Lipo 6 Review


Think Twice

This over-the-counter product is a liquid capsule that gives you a big boost of energy and makes your heart race so it feels as though your metabolism is going crazy. It does not seem to actually help most people lose weight.

Important note: The review below is based on accessible public information. It is possible that the consumer and expert reviews we found were posted by people or organizations affiliated with the diet pill maker. We do not vouch for the effectiveness or safety of this diet pill, and urge you to consult your doctor about the pros and cons of taking diet pills to help you lose weight.

Lipo 6 (starting at $25/month, Amazon) is a liquid capsule diet pill that gives you a big boost of energy by boosting your metabolism, or so the marketing claims. But what Lipo 6 does is make your heart race and you may feel as though your metabolism is going wild. Side effects are common with this product and include nausea, dizziness, and vomiting. According to Lipo 6 reviews on, this diet pill doesn't seem to actually help most people lose weight. Because it's an over-the-counter product that's cheap and easy to obtain, people seem to try it regardless of reports indicating its uselessness as a weight loss aid.

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Although some ingredients used in Lipo 6 have been tested for safety and effectiveness, the manufacturer doesn't provide information about the amount of these tested ingredients. Additionally, there are ingredients in this product that have not been tested. Compared with other diet pills, Lipo 6 offers a much less user-friendly refund policy. You have to get approval before returning the product and you must make the return within 30 days of purchase. This doesn't bode well for people who are uncertain about the short-run results.

You probably want to think twice, or maybe not bother, before spending your money on Lipo 6. The results reported by other users are discouraging and the side effects can be discomfiting. The absence of a money-back guarantee is a warning that you won't be spending your money wisely on diet pills if you choose Lipo 6.

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