Napsil makes a lot of bold claims that bigger companies don’t touch, partly because they can’t prove it and partly because they would get sued by the FTC. Napsil gets away with it, because they are small and insignificant. They have a grand total of 3 ingredients, 2 of which are not proven to do anything, and one of which is based purely on unfounded hype. And they can’t even stick to the facts with their one ingredient that is proven or for that matter use the required amount of it. They claim that their product will prevent cancer and reduce cellulite when nothing has been proven to actually reduce cellulite, and attacking cancer is a big claim again they cannot back up with fact. They charge far too much and provide no reason for you to buy Napsil.