Nutrex Lipo 6 Defining Gel | Topical Fat Burner
Nutrex Lipo 6 Defining Gel is one of the most unique fat burning products we've seen hit the market in quite some time. Lipo 6 Defining Gel is the perfect weapon to allow you to attack stubborn fat areas by using clinically proven ingredients which are rapidly absorbed into the skin to increase thermogenesis in both subcutaneous and visceral fat.
Nutrex Lipo 6 Defining Gel Highlights
- Fast Acting
- Instant Delivery w/ TOPISORB Technology
- Fragrance Free & Not Greasy
- Targets Stubborn Fat
- Scientifically Proven Ingredients
- Contains Theophylline Which Mimics Adrenaline
Shake well before use. Apply 2-4 pumps to dry clean skin by gently rubbing gel into the desired stubborn fatty area. Use 2-4 pumps for the desired left body area and 2-4 pumps for the desired right body area per application. Use 1-2 times per day. Do not exceed 16 pumps total in a 24-hour period. Apply at least 30 minutes prior to a workout to allow time to dry and take effect. Training will amplify the effects and may cause intense warming to the application site. Do not apply over any other lotion as this will inhibit results.
Best areas to apply are entire stomach region, lower back and love handles, glutes and hamstring area.
Will cause a mix of warming and cooling the applied area.
Nutrex Research Ingredients
Water, Ethyl Alcohol, Benzyl Alcohol, Ethoxydiglylcol, Menthol, Dimethyl Isosorbide, Capsaicin, Yohimbine HCI, Arginine, Theophylline, Diaclglycerol, Resveratrol, Caffeine, Methyl Salicylate, Synephrine, Glycyrrhetinic Acid, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Limon
For external use only. Not recommended for individuals under the age of 18, or if pregnant or nursing. Do not allow product to come in contact with eyes and other sensitive body areas. Do not exceed recommended application. Keep in a cool dry place.
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