Belly Mud Review

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What You Should Know

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Belly Mud is a topical cream that promises to help you burn fat and get rid of excess belly skin. Most topical weight loss products never work like they say they will, but even still, we will take a closer look at the product to see how it works and if it can help anyone who wants to lose weight and improve the way their body looks.

List of Ingredients

Belly Mud contains the following ingredients: Deep sea mud, LipoCare, Matrixyl peptide, Hyaluronic Acid, and Omega blend.

Product Features

Belly mud is a cream which is applied all over the stomach prior to wrapping the abdomen in cloth. The idea is that by wrapping the body for an extended period of time, you will lose weight. Yes, technically speaking you will lose weight, but the weight you lose will be water you sweat out as a result of the compression of the wrap. As it is only water weight and not fat weight, you will quickly regain the weight. The ingredients in the formula are good for your skin, but some of the ingredients are hidden in a proprietary blend, and there is not a single ingredient in the formula that will burn fat. Matrixyl peptide and hyaluronic acid are known to help keep the skin tight, and reduce signs of aging because they help produce collagen and elastin production in the body.

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Advantages

  • Belly Mud does have ingredients that are good for overall skin health.
  • There are no auto-ship programs forcing repeated use of this product on you.

Disadvantages

  • Wraps produce water weight loss, rather than fat loss.
  • There are no fat burners in this formula.
  • At 39.95 per bottle, this is a cheaper alternative to spa wraps, but still fairly expensive for temporary weight loss.

Conclusion

Those who are concerned about weight loss should turn to real solutions for fat loss, rather than relying on quick water weight loss for a temporary answer. A topical weight loss cream will never work because the transdermal method does not generally allow enough of the ingredients get to where they need to go in the body to do any good. Even if the transdermal delivery method did work well, there are no ingredients in this formula that would promote the loss of fat. Instead, it is important to follow a balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables, and do a combination of strength training and cardiovascular workouts at least three to six days a week. For even better weight loss results, you should combine diet and exercise with a proven weight loss supplement that contains either a fat burner or appetite suppressant or a combination of the two.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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