Sweet Sweat Review
What You Should Know
We have reviewed lots of interesting products over the years, but Sweet Sweat is one of the more interesting products. The cream is supposed to target areas that don’t respond to working out. At first glance, there are no ingredients in the formula that would increase circulation to a problem area, but when we looked more closely we find green tea. Green tea is a source of caffeine and caffeine increases heart rate when taken in supplement form. We’ve noticed caffeine in slimming creams as it is proven to dehydrate the space between fat cells making skin appear smoother, but that is not the same actually slimming the area or increasing circulation.
We found Sweet Sweat on an official website. The website is easy to navigate and it provides information like an ingredient list and instructions for using the cream. There are no clinical studies supporting caffeine cream for increased circulation listed on the official website.
List of Ingredients
White Snow Petrolatum, Kosher Brazilian Carnuba Wax, Acai, Pomegranate, Coconut Oil, Kosher Jojoba, Camelina, Squalane Oil, Aloe Vera Extract, Tocopheryl Acetate.
If you are having trouble slimming your upper thighs, all you need is a touch of Sweet Sweat and you will see the area change, according to Sports Research the creator of Sweet Sweat. We would love to believe a cream could counteract fat storage, but we find that hard to believe. The ingredient list supports slimming, but not weight loss.
White snow petrolatum and kosher Brazilian carnuba wax soften the skin. These ingredients have no slimming effects. Acai and pomegranate are antioxidants that may help improve skin health, but they will not affect “trouble” areas. Camelina is green tea, which likely includes caffeine. Caffeine may dehydrate between fat cells leaving the skin looking slimmer, but the effect is only temporary.
- Contains caffeine to give skin a slimmer look.
- May improve skin health.
- Will likely soften skin.
- Available on the official website.
- All ingredients are listed online.
- Will not improve “trouble” areas.
- The formula is nothing more than caffeine, antioxidants and skin softeners in a bottle.
- Will not increase metabolism or decrease hunger.
- Makes claims that are not support by clinical research.
Sweet Sweat is an interesting product, but it is not a product we believe will affect weight loss. The product description leads the visitor to believe the formula will help them achieve fitness goals by increasing blood circulation to “trouble” areas. Trouble areas are not affected by spot reducing or caffeine creams. Most of the ingredients in the formula are antioxidants and skin softeners.
Dieters looking for a weight loss supplement are not likely to find the support they need from Sweet Sweat.