Dermacut Review

Editor's Review: 3.5 / 5.0

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Dermacut claims to help the user lose more fat, gain that cut look and improve weight loss. There is a complete ingredient list on the official website, but none of the ingredients supports any of the weight loss or fat loss claims. We are surprised to see that none of the ingredients even include a stimulant to dehydrate the space between fat cells to make skin appear slimmer.

The official website uses pictures of men only. We assume this is because the cream is supposed to help the user achieve a “ripped” look. Women don’t usually aim for ripped abs, though that is not always the case.

List of Ingredients

Purified Water, Emulsifying Wax NF, Squalane, Cyclomethicone, Hyaluronic Acid, Sorbitan Laurate, Lauroyl Proline, Butylene Glycol, Chenopodium Quinoa Seed Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylhexylglycerin, FD&C Red, FD&C Blue.

Product Features

The first ingredient in Dermacut is water. If the dieter wants to consume more water, drinking it would be a healthier option. Several ingredients in the list are common in creams. They hold the active ingredients together in cream form so Dermacut can be applied to the skin.

Hyaluronic acid is a common anti-aging ingredient in skin care products. It has no effect on fat loss or metabolism. Quinoa is a grain with a high fiber and protein content. We have no idea why Dermacut includes a grain in the fat loss cream.

The only two active ingredients in Dermacut have no effect on fat loss. This supplement is not going to slim the skin, increase metabolism, boost weight loss or energy. We cannot find anything the cream will do aside from hydrate the skin.

The cost of Dermacut $24.88. This is a high price to pay for a skin lotion.

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Advantages

  • All ingredients are listed on the official Dermacut website.
  • The consumer can order the product directly.

Disadvantages

  • None of the ingredients help slim the body.
  • Dermacut will not affect metabolism or weight loss.
  • The price is far higher compared to other skin moisturizing creams.

Conclusion

The weight loss industry is full of great products and horrible products. Dermacut falls into the horrible category. There are no active ingredients to boost weight loss or slim the look of fat. While we do not like cellulite creams, at least they have a proven slimming effect on the look of cellulite. Dermacut does not have any such effect. The claims of achieving greater weight loss and that “ripped” look are untrue. Dieters wishing to lose weight would be better served with a weight loss supplement created with all-natural proven weight loss ingredients. These ingredients include green tea, chromium and caffeine.

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Editor: Paul Blake

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