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Introduction

Is the cure to obesity just a couple of drops of TLC’s “Life Drops” under your tongue every day? To us, it sounded too good to be true, so we decided to investigate. In this Life Drops review, we’re analyzing the formula to establish what the product is truly capable of.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation; similarly, this content is produced on a matter of public interest.

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What Is TLC Life Drops?

Life Drops is a weight loss and energy booster drop created by a Dutch nutritional supplement brand named Total Life Changes.

You can order it directly from the TLC Life Drops official website. It’s also available on Amazon and eBay.

One bottle of Life Drops costs $54.95, contains 10ml of tincture, and will last users for approximately 10 days based on the directions of one drop each morning with breakfast.

If this product seems similar to their Resolution Drops, that’s because it is. Like most of the products in TLC’s range, Life Drops is a formula targeted towards those who are looking for something to help them lose weight, however it’s also marketed as a natural energy-booster too.

The product itself is a complex of vitamins, minerals and herbal extracts. Total Life Changes describe Life Drops as an “exclusive nutritional blend” that works to boost metabolism rates and “personal energy levels”. The brand go on to promise effects such as faster weight loss, lowered appetite, and improved “cellular energy”.

Do The TLC Life Drops Work?

After further research into the ingredients inside the Life Drops tincture, we are not convinced that this product has what it takes to deliver weight loss results for consumers – this conclusion is based on the tiny dosage amounts of each ingredient.

Firstly, the positive notes. The formula has a B vitamin complex that can contribute towards normal energy levels and also has some general health benefits too – sadly, that’s where the positive notes end.

The “Life Drops” proprietary blend (which contains the “weight loss supporting ingredients”, such as green tea, pomegranate extract etc.) is only dosed at meagre 20mg per serving – this sort of tiny serving amount will do absolutely nothing. While studies have shown the EGCG content of green tea to be helpful for fat mobilization, consumers will be needing at least 500-1000mg of the substance daily to gain such benefits.

To be fair to TLC, they don’t directly sell this product exclusively as a weight loss means, but if we’re honest, that’s the only reason people would buy it; we do not believe for a second that people are purchasing these insanely-expensive little drops purely to feel a bit more energetic.

The bottom line: the formula features some decent ingredients for boosting your energy levels, but the rest of the formula is in such a tiny dose that experiencing weight loss results is highly unlikely.

The Pros & Cons of Life Drops

Below we have listed what we believe to be the positives and negatives of TLC’s Life Drops:

The Pros

  • Can help support energy levels.

The Cons

  • Product does not contain any ingredients that directly and independently “burn fat”.
  • Unlikely to cause appetite suppression.
  • Potentially negative side effects are possible.
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What Are The Life Drops Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One 1ml Serving Contains: Thiamin 0.3 mg, Niacin 2mg, Vitamin B6 0.2mg, Vitamin B12 800mcg, Biotin 120mcg, Pantothenic 1mg and “Life Drops” Proprietary Blend 20 mg (Green Tea, Whole Pomegranate Extract, Acerola Fruit Powder).

Is Life Drops Suitable For Everyone?

Based on our own research, this product should be avoided by pregnant or breastfeeding women. It may also be unsuitable for those with anxiety and/or bipolar disorders.

Is Life Drops Safe?

Yes, we believe that this product is safe, as it does not contain any banned or dangerous ingredients.

What Are The Life Drops Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Headache
  • Itching
  • Swelling
  • Anxiousness [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Life Drops Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Life Drops reviews via customers online:

Did not work for me. Would not recommend it.

Saw no results after using the whole bottle for a month.

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Our Final Verdict On TLC Life Drops

To conclude our Life Drops review, we feel that the effects promised by Total Life Changes will very likely go unfulfilled. Firstly, the idea that these little drops can suppress your appetite and help you burn stubborn body fat is simply preposterous – there is absolutely no supporting scientific evidence whatsoever.

Furthermore, the claims it can boost your energy levels may be applicable to those with a tiny body-weight, but for the vast majority of users (we’re assuming fully grown adults), the micro-doses that this formula contains won’t have too much of an impact on your energy levels at all.

Kath Ross, PhD
Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!
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Tracy Lam
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Tracy Lam

Mine haven’t arrived yet. It’s been weeks now.. anybody else had this problem?

CJ
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CJ

Weird, mine came in about a week. Email TLC maybe?

DairyDiva76
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DairyDiva76

“Fat Burning Drops” my *SS – they did absolutely nothing at all, and I used the whole thing as directed. Complete scam hope they see this!!

R. Nulds
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R. Nulds

YOU GUYS SOLD ME DROPS THAT DONT WORK I WANT A REFUND IMMEDIATELY

THANK YOU

MR. R NULDS OF BELLEVUE NEBRASKA

DietProbe
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DietProbe

Hi Mr. Nulds,

You’ll need to contact Total Life Changes themselves. We do not sell this product, we’ve simply written the review.

Regards,

Kath

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