Leptorexin is a pill that works in six ways to help with weight loss, anti-aging and detoxification to name just a few.
The Leptorexin website is very informative and easy to use as it basically consists of one page, with links to the ordering process and terms and conditions. The page shows a number of testimonials from satisfied customers, many of whom claim to have not only lost significant amounts of weight, but point out that they have achieved a better sense of well-being.
There are a couple of dubious aspects to the Leptorexin site that unfortunately makes the product lose some of its credibility. Firstly, the company suggests that the supplies of Leptorexin are running out and therefore one should place their order immediately. Secondly, they have placed logos from a couple of network news stations on the site, in order to give the impression that they are endorsing the product, which certainly doesn’t seem to be the case.
Leptorexin – Product Description
The information regarding the contents of Leptorexin is quite impressive, and the company provides the labels for each of the separate blends.
Basically, Leptorexin is a combination of six proprietary blends, or ‘matrixes’: the euphoric fat-burning matrix is made up of mood elevating ingredients such as St. John’s wort, 5HTP, gingko biloba, chocomine and the clinically successful PEA. Vitamins and minerals are combined in the second matrix including vitamins C, B12, B6, chromium and selenium, which work to create a ‘fat-burning’ atmosphere. The superfoods matrix combines the recently popular anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory ingredients such as barley, garlic, soybean and acai berry. To achieve fat loss as opposed to simply weight loss (which often is just water loss), the lean muscle matrix uses clinically tested components that include L-glutamine and L-arginine, whilst the body and liver detox matrix addresses cleansing the system using natural herbal substances that include dandelion, licorice, cranberry and sage. Finally the anti-aging matrix combines green tea, DMAE and alpha lipoic acid to help cell regeneration and fight off cancer-causing free radicals.
Because of the huge amount of ingredients contained in Liptorexin, the user is required to take 6 capsules per day – 3 in the morning and 3 in the afternoon.
- Leptorexin contains some clinically tested ingredients
- The product address a number of health and well-being concerns
- Leptorexin comes with a 100% lifetime guarantee
- The one page informational website is easy to use
- The site contains customer testimonials and FAQ’s
- Discounts are given for larger orders
- The product promotes fat loss rather than weight loss
- The product has received generally positive reviews on independent consumer sites
Leptorexin – Drawbacks
- The company resorts to some misleading sales tactics
- There are a large number of pills required per day
- All the ingredients are contained in proprietary blends, so the amounts are not given
- The product claims to produce 1lb of weight loss per day, not a medically recommended amount
Leptorexin – The Bottom Line
On the surface, Leptorexin does seem to be a good product that contains a number of powerful ingredients. However, the amounts of each ingredient are likely to be very small, hence the need for 6 capsules a day (which would obviously be a problem for anyone adverse to swallowing pills). There may not be enough fat-burning ingredients in Leptorexin to produce such rapid weight loss and it is a concern that the company makes no mention of the need to use exercise as part of the overall plan.
Given that Leptorexin comes with a lifetime 100% satisfaction guarantee, and the fact that there have been no consumer complaints filed against the company, it is a product that would be recommended, particularly when it can be bought at the discounted price of $59.99 (at the time of writing) as opposed to the regular price, $99.99.