Biotech Cutting Gel Review
When you think of weight loss methods, you usually think of diet, exercise, and diet pills. Not many people think of applying a topical cream or gel to help them shed some extra pounds, but the idea does sound appealing, doesn’t it?
Biotech Cutting Gel is a product that claims to help you tone and accentuate your “problem areas.” It can help reduce cellulite and break up other adipose tissue.
But can a gel really help you burn fat? There is reason to question such a claim, so let’s investigate Biotech Cutting Gel a little further.
Biotech Cutting Gel Background
A company called Novex makes Biotech Cutting Gel, but we were unable to find a lot of information about the company itself. They do sell three other weight loss products that come in the form of pills and serums.
The more interesting background story is about the main ingredient in Biotech Cutting Gel. This ingredient, or blend of ingredients, is called Epidril. The main manufacturer stopped making Epidril for various reasons. Some speculate that it was because of the controversy forming around its safety and effectiveness.
A Mexican manufacturer picked it up, and for a while, the only way you could get it in the states was by illegally smuggling it over the border. The details are a little fuzzy, but apparently it is being made in the states again.
Which is how Biotech Cutting Gel, as we know it now, came to be.
To get a better idea of Epidril and why people are willing to smuggle it illegally, we need to take a closer look at the ingredients.
The main ingredient in Epidril is something called Aminophylline. This ingredient was originally used to treat asthma. Now it is used topically to reduce fat on the area that it is applied. It is soaked into the fat tissue, and it breaks up the fat cells.
A lot of the ingredients on the long list of unpronounceable ingredients are just preservatives. Some of these are Propylene Glycol, Glyeryl Stearate, and Cetyl Alcohol.
Some of the added ingredients serve as moisturizers. They don’t help you in the fat burning department, but they do help you improve your skin quality. Some of these are Glycerin, Lanolin, and various sources of Vitamins E and A.
Hexyl Cinnamal and Butylphenyl Methylpropional are used for fragrance purposes.
Are there any Side Effects?
It is hard to say what the side effects are that come with Biotech Cutting Gel because the ingredients haven’t been researched enough. I wouldn’t trust Epidril because of the controversy around it.
The website warns against using Biotech Cutting Gel all over the body because you will be absorbing a dangerous amount of Epidril. You should just stick to one or two problem areas.
Would we recommend it?
The idea of having a topical cream to help you lose a few pounds is a desirable one, so we would love to be able to recommend this product. But the truth is that there are too many risks in using Biotech Cutting Gel to help you lose weight.
And even if we did trust the ingredient list, a gel alone just isn’t enough to give you the body that you desire. All weight loss products should be combined with good old-fashioned diet and exercise.