72 Hour Diet Pill is a product that is meant to help dieters to lose weight more quickly and easily. Though it is sold on its own, it is also often combined as a “free gift” for other products such as the diet pills called Lipo30 and Lipodryl. However, to see whether or not these pills are worth the money to pay for them (or whether they’re even worth trying as a free gift), it is important to take a deeper look.
When the contact information was researched, the product return address was linked to a company called “Western Fulfillment”. This is, presumably, an order fulfillment company and not an actual manufacturer. Further online investigation into that business showed that on the Better Business Bureau (BBB) website, it is listed as not being accredited with them, and they rated the company with a D- due to 3 reported issues of “Problems with Product/Service”.
The lack of information about the manufacturer of the 72 Hour Diet Pill is quite suspicious, as a reputable company will typically make itself easier to identify and to contact directly.
In terms of the product itself, the claims are that it has a 99 percent satisfaction rate with customers and that it functions as a detox formula that is both safe and effective. That said, the advertising on the product’s website lacks clinical studies to back up any of its claims, it does not provide independent testimonials, and it is quite pricy when compared to other products in the same category.
The ingredients in the 72 Hour Diet Pill formula are: dandelion root, glucomannan, uva ursi, senna leaf, buchu leaves, alchemilla vulgaris, olea europaea, cuminum cyminum, and mentha longifolia.
Those ingredients make it quite clear that this pill was designed to be more of a diuretic than anything else. Any weight lost with this pill is only temporary fluid from the tissues that will be replaced with rehydration.