Lipo 30 diet pills review – Are they a scam?
What is it?
Lipo30 boldly claims to be the only diet pill on the commercial market that can actually help you lose weight safely and effectively.
The company’s website appears pretty convincing, it has all the expected features of this type of supplement; the skinny and attractive female, the doctor with a clipboard and the science-like blurb on each of its clinically trialled ingredients.
It certainly looks to be worth a try if first impressions are anything to go by. But, the question still remains as to whether or not it actually works…
So is this the diet pill we have all been waiting for?
Lets take a look at the ingredients – Irvingia Gabonensis, GreenSelect Phytosome, Chromax, CoQ10, Caffeine Anhydrous and a blend of four extracts (one of which is cumin) are all included in the Lipo30 formula, and the company do offer a specific break down of these ingredients and their quantities.
Unfortunately, however, the Lipo30 blend itself has not, meaning that there is no way to know for certain that the quantities used in this combination will have any effect on weight-loss at all.
Certainly for Irvingia Gabonensis, for example, the recommended dosage for weight-loss is 150mg twice a day; Lipo30 only contains 100mg of this particular substance, which is arguably less than is required for it to be effective.
So what are Lipo30’s customers saying? Well, other than the selected testimonials on the official website, most of the independent reviews for Lipo30 are less than positive.
There are 7 user reviews on Amazon.com, 6 of which have awarded the product just 1 star out of 5. The most common complaint is that the product is ineffective.
Pros and Cons
Positives: With regards to this brands pros; all of the ingredients are clinically tested and certainly safe to take, they have all been used before in other dieting pills and, in the correct doses, have proven themselves effective.
It also isn’t the most expensive on the market, currently on offer at $29.95 (USD) for a months supply.
Negatives: As for the cons; the Lipo30 blend has not been clinically trialled and, if the reviews are to be believed, the formula itself may not be the most effective on the market.
Also, there is the issue of that dubious Money Back Guarantee that always rings alarms bells. These are notoriously difficult to claim back and often leave the customer out of pocket.
It’s also worth noting that the amount of caffeine in the Lipo30 formula is likely to cause a few side effects, such as jitteriness and difficulty sleeping, which is not actually mentioned on the official website.
Overall rating : (1.5/5)
Probably not the miracle pill that everyone is looking for and certainly not the only pill on the market that actually works, as the company themselves claim.