Leptorexin is a relatively new diet pill in the market that is counting on their massively sized ingredient label to lead them to success. They claim to be “the only diet pill that guarantees fat loss!” We love their guarantee, but we are also pretty sure that other diet pills offer similar guarantees. Leptorexin bases their ingredient profile on 6 “combinations” including: vitamins and minerals, fat burning, superfoods, lean muscle, cellular detox, and anti-aging. Each of these contains ingredients to help in their respective areas.
The following review outlines some of their ingredients and the overall product to help you see if it is the right solution for you or not.
Vitamins & Minerals
- Vitamin C (60 mg)
- Vitamin B12 (60 mcg)
- Vitamin B6 (5 mg)
- Chromium Polynicotinate (200 mcg)
- Selenium (50 mcg)
Euphoric Fat Burning Matrix (715 mg)
- DiCaffeine Malate
- Rhodiola Rosea
- St Johns Wort
- Siberian Ginseng
Superfood Matrix (400 mg)
Lean Muscle Matrix (480 mg)
Cellular Detox Matrix (400 mg)
- Dandelion Root
- Milk Thistle
- Uva Ursi
Anti-Aging Matrix (150 mg)
As you can see, Leptorexin has one of the biggest ingredient lists of any diet pill on the market. Some diet pills will do this to appear much more credible than they really are, but this isn’t necessarily the case all the time. Leptorexin includes almost all of their ingredients in proprietary blends which makes it extremely difficult to say whether or not they will be effective. The size of some of the blends looks as though they have the potential pack enough of the ingredients in, but not all. Good or bad, it’s difficult to tell.
There are quite a few ingredients that have been proven to be effective (green tea, caffeine, and synephrine to name a few) but there are also alot of ingredients that haven’t. Please click on the links to the ingredients listed above to see a full review on the ingredients. If there’s not a review, chances are it’s not too effective of an ingredient.
Their website is pretty straight forward with a clear focus on ingredients, which we like. They’ve avoided the ever present before and after photos which is always a plus as well.
We did notice, however, that the product’s design looks incredibly similar to PatenTrim’s. It appears that Leptorexin is trying to add some credibility to their product by basing the design off of an effective and increasingly popular diet pill that already on the market. Whether or not this tactic works, I don’t know. But in the least it shows some lack of creativity juices on their part.
They also employ some other commonly seen sales tactics such as posting logos for news channels and such to try to seem more credible. I haven’t checked, but it’s a sure bet that Leptorexin hasn’t appeared on any of them. They also claim that it will “be sold out in 72 hours” and that you should “buy now before it’s too late !” Interestingly enough, when I saw the site last week it said the same thing.
$59.99 is a pretty decent price for a quality diet pill.
They do have a fantastic lifetime money back guarantee on all unopened bottles. We like to see anything over 60 days, so this lifetime guarantee is obviously head and shoulders above many other diet pills.
Leptorexin provides an ingedient list a mile long. While this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, it doesn’t mean that it’s a good thing either. The proprietary blend makes it difficult to guage its effectiveness even though the levels appear to be high enough in some cases. We aren’t fans of their marketing with the old sales tactics and the copied design. The price is pretty reasonable and the guarantee is good. Leptorexin gets a pretty neutral review from us.
You can purchase Leptorexin directly through the Leptorexin website.