Celluplant Review

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One of the most common concerns among Americans today is the existence of cellulite. Cellulite is the fat buildup that sometimes happens even in spite of efforts to keep it down. There are many products on the market that make claims of being able to get rid of cellulite, but very few of them can really deliver on their promises. It’s generally accepted that the best ways to get rid of cellulite and lose weight effectively are to have a good diet and exercise plan. Without these, on type of supplement will really work no matter what miracle ingredients it’s said to contain. Celluplant is one of these products. It contains a mixture of different herbs and compounds found in nature to fight cellulite without the use of a lot of chemicals. This may be appealing to some, but if artificial components will work, they should be used as long as they’re safe.


Celluplant seems to mainly come in two different components that are intended to be used together. The Celluplant tisane is a drink mix that you’re instructed to have twice a day, morning and evening over two weeks. It has Green Tea, Pineapple Stem, Ginkgo Biloba, and Gotu Kola.

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Green Tea is an agent that usually increases the body’s metabolism like a thermogenic compound which helps weight loss. Unfortunately, this means that there’s likely a large amount of caffeine, which is a diuretic. This can be dangerous. However, green tea has less than a fourth of what you’d find in coffee, so this is good. The other ingredients in Celluplant seem to mainly be geared towards anti-inflammation and other things that weight loss. Caffiene and green tea are the only really active ingredients, and it seems they aren’t as widely effective in a healthy way as thought.

The official website sells this product for about $99.75.

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  • If this product is able to aid in weight loss even temporarily, it might be effective as a short-term remedy for cellulite. However, we want to recommend being cautious.
  • The official website is up and running.


  • It really doesn’t seem like Celluplant has many ingredients that have to do with weight loss or anti-cellulite treatments. Caffeine, which is in green tea, might be a short-term agent, but it’s also dangerous to rely on it for too long because it can dehydrate the body.
  • The website offers very little reassurance that this product works – we could also find little information elsewhere online.


Given the lack of properly proven effective ingredients, we would recommend looking elsewhere for a product to help fight cellulite. Although Celluplant might have some temporary benefits, it really doesn’t seem to have anything that will ensure long-term success. We recommend also having a diet and exercise regimen that will improve your body’s health, in addition to any supplements you might want to take.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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