Frequently Asked Questions | FAQ

Question: Are the ingredients all natural?

Cel-Lab Cellulite Cream uses All Natural Ingredients
Cel-Lab Cellulite Cream uses All Natural Ingredients
Answer: People are becoming much more aware of what they put in and on their bodies, so Cel-Lab’s main ingredients are water, Neroli extract, and cafeisilane C. The disadvantage with Cel-Lab cream is that if you think it will simply and magically melt away fat you will be disappointed. However, if you have good habits and want a booster that firms up skin and smooths it out then you’ll be quite pleased. I think some of our customers have unrealistic goals for it. Personally, I think Neroli is an incredible ingredient and if I’m doing moderate exercise and using the cream I get great results. If I eat a pizza, though, the cream is no match.
Question: Does Cel-Lab Slim contain parabens?
Answer: No. We are very careful with the ingredients. To make sure the cream gets delivered to you fresh we did need to put in preservatives, but we put in trace amounts to make sure you’re getting Neroli Extract and Cafeisilane C, not a bunch of harmful chemicals.
Question: Is the cream supposed to tingle/burn?
Answer: The cream is made to tingle. We recommend that you apply it dry, especially after toweling off after a shower. If you want it to penetrate deeper, then put it on while wet. However, some people have reported a “tingling/burning” feeling when applied wet. Some customers adore this aspect of the cream and others say they prefer using it dry. Customers need to judge their skin’s tolerance to the cream.


You can find more questions and answers at Cel-Lab’s Amazon Product Page: Bestselling Cellulite Cream

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