Slimax is one of the most recent “botanical” products engineered to burn fat and help you to lose more weight without any stimulants or side effects. I’ve seen plenty of products like this popping up lately, using Chinese ingredients. But wait, most don’t actually bother using the clinically proven kinds like green tea or garcinia cambogia.
There are natural products that can help you to lose weight, and there are some that provide a “botanical, natural, and safe” alternative. But it’s not an automatic pass. There are some that work and some that don’t.
Slimax makes some pretty vague claims. Makers claim that Slimax will help you to burn fat and curb appetite, increasing your energy and promoting serious weight loss without any caffeine or other stimulants and without any side effects. Can Slimax come through on this? I’m afraid that’s unlikely.
My Slimax Experience
I know people who were initially intrigued by Slimax and wanted to believe that it would help them to get some pretty incredible results. Most of these people are sensitive to caffeine and other stimulants, and are always on the lookout for something new.
When I first saw the site, I knew right off the bat there was something wrong. For one thing, the proprietary blend at least for me is always a huge red flag. But it seemed safe enough. So when I got a free bottle from a friend, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to give it a try.
I started taking the pills, and the first week, I didn’t lose a single pound. But after the second day, I found myself on the toilet, more regular than I’ve ever been, every single day. And after a while, it wasn’t nearly as pleasant as you might imagine it would be.
I took the whole bottle, 4 weeks’ worth and nothing. It’s not particularly surprising with ingredients like bamboo and lotus leaf. And coix is best known for its side effects, because it works as a diuretic and laxative, not a fat burner or weight loss supplement. But there’s nothing else I could’ve expected.