In the weeks that led to this review, I figured out whether Dermacut actually works. We at DietSpotlight did one of our comprehensive reviews, scrutinizing the ingredients, side effects, clinical studies and customer-service quality. Furthermore, we read hundreds of comments and experiences we found on the internet. Lastly, we summarized and compressed the information we collected to give you the facts you need.
What is Dermacuts?
To begin, Dermacut is a “fat emulsifying gel” that is rubbed into problem areas such as the tummy, thighs, lower back, buttocks, love handles and upper arms. This should be applied (massaged into the skin) once or twice a day, and it works best if used before a workout. It is supposed to help reduce body fat, tighten the skin and help you look “ripped.” The ingredients are Adiposlim, Adiposless, Hyaluronic Acid, Squalane and Purified Water.
We are unsure when Dermacut was first released, but this topical fat loss gel is available on the official website. It is made by Pharmaxa Labs, and it can be used by women and men alike. There is a helpful FAQ section, as well as a few customer success stories, but read on…
Skin Irritation – “Concerning?”
The first concern we had with Dermacut ingredients was skin irritation. According to our Research Editor, “The formula contains dyes such as Blue 1 and Red 40. These artificial colors have been linked to skin irritation. We noticed that some customers complained of a rash and/or redness after using it.”
“Causes tiny red bumps on my skin. Don’t plan to use this gel again,” said one customer.
“This gel gave me a serious rash! No thanks! Not going to buy this a second time,” commented another user.
Lack of Real Results – “Another Concern”
There is not much clinical research to support the actual effectiveness of Dermacut. In fact, one customer stated, “This gel does NOTHING. No fat loss at all!”
“Not worth the money. I can’t tell any difference. The fat is still there,” mentioned another individual.
Our research has shown if there is some particular part of a fat loss product or diet program that is especially troublesome (skin irritation, lack of real results, high price) the likelihood of long-term success is slim. Therefore if Dermacut does fail to produce in a lot of people, this could definitely be a deal breaker.
The Science – “Solid?”
First off, there is some “science” mentioned on the official website. However, we could not find any solid clinical research to support this. For us at DietSpotlight, we need to see some real studies that back up the product’s ingredients and fat loss claims, or else we see a big red flag.
The Bottom Line – Does Dermacut Work?
So, should you run out and buy Dermacut? Well, we like that it is suitable for both women and men, and this gel is easy to apply. On the other hand, we have some reservations because it’s not backed by any solid science. Also, we’re concerned about the lack of real fat loss results and the skin irritation this product may cause.
If you’d like to get rid of more fat, then we suggest you go with a product that contains clinically tested ingredients for weight-loss, does not cause many negative side effects and comes with excellent customer service.
Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. Its formula is a unique blend of four ingredients, which have been shown in published clinical tests to help increase fat loss and boost metabolism. We can’t find many complaints of side effects and user comments posted online indicate people are seeing solid results.
The makers of Leptigen are so positive about their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which is uncommon.