Rodial Crash Diet Review
What You Should Know
Rodial Crash Diet is a gel that is applied to the skin to reduce the look of cellulite. According to the product description, the gel is scientifically proven to break down fat. This is not proven. Any fat breakdown that occurs after caffeine gels are applied to the skin results in re-absorption of the fat by surrounding cells. The fat does not melt away and get flushed out of the body as some supplement companies want the dieter to believe. The active ingredient in Rodial Crash Diet is the same active ingredient found in other cellulite gels – caffeine. Caffeine works to reduce the look of cellulite, but the result is only temporary.
List of Ingredients
- Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Protein
- Polysorbate 80
- Sambucus Nigra Flower Extract
- Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/ VP Copolymer
- Propylene Glycol, Galactoarabinan
- Punica Granatum (Pomegranate) Extract
- Spirulina Platensis Extract
- Soy Isoflavones
- Butylene Glycol
- Glyceryl Acrylate/Acrylic Acid Copolymer
- Sodium Polyacrylate
- Disodium EDTA
Rodial Crash Diet is a gel that is applied to the skin to reduce the look of cellulite. This gel uses caffeine to dehydrate the space between fat cells. Essentially, when the space between fat cells is plumped up with body fluids, the fat cells spread apart and leave the skin looking lumpy. By dehydrating the space between the cells, the skin appears smoother, thinner and the lumpy look disappears.
Gels like Rodial Crash Diet must be used consistently to maintain the slimmer look. Once the dieter stops using the gel, the fluid will return between the cells and the lumpy look returns. Any claims of fat being melted away and pushed out of the body are not based on fact. Any fat broken down while using Rodial Crash Diet gel is absorbed by surrounding fat cells.
- The ingredient list for Rodial Crash Diet is available online.
- The gel uses caffeine, known to give the skin a thinner look.
- Caffeine only causes temporary dehydration.
- Fat cells are not broken down and flushed from the body.
- There is no weight loss associated with Rodial Cash Diet.
The Rodial Crash Diet gel is nothing more than caffeine. The gel will give the skin a thinner, smoother look but the effect could take weeks to achieve and can only be maintained with regular use of the product. The price of one bottle of Rodial Crash Diet is nearly $100 with shipping. There are no proven weight loss effects associated with this product.