Cellulean makes a lot of claims to be able to get rid of your cellulite problems, but how can you be sure this product is legit, and not just after your cash? After several requests to review this product and report our findings, we finally looked more closely at what this offer entails, and what sort of results you can expect.
Cellulite is a problem for many Americans, and getting rid of it is not easy. Many people have had it for years and have tried several products to help, but with no luck. Companies know this, and they will use the strong desire to lull people into a state of trying something they know probably doesn’t work.
The Cellulean formula is supposed to fade stretch marks, increase the firmness of your skin, boost its elasticity, and provide visible results in just days. They also claim to have been featured on the major television networks like NBC, ABC, Fox News, and CBS News, but they don’t say in what capacity.
They use what they call a Trans-Derma-Fuze Delivery System which is supposed to help deliver the active ingredients which include vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, herbs, peptides, and others to the skin cells. It’s also designed to boost collagen levels, and help reduce fat cells all at level below the skin’s surface. All of this science has to be backed up by clinical studies, with citations that point to the research done, right? Nope!
The hype is that this is basically a product being sold from a one-page pitch, and they don’t really go into great detail about why it works, or what the science is behind it, or how they came up with their formula. They are relying almost entirely on you believing their claims and before and after pics.
Since most of these trial offers like to brush the conditions of the offer under the rug, we thought we’d bring it to your attention so you actually know what you’re signing on for. From their official site:
Start your Risk FREE Trial now to receive a full thirty day supply of Cellulean for only $4.95 s&h (retail price: $110.00). You’ll have 14 days to evaluate the product and see the results for yourself (21 days for int’l). If you enjoy the results, simply do nothing. You will be billed the super low price of $79.95 at the end of your 14 day trial period and enjoy a significant savings! If, for ANY reason, you decide that Cellulean is not for you, simply call the (toll free number) by (the deadline) and return the unused portion. Shipping and handling is not refundable. Plus, when you accept this Risk FREE Trial, you will also receive a FREE membership in the Cellulean VIP program. You’ll continue to receive a fresh 30 day supply of Cellulean every 30 days for the low price of $79.95, unless you call to cancel. All shipments are final, no returns, no refunds. RISK-FREE Trial is limited to one per household. Card pre-auth is required. No commitments, no hassles. Cancel anytime!
So the trial is not free, but it’s just $4.95 to have it shipped to you. This is nice that they don’t gouge you on the shipping. But you have to factor in that your 14 day trial includes shipping time, which is why they give an extra week for international orders. They’ll also auto ship and auto charge you every month for as long as you stay on. If you like it, this isn’t such a bad thing, but if you don’t you’ll want to be sure to cancel because that can add up fast.
Using the Cellulean system the right way is important if you want to get a good idea if it works, and whether to stay on with it or cancel. Be sure to follow the instructions to the letter, and don’t miss any applications of it so that you get the full cumulative effect. These sort of products accumulate over time, so if you miss a dose of it here and there it will definitely affect the results you get.
Before and after pics are so easily doctored, especially for something like cellulite, that they shouldn’t be used as a basis for figuring out if a product works or not. But these are still effective at making sales, because subconsciously people want to believe that results can be that noticeable.
The reviews are quite telling because there are no middle-of-the-roaders. There are either those that give it 4 or 5 stars or those that give it 1 star. Usually what you’ll see is a normal spread of reviews with a good mix of 2 and 3 stars. What this means, in our opinion, is that many of the positive reviews are likely shills, and the 1 star reviews are more likely to be from real users. Further evidence of this is that there are more verified purchases on the one star reviews.
Final Cellulean Review
Most likely Cellulean does not work, since most reviews are pointing to its ineffectiveness. If you still want to try it, by all means give it a go, but don’t get your hopes up. We’re giving it a thumbs down, from the ordering process, to the actual product.
As long as you know the score before going into the game, we recommend trying Cellulean. Just be sure to give it a good trial and decide whether you want to keep it before getting charged the full amount. This way you can try it out for $5 and if you like it great, and if not you’re back to square one.
Customer Review on “Does Cellulean Really Work?”
Seriously, a one page pitch?
Surely nobody is actually buying this?
Why would people hand over their card details to somebody that bangs up a one page website selling an unproven product?
That could be water in that bottle for all we know!
I’ve clearly not used this, but there’s much more trusted sources of products should you have the need for them.