Product Name: TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream
Product Type: Cream
Size: 3.5oz (100g)
Cost Per Ounce: $5.43
Where To Buy: Click Here
Notable Ingredients: Caffeine, Hyaluronic Acid, Fennel, Grape Seed, Cocoa Extract, Capsaicin
Unfortunately, there isn’t really one thing I like about this cellulite cream.
I give TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream a 1.5 out of 5 stars.
I would’ve rated it a 1 but it didn’t give me a rash or hives, so I settled with 1.5.
It’s only sold on Amazon and the brand doesn’t seem to exist anywhere else.
So, it’s not a known or reputable brand and the Amazon page has misspellings everywhere, false claims, doctored images, and even the product description is messed up and the ending paragraph is about “foot fungus cream”. Eww!
The cream smells SO bad like rancid Milk of Magnesea or baby formula.
It takes forever to rub in and it heats up for HOURS afterwards.
It irritated my skin so much and I dreaded having to walk around with it on all day.
Not to mention the stinky smell stays with you and your skin feels like glue because it leaves a sticky residue.
Right now, this product has a 5-star rating and 130 Amazon reviews.
I went through the reviews and so many of them are duplicates and also a very high amount are men.
I’m not saying men don’t use cellulite cream but it’s a fishy high volume of them.
The reviews also don’t seem like they were originally in English and a lot don’t even seem like they’re talking about the same product.
I have a little fakespot analyzer on my browser and it’s giving this product an F for the fakespot review analysis.
So just a word to the wise that Amazon reviews aren’t always your friend and make sure to do outside research if you can!
TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream is a white cream that has a soft, rich texture.
It’s thicker than your typical lotion and doesn’t absorb into the skin as easily.
The directions are straightforward, but I hated the whole application process.
Fun fact: this cream lists out the ingredients and directions in not 1 but 3 different languages on the box and jar!
The English version says to apply appropriate amount of the cream to your body and massage gently until absorbed.
So, you scoop out the cream from the open jar (I’m not a fan of this method because it feels unsanitary) and apply it to your problem areas.
This cream feels like it takes a century to rub in and leaves a white hue on your skin until it’s fully absorbed.
Your skin starts to heat up within about 2 minutes and the sensation lasts for multiple hours after.
It’s weird because it doesn’t list this cream as a “hot cream” anywhere other than in the title description. But it basically lists any and all types there so it’s not really descriptive.
This cream isn’t the hottest I’ve tried but it definitely warms up and tingles.
I have sensitive skin and I really didn’t feel comfortable with the sensation and it felt so irritating and uncomfortable.
The cream itself only takes about 2 minutes or so to dry.
BUT it leaves a residue on your skin.
You end up being SO sticky for like 3 to 4 hours after applying.
This is one of my top pet peeves with cellulite creams.
Your skin is sticky to the touch and my butt was even getting stuck to the toilet!
Which is just never something you want when you’re going about your business.
You also continue to feel wet and cold even after it’s dried because of the tingling, hot sensation.
Smell (in the jar)
Yikes! This is one strong, pungent, stinky smell.
It smells like spicy Milk of Magnesia or old baby formula.
I have no idea what it is but this isn’t the first cellulite cream with this insane smell.
It will definitely give you a headache.
Smell (a few hours after application)
Unfortunately, the nasty smell overstays its welcome.
It hangs around for well over an hour after application.
Short Term Results
I felt annoyed and disappointed in the lack of short-term results.
There was zero improvement and I honestly would say my skin felt worse than before.
My skin just felt really uncomfortable and irritated and I didn’t even get any moisture or hydration from it.
Long Term Results
I was still left disappointed after using this cream for a longer period of time.
I didn’t see any noticeable improvements with my cellulite dimples or problem areas.
And as a whole, my skin didn’t look or feel any healthier in the least.
They also show silly, unrealistic before and after images on their Amazon page to promote the product.
These are indeed marketing ploys and no cellulite cream will dramatically change your weight, body, or appearance that drastically.
There are 9 ingredients listed on this cellulite cream.
What I find incredibly odd and concerning is that they put “etc.” at the end of the 9 ingredient list.
Um, what? Etc?? We definitely want products that list what’s actually in them.
Here’s what the ingredients say: Water, glycerin, caffeine, hyaluronic acid, fennel, seaweed, grape seed, cocoa extract, capsaicin, etc.
On the Amazon page, it also says “NATURAL INGREDIENTS – Anti Cellulite Cream for women and men is made of organic natural ingredients in order to stimulate circulation thereby limiting the rippling effect.”
They say it’s made of organic natural ingredients, but I don’t see that listed anywhere specifically on the ingredients, box, or jar. So, I’m skeptical that it contains organic ingredients.
Let’s take a quick look at some of the ingredients that may be beneficial.
Capsaicin is an active component found in chili peppers. It’s been said to have a warming and anti-inflammatory effect on the skin and also increase blood flow.
Fennel seeds contain antioxidants that may help protect the skin, fight off free radicals, and provide antiaging effects to the skin. When massaged into skin, fennel seeds may also help hydrate and smooth the appearance of cellulite.
This cream touts that it’s a “perfect fat remover” and “promotes faster burning of subcutaneous fat tissue”.
Research shows that caffeine (which is in this hot cream) does indeed break down triglycerides (fat) inside fat cells and stimulates the fat cell to release those triglycerides into the circulation.
The kicker is that if the fat isn’t oxidized (burned) for energy in muscles or other organs, it will inevitably be absorbed by another fat cell and stored there.
So cellulite creams alone can’t effectively burn fat and need to be used in conjunction with diet and/or exercise to work fully.
The 3.5 oz jar of TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream is $18.99 on Amazon.
It ends up costing $5.43 per ounce of product.
You don’t get a ton of cream in the jar and depending on how much you use, it might only last as little as 2 weeks or so.
The price is still cheap but it’s not worth it to me.
TOULIFLY only sells through Amazon and I don’t see any type of guarantee listed on the product page.
It’s a definite bummer that you can’t have some sort of fallback if you didn’t like it or if it caused more irritation than good (like in my case).
You may be able to get a refund or return it through Amazon’s policy if it applies to your order.
Where To Buy
To buy TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream, click here.
TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream: Summary
|Factor||TOULIFLY Anti-Cellulite Cream|
|Texture/Feel||White cream with rich texture that feels like a thicker lotion|
|Application||Apply cream to skin and gently massage in. The cream leaves a white hue until it’s fully absorbed, which takes a few minutes. Skin starts to heat up within 2 minutes and lasts hours|
|Drying Time||About 2 minutes but leaves skin SO sticky for 3 – 4 hours and makes your skin feel cold & wet even when it’s dry|
|Smell (In Jar)||Strong, unpleasant smell! Like spicy Milk of Magnesia or old baby formula|
|Smell (After)||Nasty smell hangs around for over an hour after application|
|Short Term Results||Didn’t see any improvement and the hot cream was uncomfortable and irritated my skin|
|Long Term Results||No noticeable improvements to my problem areas and skin didn’t feel or look healthier|
|Notable Ingredients||Caffeine, Hyaluronic Acid, Fennel, Grape Seed, Cocoa Extract, Capsaicin|
|Price||Costs $18.99 per jar, $5.43 per oz|
|Where To Buy||Click Here|