StarCaps is a diet pill endorsed and most likely created by the star Nikki Haskell. The name alone, at least in my mind, rings of cheap marketing and likely a cheap marketing. The website claims that StarCaps “is not a diet pill” but that it’s a “an all natural dietary supplement.” It’s clear however that the purpose of StarCaps is to help you lose and maintain weight. This is evidenced by the sales copy on their site, “StarCaps is the quick, effective way to melt off 10-125 pounds.” Hmm…sounds like a diet pill to me.
This review will look specifically at StarCap’s ingredients to see if there anything worth taking note of.
- Corn Spices
Papaya - While good for the overall health, papaya has not been proven to aid in weight loss at all.
Garlic - Also a good supplement for overall health. It’s not, however, going to do much to help you lose weight.
Valerian - Meant to help with sleep patterns.
Papian - Not shown to help with weight loss at all.
There you have it. Nothing in StarCaps is going to cause you to lose weight. Is it a good health supplement, sure, but ineffective as a diet pill.
The website looks as though a high school student threw it together in a weekend. It’s obvious that the big marketing focus was on having it endorsed by a superstar. Whether or not that works in this case is doubtful, but you can be the judge of that.
This is where it gets rediculous! $80 per bottle for the few natural ingredients that aren’t going to cause you to lose a single pound is borderline outrageous. If they’re going for the hollywood star market then I can see where their pricing strategy is coming from. But please, if you don’t have money coming out of your ears, don’t buy this product!
Doesn’t have one. Gee, that’s a surprise.
StarCaps has neither the ingredients, the right price, nor the guarantee to make it even remotely appealing. The ingredients aren’t proven to help with weight loss at all. The price is insanely high for what you’re getting. And, no surprisingly, they don’t guarantee their product to work. Oh, but you do get a big fat endorsement from a celebrity. Maybe that will help us lose weight. Two thumbs down for StarCaps.