Not only claiming to help with weight loss but overall detoxification, SkinnyMint is a tea detox, or teatox, that claims that it can have it’s users lose weight, get a flatter stomach and be overall healthier as well. The general audience this product is geared toward is women.
In addition to this, the ingredients included are claimed to be all natural and help boost metabolism. At the same time the makers of this product stress that this is not a meal replacement program. SkinnyMint is meant to work in a two step process, one tea in the morning and one at night. The program itself lasts either 14 or 28 days long.
So is this product effective in it’s claims? We decided to find out.
SkinnyMint is manufactured by a company of the same name. It has it’s headquarters in Singapore. SkinnyMint has their products produced in Germany and later packaged in Singapore. SkinnyMint can be purchased solely on the company’s website.
SkinnyMint works by the user taking two different herbal teas, one in the morning and one at night. While the Morning Boost concoction is filled with stimulants, the Night Cleanse has laxatives that are meant to detox the body. This product is meant to be used over the course of either 14 or 28 days. Users are instructed to drink the Morning Boost in the morning, and the Night Cleanse after dinner. It is not advised to take more than is instructed. Exercise is recommended, but not counted as necessary.
We could find no independent reviews on this product to verify its claims.
SkinnyMint is made up of drinks that are broken into two parts: a drink that is meant to be taken in the morning, and another that is meant to be taken at night. Both mixes contain 8 ingredients included in them. All the ingredients included in this product are all natural. Some of the ingredients included may be found in diet pills on the top 10 list, which are only filled with natural ingredients.
Headaches, nausea, stomach pains, vomiting, low potassium levels, allergic reactions, heightened blood pressure and palpitations.
Dehydration may also arise from use of this product. Symptoms of dehydration include: Dry mouth, fatigue, dizziness, fever, constipation, fainting and inability to urinate or sweat.
This product is available on an international level and when purchased on the official website, free shipping is included.
This product likes to boast that it is filled with all natural ingredients, but just because a product has natural ingredients, that doesn’t mean that it is necessarily healthy for you. Included in the Night Cleanse blend are laxatives, which are not seen as a healthy option to lose weight. Dehydration is a possible issue that may arise from this.
The official website also features no clinical studies to prove that this product is either effective or safe as it is claimed to be. The website also does not list how much of each ingredient goes into this product, which puts into question how effective any one of the ingredients actually is.
Lastly this product costs $54.90 for a 28 day detox. That’s a lot of money to spend for a product that won’t even last you a full month.
There are healthy ingredients included in this, there is no doubt about that. However just because an ingredient is natural, that doesn’t mean that it is good for you, as some of the ingredients are.
Just because a product may have natural ingredients in it, that doesn’t by extension make it a weight loss miracle, or for that matter, healthy for you. There are laxatives in this product which are a cause of concern, because this may lead to dehydration. There are better dietary supplements out there that don’t have this side effect.
While the short program time that this product may be enticing, that doesn’t prove that it is effective. Include into this that the company says that exercise isn’t necessary and there’s all the more reason to be skeptical of this product. While there are healthy ingredients, it’s best that you take them separately, instead of jam packed into a product like this that may give you side effects.
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