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This product doesn’t need too much of an introduction, it’s probably one of the longest serving fat burners on the market. The product has its origins date back to 2005 – has it stood the test of time? Are liquid capsules still something users should choose over the normal powdered capsules?
In this Lipo 6 review we aim to clear up any questions and misconceptions you may have with this product.
Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.
What Is Lipo 6?
Lipo 6 is a fat burner produced by a US-based firm named Nutrex Research. To date, Lipo-6 comes in 9 different versions. The original Lipo 6 fat burner costs around $29.99, contains 120 capsules and will last users around 30 days provided to take the full directed serving.
This product can be purchased from the official Lipo 6 website, as well as the usual places like GNC, Walmart, Amazon etc.
Lipo 6 is essentially just a combination of various stimulants and herbal extracts; Nutrex describe this product as a “accelerated fat loss formula” that helps to boost metabolism and energy levels, while burning excess body fat.
Lipo 6 utilizes what is known as a LFHC (liquid-filled hard capsule). While the manufacturers Nutrex make a big song-and-dance about how their products use liqui-cap technology, the reality is that liquid capsules aren’t really that ground breaking – they are rarely seen in nutraceutical products (especially weight loss pills) because the technology just isn’t needed.
A liquid formula is absorbed by the body faster than a dry powdered formula. Technically this means the product gets to work faster, however this type of liquid-dosing is just completely unnecessary for these types of products – there is no real benefit to be had from absorbing the formula 2-3 minutes faster than a dry version.
In our opinion, these liquid capsules are more-so used as a marketing gimmick so Nutrex can claim their product has a unique selling point.
Does Lipo 6 Work?
If you were to take the claims that the manufacturers make on Lipo-6 at face value, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this was a miracle weight loss product that can help you shed all your body fat within a short period of time.. After all, Nutrex do describe it as an “max-strength accelerated fat loss formula”. Unfortunately for humanity, Nutrex have not created such a product and none of that is actually true.
While researching into the formula, our Lipo-6 review team found that there aren’t any “fat burning” ingredients inside – there’s also nothing that will suppress appetite levels. As we mentioned earlier this was formulated back in 2005, and it really shows; all we have with Lipo-6 is a cocktail of extremely strong stimulants, Some of which that are dangerous, banned in certain areas and have some potentially lethal side-effects.
The only way you’ll lose weight with this product is if you stick to a low-calorie diet and exercise regularly. As the stimulants inside Lipo-6 will boost your energy levels and heighten your focus, think of it as a means of supporting your weight loss goals, rather than relying on it to deliver the weight loss results independently.
The Pros & Cons Of Lipo 6
Below we have made a complete list of everything we personally consider to be a positive or negative:
- Boosts energy levels.
- Helps manage fatigue.
- Great as a pre-workout.
- Formula doesn’t contain any scientifically-advanced ingredients – it’s just a cocktail of stimulants.
- May not suppress appetite levels and cravings for food.
- Some seriously negative potential side effects.
- Contains a couple of dangerous stimulants.
- No money-back guarantee.
What Are The Lipo 6 Ingredients?
We have found the following nutritional information via the Nutrex Research website:
Non-active ingredients: Vegetable capsule, Purified water, Polysorbate 80.
Is Lipo 6 Suitable For Everyone?
It is suitable for vegetarians and vegans, but shouldn’t be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or anyone under the age of 18. Those with hypertension or cardiovascular issues should also consult with a healthcare professional prior to using Lipo 6.
Is Lipo 6 Safe?
Lipo 6 contains Synephrine HCl, which has some potentially dangerous side effects. This ingredient has been banned in most countries including the UK & EU.
What Are The Lipo 6 Side Effects?
Based on the ingredients inside this formula, our review team has compiled the following list of potential side effects that users may experience:
- Stomach irritation
- Nausea and vomiting
- Increased heart rate
- Risk for high blood pressure, heart attack and stroke 
Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.
Are There Any Lipo 6 Reviews From Customers?
We have found the following Lipo-6 review testimonials via customers online:
The capsules were wet and sticky and it tasted very salty. I’ve never experienced that before. Talked to Nutrex and they said it’s normal… Not sure how “normal” that is.
this actually did lean me up quite a bit. If it sounds like I’m surprised its cause I am. I’m quite weary of all this stuff but this one seemed to do the trick
Our Final Verdict On Lipo 6
To conclude our Lipo-6 review, it’s a bit of a mixed bag – there are things that we like about it and things that we aren’t too blown away by.
The formula is extremely dated and, in our opinion, quite dangerous – both Synephrine and Yohimbine are extremely strong stimulants that have some seriously bad side effects, what’s more both ingredients are banned in most parts of the world (excluding the USA).
Lipo-6 doesn’t contain anything that directly causes weight loss and it will not suppress user appetite levels either – in our eyes, this product should be looked at as more of a pre-workout or energy pill, rather than a “fat burner”. Finally, the lack of money-back guarantee put us off.