Orovo Review - Does This Weight-Loss Supplement Work? Are ingredients and MLM deal breakers?
This review is what happened after I obsessed for weeks over Orovo. We dug deep into the ingredients, side effects, scientific research, and customer service. Then, we went one step further to look at what people are saying about the supplement. To give you the real deal, we summarized and condensed it here to deliver the bottom line.
What is Orovo?
To start, Orovo ingredients include DMAE, green tea, alpha-lipoic acid, cayenne pepper, acai, soy, garlic, and wheatgrass. It is a superfood supplement that may help support overall health, but the connection to weight-loss is not clear.
Orovo is made by a company of the same name, but we weren’t able to locate an official website, so we’ve no idea when it was released. You can buy the detox on Amazon, but availability is limited. We like the superfood ingredients and reports of side effects are minimal, but read on…
Ingredients – “Nothing Special”
The first thing is, there is nothing groundbreaking about Orovo ingredients. They are all superfoods that you can eat on your own and get the same benefit from. “If you focus on crafting a nutritionally balanced diet, you don’t need to use a supplement like this one,” shared our Research Editor. “Even if you do want to take a product like this, there are more affordable ones on the market.
”There wasn’t anything special about this product. I felt no different while using it,” said one reviewer.
”I don’t need to spend $80 on this when I can just go to the grocery store and buy real food,” explained another.
Still, others maintain it’s a great product.
“I’m a picky eater and this helps me get the nutrition I need,” a happy user shared.
“I love being bale to get so much nutrition from this product,” said another.
MLM – “Focused on Making Money”
Our next concern is the MLM approach. Rather than focusing on selling a high quality product, it looks like they’d rather rope users in to starting their own Orovo business selling this, and other products. They make it sound like a good idea by offering distributors a discount, which makes it more affordable.
”I wanted to try it, but before I really could, they were trying to get me to join to start my own business,” said a reviewer,
”Too much focus on the business opportunity and not enough focus on the actual products,” claimed another.
Many reviewers disagreed, however.
“I didn’t feel pressured to join at all,” claimed one user.
Another said, “I did join and I’m glad I did it – I have made a lot of money helping people get healthy.”
After years of research, we can confidently say it’s the smaller things, like poor lacking ingredients, that could ruin your chances of success. If Orovo isn’t focused on weight-loss, it’s not likely the best product for you.
The Science of Orovo – “Any Clinically Proven Benefits?”
Some of the ingredients in the formula have been shown to support health, but many of them can be purchased at your local grocery or drug store for a fraction of the cost. There’s nothing that leads us to believe this product has an edge on anything else on the market today and there’s certainly no strong connection with weight-loss. At DietSpotlight, we need to see science before we recommend any product.
The Bottom Line – Does Orovo Work?
Should I race out for a bottle of Orovo? For $80, we’d expect it to have ingredients known to support weight-loss, like fat burners and appetite suppressants, but that’s not what you find in this case. We’re hesitant to say this supplement will help you reach your goals.
If you’re ready to lose weight, we suggest turning to a supplement made with clinically tested ingredients, and using it alongside a healthy balanced diet and exercise routine.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is Leptigen. It is formulated with clinically tested ingredients designed to help you lose weight faster compared to diet and exercise alone. Plus, as we researched, we weren’t able to find any harmful side effects or negative mentions of the product, which tells us dieters are getting solid results. Plus, there’s no MLM program to worry about.
Right now, those who are interested in trying it can take advantage of a Special Trial Offer directly from the manufacturer. This is something we love to see because it shows the company really believes in their product.
Previous Orovo Review (Updated August 25, 2008):
What You Should KnowOrovo is a dietary supplement that comes in capsule form. This weight loss product is manufactured by the company Orovo, which is also responsible for creating "muscle builders," acne treatments and anti-aging skin care products. The Orovo "multi-vitamin" supplement aims to reduce the user's weight, detoxify the body and diminish acne blemishes and wrinkles. This weight reduction pill is claimed to contain "10 highly concentrated superfoods," which are recommended by one Dr. Nicholas Perricone. Orovo is to be taken daily and sells for $80 via the official website. Some of the active ingredients in Orovo are DMAE (improves memory and energy levels), alpha-lipoic acid (antioxidant), green tea (antioxidant and form of caffeine aims to boost energy), and Idebenone (anti-aging component). Essentially this dietary capsule claims to incorporate ten "superfoods" (barley, acai, cayenne pepper, buckwheat, flaxseed, alfalfa sprout, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, soy, garlic and wheat grass) that assist with fat loss, clear skin and anti-aging. The Orovo diet supplement was apparently featured on Oprah at one point. The official Orovo website posts consumer testimonials and makes statements such as "lose 10 pounds in only seven days," "reduce wrinkles by 90 percent" and "feel happier, healthier and more motivated." The official Orovo website does not appear to encourage a specific diet plan or exercise regimen with Orovo.
List of IngredientsKey components of Orovo pills are green tea (antioxidant and form of caffeine aims to boost energy), Idebenone (anti-aging component), DMAE (improves memory and energy levels) and alpha-lipoic acid (antioxidant). Orovo also incorporates ten superfoods, which are barley, acai, cayenne pepper, buckwheat, flaxseed, alfalfa sprout, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, soy, garlic and wheat grass.
Product FeaturesOrovo is a diet capsule that endeavors to assist men and women with reducing unwanted body fat, while boosting energy levels and improving overall health. Unlike most other diet supplements, Orovo additionally aims to reduce facial acne and wrinkles. This diet product sells on the official website for $80. Other ingredients found in Orovo are gelatin and magnesium stearate.
- Orovo can be conveniently purchased via the official website.
- Orovo capsules contain some natural ingredients.
- Orovo comes in an easy to manage capsule form.
- Orovo aims to benefit the user's skin.
- Orovo does not appear to come with a money-back guarantee.
- Orovo may be a bit pricey for some individuals since it costs $80 per container.
- The official website makes consumers sign up for their program in order to get discounts.
- There isn't much clinical research backing this product as an effective weight loss supplement.
- No free trial sample of Orovo is offered on the website.
- This product makes all kinds of broad health claims that are really all over the place.
- Orovo contains a form of caffeine, which is known for pulling water off of the body.