DermaTherm Target Review

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DermaTherm Target is a topical fat loss treatment that works to reduce the look of cellulite at the area where the lotion is applied. These creams are typically laced with a caffeine or caffeine alternative that dehydrates the water between fat cells. When the water is pulled out of the body, the fat cells smooth out and the area may actually look thinner. Unfortunately, the treatments can take several applications and require continuous treatment for the area to continue appearing thinner. No fat loss occurs with a topical fat loss treatment.

List of Ingredients

Theophylline, Raspberry Ketone, Evodiamine, Trans-cinnamaldehyde, Distilled Water, Grape Spirits, Aloe Vera, Ethoxy Diglycol, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Jojoba Oil, Emu Oil, Squalene, Tocopherol Acetate, Chamomile Extract, Isopropyl Myristate, Green Tea Extract, Cetyl Palmitate, Sorbitan Palmitate, Sorbitan Olivate, Glyceryl Stearate, PEG 100 Stearate, Glycerin, Dimethicone, Strontium Nitrate, Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose, Tetrahydropiperine, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium PCA, Sodium Hydroxide.

Product Features

The first ingredient in DermaTherm Target is Theophylline. Theophylline is a stimulant that works just like caffeine when applied to the skin. According to the product description, raspberry ketones and Evodiamine work to increase fat loss, but this is not a proven claim nor is it an accurate claim. Fat loss occurs in the body when heart rate is increased. This is why most fat burners will have a stimulant ingredient. Topical creams do not increase heart rate significantly enough for the body to burn more fat.

The final claim worth mentioning is the fact that the manufacturers of DermaTherm Target claims scientific proof for fat loss associated with the product. There are no links to these supposed clinical trials, but there is a link to a complimentary product called Fat Loss Stack. Fat Loss Stack included green tea, conjugated linoleic acid and DermaTherm Target.

DermaTherm Target sells for $39.95 for a 60 day dose when used as directed on a small area of skin. Application to larger areas or more frequent application could mean the lotion will last fewer days.

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Advantages

  • All ingredients are listed on the official website.

Disadvantages

  • Spot reducers are not proven to boost fat loss.
  • The area where the lotion is applied will be dehydrated with a caffeine-like ingredient.
  • The small amount of lotion can only be used on small areas of skin to last 60 days.

Conclusion

There is nothing wrong with wanting to fat reduce in a small area of the body to wear that slinky dress out on the town. With regular use, DermaTherm Target may provide just that benefit, but the fat is still there. Fat loss is not associated with topical creams and the claims made by this product are not backed up with the scientific support they claim.

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    missy kellam

    I am allergic to citrus . Does this product contain citrus in any form .

    thanks

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