SkinnyFen

SkinnyFen review
Review of: SkinnyFen
Price:
$32.98

Reviewed by:
Rating:
2
On April 13, 2016
Last modified:April 13, 2016

Summary:

  • SkinnyFen information is very limited

  • The product is meant to simulate the look and effects of Phentermine

  • SkinnyFen may not be right for those with stimulant sensitivities

  • Consult with your doctor before using this product
  • Non-prescription diet pill SkinnyFen is a dietary supplement designed for weight loss. It is one of many over-the-counter (OTC) alternatives to phentermine and similar weight loss medications. This particular product supposedly helps a user control their appetite. It also claims to be a mood enhancer and a fat burner.

    Each of the blue and white speckled tablets are said to contain high quality, pharmaceutical grade ingredients. While this certainly sounds impressive, unfortunately, at the time this review was written, an ingredients list for this product could not be found. Not even a supplement facts sheet is provided. Naturally, without knowing what ingredients are in the product, it is impossible to know just how effective or safe SkinnyFen is for weight loss. There is no way to prove that any of the claims made about the product are true.

    A lack of ingredients also makes one wonder what it is that this manufacturer has to hide. It also may be an indication that while the product is still being sold it may be discontinued.

    However, due to the fact that users are cautioned not to take a pill in the evening because it might cause sleep problems, this indicates that at least one strong stimulant, such as caffeine, is likely one of the ingredients within the formula. If this is the case, other side effects that users might be at an increased risk of experiencing include, but are not necessarily limited to: headache, anxiety, jitters, rapid heartbeat, heart palpitations, stomach upset, mood changes, irritability, restlessness, etc.

    Interestingly enough, although no ingredients list is available, dosage instructions have been provided. Users are instructed to take 1 or 2 tablets per day. One tablet should be taken in the morning and the second should be taken at lunch or in the early afternoon. It is not specified whether SkinnyFen should be taken on an empty stomach or whether it should be taken with food.

    Users are also warned not to combine this weight loss supplement with any other product. However, due to the lack of information available about SkinnyFen, it would likely be best to avoid taking this supplement altogether. It would be far better to consult with your doctor about your weight loss goals and ask their opinion on other non-prescription weight loss aids, which might be better suited to helping you achieve your goals.

    When this review was written, SkinnyFen was sold on Amazon in a 3-month supply bundle (each bottle containing 60 tablets), which was the only available option. The three bottles cost $98.95.