Cellasene

Cellasene™

Fringe nutrition
A proprietary mixture of borage seed oil, fish oil, gingko, sweet clover, evening primrose oil, alpha lipoic acid and grape seed extract, produced by Rexall, Inc, which they claimed was 90% effective in eliminating cellulite.

The company refused to allow the results of in-house trials to be published in scientific journals for fear of revealing the quantities of each ingredient in their formula; an independent study conducted in 1999 showed that Cellasene was ineffective for cellulite removal.
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Occasionally, a private lawsuit will temporarily slow down a company like the makers of Cellasene (a phony cellulite treatment) or Airborne (a phony cold preventative).
When the so-called cellulite buster Cellasene Forte went on sale in Australia it sold out within an hour.
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206) involves allegations that the defendant, a health products company located in Palm Beach County, engaged in deceptive trade practices in connection with the marketing of a "dietary supplement" called Cellasene that the company allegedly claimed would eliminate cellulite.
Cellasene and other substances with some of the same properties can have dangerous side effects by affecting blood pressure, heart rate and exhibiting cross reactivity with other medications.
The Something For The Weekend presenter was named Cellasene Rear of the Year 1999, along with pop idol Robbie Williams who took the male title.
Breakthrough products in 1999 may be glucosamine again, or kava, CoQ10, SAMe or cellasene (although the expense of the latter two may inhibit their chances), but there seems to be no 'rising tide' product that will lift all boats in 1999," he says.
s Cellasene all-natural cellulite reducer, the deep-discount drug chain's E-commerce venture is further proof of the positive effect natural products can have on a retailer's bottom line.
The company claims Cellasene can reduce cellulite in eight weeks without dieting or exercis-ing, boasting that it's "the one that works.