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Introduction

Resolution Drops Product ImageLittle drops that you put under your tongue that can melt away your body fat while you sit back and relax.. it sounds too good to be true?

In this Resolution drops review, we’re looking at what goes into the formula to establish whether or not this product really can help you burn body fat.

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What Is Resolution Drops?

Resolution Drops is a homeopathic weight loss drop created by a Dutch health and wellness brand named Total Life Changes, or TLC for short.

One bottle of Resolution Drops costs $59.95, contains 10ml of solution and will last users for exactly 10 days, based on the directions of one 1ml serving each morning; it is available directly from the official Resolution Drops website and Amazon.

Much like the majority of TLC products, Resolution Drops is a product that’s targeted towards those who are looking for something to help them lose body fat.

The product itself is a homeopathic dilution of various herbal extracts. Total Life Changes describe Resolution Drops as weight loss formula that supports enhanced fat burning, going on to also state that it prevents the likelihood of the body fat returning.

Does Resolution Drops Work?

Without beating about the bush here, no these drops will not work – the formula is essentially just water.

The Resolution Drops are what’s known as a homeopathic treatment (i.e. an “alternative medicine”), which is essentially a snake-oil treatment that has effects no better than a placebo.

Normally, when assessing whether or not a product works, we look into the supporting science for each ingredient inside the product, then make our judgements accordingly – in the case of Resolution Drops, the formula literally contains herbal extracts so far diluted that consumers will essentially be getting a vial of pure water and nothing else.

In 2010, the United Kingdom’s “Science and Technology Committee” declared that all homeopathic treatments/products simply do not work. In addition to this, there have been over 1800 studies conducted on homeopathy; none of them have concluded the practice is effective in the slightest.

The bottom line: this is an ineffective homeopathic weight loss treatment with zero scientific backing.

The Pros & Cons Of Resolution Drops

Below we’ve listed what we believe to be the main positives and negatives:

The Pros

  • We couldn’t find any.

The Cons

  • Product does not contain any ingredients that directly and independently “burn fat”.
  • Will not suppress appetite.
  • Contains homeopathic ingredients that have absolutely no scientific backing.

What Are The Resolution Drops Ingredients?

We have found the following supplement facts for this product:

One Drop Contains: Ammonium Bromatum (6X), Oat Straw (6X), Calcarea Carbonica (SX), Focus Vesiculosus (6X), Graphites (SX), Ignatia Amara (6X), Lycopodium Clavatum (6X), Nux Vomica (6X), Sulphuricum Acidum (6X) and Thyroidinum (12X).

What Are The Resolution Drops Side Effects?

As we mentioned above, the product is a “dilution”, which essentially means it’s just water – as you already know, water doesn’t produce any side effects!

Are There Any Resolution Drops Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Resolution Drops review testimonials via customers online:

Straight trash. Used it for an entire month and it didn’t do a thing. AVOID THIS.

Helped me lose 35lbs over a 2 month period!

Our Final Verdict On Resolution Drops

To conclude our Resolution Drops review, this is a scam through and through. Homeopathy is complete quackery and has no foundations to stand upon – it has been disproved time and time again, in fact there has been over 1800 studies showing that it simply does not work.

Don’t even waste your money on these “weight loss drops”, they’re completely useless and will only make your wallet lighter.

2.5/5 (2 Reviews)
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