Lipovox is a supplement that is available over-the-counter and may help improve acne and wrinkles, as well as help people lose weight. According to the Web site, it contains extracts from several "super foods." However, absolutely no research has been done to show that it is safe or effective. Prior to taking Lipovox, tell your healthcare provider if you have any health problems or allergies.
What Is Lipovox?Lipovox® is a non-prescription supplement that supposedly helps treat acne and wrinkles, and can help people lose weight. The Web site for this product claims that Lipovox contains extracts from several different "super foods."
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How Does Lipovox Work?Supposedly, Lipovox contains extracts from several different "super foods" that help people lose weight and that improve acne and wrinkles. Some of these super foods may contain antioxidants, fiber, or various nutrients. Lipovox claims to contain the following ingredients:
- Brazilian acai fruit
- Barley juice concentrate
- Cayenne pepper
- Wheatgrass extract
- Garlic extract
- Alfalfa sprouts
- Lactobacillus acidophilus
- Soybean extracts
- Green tea extract
- Salmon oil powder
- Alpha lipoic acid (ALA)
Is It Effective?Absolutely no research has been done to show that Lipovox is effective or even safe. The official Web site for the product contains little information about it or the company that makes it (no contact information is given), and the Web site even misspells the name of one of the key ingredients in Lipovox.
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