180 Body Clinic 180 Targeted Thermogenic Review
As what is apparently the sole product of the 180 Body Clinic company, 180 Targeted Thermogenic definitely seems to be taking the time-honored approach of promising big results in just a short time. These kinds of promises usually get people to pay a little higher price (like $70 per bottle) and can even get faster results, but at what cost to your health?
180 Targeted Thermogenic Ingredients
The single “proprietary blend” in this product contains 610.00 mg of:
- Caralluma Fimbriata
- Indian Gooseberry
- Olive leaf
- Roasted coffee bean
- Rauwolscine extract
You’re supposed to take 1-2 capsules on an empty stomach in the morning and 6-8 hours later. We can tell you that regardless of whether you’re used to caffeine, taking this blend of stimulants on an empty stomach will definitely be a little uncomfortable. It will certainly boost your metabolism temporarily, but it certainly doesn’t appear to be formula you could safely use for very long.
180 Targeted Thermogenic Marketing
“Not exercising as much as you should?
Haven’t eaten as well as you should?
It’s time to turn your looks, and your life, around.
Do a 180. You deserve it.”
That’s about as simple as it gets âˆšÂ¢â€šÃ‡Â¨â€šÃ„Ãº “Use our product.” Other than the suggestion that it could change your looks somehow, there isn’t much reason why.
180 Targeted Thermogenic Price
At $70, this is certainly priced as a major-league fat-burner.
180 Targeted Thermogenic Guarantee
There doesn’t appear to be any satisfaction guarantee. With this potent of a blend, we could see that maybe the possible side effects would keep a company from promising your money back.
180 Targeted Thermogenic Conclusion
Typically we are partial to products that contain proven fat-burning thermogenic agents. While this 180 Targeted Thermogenic does contain some potent ones, it also neglects to tell us how much of each ingredient is in the formula. With highly potent stimulant blends like caffeine and yohimbine (Rauwolscine), this might be too strong for most people. On the other hand, with unproven ingredients like caralluma and indian gooseberry, this product may end up not really helping that much to suppress appetite as it claims. There are too many unknowns to recommend this product without a solid guarantee.