Lipo Femme from Miss BMP is a nonprescription dieting supplement that targets female dieters between the ages of 18 and 40 years old. The claim made on the official webpage for this product on the manufacturer’s website is that it will not only help a user to lose weight but that it will also help her to “feel on top of the world at the same time”.
Though this product is marketed in the same way as diet pills, it is actually taken in the form of a beverage. It is sold as a powder which must be mixed water and consumed on an empty stomach. Each tub contains about 50 servings and makes a drink with a strawberry/kiwi flavor. Though this format may be appealing to people who struggle to be able to swallow pills, many might find it inconvenient to have to drink this beverage at the required times as a part of their daily lives.
This product is made with stimulants so it cautions users not to take it within 7 hours of going to bed. Taking stimulants too close to bedtime can cause many people to struggle to fall asleep or to wake during the night.
At the time of the writing of this review, the ingredients that made up the Lipo Femme formula from Miss BMP were: Taurine, Caffeine, Pouchong Tea Extract, Cacao Plant Extract, Raspberry Ketones, Garcinia Cambogia, Green Coffee Bean Extract, Green Tea Extract Grandular, Nandina Domestica (Fruit) Extract, Bitter Orange Peel Extract, Niacin, Naringen, Tetradium Extract, Juniper Berry, Natural & Artificial Strawberry & Kiwi Flavours, Colour(162), Sweeteners(950,955), Food Acid(331), Anti-Caking Agent(551).
It is clear at a glance that this product is made of a combination of powerful stimulants as well as ingredients that have seen a lot of attention from the media in terms of hype, but that haven’t seen much attention from the medical community in terms of studies that would prove their safety and effectiveness in directly causing measurable weight loss.
Unfortunately, there are also some ingredients in this product which, when combined, have the potential to place some users at risk of unwanted medical hazards such as heart attack and stroke. This is particularly true in the combination of caffeine and synephrine (the latter of which is contained within the bitter orange peel extract). In the United States, the FDA has warned consumers against using that combination in their diet pills.