Medoslim is an over the counter diet pill that was created to assist individuals who are seeking additional help in being able to lose and manage their weight. The official webpage for this product claims that it uses fat binders and that it “burns fat reserves in stomach, bottom, and thighs”. It also promises that the user will experience a delay in cravings recurrences.
The official webpage for the product, on the Tower Health (Medi-Direct International Ltd.) website did not provide a complete list of ingredients for the product at the time that this review was written. However, it did identify prickly pear as its main ingredient. This leaves the dieter to assume that the only active substance in this product is prickly pear. However, the description of the product also commonly refers to “ingredients”, that is, the pluralized version of the word. This would suggest that there are other active ingredients that have not been identified on the site.
That makes it very difficult for a consumer to try to understand the product and whether or not it may be appropriate or safe for use. A dieter can’t use that site to check to see if it contains any substances to which he or she may be allergic, and it makes it impossible to research whether or not there have been any large, reputable studies to support the use of the various components of the formula for weight loss.
Without being able to understand what is actually contained within Medoslim, the next resource available to understand whether or not this product may potentially work is through customer reviews. Unfortunately, on both the official webpage and on other websites that sell this product, there are mixed reviews, so it is difficult to know whether or not people are actually happy with what they have experienced. It looks as though there are just as many people who are pleased with the product as there are those who are unhappy with it.
Among the main complaints that users have shared about Medoslim is that they feel that its price is too high to make it worthwhile. At the time of this review it wasn’t possible to buy a single bottle on the website, as there was a 2-for-1 sale running. It showed that the usual price for the product was £49.99 (nearly $80, at the time of this review). Depending on usage (which is based on goals and weight), one bottle could last for as little as 13 days.