EvoMuse (Evolutionary Muse) is a company, that according to the brief “about us“ info specialises in innovation and provides products that will help you achieve your goals. There is very little background information, but the company may be based somewhere in Ohio USA.
EvoMuse Eviscerate Supernova is a pretty wacky looking supplement that claims to help you target weight loss by spraying your fatty areas with a pump spray. There is some evidence that Aminophylline one of the components may have a fat reducing effect, but this requires further clinical testing to prove the claims one way or another. In addition, this spray does not reveal the quantities, and contains a lot of filler ingredients that will not do anything at all. It is highly unlikely to work as described.
Side effects are unlikely, but may include skin irritation or an allergic reaction to the spray. The spray contains caffeine which some people believe can enter the blood stream via the skin so you may experience mild caffeine side effects such as jitteriness, insomnia, and anxiety if you are sensitive.
EvoMuse Eviscerate Supernova is expensive. You can buy a two pump pack from the EvoMuse website for a whopping $85.
Each pump spray contains 5fl oz, but there is no information about how long this will actually last you if you use as directed.
EvoMuse Eviscerate Supernova is also on sale via Amazon USA for around $51.00 for one spray bottle.
EvoMuse Eviscerate Supernova is an unusual weight loss supplement that comes in the form of a spray, that you use on fatty areas in order to make them go away. It is packaged in a pump, rather like the ones for whipping cream (although much smaller) and according to the advertising, will work on fatty areas including “Hips/butt/thighs, upper arms, dreaded “pec fat”, and even that nasty double chin.”
One ingredient is Aminophylline which is best known as a medication for asthma, because when inhaled it helps relax muscles and opens airways. However, when it is applied topically to the skin as here, it may help reduce body fat.
The research into Aminophylline in very early stages but it looks promising. In one clinical trial that was carried out on 50 people with a BMI of over 27, results suggested that after 12 weeks of use waist measurements were greater than those in the control group.
EvoMuse Supernova Eviscerate also contains Stearoyl Vanillylamide, a compound found in hot chilli peppers that some people believe boosts adrenaline when taking orally and has a fat burning effect. There is insufficient evidence to prove this, apart from some testing on mice. Whether or not Stearoyl Vanillylamide is suitable for delivery through the skin is unknown.
EvoMuse SuperNova Eviscerate contains a lot of ingredients which show up in conventional weight loss supplements such as raspberry ketones, Yohimbine and revesterol. There are no guarantees that many of them will do that much when you take them orally, so it seems highly unlikely they will do anything at all when they are applied to the skin.
EvoMuse is a US-based company that does not provide much information to customers such as an address or any contact details and because the company sell to customers directly from the product website, this is a concern.
How do you know that the products they sell are safe, or that EvoMuse won’t someday suddenly disappear taking your money with them? If EvoMuse wanted to fully engage with customers and were a reputable business, there would be some background information to the company, such as an address and phone number.
The CEO of the company is named as Matt Pearson, and after some digging on social media, we found he was based in Ohio.
We covered EvoMuse Alphaburn, a supplement in capsule form in a previous review on our sister site.
However, most of the other EvoMuse supplements are applied topically such as skin care products Bobu, Brite, Eviscerate Smolder a topical fat burner and more.
The Eviscerate Supernova advertising is confusing, to say the least! This company cannot even seem to decide on the correct name for the supplement. Is it Supernova Eviscerate? Or is it Eviscerate Supernova? This matches the website which is hard to navigate and really does not make much sense.
We guess the aim of the product description is to confuse you and to convince you that this company knows what it is doing! It doesn’t work because in our opinion the product description looks like the ravings of a lunatic!
“Eviscerate SUPERNOVA, in addition to being highly effective in the ab area, will do what few other formulas can pull off—targeting fat everywhere it tries to “hide”. Hips/butt/thighs, upper arms, dreaded “pec fat”, and even that nasty double chin.”
So far so good, but then the product advertising loses the plot completely.
“SUPERNOVA will work locally to convert those stubborn white fat cells into a gigantic heat array, rapidly leaning out even the most difficult areas.”
“a-Eleostearic acid, the main driving force behind the unbelievably successful and most effective, original, phenotype altering formulas of the past decade (BRITE™), is driven into those stubborn areas causing a potent and long lasting leaning effect.
With a molecular weight of just over 278 daltons, a-Eleostearic acid (from Bitter Melon Seed Oil) is the perfect candidate for localized delivery. I have developed a hybrid carrier, combining the effectiveness of the Eviscerate and the water-soluble ingredients with the Abliderate carrier for the more lipophilic compounds, to form the Perfect Storm of fat annihilation.
Included in the formula will be a boosted Aminophylline content, and the very special compound Stearoyl Vanillylamide, a potent TRPV1 agonist without the intense burn of Capsaicin.
So while the name says SUPERNOVA, the only thing burning will be the fat—up in sweat. Joining the club will be the Sulfated Glucosamine, in order to induce the fat cells in the area to become slightly insulin resistant and less able to fill up their bellies with ugly fatty acids.”
There is no explanation about what any of this actually means. There is no clinical proof anywhere to say that any of this will create “a perfect storm of fat annihilation” as claimed.
It is highly unlikely it will do much, if anything at all. You cannot rub away fat by rubbing a potion onto your body. That said some people claim that caffeine can improve the appearance of cellulite but you will probably get better results getting out the coffee jar and trying it for yourself.
However, the main problem here is that research looking into transdermal (through the skin) delivery of medication is facing numerous challenges relating to the thickness of the skin and the physical make up of the medication itself. Not everything can be successfully delivered through the skin. Substances need to have a specific oily composition, and be of very low molecular weight. It can work for some substances such as nicotine and vitamins but not all. Source
That rules out most of the ingredients contained in the supplement. That said Aminophylline has been clinically tested on 50 people and results were seen to be encouraging. The volunteers kept to a 1400 calorie a day diet and all (unsurprisingly) lost weight over 14 weeks with the control group of women reducing their waist measurement the greatest. The testing conclusion recommended further investigation into Aminophylline as a topical fat reducing treatment, but this has not seemed to have happened. Source
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This supplement comes in the form of a topical spray, so ingredient quantities do not have to be disclosed, and there are a lot of them! We will look into the ingredients named in the advertising.
The full ingredients list is as follows:
Side effects seem unlikely. However some experts claim that caffeine can enter the blood stream through the skin, so it is theoretically possible that you might notice caffeine side effects such as:
Otherwise, side effects are more likely to come from a reaction to the spray, or localised irritation in the areas you have sprayed.
We found a small number of independent customer reviews on Amazon.
This customer felt that the product was still in the development stage,
Product is very very clumpy, big chunks of what I assume to be the carbomer roll up and fall off onto the floor in decent size pieces. Little brown dots all over your skin. Takes a long time to dry. Works decently with exercise and diet, but feels like a beta product. The chunks even block up the opening. It’s bad.
Another customer described it as wasteful and messy, and said much the same thing as the previous commentator,
It clumps badly during application no matter how much it is shaken beforehand. Would love the product if not for the mess it makes. My son has the same problem. I hate waste & this issue seems to waste lots of the product.
The third customer was more positive,
Supernova is exceptional, for one reason….Its effects are localised. Meaning, where you rub it in is where you will notice diminished fat stores. How much? I’ve lost 3cm over a period of 10weeks EXTRA to what Id normally lose in that time period (I effectively doubled my fat loss around my stomach). 3cm doesn’t sound much, as most of us use scale weight as a metric guide. But for anyone familiar with fat loss efforts, they know the stomach region is where it’s at and scale weight is an unreliable indicator.
Measure your stomach on this stuff, and don’t solely go by mirror or scale. Theres no other “fat burner” like this one. Truly unique.
There is no money-back guarantee on offer with this supplement.
You can buy EvoMuse Supernova Eviscerate direct from the EvoMuse website.
It is also on sale via Amazon USA.
We do not rate EvoMuse Eviscerate Supernova very highly at all. This supplement seems very experimental and unproven and although one of the components may have an effect upon topical fat loss, we can’t see this supplement working as described.
In our opinion, this expensive spray is a novelty product dressed up as science and although it is unlikely to cause too many side effects, this is no reason for buying it. We would have liked to believe in it, but common sense tells us that it is only going to bring disappointment. Save your money and leave this one alone!
Overall, we do not recommend EvoMuse Eviscerate Supernova to our readers.
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