What You Should Know
AminoSculpt is one of those weight loss products that have been around forever. The official website is nothing more than a one-page website with a ton of claims and no backing for any of them. The list of ingredient is difficult to decipher, but we can gather the fact that collagen is at the heart of how the supplement works. Collagen levels deplete as we age, which is why many anti-aging products include collagen as a main ingredient. According to AminoSculpt, replacing collagen and other amino acids will help the dieter lose more weight.
List of Ingredients
Glycine, Proline, Hydroxyproline, Glutamic Acid, Alanine, Arginine, Aspartic Acid, Lysine, Serine, Valine, Leucine, Phenylalanine, Isoleucine, Hydroxylysine, Tyrosine, Methionine, Histidine, Cystine, COLLAPURE Proprietary Enzymatic Collagen Hydrolysate, Purified Water, Fructose, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate and Stevia.
There are warning flags that tell the dieter a product is making claims that cannot be backed up. These flags often include using celebrities to endorse the product without actually naming the celebrity, making claims that seem too good to be true and claiming a supplement can help a dieter lose weight at night. AminoSculpt does all three.
The Health Professional Reports state an Olympian and NBA star both use AminoSculpt – but they are not named. AminoSculpt has been used, since being created in then 1970s, for anti-aging, skin care, burn treatment, weight loss and more. To top it off, the product works at night to help repair the body and increase energy in the morning.
There are a couple of testimonials on the website, but none include pictures of consumers who have used the product. This means anyone could have written the testimonials, even the website creator, and slapped some quotes around it and attached a name. One testimonial claims 41 pounds lost in four months. The other pertains to joint issues and has nothing to do with weight loss. AminoSculpt sells for $49.95 and comes with a free weight loss gift.
- Online ordering is supported.
- Ingredient list is difficult to find.
- Claims are extraordinary and no clinical proof is offered.
- The website is not professional.
- Testimonials do not include before and after photos.
- There is no date on testimonials.
The website for AminoSculpt left us scratching our heads. Amino acids are essential for life and many anti-aging products use amino acids to reduce the signs of aging, but that has nothing to do with weight loss. Aside from a long list of claims, there is no physical proof the ingredients in AminoSculpt will do anything for the dieter to increase weight loss. We suggest sticking with a product that is formulated and sold for dieters who want to lose weight instead of a product sold for everything from burn treatments to anti-aging.