Lipo Sculpt Gel Review
Lipo Sculpt markets its gel as a very high tech product, which uses the latest advances to tone up your skin, make it smoother and get rid of the dimpled appearance of cellulite on the hips, thighs and buttocks. It can also be used on the waist, arms, or anywhere else on the body that you feel is in need of general tightening and firming. The product is sold in a pump action bottle making it easy to dispense and apply. It is designed to be used once or preferably twice per day in sparing amounts, and should be rubbed in vigorously over the entire abdominal area.
How does Lip Sculpt Work?
The main active ingredients in the gel are Yerbe Matte, Forskolin, Algisium C and Citric Acid which are said to work locally to dissolve fat and smooth out the texture and appearance of the skin. No detail is given though about how this is achieved or the science behind the claims, and there are no clinical trials or evidence to show that the product has succeeded under laboratory conditions. Vague statements are made about targeting troubled areas and unique phospholipid transdermal delivery, but without a detailed explanation about what these are and what results the cream promises to achieve it is hard to take the claims seriously. Many of the ingredients contained in the gel are said to be used in successful supplements to reduce the appearance of fat, but just because something works when swallowed and digested does not mean it works when it is rubbed on the skin, and Lipo Sculpt seems to assume that it does.
There is little on the way of testimonials or before and after photographs on the internet to support Lipo Sculpt’s claims about eliminating cellulite, and no statistics are given about what percentage improvement you can expect to see in a given period of time. It is all very vague and makes it difficult for anyone to assess whether the product is worth spending money on or not.
As there is no proof that Lipo Sculpt works, it is hard to advise spending money on it. It may very well smooth out your skin and make is softer, but even the most basic, cheap moisturizing cream will achieve that. Lipo Sculpt is a much more expensive product and without proof or at least some trials to prove that it does have an effect on cellulite, it is one to be avoided.