Hot-Rox Review - Does This Thermogenic Really Work?
Give me two minutes of your time and I’ll tell you whether Hot-Rox actually works. We took the time to create a thoroughly comprehensive review, focusing on ingredients, side effects, scientific research and customer support. Then we examined user experiences from all over the internet. At last, we condensed the data we gathered to give you the facts.
What is Hot-Rox?
First off, Hot-Rox claims to be a professional strength thermogenic that will help people melt away fat. Ingredients are listed under a proprietary blend and include lauroyl macrogol-32 glycerides, raspberry ketone, forskolin, peperine, yohimbine, and caffeine. We didn’t find a copy of the label, but the Xtreme version is taken twice daily.
Hot-Rox fat burner is made by Biotest LLC. The company was founded by Joel Marion and Josh Benzoni. The year is not listed on the official website. The only contact information was a toll free phone number and an email address. We like that ingredients are found online and that the product is still available, but read on…
Side Effects– “Warnings?”
The first concern we have are possible Biotest Hot-Rox side effects. The company warns individuals who are taking any prescription or over-the-counter medicine to not take their supplement. Special warnings for those taking antidepressants, stimulants, high blood pressure medication, and allergy medication are given. According to our Research Editor, “It is refreshing to see a manufacturer not ignore potential health risks. However, so many warnings about safety are concerning.”
This anxious client reported, “I started taking this after a ripped guy I know suggested it. I didn’t last more than a week. I was anxious and couldn’t sleep and had to give up.”
Another insisted, “After one dose I had trouble breathing. Oxygen is more important for me than losing weight.”
It is important to note that not all consumers noticed any troublesome side effects.
An optimistic woman mentioned, “I started losing weight right away. I had a ton of energy and felt great.”
While another commenter added, “I noticed some headaches while I was taking this but nothing bad enough to make me stop.”
Ingredients– “How Much?”
Proprietary blends are frequently used in weight-loss supplements. With them the manufacturer doesn’t have to list the exact amount of each ingredient used.
After reading through several Hot Rox reviews, one user warned, “It said there was caffeine in it but it didn’t say it would keep me wired more than a pot of coffee.”
Which was echoed by another who divulged, “I showed it to my doctor and he said without knowing exactly what was in it, there was no way to know it was safe for me.”
Some dieters we unconcerned with the specific details.
One delighted shopper pointed out, “I don’t know what’s in my soda but I drink it every day. As long as it works I don’t really care what’s in it.”
While another related, “Even if I knew the exact amount of each thing in it, it’s not like I’d understand what that meant.”
According to our research, it sometimes takes a small thing, like insufficient information, to cut down your chances of sticking with it for long-term success. If there’s not enough on Hot-Rox that could be enough to kill the dieter’s results.
The Science – “Any Evidence?”
At DietSpotlight science is the backbone of our review process. It is important that we are able to validate the claims made by the manufacturer. In this instance, the ingredients are not detailed enough to allow us to determine if they are present in sufficient quantities to work as promised.
The Bottom Line – Does Hot-Rox Work?
Should I race out for a bottle of Hot-Rox? There are some good ingredients included in the formula. Unfortunately, the company doesn’t tell us how much of any of them are there which is why we have reservations about providing an endorsement. We’re also concerned that people are seeing side effects.
If the time has come to jump-start your metabolism you may want to try a supplement that has detailed information about the formula. It is important that all of the ingredients being used are backed by scientific research.
Among the best supplements we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. The four key ingredients it is made with have demonstrated in clinical research to help kick-start fat loss and raise metabolism. We scoured the internet looking for any negative feedback but all we found were glowing testimonials.
The company that makes Leptigen is so sure of their product they’re offering a Special Trial Offer, which we find inspiring.