Below we take an in-depth look at Cute Nutrition Teatox, to examine whether this weight loss drink actually delivers the results it promises.
Cute Nutrition Teatox is a rather deceptively named product. Although it comes in teabags and is designed to be consumed as part of a hot drink, the mixture actually contains no tea at all, instead relying on an interesting mix of mint leaves, herbs, and spices. The concoction is said to help customers lose weight and reduce bloating, and is available to buy as part of a 14-day program or a 28-day program.
Teatox is 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”.
Some of the ingredients in Cute Nutrition’s Teatox could cause mild side effects, although most of these are linked with specific allergic reactions.
Fenugreek has been associated with a long list of adverse effects, including diarrhoea, stomach upset, gas, bloating, lowering blood sugar levels, nasal congestion, coughing, wheezing, and facial swelling. Peppermint may occasionally cause mouth sores, headaches, and hot flushes, and turmeric has sometimes been linked with dizziness, gastronomic issues, and diarrhoea.
As this product contains laxative and diuretic ingredients, long-term use could cause dehydration or a dependence on laxatives.
Cute Nutrition Teatox is extremely-reasonably priced, as with most other Cute Nutrition products. A 14-day supply of teabags costs just £12 (plus shipping) on Amazon and the official Cute Nutrition website, and each purchase comes with a free weight loss e-book. The 28-day kit is available to buy on the official Cute Nutrition website for just £19.99, with each purchase coming with a free e-book and mug.
Teatoxes have a deserved reputation for being fads of questionable usefulness, and unfortunately this version appears to be more of the same. The ingredients list contains nothing that can help customers to lose weight, with each addition seemingly being selected for its flavour rather than its effectiveness. The only thing this product does is provide a laxative and diuretic effect that means that customers will find themselves urinating more often, giving the appearance of losing weight with none of the substance.
If you’re looking for an unusual or quirky tea, you could do worse. Customers report that Cute Nutrition’s Teatox tastes good and is backed by good customer service. It’s relatively cheap when compared to other supplements (albeit quite expensive when compared to other tea manufacturers), and may add a bit of variety to someone’s hot drink regime.
That being said, this website is all about what works, and Cute Nutrition Teatox certainly does not. On the basis of effectiveness, it actually has to rank as one of the worst teatoxes we’ve seen yet, and certainly one of the poorer products that Cute Nutrition have put out there.
We do not recommend Cute Nutrition Teatox to our readers.
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Cute Nutrition Teatox is a weight loss tea made up of natural, herbal ingredients. It promises to suppress appetite and help customers to lose weight, whilst also providing a cleansing effect for the dieter’s digestive system. This teatox product comes in either a 14-day pack or a 28-day pack, both of which are relatively cheap options compared to others on the market.
Teatox is 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:
Place one tea bag in a cup. Add 200ml of freshly boiled water and allow the beautiful infusion for 2-3 minutes. Drink anytime you wish throughout the day.
On the official Cute Nutrition website, this Teatox is advertised primarily as a weight loss aid. The various herbal ingredients found in the tea are said to “banish bloating” and can supposedly help dieters to shift a few pounds, achieve a flat tummy and reach weight loss goals.
In addition to these important weight loss goals, the tea is also said to provide a strong antioxidant boost and can even provide a source of perky energy. Cute Nutrition are also keen for their customers to know that this product reportedly does not work with the aid of laxatives or caffeine, making them “perfect for ladies on the go”. The final benefits advertised on the official website are listed below:
To be clear, Cute Nutrition’s Teatox should not do much of anything at all. A cursory glance at the ingredients list strongly suggests that the chosen ingredients have been assembled for little reason other than they taste nice. There is nothing in this formula that can induce weight loss, suppress appetite, or provide energy.
One thing that this formula might do is provide a laxative/diuretic effect, which is (oddly enough) the only effect that Cute Nutrition claims this product does not have! Ingredients like nettles, fennel, and liquorice are known for increasing dieters’ propensity to visit the bathroom, which may have the knock-on effect of ridding the body of temporary bloating. Don’t confuse this with real weight loss however, as it will all come back before your next bathroom visit!
It’s worth mentioning that most customer reviews are positive, with many claiming that the product “worked” or “helped” (although notably none mention any specific details).
The ingredients found in Cute Nutrition Teatox are detailed below. Readers should note that the ingredient quantities placed in each teabag are not listed anywhere on the various product pages selling Cute Nutrition’s Teatox, which can make it hard for anyone to estimate how effective the overall mix is.
Cute Nutrition Teatox contains a handful of ingredients that can cause some adverse effects, particularly if an allergic reaction is encountered.
Fenugreek has a mixed background of causing side effects, with a track record of inducing diarrhoea, stomach pains, bloating, gas, and a sweet odour in the urine. The herb can also lower blood sugar levels, cause nasal congestion, and induce coughing, wheezing, or facial swelling.
Turmeric is normally safe to use, although some people can experience stomach upset, nausea, dizziness, or diarrhoea. Peppermint can sometimes cause allergic reactions that result in mouth sores, hot flushes, and headaches.
It’s also worth mentioning that this product contains several sources of diuretics or laxatives, which can lead to dehydration or a dependence on laxatives over time.
Keep out of sight and reach of children. 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 could find discussing Cute Nutrition Teatox were positive, with a large number of customers reserving significant praise for the tea’s pleasant taste and reasonable price. It is notable, however, that very few customer comments mention any specific benefit, with only one or two seriously claiming that the tea helped them to lose weight.
Absolutely loved this teatox. I have tried a heap of different brands, and this one is not as harsh and really helps reduce bloating. Very happy and highly recommend. No more dodgey tummys with teatox. And the taste is alright, better than normal teatoxs.
Love the taste of these. Wonderful, good, quality product and no unwanted side-effects. Have ordered again. Much better and a lot cheaper than other similar products on the market.
Loved this tea, the flavour was really nice and so easy to drink. I definitely felt less bloated, but not sure if that was because I was eating healthy as well as drinking the tea. Never the less I really enjoyed it and would definitely purchase again
Tasty tea. Didn’t feel detoxed in the slightest but that’s what you get with tea. Certainly not a miracle drink
Just coming to the end of the 14 day teatox. Has definately reduced bloating although have not noticed any weight loss. The tea itself tastes like peppermint tea and is not unpleasant. Would probably not purchase again
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 Teatox 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 Teatox product is otherwise extremely cheap. On the official Cute Nutrition website and Amazon, a 14-day supply of teatox will cost £12, with shipping normally reaching around £4 (depending on where you live in the UK). The same 14-day kit is slightly more expensive on Beauty Bay, costing £14.95 plus shipping. All purchases of the 14-day kit comes with a free weight-loss e-book.
Customers can also buy a 28-day supply of Teatox from the official Cute Nutrition website for £19.99. All purchases of the 28-day supply come with a free weight loss e-book and a free Cute Nutrition mug.
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