Pink Patch Diet Review
The Pink Patch is designed to provide a steady dose of natural ingredients that MAY help you lose weight. The Pink Patch website makes a lot of claims of easy fat loss, increased energy, and more. But without any scientific studies, all we have to go off of are the ingredients.
Pros and Cons to Consider
- May promote weight loss
- Can help suppress the appetite.
- Natural ingredients.
- No mentioned side effects.
- Website offers free trial.
- Pink Patch targets younger women (age limit not specified and no mention of side effects if taken by women over a certain age).
- Although tolerated better than coffee, the Yerba Mate in the Pink Patch does contain caffeine and may not be tolerated well by those who have a low tolerance for caffeine.
- No scientific research or clinical studies cited.
- Does not promote exercise or healthy eating.
How does the Pink Patch work?
Applying one patch every morning (or upon awakening) may boost the metabolism and curb hunger throughout the day with its time released formula. The Yerba Mate in the patch is supposed to prevent you from overeating and control your hunger between meals while the Fucus Vesiculous helps boost the metabolism.
- Fucus Vesiculosus is a type of seaweed found on the shores of the British Isles and is said to have the ability to boost the metabolism.
- Yerba Mate: Native to South Africa Yerba Mate is used as an appetite suppressant that contains small quantities of caffeine.
- Flaxseed Oil when absorbed through the skin helps maintain a healthy balance of healthy essential fatty acids.
Customer Testimonials Online and Cost
After researching online it's pretty consistent that most that have tried the patch confirmed it's ability to reduce hunger. But with as many people giving it praise, there was an equal amount of people calling the Pink Patch a scam. Biggest complaint was being billed after the free trail.
Cost: The free trial will cost $7.95. After the free trial your card will be charged automatically. A one month supply is $49.95
Even though the patch has helped many lose weight (based on our research), the Pink Patch still has all the characteristics of a "flash in the pan" weight loss gimmick. Especially since the safety and effectiveness of the Pink Patch can not be validated. If you would like more information or to see if the Pink Patch is right for you, visit the official Pink Patch website.