- Andy of California, USA writes:
I have just finished the whole bottle of Leptoprin SF, unfortunately, I haven't loose any weight, instead I have gained 6 pounds, I am waiting for my money back. Don't try this product!!
- Hope of Ohio, USA writes:
I do have some sensitivity to aspirin but have been able to take it with little discomfort. I took this product (the version without caffiene, etc.) for 2 days and 10 days later I'm still trying to recover. I have such severe stomach pain that it even wakes me up at night. Bloating is the main side effect I'm experiencing and products to relieve gas aren't helping. I never had this problem prior to taking this product!!
- Judy of Kentucky, USA writes:
I have been using Leptoprin for about a month now and so far have not seen any results. I must admit that there are days that I might forget to take it at least once, so I feel that I must continue with this product for a while longer to give it a fair test. I have just received my second bottle and will take that (hopefully the right daily dosage) before I make my final decision on whether it is a good product for me.
- Shaughn of Texas, USA writes:
I have been taking Leptorin for about 2 weeks now and I do see a significant loss in hunger. I found that 2 caps were too much at first but have now ordered the SF brand. I like Leptoprin because it has removed the compulsion to overeat and the cravings I had for sugar.
- Denise of Iowa, USA writes:
I finished my first months supply of Leptoprin SF. I lost 2 pounds the first week then nothing. I was told that that is normal and that it can take 30 days to really start working.I had no negative effects from it at least but this makes me feel I have to give it one more month. If I see no better results I will return that bottle for my money back but that still leaves me with the cost of the first months pills so that is an expensive 2 pound loss!
- Ida of Florida, USA writes:
I bought Leptoprin-SF and Relacore. The first month I did't see any results so I called the company. I was told I most likely had a slow metabolism and I should keep trying because it really works and I was assured that I would get my money back if I was not satisfied. Another month later still no results and when I called back I was told I would not get a refund because of the 30 day deal. I did not received my first order for 15 days after I orded it. I was told when on the phone ordering the product in first place that the 30 day guarantee started when I got the product but it doesn't. So I am out about $400. Hard lessen to learn. I have also filed a complaint with the FDC. I am so disappointed I guest there really is not a law against FALSE advertising.
- Stephanie of California, USA writes:
I have been using Anorex, (the generic version of Leptoprin from the same manufacturer,)on and off for about two months. I sometimes forget to take it, and sometimes I just don't want to. I know that it is working beacuse I have noticed that I've lost 18 lbs, my clothes fit better, and I am more interested in excercising, eating less, and eating healthy foods. I am drinking about 6-8 liters of water each day of water--hence urinating much more frequently. But that's good, right? I do have more energy, but I seem a little spacey on this medication. I have attention span related issues, jittery motion, and an air-headed feeling like I sometimes get with cold medications. I also get a sense of coldness in my hands and feet, and sometimes chills. Granted, when I take it more regularly, the negative side effects subside a bit. I can't sleep if I take it past 5 pm. I have taken Xenadrine in the past, and I find that the side-effects of Anorex/Leptoprin are much more mild comparatively. I also bought the stimulant-free version, but I haven't tried it yet. I think that this product can help me reach my weight loss goal of 40 lbs. I need to be more consistant with it, and increase my exercising. The supplement seems to give me the energy and motivation to exerise, but it is hard to accomodate in my schedule.
- Ed of Nevada, USA writes:
After gaining about 10 lbs.every year since high school, I started loosing weight about half way through the first bottle, around 10 pounds. Having tried virtually every diet around, as well as doing some serious exercise (running 7 miles/day for 2 years) and still never loosing more than 5 pounds, I was pretty amazed. I'm half through the second bottle and have lost another 6 pounds. No side effects yet, other than a little loss of appetite sometimes. I did not change my diet at all, by the way.
- Jack of Kansas, USA writes:
I can't believe I let them talk me into a 3-month supply of this over the phone; normally I'm not one to fall victim to such scams, but this product really takes the cake. The commercials are aimed at people who really are trying to lose weight, and people who have money. They figure if they can just get one in 10 people to keep their bottle out of embarassment for spending $153 for something that probably cost $5.00 to make, then they've made a significant profit. Anyhow, this product is made out of Asprin (and caffeine), and it is mainly to be psychological. It contains nothing else. I suggest thinning your blood with asprin and drinking coffee, and eat three M&M's a day to simulate the effect of this stuff. Don't spend your money unless you're a sucker--and good luck getting your money back. I've waited 3 weeks now and haven't seen a penny back, despite continually calling the "leptropin operators" who seem to know nothing.
- Michael of California, USA writes:
Didn't loose an ounce. Instead I had tingling in my arms and feet, seened to be carrying a sea of fluid around with me. Complete waste of money. Do yourself a favour, go out and buy yourself a fitness video for 10 dollars like I did. Lost 6 pounds the first week with the video, and bought myself a new pair of jeans after 2 weeks....a size smaller than usual.
- Anne of Florida, USA writes:
When is a diet pill worth a $153.00 when it works. Well I was cool with that idea. The trouble was it didn't work at all. During the first week I felt that I wasn't as hungry as normal. In the second week I got used to it and it seemed to make no difference at all. I did try it for the full month. Then, I called to get my $153.00 back. I was told it can take several months to get into your system. So, I agreed to take it for a further month. The only thing that was happening was it was costing me too much money. I called them again to be told I should drink a diet shake for supper instead of a meal. It was at this point I decided to ask for a refund. Diet shakes for meal replacements were never meentioned before. Besides if I could feel full drinking a diet shake for supper what would I need the pills for? I was refunded one months money but not two. I wouldn't advise anyone spend $153.00 on this product unless they take it for one month only and get a refund if it doesn't work for them. One month should be enough to see if it works for you. Or they should extend your trail to three months money back if the product fails to work!
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