The Pink Patch is another weight loss patch in the market claiming users can lose a stone in just 2 weeks. Due to the lack of any clinical evidence or scientific proof to back up their claims, their adverts were promptly removed from multiple websites. Read the full review below if you want to know more.
Each Pink Patch contains Fucus Vesiculosus, 5-HTP, Guarana, Zinc Pyruvate, Yerba Mate, Flaxseed Oil, Lecithin and L-Carnitine. The Pink Patch still lacks 3 essential ingredients as found in other weight loss patches, such as the #1 patch, the SlimWeight Patch.
The Pink Patch doesn’t appear to be clinically proven. Nowhere on their website do they mention that their patches have been clinically proven to work. There is no real evidence that the Pink Patch actually works as an effective appetite suppressant or metabolism booster. Even their advertisements were banned from the Internet from acting “irresponsible” by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). After all, they did claim you could lose an entire stone in two weeks which for anyone would be misleading.
The Pink Patch is a massive $49.95 for a box of 30 patches plus shipping & handling. We find this rather expensive considering the #1 rated patch in the market, the SlimWeight Patch costs a mere $30 with free shipping. They also offer a $2.95 shipping free trial where they will bill your credit card every month. The only way to cancel it, is to cancel your entire credit card!
The Pink Patch comes with no guarantee whatsoever! So they’re pretty much saying that they can’t guarantee you’ll lose weight. As you can tell already, the Pink Patch doesn’t seem to be very reliable due to their misleading adverts, no clinical trials and no guarantee.
– 100% natural herbal ingredients
– Feel fuller for longer
– Safe: No known side effects
– Controls hunger cravings
– Results vary from person to person
– FAR too expensive
– Can only pay by credit card
– Have a free trial option, where they may auto rebill your credit card
– No discount code
– Not clinically proven to lose one stone in two weeks
– Comes with NO guarantee whatsoever
– They like to mislead people in their advertisements
– Claims you can ‘get skinny’ with the Pink Patch, instead of merely saying you can lose weight
Is The Pink Patch Recommended? Not by us! Because the Pink Patch website has no mention of their patch being clinically proven, give absolutely no guarantee for their patch, mislead people by claiming you can lose one stone in 2 weeks and charge a huge $49.95 for a box plus their scammy free trial option, it does NOT get our recommendation. Other patches are cheaper, offer a 180 day guarantee and are clinically proven to work. A good example of this is the #1 patch, the SlimWeight Patch.