Liponox Review - Does This Weight-Loss System Work?
My love of diet products is bested only by my passion for reviewing them 🙂 We were excited to dive in and do an in-depth review of Liponox. We looked at the ingredients, side effects, scientific data and customer service to determine if this was a buy or not. We read the comments in several online reviews. We then took the facts, condensed and refined to give you the bottom line.
What You Need to Know
To begin, Liponox is a diet supplement that contains green coffee bean, Razberi-K, Chromax, thermodiamine, caffeine, ginger, quercetin dihydrate, phenylethylamine, hops, methylsynephrine, Lipolide-SC and Bioperine. It comes in a capsule that can be taken anywhere, but they are large and difficult to swallow. Each bottle comes with one month worth of pills for $60.
Liponox was introduced in 2013, after two years of research to determine the optimal ingredients to include in their proprietary blend. While it can only be purchased online, it is readily available. The online customer service even includes a chat function to go along with their phone number, so getting in touch with someone is quick and easy. Liponox also offers a 90-day money back guarantee, which is an encouraging sign for those unsure about trying a new product. We like a lot of the benefits of Liponox and were initially optimistic about the performance of this weight-loss supplement, but read on…
Lack of Results – “Disappointed and Discouraged?”
The first, and most common, complaint about Liponox was the lack of results. “The ingredient list is supposed to be packed with a formula that boosts weight-loss,” says our Research Editor. “Many reviews leave the dieter with more complaints than results.”
“I didn’t lose a single ounce,” said one online review.
“I don’t feel any different with these pills than I did before,” offered one user.
“Too many filler ingredients to get the results I’m looking for,” reports another.
Side Effects – “Legitimate Concern”
We’re also concerned with reports of Liponox side effects. “I had major stomach upset,” explains one dieter.
“It made my stomach turn,” says another.
Our data has shown time and time again that if there’s something especially difficult about a weight-loss routine (pills that are difficult to swallow, negative side effects, lack of results, etc.) the likelihood of maintaining long-term success is slim. If Liponox is as ineffective as some users claim, this could be an issue for those trying to lose.
The Science – “Any Proof?”
Science is critical when it comes to a weight-loss supplement. Liponox contains caffeine, which has been clinically tested and proven to help boost metabolism and energy, but this ingredient can be purchased for less than $5 at the store. The remaining elements of the formula have little or no connection with success. At DietSpotlight, the scientific support we look for is the cornerstone of a review. In this case the foundation is weak.
The Bottom Line – Does Liponox Work?
So, what did our deep look into Liponox tell us? We like that at least one ingredient is supported by science, but we can find that one in thousands of supplements, so we have reservations recommending this one. Plus, it concerns us that a “fad” like raspberry ketones is used in the formula.
If you’d like a product that helps you slim down, we suggest you find a supplement with ingredients that are proven to provide the weight-loss you need without risk of side effects.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. It has a proprietary blend of just four ingredients that have been shown in clinical studies against placebos to help the weight-loss results by sparking metabolism and fat loss. We’ve scoured online forums, and haven’t been able to find any negative side effects, but we have found reports of dieters seeing great results.
Also, the makers behind Leptigen are offering a Special Trial Offer, which is encouraging to us at DietSpotlight.
Previous Liponox Review (Updated December 3, 2014):
What You Should Know
Liponox claims to be an extreme weight loss supplement. This is one claim dieters should heed. The ingredient list for the supplement is a mile long and it includes diuretics, stimulants and laxatives. The supplement will cause weight loss, but the dieter could suffer from dehydration, potassium loss, constipation, diarrhea and jitters. This certainly doesn’t seem like a welcome pay off for temporary weight loss from water loss. The supplement sells for $100 a bottle, nearly twice the cost of other comparable products. Dieters need to approach Liponox with extreme caution.
List of Ingredients
Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin E, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B9, Vitamin B12, Biotin, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Chromium, Potassium.
Antioxidant Proprietary Blend: Green Tea, DMAE, Alpha Lipoic Acid.
SuperFood Proprietary Blend: Cayenne Pepper, Acai, Alfalfa, Barley, Buckwheat, Flaxseed, Garlic, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Soy Isoflavones, Wheatgrass.
Liponox Extreme Weight Loss Blend: Advantra Z, Super Citrimax, Tonalin CLA, Phase 2, Razberi-K, FucoPure, Lipolide-SC, Guggul EX100, Thermodiamine, BioPerine, Boswellian, Dandelion Root, Cissus Quadrangularis, Buchu Leaves, Uva Ursi, Irvingia Gabonensis, Oolong Tea, Milk Thistle, Glucosamine Sulfate, Phenylethylamine, Chondroitin Sulfate, Ginger Root, MSM, Lemon Balm, Juniper Berry, Horsetail Extract, White Willow Bark, Couch Grass, Licorice Root, Parsley Leaf, Coleus Forskohlii.
Aloe Vera Leaf, Apple Cider Vinegar, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Grape Seed Extract, Mangosteen, None Fruit, Peppermint Leaf, Celery Seed, Pomegranate, Red Clover Leaf, Sage, Cinnamon.
Burdock Root, Cornsilk, Hydrangea Root, Goji Fruit, Gac Fruit, Seabuckthorn, Artichoke, Bladderwrack, Cranberry, Black Walnut Hull, Wormwood, Fennel, Senna, Cascara Sagrada.
Vinpocetine, Spinach, Tomato, Broccoli, Blueberry, Schizandra, Turmeric, Jujube, Echinacea, CoEnzyme Q10, Olive Leaf, Bitter Melon, Fenugreek, Nopal, Red Rice Yeast.
The company formulating Liponox decided to throw in every ingredient and hope that some would work together to promote weight loss. The only ingredients important in this supplement are the diuretics and laxatives. Laxatives increase bowel movements and cause diarrhea. Diuretics push water from the body without discretion for healthy water levels in the body.
Laxatives will cause the remaining ingredients to push quickly through the digestive process. The body does not have enough time to digest 107 ingredients and effectively use them all. It is likely that the stimulants in this supplement will cause increase heart rate and blood pressure, but the healthy ingredients like turmeric and coenzyme Q10 are useless because Liponox is laxative-heavy.
- All ingredients are listed.
- Some ingredients are proven to have a positive effect on metabolism.
- Liponox sells for $100 a bottle.
- With 107 ingredients, the capsules have to be huge.
- Laxatives reduce the effect of the remaining ingredients.
Liponox is an unsafe diet pill. The company packed every ingredient they could find in the lab together and marketed it as a diet pill. Stimulants, diuretics, laxatives and more all packaged in a horse pill.
Liponox Questions & Answers:
We refined hundreds of user comments about Liponox into this helpful FAQ.
What are the side effects of Liponox?
Some potential Liponox side effects are jitters, mild flatulence, sleeplessness, headaches and increased heartrate.
What are the ingredients in Liponox?
The Liponox ingredients are vitamin B12, chromium, Chromax, caffeine, raspberry ketones, ginger, green coffee bean, quercetin dehydrate, phenylethylamine, hops, methyl synephrine, evodiamine, sclareolide, black pepper extract and vegetarian glycerine.
Does Liponox work?
There’s no scientific research proving the effectiveness of Liponox. While there are studies about caffeine and weight-loss, the supplement also contains raspberry ketones. This is considered a fad ingredient with no clinical backing.
You may want to consider changing it up a bit by replacing Liponox with a supplement like Leptigen, which contains ingredients proven to work in clinical studies.
How much does Liponox cost?
One bottle of Liponox costs $59.95. Two runs $99.95 and three is $139.95. Discounts apply on multiple-bottle purchases.
What is Liponox’s BBB rating?
Liponox’s BBB rating is a disappointing D-. The company behind the product is XPI Supplements.
How should I take Liponox?
You should take one Liponox capsule in the morning and another in the afternoon. Each bottle contains 56 pills, meaning it’ll last 28 days.
Can I take Liponox if I have a health condition?
Anyone taking prescription medications, those with health conditions, anyone under 18 years of age, or women who are pregnant or nursing should contact a licensed physician prior to taking a weight-loss supplement, including Liponox.
What do users like about Liponox?
Some users liked the affordability of the supplement and the ease of use.
What do users NOT like about Liponox?
We found that users didn’t like the side effects of Liponox and that the customer service department was difficult to reach.
How do I contact the Liponox customer service department?
You can contact the Liponox customer service department by calling 1-866-580-8816, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by using the customer feedback form.
How much caffeine is in Liponox?
Each serving, one capsule, of Liponox contains 250mg of caffeine.
Do I need to diet and exercise on Liponox?
No, you don’t need to diet or exercise on Liponox, but the company recommends adding fitness and healthy eating practices to improve weight-loss results.
Does Liponox come with a guarantee?
Liponox comes with a guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the supplement, you can return it for a full refund within 90 days.
Do you know of any special deals or discounts on Liponox?
The only mention of a special deal or discount on Liponox is when you purchase multiple bottles. However, the past few months have been flying by because our readers are taking advantage of Leptigen’s Special Trial Offer, which is simply the cost of shipping and handling. Click here to give it a try.