February 12, 2016
Allure Patch Review
Like other patches, Allure Patch works supposedly by depositing the ingredients through the skin, directly into the bloodstream. The only problem with this idea is that it doesn’t actually work. Nobody has brought an effective patch system into the diet industry, and most individuals only complain of redness and irritation under the patch site. Ingredients include a proprietary blend of fucus vesiculosus, green tea, and guarana.
Allure Patch is not safe to take if:
- You have sensitive skin
- You are looking for long term results
- You are looking for any results.
Possible Side Effects
- Redness or irritation at the application site.
Overall Impression of Allure Patch:
The Allure Patch likely wouldn’t be up to par in pill form. It would just cause negative side effects. A benefit of the patch application, there are no side effects, because the ingredients don’t actually get from the patch to the bloodstream. The downside is that while your skin may suffer irritation, you will not actually see any results.