It's listed halfway through the ingredient list and that's usually a good indicator of how much that particular ingredient comprises the total formula. If it's near the top - it's a main ingredient. If it's at the bottom, it's only in minimal quantity. Caffeine at best is an antioxidant in skincare products, but has no impact to cellulite or puffiness.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Ingredients are listed in order of volume(most used).A Chemist,or as you say pharmacist, taught me this trick probably 20 years ago.Products will always say on the front,"with this and that".How much" this and that?"Well,noone except the company knows the percentages,yet you can guess well.Here is how.Break the full ingredient list into1/3's.The top 1/3,has the most active ing's,the middle1/3 active but much less so,the bottom 1/3,mostly fillers such as preservatives,colourants parfums,etc.Keep in mind if water is the first ingredient ,it probably takes up at least half the formulary.So,in this one water is first(a lot of the product is water)You're caffeine is in the top 1/3,so it is active.Watch out for things like not mentioning an ingredient..Here , the product mentions four main ing's,and how they work to help.However, if you look at the whole list, the second ingredient after water is glycolic acid(that means there is more of it ,than any other ingredient listed after),and it is not mentioned in the product description..This is a primary ingredient, that you are not told about unless you read the whole list.If it tears you're skin up like some folks, you would not know.The most common I notice ,is for instance a product will tout a specific ingredient(let's just say soy),when you look at the whole list,out of 40 ingredients,soy is #34.Quite clever marketing,they know most women do not read the entire list.They also know -in this case ,there is not enough soy to hardly mention,and you're skin probably will not even be affected.I hope this made sense,and helped.By the way food labels are the same. Lisl
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
Yes, it says so right on the ingredient list.
I don't know about any caffeine in it.....I did not drink it.....It is a fabulous new product to firm skin on your body!