Apex Vitality Booty Pop Review – Will It Work?
Booty Pop is a new skin cream made by the team at Apex Vitality. The ‘adding a little pop with a drop' cream was made specifically for your buttox and promises to make your “booty pop” by toning and firming your butt all while reducing stretch marks.
Now celebrity personality Blac Chyna is endorsing the butt enhancement skin cream who said it has been her personal ‘all natural booty enhancer'. TMZ was the first news outlet to cover the story immediately calling Booty Pop a ‘fake ass scam'. Read our Apex Vitality Booty Pop review below to find out more about if this is a real butt enhancer cream or just another me too product to give you a ‘juicy booty' as Black Chyna would reference it as.
What is Apex Vitality Booty Pop?
Apex Vitality Booty Pop is a skin serum that promises to give you a better looking butt. By applying the serum daily, you can reduce stretch marks, eliminate cellulite, remove wrinkles, and get a fuller, toner butt – sounds like a winning combination to us.
The serum calls itself “the hottest new butt enhancement cream out there.” On their new sales page at ApexBootyPop.com, the manufacturer posts dozens of pictures of women on social media showing off their new and improved bootylicious backsides – these women are seen holding the advanced formula Booty Pop product kit claiming it has helped them firm and tighten which is every women's dream in many cases.
Apex Vitality Booty Pop promises to improve the appearance of your butt in as little as two weeks using an “advanced formula”. Does this formula really work? Let’s find out.
How Does Booty Pop Work?
In order for Booty Pop to transform the appearance of your butt in just 2 weeks, there must be some powerful ingredients, herbs and extracts involved. When we review their website, we see it indeed is using a mixture of green tea, soy protein, macadamia seed oil, vitamin e and other herbal extracts.
Yes, that’s their secret formula. It is not saying by rubbing green tea on your butt, you can make it look like you’ve been doing squats for years – but does say it can add an extra edge and help boost your skin's ability to remain healthy and hydrated.
There are just four listed active ingredients in Booty Pop, including all of the following:
— Green Tea: Known for containing a high amount of antioxidants to “fight the signs of aging in and below the skin’s surface.”
— Soy Protein: “Keeps your muscles strong and firm” (yes, the makers of Booty Pop claim you can topically apply protein to your skin to deliver that protein into your muscles beneath, which is absurd).
— Macadamia Seed Oil: Stimulates the “pituitary glands to raise hormonal levels that boost the volume of your butt.” Seriously, that’s the word for word description on the official website.
— Vitamin E: A common antioxidant found in many skin care products and moisturizers. In Booty Pop, it claims to replenish collagen and firm up your skin to avoid wrinkles and cellulite.
Unfortunately for us, Apex Vitality never lists any scientific evidence supporting these benefits.
However we did do some related google searches and did see that these ingredients have been shown to have beneficial skin qualities, although not particularly with the butt area.
While the science may be found, they do not make it very apparent and chose not to source or site any credible studies. They claim the above ingredients will singlehandedly “retain the moisture and fatty acids” in your butt to get it a fuller, plumper appearance. They also claim it works “from the inside out” to build and improve your muscles.
This is optimal, but are these benefits really going to come from a butt enhancement cream? Anyone who is thinking reasonably will understand Booty Pop will merely supplement your chances at firming and tightening your post derriere skin.
It’s true: protein – including soy protein – is a valuable way to build new muscles. Apex's Booty Pop is is supposed to be a protein rich topical cream that you apply to the surface of your skin and expect it to penetrate into the muscles beneath your surface.
It is true to note that the pituitary gland produces hormones (six hormones, in fact) but there is little evidence indicating that applying macadamia seed oil topically to your skin will stimulate the release of hormones from your pituitary gland. We would recommend doing a Google search for macadamia seed oil benefits to find out more about what it can do.
We are still left to wonder whether or not Apex Vitality's butt enhancement cream has listed the full supplement facts and ingredients of what's in Booty Pop. We just know the four active ingredients which all carry weight in their own right as beneficial herbs and oils. Typically, when a product like this comes in the form of a serum, there are dozens of other ingredients inside to hold the ingredients together. That is what we will inquire about in the future and let us truly know if it is working for individuals or not.
Apex Vitality Booty Pop Pricing
Booty Pop, like many other online skin care creams, is available online through a free trial offer in which you are offered to pay $4.99 for a trial sized bottle that will allow you to try before you buy. All of this needs to happen within 14 days of your initial order date or you can expect to start getting charged the full monthly amount. There are no secret or hidden charges other than this which is not really hidden or secret if you read the fine print.
Here’s how it works:
-You pay only the shipping for on your “free trial” and has the shipping costs either $7.99 (express shipping) or $4.99 (regular shipping). You’ll need to enter a credit card to pay that fee.
-In the fine print at the bottom of the page, you’ll find out that your trial bottle will cost $4.99 then priced out at $64.99 per month. Your credit card is automatically charged that fee 14 days after you ordered Booty Pop (regardless of whether or not your trial product has even arrived by this time).
-Every 30 days thereafter, you’ll be charged the full month price of $64.99 + $4.99 shipping and you’ll receive another bottle of Booty Pop in your mailbox. Just be aware of this.
-Apex Vitality will continue charging your credit card every month for the rest of your life (or until you cancel). To cancel, call Apex Vitality at 1-844-273-9848 who has quality customer service from the feedback we received.
Just for being a valued reader, a hint is if you want to save money when buying Booty Pop, just hit the Back or Escape buttons from the sales page and you will receive a coupon lowering your shipping costs to $1.99.
Ultimately, there are so many creams and serums to choose from for a variety of skin care conditions – but Apex Vitality does have a quality reputation with a handful of products which indicate they are not some fly by night company or product line. There are many other red flags with scammy pricing policy's that do not offer a phone number or honorable refund policy like Apex Booty Pop comes with.
About Apex Vitality
Booty Pop is made by a cosmetic company named Apex Vitality. That company maintains two offices: one in Montreal and the other in Provo, Utah. The company can be reached by phone at 1-844-273-9848. They do not list an email address.
Apex Vitality is known for making a wide variety of health supplements online, including diet pills and anti-aging skin creams. Their products are frequently reviewed from what we found and many customers accuse the company of not making consumers aware of the free trial / autoship billing policy – but now that you have read our review, having hundreds of dollars in stolen/fraudulent credit card charges should not be a problem for you.
You will see there are several legitimate reviews saying the company’s products work as advertised but many of them just refer to be careful about getting into the free trial sample offer. Of course, Apex Vitality responds by saying that you agree to these charges when you accept the terms and conditions on the sales page.
They are taking on a risk by giving you the product to try before you cancel so in many ways it is a fair business game as long as you are an educated shopper.
In any case, the company has a solid reputation compared to the hundreds of other similar products we have that carry a very poor online reputation. You don’t have to research all the companies long online to find all sorts of complaints about scams and secret credit card charges or read the comments on our blog. Be sure to leave your feedback below that is uncensored and left as your word to notify others who may be interested in buying their butt enhancement skin care cream.
Should You Use Booty Pop to Get a Better Butt?
Booty Pop makes promises that only a special kind of topical serum can make: it promises to transform your booty in just 2 weeks simply by rubbing a skin serum all over it. To convince you that it works, they show you pictures from women who have purportedly used the supplement with great success. While it should be noted, in reality, these pictures might possibly be before-and-after pictures from Instagram of women who have been doing squats for years – everyone knows that creams and serums can help improve the overall quality of your skin health – and maybe Booty Pop butt enhancement cream is finally the solution women need to boost their butts skin.
We will close with a little practical advice, by saying, getting a better butt requires hard work. You can either lather on a skin cream and expect it to work – especially when it contains the four basic ingredients included in Booty Pop – or combine it with the right diet and exercise routine.
While the shortened ingredients list, lack of evidence (although available online), and shoddy pictures might be enough to sway us from not recommending this product- we do not want to have short sighted success in saying that buying this cream could give you the motivation to improve your body and the way it looks. Just be mindful of the free trial buying process.
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