Phytomer Celluli Attack Review

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    Professional review of Phytomer Celluli Attack. See how it compares against other cellulite creams.

    Phytomer Celluli Attack ReviewProduct Name:  Phytomer Celluli Attack

    Overall Rating:  2/5 Rating

    Product Type:  Serum

    Size:  3.3 oz

    Price:  $109.00

    Cost Per Ounce:  $33.00

    Where To Buy:  Click Here

    # Of Ingredients:  44

    Notable Ingredients:  Caffeine, Sea Grape, Seashore Plant, Pink Pepper Oil, Halopteris Scoparia (Brown Algae), Marine Inhibitme (Red Algae)

    Quick Summary:

    Phytomer Celluli Attack is an expensive, but below average cellulite product.

    It’s extremely expensive for very little results and a disappointing application process.

    The application process is messy and difficult, but fortunately the product dried very quickly.

    A nice upside is that is has a wonderful fresh clean scent and a 30-day money back guarantee.

    but as far as eliminating fatty buildups, my cellulite wasn’t really less noticeable.

    I could say that my skin felt softer and slightly smoother, which improved the overall appearance of my thighs, but not enough for me to purchase such an expensive product again.

    I think that although there are some upsides to this serum, there are better products for much less.

    Detailed Opinion:


    Phytomer Celluli Attack has a liquid consistency.

    It is very runny like water, very slick, and a little oily.


    It should be applied morning and evening.

    The liquid comes out of a syringe like applicator.

    According to the website, it was chosen to make applying the right amount more accurate.

    Unfortunately, I didn’t like the application process at all!

    I found it messy, complex, and irritating.

    The liquid would slip through my fingers or off of my problem area onto the ground and then make a mess.

    I didn’t like the feeling on my legs or my hands while I rubbed it in. Not to mention it’s a pain to get enough liquid out of the syringe for my things.

    Overall, the application process is my least favorite part about this product.

    Drying Time

    Phytomer Celluli Attack dried pretty fast.

    I was surprised at how quickly it absorbed into my skin considering the runny consistency.

    However, I applied such small amounts that it dried really fast, but I never felt like I completely covered the problem area.

    Smell (in the bottle)

    The smell is actually very good.

    It smells like a clean fresh face cleanser and was never too strong.

    Smell (a few hours after application)

    Like I said, the smell is very fresh and clean.

    On the skin, the smell is not as strong as in the bottle, but it’s just enough scent to make my skin smell great.

    It mixes well with other scents and is just the right potency.

    Short Term Results

    Directly after applying Phytomer Celluli Attack, my skin felt soft in the areas that actually received the serum.

    I didn’t notice any great immediate results, but most cellulite products need more time to start working and improving the appearance of cellulite.

    Long Term Results

    After a couple weeks, I noticed my skin feeling soft, smooth, and slightly more moisturized.

    I live in a dry climate so moisturizing products are a necessity. This product didn’t make my thighs drastically more moisturized, but they were definitely softer.

    In comparison to other products I have tried, this one had just below average results.

    My cellulite wasn’t drastically less noticeable and my skin didn’t really improve as much as I had hoped.

    I can’t say this product did nothing, but the results are definitely not worth the expensive price.


    This lotion contains over 40 ingredients, but just a few significant active ingredients.

    It does contain Caffeine, which is one of the most-used ingredients in cellulite creams.

    This product does have a few unique ingredients like Red Algae, Brown Algae, Sea Grape, and Seashore Plant.

    Each has its own specific quality that makes them useful in this serum.

    The Brown Algae supposedly firms and simulates the synthesis of collagen fibers, while the Red Algae increase the skin’s microcirculation.

    The most advertised active ingredient is the Pink Pepper Oil. According to their website, it fights stubborn fat cells faster than caffeine.


    One bottle of Phytomer Celluli Attack, costs $109.

    At a bottle size of 3.3 oz, that works out to about $33 per ounce.

    This product is one of the more expensive products out there. Unfortunately, I think it’s overpriced and not worth the cost.


    Luckily, Phytomer Celluli Attack has a 30-day money back guarantee.

    It’s always great when skin products offer a guarantee because you never know how the product will work on you.

    Where To Buy

    To buy Phytomer Celluli Attack, click here.

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