UPC: 856528001223 Total Weight: 0.81 lbs (0.37 kg)
Package Format: 6 oz.
Cutting Gel is a patented, transdermal gel that penetrates deep into the skin to help mobilize stubborn body fat on contact. That's right, a clinically proven, penetrating gel that dissolves surface body fat wherever applied! It's called Cutting Gel, and it's finally available throughout the United States in it's full undiluted strength. Cutting Gel is designed to work directly on your abs, thighs, glutes, or anywhere else you rub it in! Cutting gel's patented, transdermal gel has been specifically formulated to reduce stubborn, excess body fat on contact. Just apply Cutting Gel directly to any resistant pocket of surface body fat (the fat around your abs, thighs, hips, or buttocks) and Cutting Gel's transdermal formulation penetrates the skin, helping to mobilize stored fat and leave only lean, sexy curves behind! Cutting Gel reduces surface fat and exposes the toned muscle beneath! You apply Cutting Gel topically, directly to the specific area that requires extra definition. Cutting Gel penetrates the skin and immediately goes to work, flattening overbloated fat cells by forcing them to release trapped fat into the bloodstream to be burned as energy.
Warnings: Use only as directed. Not for use by pregnant or nursing women.
Notes: So what's the catch? There are two. First, because Cutting Gel helps release stored fat into the bloodstream to be used as energy, you have to help burn that released fat by exercising or reducing caloric intake so that free fat isn't re-deposited. Second, you can't rub Cutting Gel all over your body at the same time. There is simply no way for your body to deal with that much newly released fat. So start with the one area you think needs the most help, and use Cutting Gel until you get the desired results (usually about ten days). Then move on, one target area at a time, until you get that cut, rock-hard, attention-grabbing look you want and deserve!
Recommended Use: Apply once or twice daily. Do not exceed two applications per 24-hour period. It is best to apply Cutting Gel just before a workout. Use Cutting Gel sparingly - an amount equal in size to a small marble should be sufficient to cover the front of one thigh, or your entire abdominal region (depending on overall body size). Vigorously massage Cutting Gel into the problem area with the fingertips for 45-90 seconds or until Cutting Gel is completely absorbed.
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Epidril is a very good product. I would suggest this to people who are in pretty tip-top shape already and need just a little extra to put them over the top. As a certified fitness trainer I see many diffrent products, but as a user of cutting gel myself for over a year, I would say it's worth every penny. You will get the lean boxer style look to your physique in no time. With a sound diet and proper exercise your fitness goals will and can be achieved.
I'm not an intense cardio freak or a weight lifter, so I initially thought this product wouldn't be for me. I wasn't expecting to have a 6 pack in three days or anything unrealistic. The product is rather thick, and can take a little effort to rub into the targeted area, but I never had any rub off onto my clothes. While the smell isn't as bad as sports creams, it's a little weird (don't leave the product on and try to pick up dates). As far as results, I did see a smoother appearance in the target area, more toned, if you will. I only have used the product once a day, and no more than 4 times a week. I did notice the area getting smaller in size. I know it wasn't water loss, either. If a woman who is mid 30s and only able to walk or do gentle treadmill or climbing can see changes in under two weeks, I don't see how fitness buffs can't. I have asthma, arthritis and two bad knees. I used to hike, bike, walk, but that was before getting injured. I would be happy to do more effective cardio for weight and health reasons, but often can't.
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