Lipovox Review – Miracle In A Bottle?
Lipovox is a three-in-one nutritional supplemental that is advertised as being able to clear acne, speed weight loss, and fight wrinkles. It is packed with “super high concentrates” of twelve doctor-recommended super foods and two antioxidants. Some of these super foods destroy toxins in the body that may be causing acne problems, while others relieve stress which may make you less prone to acne breakouts. All of the ingredients of Lipovox support overall good health, which can help make skin healthier and less likely to develop acne in the first place.
The Lipovox website does not give information about the company behind the product except giving an address based in Utah in the United States, and I wasn’t able to find definite information about the company by searching the internet. The Better Business Bureau does have a file on Lipovox, though, and has given them a grade of F. The reasons the BBB gives for this low grade are “BBB concerns with the industry in which this business operates” and “Length of time business has been operating.” In the last 36 months, the BBB has received six consumer complaints regarding Lipovox, but all six have been resolved.
Along with the antioxidants Alpha Lipoic Acid and DMAE, Lipovox contains these twelve super foods:
- Brazilian Acai
- Cayenne Pepper Fruit
- Soybeans Isoflavones
- Lactobacillus Acidophilus
- Alfalfa Sprouts
- Green Tea Extract
- Salmon Oil Powder
Unfortunately, the amount of each ingredient that is present in the Lipovox capsules is not disclosed.
The instructions say to take 1-3 capsules before both breakfast and lunch. One bottle of Lipovox will last 10-30 days depending on the dosage you choose to take. No warnings or potential side effects are mentioned, though users are cautioned to be aware of the effect that the caffeine in Lipovox has on them.
Where to Buy Lipovox
Lipovox nutritional supplements may be purchased from the official Lipovox website and from a few other online retailers. Lipovox is not available in stores.
A 30-day supply of Lipovox will cost $29.95.
Lipovox offers a “lifetime money back guarantee.” No matter how many bottles of Lipovox you purchase, if you are not satisfied with the results, you may return one empty bottle and any number of additional bottles in resalable condition for a full refund minus shipping charges. An address for shipping returns is provided on the website.
Lipovox seems viewed more popularly as a weight loss aid than an acne treatment. No matter how you view it, though, Lipovox gets many complaints and is frequently called a scam. Many people are extremely skeptical of the potential for a pill to perform all the ‘miracles’ the Lipovox claims it can. They say that popping a few pills everyday could not possibly be a solution for acne, wrinkles, and weight loss, that the claims made on the Lipovox website seem “a little too far fetched.” Some even call for the Federal Trade Commission to put Lipovox and other similar companies out of business.
Yet, in looking at actual user comments on various sites, it becomes apparent that the people making harsh claims against Lipovox haven’t actually used it. As you can see from the comments above, Lipovox really works for some people. Some can’t say enough good things about it, saying that it has helped them lose weight quickly and has lead to healthier-looking skin. As one woman writes, “[My] skin is in much better condition.”
At the same time, as with any product, Lipovox does not work for everyone. Some see virtually no change in any aspect of their body while taking the pills. Some began taking the pills for acne but lost weight instead (and kept the acne). Others saw the opposite – they took the pills to lose weight but watched their acne clear up instead. There’s no predicting how the supplement is going to work for each individual.
Though the super food concentrates sound harmless, the potential for a bad reaction does exist. One user posted at Yahoo! Answers that Lipovox caused her severe stomach discomfort for more than a week. It’s possible that this woman may have actually had a food allergy to one of the super foods.
I doubt Lipovox would ever be called the best acne treatment and it certainly has its pros and cons, but it can’t be denied that Lipovox does help clear at least mild acne for some people.