What You Should Know
When individuals exercise, there is the chance muscles will tire. Excessive amounts of exercise could potentially take away energy. The result is less muscle growth or more importantly a lack of motivation to continue. Enerjel is a product claiming to reduce fatigue in the muscles by adding vital ingredients directly thought the skin. The topical energy cream rolls on and the effects are immediate. Several big name athletes stand behind the product, but we did not find clinical trials or scientific research associated with Enerjel. Will the product assist with weight loss or is Enerjel just another fad product? We will see.
List of Ingredients
- Anhydrous Caffeine
- White Willow Bark
- Grapeseed Oil
- Potassium Chloride
Enerjel is a topical energy designed to reduce muscle fatigue and energize specific muscles. The product moves through the dermal region into specific muscles. The product claims to provide relief for a sustained period. Using the product is simple. Shake the container and roll onto the skin. Enerjel is available on the official website for $20. This is quite expensive considering the product is not backed by scientific research.
When we took a closer look at the product and noticed there was no information relating to clinical trials. There are several professional athletes endorsing the products, but no information on the effectiveness. We then ask the question, “Does Enerjel actually work”.
We looked at the ingredient listing and noticed caffeine included. Caffeine is a proven weight loss ingredient. The unfortunate side of caffeine in this particular product is the amount. The amount of caffeine listed is 70mg. This equated to one cup of coffee. Individuals could potentially apply too much Enerjel and experience a potentially dangerous heart rate. An additional ingredient is White Willow Bark, an Aspirin alternative. Similar to caffeine, potential dangerous side effects could occur when the product is not used in its intended form.
- Enerjel is compact.
- The products are applied to the affected area.
Enerjel is expensive.
- The product could potentially cause extreme heart palpitations.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The product is not backed by clinical research.
- There are no clinical trials associated with the product.
We like products designed to reduce pain and allow individuals to actively exercise and achieve weight loss goals. Enerjel could potentially work, but not without potential side effects. The use of caffeine in a supplement is great, but overuse could lead to dangerous side effects. Dieters could experience accelerated heart rates in the event Enerjel is not used properly. On top of the potential side effects, the price is high and there are no guarantee of weight loss.