For centuries women have always wanted bigger butts. The ideal is curves, and in particular the volume and shape of the buttocks. Before the time of plastic surgery, women often relied on fashion or other deceptive measures to portray larger, curvier, and exaggerated buttocks. Thankfully today there are other avenues. Natalias Magic Skin Care Build a Butt Cream is modern day miracle cream that uses science and nature to boost the volume and shape of the buttocks. Using natural active ingredients to stimulate the body’s own fat generation, it is a safe and painless way to gain delightful bottom curves. Topically applied to the area, it goes straight to work, naturally in uencing the growth of adipose tissue, resulting in more volume and a shapelier butt. Turn heads and drop jaws without having to resort to dangerous or extreme buttocks enhancement surgery, thanks to this viable and smart alternative. Results can be seen QUICKER when you workout!
• Helps increase buttocks volume
• Helps increase the curves and contour of the buttocks
• Uses safe and natural ingredients
How it works:
Using two natural and safe actives to stimulate your body’s own fat production exclusively at the area on which the lotion is applied, Natalia’s Magic Skin Care is the perfect Butt enhancement choice.
Two key ingredients extracted from natural resources boost the skin’s ability to generate fat cells, helping to improve volume and definition naturally.
The first ingredient is Sarsaspogenin. This wonderful extract is derived from the roots of the Asian botanical Anemarrhena Asphodeloides.
It exhibits the ability to promote the natural differentiation and proliferation of lipids which leads to an increase of adipocyte volume in
the fatty tissue. It gradually stimulates the installation and development of a subcutaneous fat layer which provides a plumper, less wrinkled appearance.
The second key active is Macelignan. This remarkable lignin is derived from nutmeg and helps increase adipose tissue through stimulation of the PPAR-Y2 receptors. These receptors are largely responsible for regulating the expression of genes involved in the adipogenesis process. (Fat cell production)