Thermosculpt Review - Does This Fat Burner Actually Work?
Give me just two minutes of your time and I’ll tell you whether or not Thermosculpt is worth your money. We reviewed the ingredients, side effects, clinical research and customer service. Hundreds of comments and experiences made up a huge part of it. Then, we summarized and condensed to give you the bottom line.
What You Need to Know
First off, Thermosculpt is a supplement that is supposed to target fat. It contains higenamine hcl, sulbutiamine hcl, uva ursi extract, dmae hcl, theobromine hcl and synephrine hcl. You take the product daily. We like that it’s portable for dieters on the go.
The company behind Thermosculpt is Herbal Technologies and appears to have introduced the supplement in 2013. You can only buy it directly from the company. We like that the ingredients are listed online and there is a coupon mentioned, but read on…
Side Effects – “Something You Should Consider?”
The first issue we found with Thermosculpt ingredients is that there may be the potential for side effects. “You can often find reports of adverse reactions in customer reviews, but this time experts tell the dieter to be wary,” said our Research Editor.
A study from the Korean Journal of Internal Medicine offers, “our case accentuates the potential risk of dietary supplements containing synephrine, a sympathomimetic similar to ephedra.”
Yet, we also found research that said, “the use of bitter orange extract and p-synephrine appears to be…safe.”
Lack of Strong Customer Support – “Really?”
We also found it hard to see exactly what dieters think about Thermosculpt because there are just no reviews or supportive comments anywhere we looked. The only positive mentions were the testimonials on the official website. Those show some good results, but there’s no talk about how long the users took the supplement before reaching the total weight-loss.
We’ve found, after years of research, that it takes what seems like a small thing to ruin your chances of long-term success. If Thermosculpt only works for the people mentioned on the official website, where does that leave you?
The Science – “Clinically Proven?”
The real test of a supplement like Thermosculpt is the science behind the formula. There are no clinical studies mentioned. Some of Thermosculpt ingredients have been shown to work. But the science behind the effectiveness doesn’t point toward this formula. At DietSpotlight, science-based facts is critical. If there’s none, we have concerns.
The Bottom Line – Does Thermosculpt Work?
Is it time to give Thermosculpt a try? Well, we like that there’s some natural ingredients and that we located a few favorable customers comments, but we’re skeptical about it because of no solid science backing the weight-loss claims. We’re also hesitant due to reports of side effects and no customer support.
If you’re ready to take a step toward weight-loss, we suggest going with a product that contains ingredients that are safe and clinically tested.
Among the best products we’ve seen this year is one called Leptigen. The formula consists of four clinically-tested ingredients in a proprietary blend, that have been shown to accelerate metabolism and ignite fat loss. No one is talking about negative side effects and customers are seeing great results.
Plus, the makers are confident enough in their supplement to offer customers a Special Trial Offer on Leptigen.
Previous Thermosculpt Review (Updated December 12, 2011):
What You Should Know
Thermosculpt is produced by a company called 4 your Health. There does not appear to be an official website for this product but, those who are selling it online do give product information about Thermosculpt. The ingredients in Thermosculpt can be found in a large number of other weight loss products for sale on the market. One of the main active ingredients in Thermosculpt is Advantra Z. Advantra Z is otherwise known as Citrus Aurantium or Synephrine, and it was at one time thought to be a safe alternative to the dangerous stimulant Ephedrine. It is, however, now causing concern amongst some weight loss experts who believe that it may increase the risk of a stroke or heart attack. Thermosculpt also contains Vanadium, Vitamin B5 and Chromium which are all extremely popular ingredients in weight loss products today.
The ingredients in Thermosculpt consist of Vanadium,
Glucosol, Advantra Z, Zinc Oxide, Chromium, Vitamin B5, Octopamine, Hordenine, Tyramine and N-Methyl Tyramine.
Thermosculpt is sold online for the price of $35.99 for 90 capsules. Those who market and sell Thermosculpt tell us that it contains ingredients that function to burn fat, build lean muscle and promote weight loss. They also claim that it is a safe and potent fat fighting product. We are told that you should take one to two capsules of Thermosculpt half an hour before your two largest meals, and that the best results are achieved with consistent use. Those selling this product also tell us that anyone who has any kind of medical problem should seek their physician's advice before using this product. As Thermosculpt contains Citrus Aurantium, anyone who has a heart or blood pressure product would be well advised not to use Thermosculpt.
- A comprehensive list of ingredients for Thermosculpt is listed by those who sell this product online.
- Thermosculpt can be ordered directly online.
- It does not contain Ephedrine.
- There does not appear to be a money back guarantee if you purchase Thermosculpt.
- There is no official website for Thermosculpt.
- The ingredients in Thermosculpt can be found in a whole host of other weight loss products that are for sale today.
- Some experts warn that Citrus Aurantium can increase the risk of a stroke or heart attack.
There are some serious safety concerns regarding Citrus Aurantium which is a featured ingredient in Thermosculpt. We would certainly like to see manufacturers leaving this ingredient out of their products until there are the results of more conclusive studies on this substance. Thermosculpt should definitely be avoided by anyone suffering from a heart condition or who has blood pressure concerns. Also, we would probably be more inclined to check out Thermosculpt if the manufacturer's customer service policies were a bit more customer friendly.
Thermosculpt Questions & Answers:
After narrowing down hundreds of user comments about Thermosculpt, we created this helpful FAQ.
What are the side effects of Thermosculpt?
Thermosculpt side effects reported by customers include increased heart rate/blood pressure, headache, jitteriness, upset stomach, anxiety, nervousness and nausea.
What are the ingredients in Thermosculpt?
Thermosculpt ingredients include potassium diphosphate, amla extract, synephrine, uva ursi, caffeine, passion flower, yohimbine, rhodiola rosea, n-acetyl-tyrosine, white willow bark, vinpocetine, b-methylphenethylamine, dandelion root and bioperine.
Does Thermosculpt work?
When we visited the official Thermosculpt website, we noticed the company provided a wealth of information about the ingredients, but there were no links to studies proving the supplement helps with weight-loss. There’s solid science backing caffeine, but it doesn’t back up the claims of this product.
You may want to think about your decision to go with Thermosculpt and consider a supplement like Leptigen, which contains some ingredients that have been clinically-tested.
How much does Thermosculpt cost?
A 30-day supply of Thermosculpt costs $39.95; 60-day costs $59.95 and 90-day costs $89.95. You’ll receive a discount when you buy multiple bottles.
How should I take Thermosculpt?
You should access your tolerance to Thermosculpt by taking one prior to your first meal of the day. After your assessment, you can take another
Can I take Thermosculpt if I have a health condition?
Women who are pregnant or nursing, those with health conditions, anyone taking prescription medications of under 18 years of age should consult with a healthcare professional prior to using weight-loss supplements of any kind, including Thermosculpt.
What do users like about Thermosculpt?
Some users liked the low price of Thermosculpt.
What do users NOT like about Thermosculpt?
Users didn’t like that Thermosculpt caused some side effects.
How do I contact the Thermosculpt customer service department?
You can contact the Thermosculpt customer service department by calling a representative at 1-800-969-3087, writing the corporate team at Herbal Technologies 157 26th St. Suite 616 Santa Monica, CA 90403 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
What’s the difference between Thermosculpt and Thermosculpt Pro?
The difference between Thermosculpt and the pro version is the inclusion of sulbutiamine and DMAE.
Do I need to take Thermosculpt with food?
You can take Thermosculpt with or without food.
How much caffeine is in Thermosculpt?
There’s no mention of the amount of caffeine in Thermosculpt.
Does Thermosculpt come with a guarantee?
Yes, Thermosculpt comes with a 30-day guarantee. You’ll need to reach out to the customer service department before sending the supplement back.
Do you know of any special deals or discounts on Thermosculpt?
There are deals and discounts on Thermosculpt. If you purchase a 60-day supply, you’ll receive $20 off the purchase price and if you buy a three-month supply, the savings is $35. However, our readers have been going bananas over the last few months taking advantage of Leptigen’s Special Trial Offer, which is simply the cost of shipping and handling. Click here to give it a try.