Lipid Pure Review
What You Should Know
Lipid Pure is a new organic skin repair treatment from Organic Skin Repair. According to the information provided by the manufacturer, the formula took seven years to perfect. While skin treatments are not usually touted as weight loss aids, this product contains yohimbine. Yohimbine is a common ingredient in diet pills, but Organic Skin Repair claims the Lipid Pure body balm worked to reduce appetite even though the product is not consumed; rather, it is applied to the skin. Skin-based diet products, like cellulite creams, are not an effective means of weight loss so what does Lipid Pure have to offer that other products don’t?
List of Ingredients
- Turnera Difussa
- Passaflora Incarnata
- Lirimosa Ovata
- Yohimbine Bark
- Cera Flava
- Syzygium Aromaticum
- Rice Bran Oil
- Amygdalus Dulcis
The first thing we noticed about the Lipid Pure body balm was the lack of water. Most lotions and creams contain water as the primary ingredient, but Lipid Pure does not list water in the formula. According to Organic Skin Repair, oil and water don’t mix well together so they chose to provide a formula ideal for absorption without the added water to increase volume.
The next important thing dieters should know about Lipid Pure is that the company links out to other sites to provide information for each of the ingredients. There are links to sites lie eHow and Wikipedia. These sites provide user-created content that is not necessarily backed with clinical proof or support.
Ingredients like yohimbine can help boost fat loss when taken orally, according to studies on athletes, but there are no studies supporting topical use with the same results. Basically, Lipid Pure is trying to use the oral effects of yohimbine as a means of supporting the potential results from using Lipid Pure topically and the two are not comparable.
- The official website lists all ingredients found in Lipid Pure.
- The formula could soften and moisturize skin.
- Contains nut oils that may cause allergic reactions for some users.
- There are no clinical trials or tests supporting claimed effects.
- Information on the ingredients is provided by sites like Wikipedia.
Lipid Pure is not the next great weight loss product. We agree yohimbine has shown positive test results in athletes, but the results were based on oral intake not topical application. Organic Skin Repair needs to work on researching each ingredient and providing clinically solid information on the ingredients. A company cannot just add links to eHow and Wikipedia and expect to be taken seriously.