Recently we’ve been getting emails from people asking how Procellix compares to Revitol. To answer that question I’ve to set up a few criteria to compare and score the creams. The criteria I’ve used for this comparison are: Effectiveness of the Ingredients, Ease of Use, Price, Side Effects and lastly the Speed of Results.
After reading this post you can make the most informed decision about which cellulite cream you should use.
Compare Procellix vs. Revitol Cellulite Cream
Effectiveness of the Main Ingredients:
The main ingredient in Procellix is Aminophylline. In Revitol the main ingredient is Retinol A, and both products contain coffee. The comparison follows below:
Aminophylline: I’ll just mention in this post that Aminophylline is sometimes referred to as “cutting gel” because of its capacity to reduce body fat.
Experiments conducted by Frank L. Greenway, (MD, of Pennington Biomedical Research Center, 6400 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge, LA 70808, USA) demonstrate topical fat reduction from the thigh in women using an aminophylline cream.
The results of Dr. Greenway’s studies show that the reduction in waist circumference was significant for both women and men, but the women lost significantly more waist girth. The conclusion was that Aminophylline creams offer a safe and effective method for cosmetic local fat reduction from the waist.
If you want to know more I have a full post dedicated to Aminophylline here.
Retinol A: Retinol is one of the animal forms of vitamin A and is the main ingredient in Revitol Cellulite Cream. It is an anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and a form of alcohol.
Michigan University Medical School Researchers in May 2007 in the journal Archives of Dermatology reported there was strong evidence clearly showing that Topical Retinol improves the appearance of wrinkles associated with natural ageing.
Retinol restores part of the collagen lost as people age thus making the skin smoother and wrinkles less obvious. This makes Revitol a great candidate for a skin cream and a perfect anti-aging cream, but also a good cellulite cream.
Result: Round 1 is maybe technically in favour of Procellix but Revitol’s beneficial qualities cannot be denied so it’s basically a tie.
Ease of Use:
On the Revitol home page it states: “you just need to apply the cream 3-4 times a day and you’ll see the difference sooner than you expected!”
On the official Procellix website it states: “May need to be used twice a day…” That was pretty easy to determine.
Result: Round 2 is in favour of Procellix.
Procellix costs around the $70.00 mark depending on your country and location, Revitol on the other hand only costs around the $40.00 mark depending on country and location. The difference in price remains more or less the same for the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and E.U countries.
On the face of it, it may appear as if Revitol is cheaper, but if you take into account that you need to use Revitol 3 to 4 times a day compared to once or twice a day for Procellix, there is not much difference in the pricing.
Result: Round 3 there is not much difference here.
Procellix vs. Revitol Side Effects:
Aminophylline has no known side effects when used as a 2% solution in cream form.
Retinol A on the other hand may produce some side effects like a slight skin irritation especially on people with very sensitive skin, but this is so rare that it’s mostly “put on the label just in case…” These potential side effects usually don’t last long and dissipate over a few days of continuous use. (Remember Revitol strengthens the collagen of your skin…)
Result: Round 4 may be favour of Procellix, but this is mostly a “formality”.
Speed of Results:
Coming up with an actual number for the speed of the results for either product was impossible. It seemed that users of either product achieved very similar results in about the same time period.
Both “camps” reported results in as little as 3 weeks and both groups also reported results starting around 1 month + after continued use.
Result: Round 5 is also a tie.
Both product are nearly equal in Price, Ease of Use and also have little or no known side effects. As for the other two criteria Aminophylline produces a more targeted solution to eliminate cellulite compared to Retinol A and technically wins. Speed of Results remained the same across the board.
The final result is that Procellix may produce slightly better results on younger skin, but Revitol is the way to go if you’re past “your prime”. What really makes the difference is your Skin Type and Age. If your skin looks and feels a little “saggy”, I’d go with Revitol for it’s ability to regenerate and strengthen the collagen of your skin. You can Get Revitol Here. On the other hand if your skin is “young and taunt” I’d go with Procellix.
Jenny is a professional beautician. She studied at Aveda Institutes in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. She is always ready to share her knowledge of skin care products and beauty tips.