Lipovarin sells itself as an advanced Thermogenic Super Weight Loss Formula that’s specifically tailored to your highly sensitive needs.
That’s quite the name: Advanced, Thermogenic, and Superwell find out if that’s true.
As far as how Lipovarin has tailored their formula to your highly sensitive needs?
I have no idea seeing as how they’re truly trying to appeal to the masses.
Lipovarin Ingredient Formulation
Lipovarin claims that all of their ingredients are the premium grade but they’re just blowing smoke.
In all likelihood, they derive their ingredients from the same sources as 90% of all diet pill companies.
Exactly what does Lipovarin contain? While they don’t provide supplement facts at all on their website (more on that later), their sales copy lists the following as ingredients:
- Green Tea Extract – thumbs up on this ingredient. Green Tea is a proven metabolic enhancer backed by mounds of research.
- 5-HTP – thumbs up on this ingredient as well not for weight loss as a mood enhancer.
- Carnitine – I haven’t yet studied this amino acid in-depth, so I’ll stay neutral on it for now.
- Metabromine – this is derived from cocoa and cocoa is popular in several fat burning formulations (especially in the trademarked form of Chocamine). I personally haven’t found a whole bunch of research linking cocoa or its derivatives to fat loss, however.
- Calcium – while calcium is great for the bones, its use in aiding fat loss is questionable (to put it nicely).
But How Much is in Lipovarin Exactly?
Further down on the Lipovarin sales page they then mention the ingredients I already discussed above.
The key question to ask with all of this is how much of each of these ingredients are actually in there?
We don’t know. Well, at least they’re not forthcoming on their website. I actually called their number (1-866-850-3170) and spoke with a rep.
He went and grabbed a bottle and read the ingredients and amounts to me.
I’m impressed with the fact that the phone was answered so quickly. I’m not impressed that they don’t list their supplement facts on their site but force you to call.
The key points: 350 mg of AdvantraZ ((keep in mind, that synephrine, the active ingredient, isn’t extracted from AdvantraZ, so a comparable amount of synephrine would be somewhere in the neighborhood of 15-20 mg.
Diet pill companies such as Lipovarin put Advantra Z on there because 350 mg sounds a lot more impressive than 15 mg even though the end result is the same)), 100 mg of Green Tea (that’s small), 200 mg of caffeine (that’s pretty good), 15 mg of 7 Keto (that’s small, because 7-Keto is expensive).
Besides not listing their supplement facts, Lipovarin pulls a few more things that I don’t prefer. They use the dumb As Seen In trick where they fan out some magazines to make you think Lipovarin has been featured in those magazines. That’s not true.
Their website has some amateur mistakes that cast doubt on the company’s ability to really put together a weight loss solution and which actually make Lipovarin look like some fly-by-night operation.
For instance, when you click on the link for today’s DISCOUNT OFFER! you’re taken to liveperson.com the provider of the chat software Lipovarin uses.
Of course, their live person is always gone because I’ve been to the site during all sorts of hours of the day and it always only has the option to leave a message.
Their website design overall looks like they had some teenagers whip it together in one afternoon.
Finally, their link to the Rapid Weight loss System (note the inconsistent uses of CaPiTaL letters) doesn’t go anywhere. It’s a dead link.
The Lipovarin site doesn’t exactly exude professionalism.
Don’t get me started on their testimonials. Suzy Bruce isn’t the same person, neither is Wendi P or Lissett A. Peter D. could just as easily been sticking his gut out in one picture and sucking it in the next after a haircut.
Toni Walden looks like she lost weight using a revolutionary new weight loss system called Adobe Photoshop.
I could go on and on. I have my doubts that the before and after testimonial pictures for Lipovarin from Mikey R. are really the same person.
Fake testimonial pictures aren’t a new thing. This company likes to use the same pictures for different products.
Lipovarin Review Conclusion
Lipovarin had a shot at being a great product. Their ingredient profile is a great start, they just went a little bit weak in a few areas.
What really makes me avoid recommending Lipovarin is that they don’t include their supplement facts, and they use dishonest marketing practices.
Also, they don’t appear to offer any sort of moneyback guarantee, which is a shame, considering there are some diet pill products now that offer lifetime moneyback guarantees.
There are diet pills available out there from more reputable companies for the same or even a cheaper price.
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