Could OxySelect Pink really live up to the claims or was it once again a matter of style over substance. Lets take a closer look shall we?
As soon as you hit the main website there is no doubt whatsoever that OxySelect Pink is aimed squarely at the ladies. A very nice pink design and the pink branding all over the place will appeal to the “girly” girls right from the off.
As women tend to outnumber men for those trying diet pills then it’s fairly safe to say that these guys know their target customers very well. By using all the feminine design then they are hoping you are lulled in to thinking that it really is a diet pill specifically designed for you.
They shout loud and proud that OxySelect Pink is female only;
As well as the hard sell to the girls, OxySelect Pink also claims to:
As far as we know there has never been a diet pill product developed that will “Burn Fat Directly” but it sure sounds good doesn’t it?
Moving on the main sales angle is targeting busy women like your self may be. You might have a hectic schedule with work, kids and a home life to balance so a simple diet pill that will work to tackle your weight loss goals would bee more than welcome.
Quite handily they have included a checklist of questions that you might be asking for in a diet pill. These include:
All fairly generic stuff, but they claim that all this is covered in this product. It’s basically a one pill a day answer that is extremely powerful, fat acting and safe.
Great stuff, sounds impressive, now what are the facts to back this up?
Chromium supplements are sometimes claimed to reduce body fat and increase lean (muscle) mass. Yet a recent review of 24 studies that examined the effects of 200to 1,000mg a day of chromium (in the form of chromium picolinate) on body mass or composition found NO significant benefits” and
In several studies chromium’s effects on body weight and composition may be called in to question
Source: National Institute of Health
So the Government has discredited the main effective ingredient claimed by these guys for weight loss!
Not a lot really.
Without any indication of ingredient quantities or the specific extracts need for weight loss then its pretty empty claims they are making.
The are making a big song and dance that its one pill a day but looking at the ingredients listed and then knowing ourselves how much of each ingredient you need then its highly unlikely that a single pill would contain enough ingredients.
Potentially some of the ingredients COULD have some effect for weight loss but we doubt that there is enough of anything in this particular product.
As well as this, there is no evidence that any of the ingredients could help women specifically.
We can find no clinical research or studies that would conclude that any of the ingredients in OxySelect Pink would be more effective for Women.
In this case we are of the opinion that the whole product is based on a deliberate marketing angle (women only) but there in nothing to show why this would be the case. Even if this diet pill actually worked, it would work (or not) equally for men as for women.
It’s hard to say if OxySelect Pink could have side effects, as they do not list what the ingredient quantities are. We are particularly concerned that they simply include “Probiotics” as some people could have dangerous side effects from ingesting large amounts of the wrong type of Probiotics.
This is precisely why the Probiotics you buy in the store label the exact quantity and type of Probiotic so you can make an informed decision.
Caution: No mention is made of who or shouldn’t take OxySelect Pink. It is never recommended for pregnant or nursing mothers to take diet pills, and if you suffer from any medical condition you should seek professional advice before taking this supplement.
We could find no customer reviews either positive or negative for this product. Previously we have seen these types of companies listing a number of fake looking reviews and we have caught them out many times doing this, but in this case none are mentioned.
Well they say it works so it must do, right?
Ermm not exactly.
There is zero evidence that this product could help you lose weight. There are no studies or clinical research referenced and no indication of the exact ingredients.
As well as this there are no customer testimonials, fake or otherwise.
One of the biggest claims is that you need one pill a day but then when you read the FAQ’s it says its two pills a day, so why say one thing and then another?
There is a 90-day money-back guarantee whereby as long as you return only one used bottle and the rest in resalable condition (so not opened or the seal broken) they claim you will receive a full refund minus any shipping costs.
We could find no further information on the official site that outlines the conditions for the money-back guarantee. The “F” rating by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) was mostly due to a compliant concerning the warranty and guarantee on offer:
No other company details are given on the site.
You can only buy OxySelect Pink online with one bottle costing $49.95 (around £34) and includes 28 capsules that will last one month if taken as directed. However in the small print it says you need 2 pills a day so the bottle would only last 14 days!
Shipping is an extra $4.95 to US customers with International shipping rates from $14.95.
Don’t even bother with this one.
As we thought right at the start, OxySelect Pink is simply a cute marketing angle designed to get you to part with your money. Without any sort of evidence, customer testimonials or ingredient quantities then whatever they say can only be taken at face value.
Sure it looks a nice site, if you are a pink sort of lady, but that is basically the long and short of it. Looks good but in all likelihood doesn’t really do a lot.
Could OxySelect Pink really be the bimbo blonde of the diet pill world?
We reject OxySelect Pink!
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