If you have an interest in shedding pounds there can only be one reason, you looked in the mirror and got disgusted with your appearance. And, since you have never had success with dieting or diet-exercise regimens, you are on your last hope that there is something that will help. So, you figure that you’d give a diet supplement a try.
So, the question is, will SCI Diet Patch really be a safe, effective, and inexpensive alternative to a surgical procedure, or will it just doom you to failed expectations again, only at the expense of your wallet and pride?
Diet Patch claims to be the next best thing to homemade bread in the diet industry, offering a skin application product over a bill that will stimulate metabolism, reduce bloating, eliminate toxins, and control appetite all in a one day patch, which would mean— problem solved.
They have customer reviews posted on the product site, mostly positive, but how independent they may be is unable to be determined. Since there are no negative reviews posted, the positives may be misleading. Discounts are offered if you purchase this product in multiples. The maker claims that there are no unwanted side effects, but there are no outside clinical reports for these claims. These are the primary real pluses.
Regarding the minuses, there are a couple worth mentioning, but the two that stand out the most are; 1) compared to other diet supplements this is an expensive product to use for long-term weight loss at about $40 for a one-week supply, and 2) there is no mention of a money back guarantee. Generally, this would be sufficient to warrant hesitation, but the lack of independent clinical research and the possibility of biased customer reviews should cause you to think carefully before purchasing. While the product claims that all the ingredients are listed, the type of ingredients may be foreign to you. It is wise to double check each one to know if there are issues that may affect your health since there is hardly anything in the world that is without side effects for everyone. That just about covers the primary list of real minuses.
Though the list of ingredients is short and may only be the active ingredients, the maker does provide exact amounts of each on the product site. And of course, just to make sure you aren’t allergic to any of the ingredients you need to read the list.
Ingredients: Vitamin E, vitamin A, aloe vera (aloin removed), Natrum mur, wheat germ oil, Sea vegetation extract (Fucus vesiculosus), and graphites. Exact concentrations of all of these ingredients are revealed on the official product website.
Assuming that the positive reviews are legitimate and that these patches are effective in at least the reduction of weight, it would be wise to also consider that it is unlikely that this patch does everything that this patch claims to do. And though it may actually be an alternative to surgery, you may want to at least include your health care provider’s opinion on your health while using this product. Without a money back guarantee, the purchase may be more costly than you plan. The bottom line is any “magic” product that claims things that are not supported by evidence is questionable and a risky investment.
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