September 29, 2016
In truth, or at least according to their website, Sea-Thin is made up of 5mg fucoxanthin and pomegranate seed oil.
The maker of fucothin was censored by the FTC for making unsubstantiated claims, actually more than once. And he did claim to work with a doctor who was actually dead at the time the research was completed. So compare the fact that fucothin and sea-thin make exactly the same claims and use exactly the same ingredients, and consider the logic. Sea-Thin is either a horrible copycat of a pathetic product, or it is manufactured by the same people trying to make a quick buck twice over. As for the ingredients, again, it was only tested on rats, and 5mg fucoxanthin is definitely less than they used in successful studies in rats, which are considerably smaller than humans.
Overall Impression of Sea-Thin:
Plenty of companies are using false advertising and blatantly false statements, it is not like Sea-Thin is the exception to the rule. However, it seems like those that use honest tactics and truly effective formulas should be the rule instead of the exception. This does not mean you have to settle, it just means you have to look a little harder. Sea-Thin is, by all accounts, underpowered, lacking actual weight loss ingredients, and false on every level. You are not even paying for expensive advertising with Sea-Thin. You are simply paying to pad the CEO’s pockets.