Below we take an in-depth look at Cute Nutrition Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules, to examine whether this diuretic weight loss approach can deliver long-lasting results.
This relatively new product is a simple, single-ingredient formula that aims to help dieters lose temporary water weight. Using a natural dose of dandelion extract, the capsules essentially work by encouraging the body to urinate relatively more than it usually would, which could help to ease the symptoms of bloating. Although products like these are often used by bodybuilders and boxers in order to quickly shed weight and sculpt muscles before a performance, this product is specifically aimed at young, ordinary women.
These Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules are produced and sold by Cute Nutrition, a relatively new British manufacturer that was set up in 2016. Cute Nutrition aim virtually all of their products at body-conscious young women, and appear to be gearing up for a significant presence on platforms such as Instagram. The company rather sweetly refers to its customers as “cuties”.
One important point to note about this product is that it is currently sold under a variety of names. The actual label printed on the bottle refers to them as “Dandelion Root” capsules, although many product pages refer to them as “Water Loss Capsules” (or some combination of the two). All of the above names refer to the same basic product however.
The only ingredient you will find in Cute Nutrition Water Loss Capsules is dandelion root, which is not known for any serious side effects. As expected, this product is intended to produce a diuretic effect (i.e. it should make you urinate more). If not accompanied by lots of drinking water, diuretic, or laxative products may cause dehydration or a loss of energy.
Each bottle of Water Loss Capsules represents far less than a month’s supply, making this a potentially quite expensive product if the maximum dosage is taken daily. A standard, 60-capsule pack costs £9.99 plus approximately £4 in shipping from the official Cute Nutrition website or on Beauty Bay. Purchases made on Amazon are slightly more expensive, with the same pack priced at £11.97 plus shipping at time of writing.
If customers are looking for a product that will make them urinate more, there’s a fair amount of circumstantial evidence around that these dandelion-based capsules will do the trick. The problem lies in the fact that thousands of customers are drawn to these capsules, because they seriously think it will help them to lose weight. They will absolutely not do this!
As athletes and bodybuilders are well aware, losing water weight is a highly temporary measure that will likely be reversed within hours. Substantially losing weight requires that we burn fat through greater exercise and consuming fewer calories. A well-chosen weight loss supplement could help to accentuate these efforts, but a water-loss product like this can only deliver a mirage of progress. It’s more likely to make you feel dehydrated and tired, than slimmer and healthier.
Granted, Cute Nutrition Water Loss Capsules still gets great customer reviews largely due to the good reputation of the manufacturer and their history of providing good customer service. But Cute Nutrition deserve attention for better products than this one – we would advise avoiding this product as a true dud in their otherwise interesting webstore.
We do not recommend Cute Nutrition Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules to our readers.
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Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules are a slimming supplement and “detox and cleanse aid” that is mainly available to buy in the UK. Containing just a single dose of powdered dandelion root, this product claims to reduce bloating, suppress the appetite, and flush out the digestive system.
Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules are manufactured by Cute Nutrition, a nutritional brand based in London, England. Cute Nutrition market themselves to women of the Instagram generation, and offer a surprisingly varied list of products for such a young company, including supplements, vitamin drinks, teatoxes, clothes, diet guides, mugs, and more. As you may expect, Cute Nutrition have a host of models flaunting their products all over social media, although it appears that they may need a few more years on the scene before they can attempt to go truly viral. The company can be contacted via the details provided at the bottom of their official website.
The directions for use are as follows:
Take one or two capsules three times daily, preferably after meals.
On the official Cute Nutrition website, very little is said about the water loss capsules besides the fact that they get rid of the body’s excess water, reduce bloating, and provide an unspecified “detox and cleanse” effect.
However, much more is claimed on the Water Loss Capsules’ Amazon sales page. Here, the manufacturer claims that they stop hunger pangs, maximise weight loss through increasing the metabolism, and hydrate the body and brain in order to reduce sluggishness (in addition to the effects promised above). In this sense, the manufacturer appears to be pushing this product as a realistic weight loss aid as well as a simple “detox and cleanser”.
To be clear, dandelion supplements do very little other than act as a diuretic; that is, they make you urinate more frequently. Any association with weight loss is a sort of mirage – as dieters lose water through increased urination, they may perceive a sense of weight loss and bloat reduction. However, it is important to remember that these effects are only temporary and not at all related to more substantial means of weight loss (such as fat burning or an increased metabolism).
These Water Loss Capsules will of course help to rid the body of excess water, but cannot be expected to deliver on any of the other effects promised by the manufacturer.
The key ingredient found in Cute Nutrition Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules is detailed below. It is not stated if the dosage mentioned below applies to 1 or 2 capsules.
Dandelion root is known for its diuretic effect, which should increase the body’s rate of urination. If not accompanied by a greater consumption of water, this diuretic effect could lead to dehydration or tiredness.
Keep out of sight and reach of children. Do not use of inner seal is broken Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. If pregnant or planning pregnancy, seek medical attention before taking. Not recommended for children under 12. Not suitable for vegetarians or vegans.
The majority of the customer reviews we were able to find discussing Cute Nutrition Water Loss Capsules were positive, with many customers praising the manufacturer’s customer service skills and the effectiveness of the capsules in terms of their diuretic effect. As expected, very few customer reviews highlight losing weight, experiencing increased energy, or experiencing an appetite-suppressing effect. Interestingly, it seems that a large number of customers rely on products like these to reduce swelling on the ankles.
Love these capsules, they work really well! They worked really quickly for me, after one day I noticed a difference in water retention. I’m on my 3rd month already, highly recommend!
Really happy with these capsules! Seem to be suffering from water retention and they’ve definitely helped. Lovely clear packaging with simple clean label.
I’m really happy with the capsules, they do what they say, it takes a couple of days to actually feel the difference, but certainly help with the bloating due to water retention.
I am very happy with Cute Dandelion caps. I suffer from swollen ankles and this product had fixed that. I’ve tried other water retention caps before and they have made me feel ill but these didn’t have any adverse affect.
These water retention cute tablets are very expensive for what they are disappointed minimum effect and won’t be purchasing them again.
I have taken almost whole pack, however did not see much improvement to be honest
The official returns policy that Cute Nutrition uses does not meet our definition of a money-back guarantee. Any customers that remain dissatisfied with their purchases can contact the company to return their purchase within 7 days. Unfortunately, this policy only applies to unopened products. Opened products may only be returned if the customer can prove that they are defective in some way (usually with a photograph).
However, it’s worth mentioning that the company seems to offer some returns in practice (obviously at their own discretion and on a case-by-case basis). Many former customers posting negative reviews on Amazon and elsewhere mention the fact that they have received a satisfactory refund after mentioning their issue with Cute Nutrition. Despite the lack of official policy, it might be worth contacting the company anyway!
Cute Nutrition Dandelion Root Water Loss Capsules is available to buy on the official Cute Nutrition website, Amazon, Beauty Bay, and a handful of other online retailers. It is normally only available to buy in the UK, and international buyers may have to pay a hefty premium to have it delivered to their country.
This product is surprisingly expensive when you consider that if the dosing instructions are followed, each bottle represents just a 10-20 day supply. A 60-capsule bottle is cheapest to buy on the official Cute Nutrition website or on Beauty Bay, where it costs £9.99 plus shipping. On Amazon, the same pack costs £11.97 plus shipping.
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