Oxydrene is a supplement that is meant to help increase the amount of oxygen in your blood and tissue. As such, it’s advertised as a “deep tissue oxygenator.” The question that remains is whether or not this increased oxygen in our system will directly correlate with weight loss. Our guess is that while it may help (and may especially help during workouts and such), it’s unlikely to cause you to lose weight.
- Sedium Crenulata
- Fructus Lychii Chinensis
The above mentioned ingredients have been shown (at least from the little research that I was able to do on them) to aid in increased oxygen in the blood stream at least to some degree. But again, since this is a “diet pill” review site, you’re here to know if it will dramatically help you lose weight. Answer: not likely.
Their website is relatively straight forward which is good. They avoid flashy testimonials or ridiculous before and after photos. Always a plus. They don’t, however, focus much on ingredients at all. We really wish that they would have provided more about the ingredients that are supposed to make their miracles happen.
$34.99 for 60 capsules. This is an average price for a good diet pill, but probably too much in the case of Oxydrene.
No guarantee is mentioned. Not a good sign.
If you’re looking for benefits related directly to increased levels of oxygen in your blood and tissue (such as intense exercise, increased stamina, etc) than Oxydrene may be something that may work. But if you’re looking for a diet pill that is targeted specifically at helping you lose weight (through increased metabolism and fat burning capabilities) than Oxydrene is a bad bet. There are plenty of other pills out there with many great ingredients that have proven to burn fat. Thumbs down for Oxydrene.