I stumbled upon an interesting product a little while ago that I’ve been meaning to blog about for some time now! Today is finally that day… the day I introduce you to Volufiline for buttocks!

In this article I’ll walk you through what Volufiline is, what I have found in my research on this compound, how it can help boost your booty, and where you can get it from.

What Is Volufiline?

Volufiline is a plant-based ingredient that is used in some butt enhancement creams to stimulate the growth of fat cells in the areas it is applied.

What’s great about this product is that it’s non-hormonal (meaning it won’t mess with your body’s natural hormone cycles), topical, and natural. Volufiline itself is a trademarked compound made by a company called Sederma (link here).

It contains the plant extract sarsasapogenin, from a Chinese herb known as Zhi Mu (The actual name of this plant is Anemarrhena asphodeloides). This extract has been shown to actually stimulate the growth of adipocytes (fat cells). As well as sarsasapogenin, Volufiline combines this active ingredient with a hydrogenated oil, called hydrogenated polyisobutene, which acts with this sarsasapogenin to increase the amount of fat stored.

Body Remodelling

Who would have thought it would be possible to simply apply a cream that could actually reshape your body – but that’s exactly what Volufiline has been shown to do!  The applications it is mainly used for is breast enhancement as well as butt enhancement.

Remodelling your booty by using a butt enhancement cream with an active ingredient like Volufiline seems scientifically sound. The best part about Volufiline is that it isn’t just causing a kind of temporary swelling – rather, it stimulates existing fat cells to divide and proliferate, and stick around as well.

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Adipocytes are fat cells. This image from the Sederma Volufiline study shows a marked increase in adipocytes after treatment with Volufiline.

Does Volufiline Actually Work?

OK Jolie, I hear you saying, you’ve got me interested, but how do I know this stuff actually does what you are saying it does?

Sederma, the creators of Volufiline, did some studies to test their formulation, which can be viewed here. While I’m always skeptical of research carried out by potentially biased parties (it’s not like it is an independent study), it does include some interesting information.

I also noticed that there are several US Patents covering Volufiline and sarsasapogenin-containing products, another indication that there really may be something to this compound after all.

Test-Tube Study Results – Sederma

In vitro (in test tubes) studies showed that a 1.5% solution of volufiline gave results of a 26-fold increase in cell volume for adipocytes, which is quite impressive! Can you imagine the fat in your butt increasing 26 times in volume?! (Maybe a bit much for most of us, lol!). Nevertheless, this test-tube study does prove that the active ingredients in Volufiline are capable of producing an increase in fat cell volume.

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These images are from the Sederma Volufiline study. Human fat cells were stained with red for visibility and incubated for 6 days. You can clearly see the growth in fat cells in the 1% Volufiline test tube.

Human Experimental Results – Sederma

As for the actual tests done on human participants, a study was completed with volunteers applying a cream containing 5% Volufiline to the breasts. One breast was used as a control and the 5% Volufiline cream was applied to the other.  A three-dimensional imaging technique was used to analyze the results. Here’s what was reported after 56 days:

1.4% increase in the volume of the 5% VOLUFILINE™-treated breast
zone over 28 days; up to a 2.2% increase at T56 days
For the best responders: 6.4% increase at 28 days and 8.4% increase
at 56 days

(Source: Sederma Volufiline Study)

While it’s not nearly as impressive as the in-vitro results, these results are nothing to be sneezed at. The test-tube results were for fat cells which were directly exposed to Volufiline, while in the human studies, getting the Volufiline to absorb well enough to come into contact with fat cells seems to be the limiting factor.

In any case, considering that it’s a safe way to get your body to grow it’s own fat in areas you choose, I think Volufiline sounds like a pretty neat ingredient!

How to Use Volufiline To Enhance Your Butt

If you like what you’ve seen so far, then you might want to give Volufiline a try for yourself. If this is you, you’ll need to find a cream that has Volufiline as an active ingredient (in at least a 5% concentration, as this is what was used in the Sederma study).

The best way to use Volufiline for your butt is to apply it regularly to the areas that you want to enhance. Allowing the active ingredient to really soak in and absorb into the fatty tissue below is key, so make sure this will fit into your daily schedule.

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Don’t apply Volufiline creams just before going for a swim… the active ingredient needs time to soak in and absorb!

For some of those who want to try and alter the shape of their butt, you might benefit from applying a Volufiline-containing cream to just the certain areas of your butt that you would like to have more volume on (for example, just the sides, if you have a H or V shape). I know it sounds criminal not to just apply it all over for an overall boost to volume, but sometimes a sacrifice in overall volume for the sake of rounding out your butt shape a bit more can definitely add to your booty appeal!

Some people might prefer to use Volufiline over their entire butt, and that’s fine too. From the research I’ve done about Volufiline on forums, most users report that it does work, but you have to be consistent, and results can be subtle.

Where to Get Volufiline

Volufiline itself does not appear to be for sale to consumers, but you can get some creams which contain it.

The most reputable looking cream I have found so far with Volufiline in it is Gluteboost’s butt enhancement cream.

The good news is that Gluteboost seem to be a pretty professional company (I have seen some shockers out there when researching butt enhancement pills. On a side note, Gluteboost actually do a butt enhancing pill which I have reviewed here). They may offer a guarantee for their cream, I know they do for their pills (just make sure you comply with any associated fineprint).

Edit: I have since confirmed with Gluteboost customer support that their Butt Enhancement Cream contains 5% concentrations of both Volufiline and Voluplus, which means it’s got the same concentration of Volufiline that was shown to be effective in the Sederma studies.

You can get this butt enhancing cream from the Gluteboost website, or it is also available on Amazon:

I did also find a few other butt enhancement creams which supposedly contain Volufiline on Amazon, but to be honest my first impression was that they don’t look like very credible products/companies (click through images to view the product listings on Amazon.com):

This butt enhancement cream by Fleur De Lis Naturals reportedly contains Volufiline.

Another cream that is supposed to contain Volufiline for stimulating fat cell growth.

This is a breast enhancement cream I found that also is reported to contain Volufiline. No reason it couldn’t be used on the buttocks too!

I also found a body cleanser with 7% Volufiline. I’m not sure if there would be enough time for the active ingredient to sink in and really absorb with this product though, but here it is (available on Amazon) for anyone who may be interested:

Possible DIY Volufiline?

After seeing the dismal amount of Volufiline-containing products on the market, it got me thinking that it might even be possible to create your own butt enhancing cream… after all, we know the active ingredient of Volufiline is the Zhi Mu extract, so…

Could adding Zhi Mu extract to your favorite body cream = instant butt enhancing cream?

… my crazy brain started thinking that maybe you could just add this to any cream and potentially see results? It doesn’t have the hydrogentated polyisobutene part that’s included in Volufiline though, so I might need to do a bit more research to see if this might even be a viable theory. Anyway, that’s just food for thought!

Final Thoughts

I think you’ll agree with me that Volufiline is certainly an interesting ingredient that could definitely help out anyone who is toying with the idea of body remodelling and butt enhancement! It is quite literally a topical agent that can help your body grow extra fat where you want it, and it’s based on a natural extract.

The key to Volufiline is finding a cream with the correct concentration of it – at least 5% to see results, according to the manufacturer’s studies – and then being consistent with your application to ensure enough exposure of the active ingredient to your soon-to-be-larger butt.

Just be careful to only purchase from a reputable company, as there are plenty of scammers out there when it comes to enhancement creams. Do your research, and happy growing!


Volufiline For Buttocks: A Natural Way To Boost Your Butt

12 thoughts on “Volufiline For Buttocks: A Natural Way To Boost Your Butt

  • February 28, 2017 at 4:39 pm


    There is a buyer on eBay that sells 100% volufiline …

    • February 28, 2017 at 8:33 pm

      Interesting Jess, I’d be inclined to do some further research though to find out if it’s legit (there’s the skeptic in me talking!).

    • June 25, 2019 at 4:51 pm

      Interesting, I will order

    • July 10, 2019 at 7:13 pm

      I need the Volufuline.. How do I reach you?

  • July 25, 2017 at 11:59 am

    Where can i get the cream??

    • July 27, 2017 at 7:49 am

      Hey Risamaya,
      If you are interested, please click on the images in this article and it will take you to a page where you can purchase the cream from.
      Thanks for stopping by!

  • June 14, 2018 at 2:06 am

    I look on the glute boost page u posted and the ingredients did not contain Volufiline ..

    • June 16, 2018 at 9:43 am

      Hi Mai,
      I just checked again and from what I can see the Gluteboost Butt Enhancement Cream still does include Volufiline according to their website. I see that it’s not listed as ‘Volufiline’ in the ingredient list though – that’s because the name Volufiline is trademarked by Sederma (the owners). Volufine is an extract of the Zhi Mu plant (Rhizoma Anemarrhenae), so if you check you should see something like this in the cream’s ingredients and that’s the Volufiline component.

      In the Gluteboost Butt Enhancement Cream I believe the Volufiline part is labeled as ‘Anemarrhena’ in the ingredients list, but if you want to confirm you could try checking with the gluteboost online help/customer service department!

      Hope this helps!

  • August 29, 2018 at 11:39 am

    Hi there,

    I’ve also noticed the new heart style glute boost no longer lists voluplus or volufiline in their ingredients. I emailed them about this and was told the following:
    Yes they are indeed still in the cream! They are however listed as different names on the back, the names you’ll see are Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, and Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil.

    So I did my own research and found: Hydrogenated Polyisobutene is a synthetic oil that is used as a mineral oil substitute. It is an emollient & moisturizer, and prevents water loss.

    Macadamia oil (or macadamia nut oil) is the non-volatile oil expressed from the nut meat of the macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia) tree, a native Australian nut. Macadamia oil is sometimes used in food as a frying or salad oil, and in cosmetic formulations as an emollient or fragrance fixative.

    The ‘active’ ingredients hilighted are mere moisturising agents and not voluplus or volufiline. Both were listed on old packaging but not the new heart style. I became suspicious as I bought the new cream and it didnt work like the previous old style clearly labelled packaging had. Gluteboost are being disingenious about the contents of their product and now misleading consumers.

    I think you may have to explore this yourself so as not to misinform your readers.

    • September 1, 2018 at 12:44 pm

      Thank you so much for sharing this information Folusha! That definitely sounds suspicious and well done for being diligent enough to do your own research. I’ll definitely look into this myself when I get some free time and report on what I find too.

  • February 9, 2019 at 4:06 pm

    Thanks for your article, Jolie!

    There’s the excellent little company called SR-Skincare in Liverpool, England that sells Volufiline as a raw material in small amounts:

    Presently (February 2019) their prices for Volufiline are (with US approximations and prices at the current exchange rate):
    30 grams: £14 = £0.47/gr (~1.06 oz: US$~18)
    50 grams: £22 = £0.44/gr (~1.76 oz: US$~23.3)
    100 grams: £40 = £0.4/gr (~3.5 oz: US$~52)
    250 grams: £94 = £0.37/gr (~8.8 oz: US$~121.7)

    I have been a somewhat irregular customer with SR-Skincare since 2013, and although I have to pay postage to Denmark, their products are of a quality and at a price that I have not found anywhere else. Warmly recommended.

    • February 10, 2019 at 4:30 am

      Thanks for this info Martin! I’m sure it will help out anyone who is trying to source volufiline to try it out.


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