What You Should Know
Celluthin is a topical cellulite-reducing cream, that claims to use Aminophylline and other popular cellulite ingredients to supposedly reduce the appearance of cellulite. Joining the ranks of other popular cellulite creams, Celluthin claims to eliminate cellulite, reduce body fat, and improve the appearance of skin through its unique blend of ingredients. There is nothing radically different about its formulation or application that we could determine, and it seems to follow other cellulite creams to a T — simply apply the cream to the problem site, massage vigorously until it is absorbed, and let dry. Following the same formulation as other brands provides its own problems, and might reveal why Celluthin is not as popular as other cellulite-reducing creams. Celluthin does offer a 30-day money-back guarantee for interested participants, however.
Unlike other creams, you won’t find Celluthin in your local retailer — Celluthin is sold exclusively online through various online stores for $59.85 each. For an 8 oz. serving of this supposed miracle product, this is extremely expensive. There are additional discounts depending on which store you visit. Is Celluthin really the cellulite-blocking miracle it claims to be? It appears some of its ingredients do have backing as cellulite reducers.
Not Listed on Official Site: Purified water, Aminophylline, Yerbe Matte, Coleus Forskohli Extract, Oil of Peppermint, Carbomer, Triethanslamide, Liposomes, Butylparaben, Isobutylparaben, Isopropylparaben, Phenoxyethanol, D & C Red #28.
Celluthin utilizes Aminophylline and Peppermint Oil, which are both established cellulite reducers. Aminophylline is an asthma ingredient that also reduces the appearance of cellulite, according to several studies; peppermint oil is a stimulant that has a relaxing, stimulant effect on the skin. Combined together, both ingredients work to subtly reduce appearance of cellulite and uneven skin. According to studies Aminophylline must be paired with caffeine for any noticeable effect, however. It appears Celluthin might play some role in reducing cellulite, but it may not be as powerful as it looks.
- It uses Aminophylline, a proven cellulite reducer.
- Celluthin offers a 30 day money-back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied.
- Its application is easy and can be completed within a minute.
- It is extremely expensive, costing around $60.00 per 8oz bottle.
- It contains no caffeine.
- It is very similar to other cellulite-reducing agents.
- It does not back up its claims with any evidence.
- Obviously, the goal of this cream is to treat cellulite problem areas, not to help users lose pounds.
Celluthin may be more effective than other cellulite creams, but the price might be too much for consumers. Nevertheless, Celluthin offers some positive benefits that will appeal to anyone looking to reduce the appearance of cellulite. It is not a miracle cream, however, and will not have any long-lasting effects on the body. Preventing and reducing cellulite heavily depends on a person’s diet and exercise regimen – it is best to focus on those factors instead of a cream for long-term treatment.