Alright, so I am not a big fan of diet pills in the first place. However, I will try to answer this question with out mentioning the hundreds of consumer complaints about deceitful billing practices and lack of results. And the fact that the Obesity Research Institute, the makers of Lipozene, recently settled a 1.5 million dollar lawsuit with the FTC for making false claims. Oops...sorry about that. Ok so if you want to read up on that Click Here.
Lipozene itself is a decent idea but it is extremely overpriced for what you are actually buying. It's essentially fiber. Its two main ingredients are Konjac and Glucomannan. Both of these ingredients are semi-effective appetite suppressants, but the asking price by Lipozene is crazy.
Be careful with the "Free" Trial. According to some consumer reviews, you'll end up with a headache trying to cancel your autoship and less money in your bank account.
Lipozene Consumer Reviews:
Does Lipozene Have Side Effects?
Yes. Gas, bloating, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Does Lipozene Offer a Money Back Guarantee?
Yes, but I'm not convinced. A lot of companies simply offer guarantees as merely lip service. From what I've read, it's difficult to get a refund with this company. As a warning, the guarantee only lasts 30 days from the date of purchase, so be careful. Read Some Reviews Here!
Also, if you did receive a prompt and full refund, let me know and I will consider changing these statements or at least letting both sides be known.
The Bottom Line...Is Lipozene Worth Trying?
No. I would never recommend this product. And this is not based on if the product works or not. It is because it's overpriced and the company has a bad reputation.
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