Nobody wants cellulite. But unfortunately, up to 90% of women have it. As a result, there are a multitude of products on the market designed to get rid of it. And while getting rid of it completely is virtually impossible, some cellulite creams do work to reduce its appearance. Celluthin is one of these products, and it promises to:
- Eliminate dimples and inches.
- Reduce stubborn body fat at the site of application.
- Firm and tighten your legs, hips, and thighs.
- Reduce the appearance of cellulite.
- Eliminate subcutaneous fluid buildup.
- Restore resiliency and elasticity to your skin.
There are two main active ingredients in the Celluthin formula:
- Aminophylline is a medication used primarily to alleviate asthma. As a topical ingredient in cellulite creams, the claim is that it can break down fat cells and draw fluid out from being trapped between connective skin tissue. There is no clinical evidence to support this, and anecdotal evidence seems to point to the fact that it works best in conjunction with caffeine, which is not present in the formula.
- Peppermint Oil stimulates circulations to provide a smoother, more toned appearance.
Celluthin also uses a delivery mechanism called phospholipids, which allows the active ingredients to penetrate deeper into the layers of the skin.
You should apply the anti-cellulite lotion to affected areas with a vigorous massaging motion no more than twice per day. It is also recommended that you test a small area first, as some people experience an uncomfortable burning or rash. It is not recommended for use by pregnant women.
Celluthin Pros and Cons
Figuring out which cellulite creams work and which don’t can be made easier by comparing the high and low points of each.
- It contains aminophylline which may reduce the appearance of cellulite.
- There is a 30-day money back guarantee.
- It makes the untrue claim that it can spot reduce fat.
- It is expensive.
- Independent Celluthin reviews reveal many customers who did not achieve expected results.
- It can cause a rash.
Where to Buy Celluthin
The Celluthin website sells an 8 oz container for $44.99. If you buy 3 or more, you’ll get 1 free. There is a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, but you will be charged 25% for opened bottles returned. Celluthin is also available at Amazon for $42.99.
While aminophylline shows some promise as an ingredient, the evidence is purely anecdotal, and it seems to only be effective when used with caffeine, which Celluthin doesn’t have. The negative reviews really say it all. In the end, we don’t think Celluthin is worth the price they’re asking.