Cellutherm is a Cellulite treatment product produced by Dermagevity, a manufacturer that describes itself as a pioneer in skincare products. This product uses a proprietary blend of compounds in order to support a reduction in the appearance of cellulite, which can form on the thighs and may be considered unsightly. Cellutherm is sold directly from Dermagevity’s website, and is available in several packages at different prices, each containing a number of bottles with 8 fluid ounces each. If you purchase one bottle, the price is $54.95, with two bottles going for $99.94 and three for $164.55; none of these are particularly less expensive, though shipping costs may be lower. Dermagevity also offers a refund program for unopened merchandise, although a 25% administrative fee is counted against any refunded money.
The manufacturers cite several proprietary compounds which are part of the product’s formula; “Adiposlim,” which is meant to encourage the body’s natural fat burning, and “Adipoless,” which may help slow the development of new fat deposits. While no information on these ingredients could be found, the other Active Ingredients include hyaluronic acid, which is a major component in the matrix of fluid between cells in tissues, and squalane, a moisturizing compound derived from natural lipids.
The manufacturers recommend using Cellutherm in only one area of the body at a time (hips, stomach, back of thighs or similar) and applying it once or twice a day, using a quantity about the size of a marble and thoroughly massaging it in over the course of a minute or so. They specifically suggest not using it more widely, though the reason why is not explained.
- Product is sold in generously sized containers
- Scientific studies are mentioned
- Home delivery is convenient
- Several of the active ingredients aren’t described
- No references provided for the clinical studies
- Ungenerous refund/return policy
Cellutherm is presented with an attractive website and seems to have some clinical support for their claims of helping to ease the appearance of cellulite. However, the product’s price is on the high end for similar beauty support products, and several of its signature ingredients are not described beyond general claims for their possible function. In addition, the return policies of Dermagevity do not include any guarantees for your satisfaction. As such, it is difficult to recommend Cellutherm without reservations.
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