier to put weight on and harder to lose it and as for cellulite this is something that seems to stay forever. When Lytess asked me to review their Anti-Cellulite Pedal Pushers I didn’t need persuading!!
About Lytess Anti -Cellulite Pedal Pushers:
Lytess is the world leader in ‘Cosmeto-textiles’, garments with micro capsules containing an exclusive cosmetic formula, which gets rid of cellulite. The Lytess Anti-Cellulite leggings contain a formula of Oleo resins and Mango Butter, which smooth dimpled skin around the waist, thigh and buttock. The patented formula stimulates blood circulation, which helps to flush out toxins and reduce the appearance of cellulite.
How to get rid of Cellulite with the Lytess Anti-Cellulite Pedal Pushers:
Wearing the Anti-Cellulite range for 8 hours a day, for five days a week over a total period of 28 days, you could see up to a 46% reduction in cellulite . While you’re getting on with your life, the leggings are doing the hard work for you.
What I think of the Lytess Anti Cellulite Pedal Pushers:
I got sent 2 pairs of the Anti Cellulite Pedal Pushers to try, having previously worn the Lytess Slimming Leggings a few weeks ago. Which I was impressed with. (see review on link).
The first thing you notice is the quality of the material. Apparently they are made from a micro-massaging fabric with added cosmetics that soften the appearance of dimpled skin. The mixture of oleoresins and mango butter helps to smooth wrinkled skin and decrease the dimple that concentrates around the waist, hips, stomach, buttocks and thighs. Whether this means anything to my legs is another matter?!
The other thing you notice is that they looked really small and I wondered if my big bum would fit in something that looked the size of my daughters shorts!
After a bit of wriggling I got into them and was really surprised how strong the fabric was as I thought they might split ( but they didn’t). Once on they did fit and everything was well tucked in. There was not as much give in them as the Lytess leggings.
I could only manage these for a few hours a day because these feel really tight (on my legs) the s/m is size 8-14 but I would say if you are going to try these and are a size 12 go for the next size up because I am a 10-12 and these were just too tight.
I like the idea of these Pedal Pushers and liked how the leggings left little dimples in your skin, giving you a real sense that they are working but until my fitness regime is back on track and I lose a bit of weight I can’t say for sure if anything worked.
I would like to think they work and I’m looking forward to wearing them next year. They do hold everything in though (just a little too much for me) great for wearing under your clothes when going out and want to look slimmer…. However in January I may be running to put them on if over indulgence gets hold!
Take the Lytess challenge?
New year, no cellulite. It’s January again. You’ve over-indulged during the festive season, your skin has the appearance of orange peel and you don’t like what you see when you look in the mirror! But what if you could reduce cellulite just by wearing a new item of clothing? Sound too good to be true? With Lytess it’s possible in just 28 days!
Available in black and white RRP £49-99.
I got sent 2 pairs of Lytess Pedal Pushers to try for review and this is my honest opinion I was not paid for this post…