The marketing for Hourglass Fit is very clever, but it also contains a brilliant set of ingredients to back it up. There are no proprietary blends, and all of the ingredients are known to be effective for speeding up metabolism and burning fat – with scientific studies to prove it. It also contains glucomannan, which is a proven appetite suppressant that we love to see on an ingredients list.
Hourglass Fit differs from many female-targeted fat burner pills though. For starters, it isn’t all pink and girly. But does it actually help women to burn fat faster, or is it just a big marketing scam? We look at it in more detail below.
Hourglass Fit is a fat-burning supplement that is designed to help women, especially female athletes and gym-goers, to speed up their fat loss in a natural and safe way. Each bottle contains 120 capsules, which will provide a 30-day supply if taken as directed by the manufacturers – one capsule with a glass of water, four times a day.
No side effects have been reported after taking this product. It doesn’t have anything unnatural in there, and there is no caffeine.
We think the price of Hourglass Fit is pretty good. A one-month supply is £35, two-month’s supply is £70, and three-month’s supply is £105, but contains one extra bottle for free. Delivery is free, and you are not tied into any auto-shipping or monthly contract.
Hourglass Fit is marketed as a ‘smart 2 in 1 formula’, that contains high quality and well-researched ingredients for burning fat and suppressing appetite. It’s manufactured and sold by Roar Ambition, a UK and US-based supplement company. It contains only natural ingredients, with no stimulants included.
Roar Ambition have been in the supplement industry since 2013 and, rather than manufacture a big range of products, they’ve focused on getting a small range of supplements just right. One of their biggest sellers is the Prime Male testosterone booster, which is endorsed by none other than Dolph Lundgren.
According to the website, these need to be taken four times a day. Take a capsule in the morning, at lunch time, in the afternoon, and then with your evening meal, to ensure you’re burning fat for a longer period of time and absorbing the full dose of each capsule.
The manufacturer of Hourglass Fit claims the product:
Melts away fat, revealing a toned, shaped, sexy physique.
They also claim that their product provides you with a stimulant-free energy boost to help you keep active, as well as stopping your snack cravings throughout the day.
In a nutshell, yes, Hourglass Fit will work. All of the ingredients are proven to be effective at increasing metabolism and burning fat, and have scientific studies to support them. The dosage is good and is what you need from a supplement of this type – it is burning fat around the clock. The inclusion of glucomannan and 5-HTP will also suppress your appetite and reduce hunger pangs. It is made very clear that this is not a miracle product, that it needs to be consumed alongside a healthy diet and exercise.
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None have been listed or reported. The ingredients all seem to be safe and effective for most people.
As with all supplements, take advice from a doctor if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or taking prescription medication.
As it is only available on the official website, the only reviews and testimonials are on there.
Unfortunately, there is no money-back guarantee with Hourglass Fit – which is its only real weak point as a product.
Hourglass Fit is only available on the official website.
We really didn’t want to like this. Despite the website being very impressive, in places it can be quite patronising, and as a woman, I don’t want to feel patronised. I don’t want things dumbed down, especially if I am an athlete or bodybuilder wanting to shed a bit of body fat.
That aside though, it’s very difficult to find anything negative to say about the product. The marketing is extremely clever, but more importantly, it contains a very transparent set of ingredients, with the amounts clearly listed. The ingredients have all been shown to be effective for speeding up metabolism and burning fat, with scientific studies to back them up, and there is nothing in here that is being used as a filler or will hurt the consumer in any way.
The company manufacturing this product, Roar Ambition, have an excellent reputation in the industry, most notably for their Prime Male testosterone booster, which has been endorsed by celebrities such as Dolph Lundgren.
They’re very clear to state that this is not going to have an immediate, magical effect. Many products like this are marketed as a quick-fix, and they don’t work like that. It’s refreshing to see a company being honest about how it works.
Our only real qualm is the lack of money-back guarantee. Yes, we feel the product will be effective, but we like to see companies stand behind their claims and offer full refunds if for any reason a customer decides it isn’t for them.
With all of this in mind, we think that Hourglass Fat Burner is well worth a try.
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Really suppresses appetite. Can’t say about weight loss yet, as I haven’t taken it long enough. I do combine with healthy eating & exercise though.