Slim Extreme 3D Review
What You Should Know
Slim Extreme 3D is a caffeine cream that claims to reduce body fat. Creams do not work and have no clinical proof stating as much. What companies are selling is a temporary effect of dehydration. The caffeine in this product causes the fluid between the fat cells to be extracted temporarily. This causes the skin to smooth, but it does not metabolize fat as stated. If any fat is released it is quickly absorbed by other fat cells, not pushed out of the body.
List of Ingredients
- Cetearyl Alcohol
- Mineral Oil
- Isopropyl Myristate
- Propylene Alcohol
- Sodium Polycrylate
- Sodium Salicylate
- Centella Asiatica
- Gingko Biloba
- Hedera Helix Extract
- Butylene Glycol
- Hyperborea Extract
- Hyaluronic Acid
- Vanillyl Butyl Ether
- DMDM Hydantoin
- Disodium EDTA
If you want to lose weight in minutes, you are looking for a miracle that does not exist. Slimming Extreme 3D offers a temporary solution to a much bigger problem, literally. Caffeine creams force the water between fat cells out of that space. The result is a tighter packing of fat cells, which looks smoother to the eye. This effect lasts only a short while before the space is refilled with fluid and the cellulite returns.
Any claims that caffeine-based creams cause weight losses are false and not proven. Dieters can, however, take fat burners that contain caffeine to boost metabolism, energy and weight loss.
- Ingredients are listed online.
- The formula will cause skin to look smoother.
- Caffeine dehydrates the space between cells, it does not promote fat loss when smoothed on the skin.
- The effect of this product is only temporary.
Most of the ingredients in this formula are used to make up the lotion in which caffeine is suspended. Caffeine will dehydrate the space between cells causing cellulite to look smoother. This effect is proven, but short-term at best. The space will soon refill with fluid and cause that cellulite rippling to resurface.
If a dieter wants to lose fat and smooth skin for good, taking this supplement will not promote that effect. Caffeine is proven to boost metabolism, but not when absorbed through the skin. Dieters can choose from several proven fat burners to lose weight, including caffeine and green tea. These supplement work best when taken as part of a reduced calorie diet and exercise program.