Lipomax Review - Does This Slendering System Work? Are product availability and how it works deal breakers?
I need to make a confession: I was obsessed with researching Lipomax. We decided to dig deep into the ingredients, side effects, science behind the product and customer service. We went even further to sort through hundreds of reviews, then summarized and condensed the information to give you the bottom line.
What is Lipomax?
To start, Lipomax is a line of weight-loss and slimming products. The line includes Lipomax Pro, Lipomax Plus and Lipomax Shakes. The ingredients include caffeine, yohimbine, coleus forskolin, maltodextrin, wheat fiber, yogurt powder and soy protein. There’s also a cream to apply to problem areas that claims to slim or slenderize. No current product labels are available.
At one time, Lipomax was made by TNT (Total Nutrition Technologies). We found information on Lipomax shakes via the Divcom Pharma website. The line appears to be discontinued at this time, for customers in the US, and we’re not sure why. We like the idea of a topical gel and the caffeine may offer temporary results, but read on…
Product Availability – “Discontinued?”
First, Lipomax products are no longer available anymore. “Stimulant ingredients in a topical gel form sound great, but they don’t necessarily behave the same way that they do when they are ingested orally. That could be a reason why we can’t find any in the US,” said our Research Editor.
”If it’s discontinued, it’s pretty clear it wasn’t selling,” one former customer said.
Another questioned what was going on, “Was it discontinued because it just didn’t work?”
Some people were upset about the product being discontinued.
“I love this stuff and I’m sad I can’t buy it anymore,” said one.
A customer asked, “Why discontinue a great product like this one?”
Lipomax Topical Solution – “Is Gel Effective?”
Topical applications have a different method of action than oral uses. Yes, the ingredients will absorb, but there’s no real science to support that applying stimulants to the skin will help you lose weight. It may smooth the appearance, but anything else is likely luck.
A review we read asked, “If we could lose weight by rubbing gel on the skin, wouldn’t we all be skinny?”
”I’d rather take my fat burners orally. Rubbing them on the skin doesn’t make sense,” was another bit of advice.
Others found the gel highly useful.
“I got excellent results,” was one comment.
As another put it, “I loved the way my skin felt after using this product.”
Over the years, we’ve found it takes a small thing, like difficulty finding a supplement, to turn people away from a product. We’re not sure why it was discontinued, but there’s obviously a reason why it’s not available anymore.
The Science – “Any Clinical Proof?”
This product does contain some clinically tested ingredients. The issue is the difference between a topical application on the skin and the oral ingestion. We don’t have proof that applying the stimulants to your skin is as effective as taking the supplement by mouth and the makers of Lipomax don’t bother to share anything to back up the claims. At DietSpotlight, we want to see science before we can recommend any product. Just because it shows promise with oral use, doesn’t mean that translates to the topical gel.
The Bottom Line – Does Lipomax Work?
What’s the real deal with Lipomax? Even if we could buy the product now, we’re not sure we would do so. The caffeine will work to slim out the skin a bit, but the results are short-lived. There’s just no evidence that long-term weight-loss support is achievable.
If you want to shed those extra pounds, why not try using a supplement that’s made with clinically tested ingredients that are not only safe, but also effective at helping you reach your weight-loss goals?
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. It’s not a topical gel, so we know how it works in the body, and its formula includes a blend of clinically tested ingredients that are safe and effective for weight-loss. What’s awesome is we couldn’t find any mentions about harmful side effects or negativity around the product, telling us users are happy with their results.
If you’re ready to lose the weight, you can take advantage of the Special Trial Offer the manufacturers of Leptigen are offering right now.
Previous Lipomax Review (Updated September 12, 2013):
What You Should KnowLipomax is a weight reduction product that comes in the form of a "topical fat-reducing gel." This product is manufactured by TNT Technologies (Total Nutrition Technologies), but appears to be discontinued at this time. Unlike many other weight loss pills and capsules, Lipomax gel was directed to be applied to "problem areas." Supposedly this topical treatment pulled fat out of the skin. Unfortunately there are no customer testimonials offered at this time, since the official website no longer appears to be up and running. The key active components found in Lipomax gel are Yohimbine (stimulant), Caffeine (promotes something called thermogenesis to reduce fat) and Coleus Forskoline (boosts fat burning and affects cells that are linked to the user's metabolism). All of these are ingredients that can commonly be found in many oral dietary supplements as well. Since the official website doesn't appear to exist at this point, there is no real clinical evidence offered to support the overall effectiveness of Lipomax topical gel. No free trial samples of Lipomax are offered and this fat-reduction treatment may produce some side effects such as jitteriness. Originally the cost of Lipomax gel was $55.95, however, this product was not offered with a 100% money-back/satisfaction guarantee.
List of IngredientsNot available on the official website.
Product FeaturesLipomax gel is a topical treatment that aims to assist with fat reduction. This product was marketed toward both men and women, but doesn't appear to be sold any longer. Lipomax was directed to be applied daily to problem areas in order to potentially minimize body fat. This treatment contains primary ingredients such as Yohimbine (stimulant), Caffeine (promotes something called thermogenesis to reduce fat) and Coleus Forskoline (boosts fat burning and affects cells that are linked to the user's metabolism by activating cAMP within the body). There is no real clinical data offered on Lipomax gel and the official website is no longer available. Lipomax gel originally sold for $55.95 for a 4-ounce bottle.
- Lipomax came in a unique topical gel form.
- Using Lipomax gel didn't involve a drastic lifestyle change, which some dieters would appreciate.
- The official website for Lipomax gel is no longer up and running.
- Lipomax gel contained stimulants like caffeine that are known for drawing water off the muscles and potentially leading to jitteriness.
- There are no customer testimonials offered for Lipomax gel on an official website.
- There wasn't a 100% money-back guarantee offered with Lipomax gel.
- Lipomax gel has apparently been discontinued.
- There is no real clinical proof to support the claimed effectiveness of Lipomax gel.
- A full product ingredient list is not provided for Lipomax gel on an official website.
- Some ingredients found in Lipomax gel may not be suitable for some individuals.