What You Should Know
AmiLean is a dietary supplement company focusing on health and wellness products. The company manufactures detox supplements, raspberry ketones and a slimming lotion. Several of the products do not list information relating to clinical trials or scientific research. Instead, the company uses information from Dr. Oz. Dr. Oz endorses several products, but are AmiLean products the real deal?
List of Ingredients
- Capric Triglyceride
- Cetyl Alcohol
- Glyceryl Stearate
- PEG-75 Stearate
- Isopropyl Palmitate
- Butylene Glycol
- Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Glycerides
- Hydrogenated Palm Glycerides
- Dehydroacetic Acid
- Benzyl Alcohol
- Vanillyl Butyl Ether
- Hydrogenated Lecithin
- Xanthan gum
- Tocpheryl Acetate
- Propylene Glycol
- Camelia Oleifera Leaf Extract
- Grape Seed Extract
- Alcohol Denat
- PEG Hydrogenated Caster Oil
- Capsicum Frutescens Fruit Extract
- Disodium EDTA
- Retinyl Palmitate
- Ascorbic Acid
- Aleuites Moluccana Seed Oil
- Coleus Forskohlii Root Extract
- Glycolic Acid
AmiLean is a topical cream used to firm the skin and reduce the appearance of cellulite throughout the body. Individuals apply AmiLean a minimum of twice daily and within five weeks, you notice results. This is what the manufacturer claims. There is no information available on the website providing evidence of clinical trials. There is no information relating to scientific research. Throughout the website, there is information relating to one of the ingredients, Aminophylline. This “magic” ingredient supposedly creates weight loss. The ingredient is used primarily in asthma medications. Again, there is no information supporting the claims.
We found the product on the official website as well as on third-party ecommerce sites such as Amazon.com for $32.50. This is quite expensive for a topical cream with no information relating to efficacy.
- The product is available on the official website.
- You have the ability to review the ingredient listing on the website.
- The product contains a proven weight loss ingredient.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The product only contains one proven weight loss ingredient.
- AmiLean is expensive.
- There is no evidence of scientific research or clinical trials associated with AmiLean.
There is no magic cure for cellulite and weight loss. Dieters do not have the ability to use a topical cream and lose weight. Weight loss and weight management takes time, hard work and effort. The cream would potentially tighten localized area, which creates the illusion of weight loss, but in essence, the skin is merely firm. Even if the product were a dietary supplement, there is only one proven weight loss ingredient listed caffeine. There are no links to clinical trials or scientific research. Instead of paying $32.50 for a cream not proven to work, dieters could simply change diet and exercise patterns.