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HCG Spray Review - Does this Weight-Loss Supplement Work? Are the very low calorie diet and crazy claims deal breakers?

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By Summer Banks Dec 25, 2016

I did two things this week. I obsessed over every aspect of HCG Spray. Then I wrote this review. We decided to take a closer look at the ingredients, side effects, customer service and clinical research. From there, we looked at hundreds of user testimonials to see how others have experienced the product. We then summarize and condense all of the information to give you the bottom line.

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What You Need to Know

First of all, HCG Spray is supposed to be a hormone supplement used to help you lose weight. You only eat 500 calories a day when following the program. It is the reduction of food intake that promotes weight-loss, rather than the formula. The product is simple to take on the go, one positive about this one.

We were unable to determine who manufactures the supplement or how long the company has been in business. We do like how readily available it is in the online, but read on…

Weight-Loss Claims – “Crazy?”

Our first concern with HCG Spray ingredients is that they are associated with some outrageous claims. You are supposed to lose upwards of 40 pounds in 40 days and that’s impossible. “Healthy weight-loss occurs at a rate no faster than 1 to 2 pounds per week,” said our Research Editor. “That’s what experts have to say and that means it is a much better suggestion than one from any supplement company.”

HCG- “Not Proven”

HCG is used for fertility treatments and has not been studied for its ability to help with weight-loss. One user offered, “Not Impressed with this product, all hype did not live up to its expectations.”

”It did not work it all!,” said another.

Our research indicates that if there’s part of a diet program that’s difficult, like maintaining such a low caloric intake, it is virtually impossible for users to stick with it. If HCG Spray is partnered with an unrealistic menu, that’s where we throw the red flag.

The Science – “Legit?”

We did not find a single bit of science backing the use of HCG spray for weight-loss. This is because none exists. At DietSpotlight, it is the clinical support that makes one product better than another. We simply can’t find any reason for dieters to give this one a try.

The Bottom Line – Does HCG Spray Work?

Are we in a rush to buy up the HCG spray? It interested us to look at this one a bit more closely, but in the end we were not thrilled with the results. There’s no science to support the HCG as a helpful weight-loss ingredient and the fact that a very low calorie diet means we are not comfortable suggesting this one to dieters as a safe and effective solution.

If you’d like to lose some weight, we recommend selecting a supplement that gives you safe and effective ingredients, no side effects and support for a healthy diet that will help you lose more at a safe pace for long-term success.

Among the best products we’ve seen in 2016 is one called Leptigen. It is a unique blend of four clinically proven ingredients known to help boost metabolism and speed up fat loss. Throughout our research, we were unable to find a single mention of negative side effects. However, plenty of dieters are reporting seeing some great results.

We’re thrilled to see the makers of Leptigen are so confident in their product they’re giving new customers a Special Trial Offer.

Previous HCG Spray Review (Updated January 1, 1970):

What You Should Know

HCG Spray is an oral weight loss product sold as part of the Dr. A.W. Simeons diet plan. The spray is supposed to boost weight loss, but the diet is actually what causes the dieter to lose weight. HCG is also known as human chorionic gonadotropin. The female body releases this hormone during pregnancy. There is no scientific evidence that taking HCG orally will increase metabolism or cause extreme weight loss as described on so many product websites. Dieters need to be cautious when trying products linked to extreme weight loss diets. The Dr. Simeons diet plan allows fewer than 500 calories per day. Starvation is likely to occur and the body will store fat and digest protein or muscle as a source of energy.

List of Ingredients

HCG spray and a very low calorie diet.

Product Features

Most websites selling HCG spray describe the Dr. Simeons diet or a diet based on Simeons research. According to Dr. Simeons, the HCG spray forces the body to use stored fat as fuel. In some published descriptions, the HCG spray is supposed to cause 1,400 to 3,000 calories from fat to be burned daily. A total of 3,500 calories equals one-pound so we can see why the weight loss claims are so extraordinary. Extra fat burn associated with HCG spray is one reason dieters following the 500 calorie or fewer diet do not feel hunger, according to Simeons. We found many customer reviews of the Simeons diet claiming dieters felt starved after the first two days. Starvation is not the stage of weight loss the dieter wants to achieve. At this point, the body will hold onto as much fat as possible to survive. Protein, in the form of muscle tissue, is used for energy needs in excess of food intake. HCG spray does not prevent this from happening. The price for HCG sprays is a mystery. Most sprays are included in a weight loss clinic plan with personalized menus and weight loss meetings. In some cases, dieters can purchase the sprays separately. We found one website claiming the dieter could lose 40 pounds in 40 days for $68 - the price of the HCG spray.


  • A very low calorie diet will result in weight loss.
  • HCG spray is available online.


  • Eating fewer than 500 calories per day is starvation.
  • HCG spray will not protect muscles from being used for fuel.
  • HCG does not cause fat loss.
  • The product does not boost metabolism.


We found a common claim on HCG spray websites - lose 40 pounds in 40 days. There is no healthy weight loss diet on the planet that claims the dieter can lose this much weight in such a short amount of time. The diet associated with HCG sprays will cause weight loss, but it also slows metabolism and allows muscles to be burned for fuel.

HCG Spray Questions & Answers:

We boiled down hundreds of user comments about HCG Spray into this helpful FAQ.

What are the side effects of HCG Spray?

HCG Spray side effects reported by customers include sweating, muscle soreness, shaking, lightheadedness and headaches.

What are the ingredients in HCG Spray?

HCG Spray ingredients include water, l-carnitine tartrate, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, citric acid, chromium chloride, sodium selenite and vitamin B12.

Does HCG Spray work?

We scoured the official HCG Spray website and didn’t find solid science supporting the claims. HCG has been studied, but the finding relate to fertility, not weight-loss.

You may want to lose more weight, so consider changing out HCG Spray with a supplement like Leptigen, which consists of a formula packing ingredients supported by published clinical research.

How much does HCG Spray cost?

HCG Spray costs €64.50 or $72.50 for a 1-ounce bottle.

How should I use HCG Spray?

You should use five pumps of HCG Spray, twice per day. If you follow the directions, the bottle lasts about three days.

Can I take HCG Spray if I have a health condition?

Women who are pregnant or nursing, those with health conditions, anyone taking prescription medications or under 18 years of age should contact a healthcare provider prior to using any weight-loss supplement, including HCG Spray.

What do users like about HCG Spray?

HCG Spray users liked that using the supplement was rather simple.

What do users NOT like about HCG Spray?

Multiple users didn’t like the cost of HCG Spray, the lack of weight-loss and the restrictive diet they needed to follow.

How do I contact the HCG Spray customer service department?

You can contact the HCG Spray customer service department by using the consumer feedback form, calling a representative at +31 10 258 07 85 or by mailing correspondence to Dr. van Deenweg 13 8025 BP Zwolle Netherlands.

Do I need to diet with HCG Spray?

Yes, you need to diet with HCG Spray.

What are the max calories eaten with HCG Spray?

You only eat 500 calories per day with HCG Spray.

Why does HCG Spray contain vitamin B12?

HCG Spray contains vitamin B12, because it potentially helps to create red blood cells.

Does HCG Spray come with a guarantee?

HCG Spray does come with a guarantee. You have 14 days to return the supplement.

Do you know of any special deals or discounts on HCG Spray?

HCG Spray does offers deals and discounts. If you purchase from the official website, you will earn loyalty points. However, the last few months have raced by, considering our readers have taking advantage of Leptigen’s Special Trial Offer, which is just the cost of shipping and handling. Click here to give it a go.

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About the Author:

Summer Banks, a content strategist at Leptigen, has researched over 5000 products in the past 10 years. She has years of nursing training, experience as a manager responsible for 15 supplement brands, and completed coursework on Food and Nutrition from Stanford University. full bio.

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Where can I buy it in Latin Amerika? What the cost?

We are unaware of specific retailers carrying the product in Latin America however some sites carry it and, according to dieters, runs about $68.

TrimYouSpray TM, is very sketchy, their ingredients aren’t HCG, 80% distilled water, and corn alcohol. corn alcohol is used in cleaners. and I don’t believe it should be marketed as a HCG spray. I would really like to know who has used a actual HCG spray and had great results

I have used TrimYouSpray twice, and have nothing but good things to say about it. It worked perfectly. The first round I tried 3 years ago when they were called MyFatCure and weighed in at 315lbs. After my first 50 day routine, i was down to 260 and managed to keep the weight off and stabilized for a year. 2 years ago i did another 50 day round, and managed to get myself down to 220. I have since then, kept the weight off and with regular exercise I have only improved my health beyond losing the extra weight. I have never felt better, so perhaps you had a poor experience with the product for other reasons.

I tried HCG a few years back and it worked wonderfully!!! I just needed to stick with the diet afterwards and I would not be buying more now!