Xtreme Thermoburn Review - Does This Fat Burner Work? Are effectiveness and poor customer service quality deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/11/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
There’s intrigue surrounding Xtreme Thermoburn, so we dug deep into the ingredients, side effects, scientific research and customer service. Furthermore, we scrutinized hundreds of consumer comments and reviews. We then refined and summarized to give you the info you need.
What You Need to Know
Xtreme Thermoburn is a fat burner, containing ma huang, green tea extract, caffeine, garcinia cambogia, citrus aurantium, white willow bark, acetyl l-carnitine, ginger root, cayenne fruit extract and chromium. The recommended dose is two capsules per day, which is supposed to help promote weight-loss. One of the benefits is the compact size.
There is no information relating to when Century Supplements introduced the diet pill. We did notice that Xtreme Thermoburn appears to be free of synthetic ingredients, a good choice. You can buy it on the official website and through trusted retailers. We do like the product availability and that it’s easy to use, but read on…
Effectiveness – It Just Doesn’t Work
The first concern we had with Xtreme Thermoburn ingredients was lack of effectiveness. “Several fat burners on the market contain caffeine, an ingredient shown to assist with weight-loss,” said our Research Editor. “Despite the fact that this supplement contains enough, actually more than enough, there are still reports of dieters seeing no results.”
“I have been taking these for 1 week now and I have to say I am very disappointed. I have put on 2 lbs and I’m not happy, I eat healthy as I am a member of my local slimming world group and I also exercise nearly every day,” said a user.
“Had high hopes when I first took these but found them to be very disappointing. Apart from sweaty armpits no weight loss at all. I’ve being working out 5 times a week and haven’t noticed anything from the norm,” reported a customer.
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The FDA has removed ma huang from the market stating, “We’ve issued a rule banning ephedra-containing products and we’re sparing no effort to stop their manufacture and distribution. If any of these dietary supplements are still on the store shelves, I urge the retailers to stop selling them immediately.” The agency started telling dieters about the potential side effects years before the recall. “FDA has warned consumers against the use of dietary supplements containing ephedra since June, 1997, and banned these products after research confirmed that ephedrine alkaloids raise blood pressure and otherwise stress the circulatory system.”
Poor Customer Service Quality
According to some forums, Xtreme Thermoburn representatives aren’t supportive. “Quite simply put unacceptable delivery time. Been waiting for almost a month for a small package to arrive, we do not live in the Middle Ages very quick to accept payment but very slow to deliver,” claims a customer.
“Wouldn’t use this site again to be honest it is unreliable. I placed an order 2 weeks ago and I have still not received confirmation or notifications about what stage my order is at! Not happy with the order process at all!,” offers a consumer.
“You are still billing my credit card when you said you would credit the last three billings, I have returned the products,” said a dieter.
Our research concludes that if an issue is problematic, like poor customer service, this could put a damper on long-term success. If the consumer support team at Xtreme Thermoburn is unhelpful, there’s a concern.
According to the official website and other retailers, the supplement includes a formula that will burn fat, increase metabolic rate and suppress appetite. All of these claims are attributed, on some level, to the caffeine. But, we’re more concerned with the synephrine and ma huang (ephedra). Both are associated with some pretty nasty side effects.
The Bottom Line
After taking an exhaustive look at Xtreme Thermoburn, we’ve reached a conclusion. There are some positives like the availability of the product and there are a few favorable comments, but we can’t recommend it because we’re concerned about the unhelpful customer service department. Plus, the formula contains a banned ingredient and a stimulant known to cause side effects.
If you’d like to slim your waistline, we recommend going with a strong customer service department and safe ingredients backed by published clinical studies.
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The company behind Leptigen is so confident in the supplement, they’re providing a special trial offer, a good decision.