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.
With claims to being a fat burner, Lipovox (starting at $30/month, Amazon) is popular with many diet pill critics because it contains only natural (thus, safe) ingredients. The ingredients used in Lipovox include some of the 10 "superfoods" that are touted on sites like WebMD and by celebrities like Oprah as being good for your health. "Superfoods" like acai berry and yogurt are safe, healthy, and are unlikely to cause any nasty side effects when you take Lipovox.
The effectiveness of Lipovox as a weight loss tool, however, isn't anything to shout about. Lipovox reviews indicate that users experience mixed results, with a noticeable absence of reports indicating that Lipovox helps you to lose weight and keep it off. One review on Amazon says the user drinks more water and serves as a good colon cleanser but otherwise doesn't seem useful for weight loss. Lipovox offers a money-back guarantee that allows you to return one already-opened bottle and any number of unopened bottles for a full refund, which can be a cost-effective way to test out this diet pill option.
Lipovox is probably safe for your body and your wallet, but it may not lead to the weight loss results that you desire. But everyone is different, so you may want to take the chance that this product will work for you. Just don't get your hopes up.