Power Pops Review
What You Should Know
The Power Pop sucker is a weight loss supplement offered by Essante Worldwide. The lollipops are laden with Hoodia in hopes of helping people to eat less and lose more weight. There is an official website for the Power Pops and the manufacturer offers a lot of information on the website for visitors who are thinking about trying the Power Pops diet.
Hoodia, Citrimax, L-Tyrosine, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Guarana and natural flavors.
The Power Pop is more than just a lollipop. It is a weight loss supplement with Hoodia and Caffeine aimed at reducing hunger before meals. The ingredient list is not unlike other weight loss supplements. The ingestion guidelines, however, are a bit odd. The Power Pops are to be taken three times a day, 30 minutes before each meal. For people who get up in the morning to work out and eat before they head off to work, the 30 minutes prior to the breakfast meal may not be available. There is also the concern of eating a lollipop before breakfast that may not be appealing to some dieters.
The Hoodia is a great choice for appetite suppression in the right amounts. The website does not list the amount of Hoodia in the product. As a matter of fact, there are no amounts listed for any of the ingredients on the main page. There are eight flavors of Power Pops available on the website. The website does offer embedded videos of the Power Pops product on Extra!
The Power Pop website offers contact information on the main page of the website. There is no information about a free trial offer of the Power Pop.
- The Power Pop contains Hoodia.
- The Power Pop retails for $1.00 per pop which adds up to $90.00 per month.
- There are no ingredient amounts listed.
- The order website is difficult to navigate and offer no information on the quantity of Power Pops per bag.
The Power Pop is a nationally known brand of weight loss supplement that brings a new and exciting method of weight loss. The Power Pop product is more about publicity than offering real information to the public, it seems. The website for Power Pop offers just enough information to pass as professional, but not every piece of information the consumer should have is there. The ingredient list is incomplete, the ordering process redirects to a less professional website and the focus of the website is totally on the Hoodia ingredient used in the product. We tend to support weight loss supplements that offer the user all the information up front, a free trial and a great return policy.