September 28, 2016
Xpel uses a blend of buchu leaf, cornsilk stylus, couchgrass rhizome, hydrangea root, juniper berry fruit, uva ursi, dandelion root, horsetail extract, calcium carbonate, potassium citrate, calcium gluconate, magnesium oxide, green tea, and guarana. Green tea could potentially promote weight loss, but only in amounts of 400mg or more, Xpel has about 75mg. The rest of the ingredients will only get rid of water weight, easily lost, but also easily gained.
Overall Impression of Xpel:
If you want to lose a significant amount of weight, Xpel is not the one for you. Your body really only has so much water weight to lose before it starts holding onto water or you end up with severe dehydration. It interferes with real weight loss, because your body is trying to compensate, and we would not recommend it.