Very popular lately are the creams that enhance different parts of a woman’s body. These creams are usually advertised as the only non-invasive natural enhancement alternatives to aesthetic surgery such as breast implants, lips implant, or butt implants. Apex Booty Pop butt enhancement cream falls under the category of creams and lotions that will give a firmer and sexier aspect for your butt. Is it legit or a scam? Let’s see!
What is the Apex Booty Pop?
It is a skin serum that claims to make your butt look sexier. Applying it daily on your buttocks will heal scars, make stretch marks disappear, reduce wrinkles, eliminate cellulite, and will make your butt to also look fuller, firmer and toner.
The manufacturer, National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd, put on the Apex Booty Pop official site few pictures of women who managed to get very nice results only after a couple of weeks of Apex Booty butt enhancement cream usage.
Apex Booty Pop enhancement cream is granted as a fully working product for its purposes. Is that true?
How does this butt enhancement cream works?
You may think that in order to offer a fuller, sexier, and firmer looks to women’s butts this cream must use a very powerful and ingenious formula. In reality, Apex Booty Pop contains only:
- Green tea extract
- Soy protein
- Macadamia seeds oil
- Vitamin E
- Root extracts
- Other herbs extracts
Green tea extract is already known as a powerful antioxidant with beneficial effects on skin such as fighting aging signs.
Soy protein is advertised by the Apex Booty cream’s manufacturers as a helpful solution to keep your muscles strong. Not at all true because the protein must be ingested to make its work. It will NOT work if applied on the skin.
The Macadamia seeds oil ‘stimulates the pituitary glands to raise hormonal levels that boost the volume of your butt‘ in the vision of the National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd.
Last, but not least, Vitamin E is yet another antioxidant but also have the effects of hydrating the skins and refilling the collagen which is reducing wrinkles and fights cellulite.
All these ingredients are working as they are the best ingredients in hundreds of beauty products and DIY skin care lotions and beauty masks. But the way they are advertised on the Apex Booty site is absurd and has no scientifically back-up.
Let’s take the statement about Macadamia seeds oil, for example. There is little to none scientific evidence that can support the theory according to which a product when applied topically on the skin can affect the functionality of the glands.
Another example is the soy protein use explication on the Apex Booty official site. Remember it? They claim that the soy protein is keeping your muscles strong.
For doing that, the soy protein must reach the muscles. There is no possibility for the soy protein a topical skin product to do that. The conclusion on why they said that is simple: it just sounds good and effective.
Even more against their reliability, Apex Health Brands say nothing about the roots extracts and the other herb extracts contained in their Apex Booty Pop cream.
Apex Booty Pop butt enhancement cream pricing
One Apex Booty Pop bottle costs you $64.99 plus $4.99 in shipping and handling fees.
Your card will be automatically billed for a new bottle of Apex Booty cream after 30 days after your first order has been placed.
Additionally, few months ago there has also been the option of a free trial version that would’ve costed you only $7.99 as express shipping fee or $4.99 as regular shipping fee.
However, the trial version bottle was designed to last only for 14 days on a daily usage schedule and if you had forgotten to cancel your subscription, they would have automatically billed your account with $64.99 for a 30-days lasting Apex Booty Pop bottle.
There seems that this trial version is no longer valid, at least for the moment, or is still on even though there is no information regarding this offer on the Apex Booty Pop official site.
Who is the National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd?
Is difficult to find anything valuable about this company. In fact, there are almost no reliable information about this company on the Internet but only some references about it on its other supplements such as Apex Garcinia, Apex Belly Melt, or Apex Cleanse.
After thoroughly researching about them I identified one semi-official site that presents more info on the company. Therefore, I was able to find out the following interesting things.
National Supplement Beauty Solutions Ltd was founded in 2016 in California, USA, but now it has its HQ and postal address in Glasgow, Scotland, even though their official contact number is an American landline.
The company’s founder and owner is lawyer Molly Rita Roselie who is living in Glasgow but originating from Seychelles (a country -an archipelago to be more specific- in East African Indian Ocean, if you’re wondering what’s this).
The company is not registered with the BBB, since it is an UK-based company, and I couldn’t find any reviews coming from its clients.
Consumers’ opinions on Apex Booty Pop cream
Even though specialized reviews do not consider it worthy for $74.99, there are some happy customers posting how good this cream is working for the in the comments area of the review sites.
On the other hand, there are some women who say that Apex Booty Pop cream is useless and had no effects on them.
On review sites, Apex Booty Pop received rates of between 1.5-stars to 3.7-stars. It simply looks that this is that kind of product that is not working for everyone and when it works it has good results.
Conclusion on Apex Booty Pop
It is hard to say if it’s really working without giving it a try, therefore you should do that if you think that a firmer and sexier butt is what you need.
In conclusion, Apex Booty Pop butt enhancement cream might be working and, even if not offering a fuller aspect to your butt, the ingredients in it, especially the green tea extract, Macadamia oil, and Vitamin E, will definitely heal scars and stretch marks, will eliminate cellulite, and will reduce wrinkles and skin dryness.
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