Pink Diet Patch

Pink Diet Patch Review
The Pink Patch is a diet patch made made with herbs which dieters stick to  the skin.  The Pink diet patch, designed for women, involves the “attempted” delivery of these herbs by way of the skin into the body.  However, according to the FTC’s weight loss red flags for consumers, there are no proven weight loss patches.  That’s why the FTC clearly warns consumers to take caution with all diet patch products with any weight loss claims.  Incredibly the Pink patch alleges multiple health claims for weight loss, and even for mood evelavtion ‘so you’ll look & feel terrific’. 

The Pink patch marketers recommend  that the Pink patch be changed daily, thus a one month supply would require as many as 30 Pink patches.  Users are encouraged to drink plenty of water, avoid alcohol and limit caffeine to one cup a day. There is no specific diet or exercise plan recommended while wearing the Pink Patch. Users are encouraged to eat foods low in fat and calories, and to exercise regularly in order to achieve optimal weight loss.

Pink Patch Ingredients
The Pink patch has a proprietary formula including Fucus Vesiculosus, 5-HTP, Guarana, Zinc Pyruvate, Yerba Mate, Flaxseed Oil, Lecithin, L-Carnitine, thus we do not have a breakdown of the quantities of the herbs used nor what amounts are supposed to get delivered into the body.  The Pink Patch contains, Fucus Vesiculosus, a type of seaweed. It also contains Verba Mate, a South American stimulant and lecithin, an emulsifier. The Pink Patch also contains Flaxseed Oil, which is rich in omega-3 acids. The oil is claimed to boosts the immune system.

Pink Patch Warnings

This product is not recommended for children under 18 years of age. Anyone in good health can use the Pink Patch. People with pre-existing medical conditions, or who are taking prescription medication should consult with their health care professional before using the patch. The product should not be used by pregnant or lactating women.  Results may vary. For best results use as part of a low-calorie, low fat meal plan and exercise program. In the unlikely event that any side effects are experienced please cease using the product and seek medical advice.

Pink Patch Diet Product Review Summary

The Pink patch marketers warn that there may be a mild skin rash in people who are sensitive to the adhesive used with the patch which contains latex. In such cases they recommend that use of the product is discontinued.  The ingredients in the Pink Patch are said to be absorbed into the skin and to be time released throughout the day.  Our research show there is not a shred of published clinical human studies to show any diet patch ingredients can be absorbed into the skin and be time released.  The Pink Patch is a dietary supplement that has not been evaluated by the FDA. Its effectiveness and safety, therefore, have not been validated.  According to the FTC’s weight loss red flags for consumers, there are no proven weight loss patches.  That’s why the FTC clearly warns consumers to take caution with all diet patch products with any weight loss claims.

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