Cellulite MD Reviewed: Does Cellulite MD Work?

Editor Review: 3 / 5.0 editor's review
Heather Walter

What you should know about this product

The Cellulite MD product is sold through the internet and claims to be able to firm and tone skin, boost the metabolism and help shrink inches from the thighs, hips and buttocks. The website is unfortunately very over-hyped in its tone, but does include some beneficial information, such as an FAQ section, details of the risk free trial and ingredient details. Customer testimonials are also listed and are accompanied by before and after photos.

While there is a 14 day risk free trial, the actual cost of the product is hidden in the ‘terms and conditions’ section. After the trial is ordered the consumer is enrolled in the auto-ship program whereby Cellulite MD is sent every 30 days at a cost of $89.96, making it one of the more expensive brands on the market. The ordering process is secure but there is very little company contact information given.

Ingredients contained in the product

Coenzyme-A, Bladderwrack, L-Cartine, Retinyl Palmitate, Tocopheryl acetate, Caffeine, Glaucine

Product Features

Cellulite MD

The Cellulite MD formula is said to burn fat through the inclusion of Coenzyme-A and Bladderwrack, and encourage lipolysis ( the breakdown of fatty tissue), with L-Cartine. Caffeine helps shed excess water and Glaucine prevents new fat cells from forming. The formula also helps to boost the production of collagen, the substance normally found in youthful, elastic skin.

Cellulite MD is to be massaged into the affected areas twice a day and while the manufacturer claims that results can be seen upon the first application, best results are seen in 1-3 months.

Advantages

  • Key ingredients are explained
  • There is a FAQ section
  • A 14-day risk free trial is offered
  • Customer testimonials are shown
  • The ordering process is secure

Disadvantages

  • The Cellulite MD website is over-hyped
  • Cellulite MD is expensive
  • Company contact details are limited
  • Not all ingredients are shown

Conclusion

There is nothing about the Cellulite MD product that makes it stand out significantly from many other brands, although it is very much more expensive. Because of this and the fact that the website is not overly professional, Cellulite MD cannot be fully recommended.