December 6, 2013
Slimage contains just about every popular ingredient currently on the market such as green tea, white tea, oolong tea, caffeine, collagen, hoodia, and quite a few others. Included in that mix is a high number of antioxidants, which can benefit the body in multiple ways.
While Slimage may contain most of the popular ingredients, as we all know popular is not the same as effective. They claim to use “scientific principles and research to help you quickly lose weight”, but they fail to provide even one clinical study to back up those claims. It also contains large amounts of caffeine, which may lead to side effects including but not limited to jitteriness, nervousness, irritability, insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, and elevated heart beat. It also does not offer any testimonials or a money back or satisfaction guarantee. They also claim to promote anti aging, which is probably because they use a number of antioxidants. But if everyone were to follow that idea, vitamin C alone could be marketed as a “powerful anti-aging agent.”
Overall Impression of Slimage:
Slimage seems to go wherever the crowd may take them and make whatever claims are popular at the moment. As we saw with ephedra, this is not smartest way to go about formulating a diet pill. They offer no proof of the effectiveness of their product, no customer testimonials, and no money back guarantee. My advice, look elsewhere.