Hooderma Review

HoodermaClaiming effective trans-dermal weight-loss and younger-looking skin, Hooderma draws quite a bit of attention to itself.  Hooderma is a cream that claims to be able to deliver the effective ingredients from hoodia gordonii through the skin while also reducing the appearance of wrinkles.  I can’t say I’m ready to fall head over heels for this product, but its worth taking a look at.

The Low Down on Hooderma

By sheer ingredients, Hooderma appears to cover both skin-care and weight-loss.    It contains Green Tea and Hoodia Gordonii for fat burning and appetite suppression and Hyaluronic acid, Aloe Vera, and MSM for skin health. 7-Keto DHEA serves a dual purpse.  I am convinced by the research behind Green Tea, Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe, 7-Keto, and Aloe but not so by hoodia.  Furthermore, I can’t say that through the skin is an effective way to administer hoodia or 7-Keto DHEA.  It may work but certainly not more-so than oral delivery.

Hooderma Pros

  • Good ingredients (except Hoodia; IT DOESN’T WORK!)

Hooderma Cons

  • Not sufficient evidence to prove transdermal delievery system.

The Bottom Line for Hooderma

As I have said, these are generally good ingredients.  You should see some great results for your skin if not for appetite suppression.  I’m not ruling out its potency as a weight-loss product, but it is too new to really come out and say you are going to see better results than in an oral-delivery product.

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Recent Hooderma User Comments

1 Review

  1. Patches Mcgee
    July 17, 2008 @ 11:39 pm

    Comment

    I have to say, this stuff is good. It is as good as wood. Give it a try. You probably won’t die.

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