Courture Curves Review
Wow. Where to begin? Courture Curves has its own little drill team full of red flags that hit you in the face as soon as you take the time to do any amount of research on this diet pill. Femme Slender, the manufacturer behind Courture Curves, claims that Courture Curves contains no stimulants or side effects, when it actually does contain a rather large amount of stimulants, and all the side effects that accompany stimulants. Courture Curves claims that you will see significant weight loss results within days, but doesn’t place enough support for this claim with their wimpy money-back time frame. Oh, right, sorry, I’m getting ahead of myself. What is Courture Curves supposed to do? Courture Curves is a diet pill designed specifically for women. It is supposed to help you naturally lose weight, without the use of stimulants, and to do so within days. While, yes, Courture Curves is all natural, the rest of the promises are a bit shaky.
Courture Curves Ingredients
-100 mgs Guarana
- 100 mgs Green Tea
- 75 mgs Yerba Mate
- 50 mgs Tetradecylthioacetic Acid
- 50 mgs Choline
- 50 mgs N-Acetyl-Tyrosine
- 50 mgs Alpha Lipoic Acid
- 25 mgs Cayenne
Please note, the first three ingredients listed, Guarana, Green Tea, and Yerba Mate, all contain high amounts of caffeine [guarana is chemically identical to caffeine] and are all stimulants.
Side effects of Courture Curves include restlessness, anxiety, nausea, abdominal pain, insomina, high blood pressure, headaches, and rapid heart rate. Do not use Courture Curves if you are pregnant, nursing, have insomnia, or suffer from heart disease or high blood pressure.
Courture Curves Marketing
Courture Curves’ biggest marketing claim is that it is used by the 2010 Miss England, Jessica Linley. Frankly, the marketing techniques behind Courture Curves seem shady. They try to lead you to believe that Courture Curves is a product that is guaranteed to work, and is completely safe, without side effects or stimulants. But really, the “guarantee” only lasts for 30 days, there are side effects, and Courture Curves contains significant amounts of stimulants. They are not very upfront, and even their testimonials are uninformative. The video of Jessica Linley is just a video of her slender body, and a 5 second clip of her saying she uses Courture Curves – but not how much weight she has lost with this diet pill, or if she supplements Courture Curves with diet and exercise [by the way, there is no mention of whether you have to combine diet and exercise with the use of this diet pill to see results], and the two testimonials on the website are very vague, only saying things like “I have found these to be very good,” with no mention of pounds lost, or how long they had to wait before seeing results, or if the weight has stayed off. Frankly, when trying a diet pill, you want to stay away from the ones that avoid from giving direct, or correct, information and facts.
Courture Curves Price
Courture Curves costs $49.99 per bottle, each bottle contains 90 capsules. You are instructed to take three pills a day, one shortly before each meal. So each bottle lasts for roughly one month. You can also choose to buy three bottles of Courture Curves for $120.
Courture Curves Guarantee
Courture Curves is 100% guaranteed, but only for up to thirty days. This really is not enough time to allow you to test Courture Curves and see if it is effective for you, or if you have adverse side effects from it.
Courture Curves Conclusion
Look elsewhere. There are much more reliable, effective, and trustworthy weight loss pills out there. I’d recommend Adapexin.