TriLastin’s Cellulite Firming Complex is the company’s latest attempt at getting in on the anti-cellulite cream market. Like its rivals, TriLastin claim to have created an effective solution for the reduction in the appearance of cellulite. However, it has been heavily criticized in some quarters for being ineffective when it comes down to the difficult aspect of removing cellulite. Claims that the cream can work in 4 weeks sound hollow when TriLastin have claimed that their anti-cellulite cream works best when used with other products! This would prove expensive for the average consumer as well as defeating the purpose of creating the cream in the first place.
Unlike other anti-cellulite creams on the market that contain more traditional ingredients, TriLastin’s product tries to break the mold and has ingredients such as LipoTrisome, something which TriLastin claim is comprised of three fat burners. A special delivery system ensures that the cream is delivered straight to the cellulite fat cells. However, many medical experts have stated that reduction of fat alone will not help defeat cellulite. This means that TriLastin’s main selling point isn’t very convincing at all.
Ingredients such as caffeine and glaucine are not mentioned which is odd as these are known to be effective when it comes to tightening skin. Indeed, TriLastin doesn’t include ingredients so much as it gives a list of technologies that can make it difficult to understand what is actually in the product.
Perhaps we are being too harsh on TriLastin because it is trying very hard to be different in a crowded anti-cellulite cream market with its unique ingredients. There has been a mixed bag of customer reviews with some claiming that TriLastin does work well with results visible in a month or so. However, the fact that TriLastin have suggested the need for additional products to use in conjunction with their cream is a worry. Why can’t they create an effective solution in its own right like their rivals?
As innovative as their ingredients may seem, there is no clinical trial evidence to back up their claims unlike traditional ingredients that have some form of case study behind them. The company says it is a clinically proven product which may not be the case. Overall, it may be better to save your money and wait for a more proven anti-cellulite cream.