Lipodrops is liquid weight loss drops which you dispense via a dropper under your tongue, created by Dr Collier. Liquid weight loss drops are well known for containing zero ingredients and are often on the wackier end of weight loss supplements, but this one looks to be more reliable than most. Each two drop serving contains 400mg of active ingredients in 1 ml of liquid, so this does compare to conventional supplements in pill form.
We investigate what impact this supplement will have on your weight loss journey!
Lipodrops were created by Dr Collier – a doctor who features on a radio show called the Ricky Smiley Morning show which is broadcasted across the USA. Dr Collier calls himself the Hip Hop Doctor and has a Facebook page in the same name. Lipodrops appears to be owned by Dr Collier and there is an official product website.
Lipodrops is a liquid diet drop supplement that you take by dropping 2 drops into your mouth under your tongue. According to the advertising, it has a cellular effect upon the metabolism, but there is no real evidence that it will work as described. Lipodrops comes from a doctor called Dr Collier who appears on a radio show talking about health. Despite this medical endorsement, Lipodrops does not seem very effective on its own. You are supposed to use the supplement with a provided diet plan which may improve results but comes with no further details.
Some customers have mentioned weight gain. Other potential side effects may include itchy skin, facial flushing, stomach pains, nausea, and headaches.
Speak to your doctor before using if you are taking prescription medication or have an underlying health condition. This supplement contains Maca which may interfere with oestrogen levels.
Lipodrops is expensive. Buy directly from the Lipodrops site and it costs $29.95 for a 60ml bottle containing 60 servings. Shipping is free to US addresses.
You can find it on sale for the same price via Amazon.
Lipodrops are liquid weight loss drops which you dispense via a dropper under your tongue.
Liquid weight loss drops are well known for containing zero ingredients and are often on the wackier end of weight loss supplements, but this one looks to be more credible than most. It does actually contain some ingredients, rather than the sugar water or fake hormones in minuscule quantities we see so often.
Each two drop serving contains 400mg of active ingredients in 1 ml of liquid, so this does compare to conventional supplements in pill form.
The ingredients are combined in a proprietary formula (not so good) and listed ingredients include African Mango Extract combined with a range of amino acids and vitamins, plus a couple of other herbal ingredients including Rhodiola and Astralagus. According to product information, Lipodrops has recently undergone some changes to the formula by the removal of sweeteners.
Lipodrops comes with a free diet plan. Despite extensive searching, we have not managed to see this plan which is worrying. Liquid Diet Drops are well known for being accompanied by a very low calorie diet (VLCD) plan that requires you to stay under 500 calories a day or similar. Starvation diets can be extremely dangerous for health and with most diet drop products, it is the VLCD that leads to any weight loss rather than the liquid drops you take at the same time.
We checked out Dr Collier online to find out more. He appears on a radio show where he speaks about health matters, and he has his own Facebook page where he posts videos about the drops and how it is important to take them at regular intervals.
However, the diet plan is not mentioned at all and we find this suspicious. The diet plan is obviously an important part of the experience because the advertising states:
“Dr. Collier helped create Lipodrops, so people could follow his successful weight loss program at home; the same one he uses in his clinic with his personal patients. By following the Lipodrops directions and following our meal planner, you can now take charge of your metabolism.”
You can buy Lipodrops via the official Lipodrops website or via Amazon.
The advertising explains,
“Lipodrops Weight Loss Drops are pure Lipo drops – Easy to use Diet Drops; Lipo Diet Drops supplement your body to burn fat a natural way.
These are the original, high weight loss drops seen on TV, and heard on radio with Dr. MJ Collier which contain pure Amino Acids, African Mango and B Vitamins for a healthy weight loss.”
“Many people are eating better and even getting more active, but are still not seeing any weight loss. Lipodrops supplements fat burning to help metabolism on a cellular level. These pure lipo drops and contains African Mango, Amino Acids and B Vitamins but without the additives.”
The diet is obviously important,
“With the help of the diet and meal planner developed by our doctors, you are communicating to the body that it doesn’t need to store fat; it can start burning it for energy. This is where Lipodrops activates the different cycles of fat metabolism and ramps up the fat burning process. When you are burning fat, you are losing inches!”
Using this supplement is the same as going to a weight loss doctor in an expensive clinic!
“Lipodrops contains the key Amino Acids like Carnitine and Arginine, along with the extract of African Mango, (used by weight loss Doctors in expensive clinics) to boost fat burning. Now you can have the same fat burning power at home with these easy to take drops.”
There is zero evidence that Lipodrops will work as described. We have covered many different diet drops before in previous reviews, and the accompanying diet plan is always key to any weight loss. We have serious concerns that the Lipodrops diet plan and meal planner seems to be kept under wraps because customers could discover that they have signed up to an extremely strict VLCD they have no way of actually sticking to.
When it comes down to the drops, we think it is unlikely they will have much effect. African Mango extract has undergone some clinical testing, and results were favourable in that some participants reduced waist size and cholesterol after taking 300mg a day over weeks. The problem is that scientists have criticised these trials and the general consensus is that African mango requires further testing. There is only one vitamin B3, so this cannot really be described as a vitamin supplement and although amino acids may be good for general health, there is nothing in this liquid drops supplement that really will help boost your metabolism on a cellular level as claimed.
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Serving size is equal to 2 drops (1ml)
Proprietary Active 8 & African Mango Complex (400mg): All the ingredients are combined so the individual ingredient quantities are unknown.
L Ornithine, L Carnitine, L Arginine, L Glutamine, Beta Alanine: Amino acids are described as the building blocks of protein and these organic compounds are crucial for life. Over 20% of the body is composed of amino acids – many of which are made by the body itself.
Maca, Pygeum Africanum, Rhodiola and Astralagus: These herbal extracts are taken for a variety of reasons. Maca is a Peruvian plant extract that is high in amino acids and other nutrients. It is sometimes taken as an aphrodisiac. Rhodiola is an Adaptogen meaning it may help the body adapt to stress. Pygeum Africanum, also known as African prune, is sometimes taken for prostate problems. Astralagus extract lacks scientific evidence to fully evaluate just what it does and whether or not it is safe. Some strains may stimulate the immune system and may help improve fatigue
Niacin: A form of vitamin B3. In supplement form, it can help reduce cholesterol levels as well as other benefits. Facial flushing and a burning sensation on the skin can be a common side effect.
A few customers have mentioned weight gain but apart from that major downside of a weight loss supplement, side effects do not seem to be an issue.
Many of the ingredients contained in this supplement could cause side effects if taken in high quantities.
Potential side effects could include:
Caution: Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Speak to your own doctor before use if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication. Maca may act like oestrogen in the body so if you have or have had a hormonally related medical condition such as breast cancer you probably should avoid.
There are some customer reviews for Lipodrops on Amazon. The general overview is not very positive, with negative comments outnumbering positive reviews.
A few consumers have complained of weight gain and an increased appetite,
Made my appetite increase
Unfortunately, these drops don’t seem to work at all. I am now on my second bottle and am about 2 lbs heavier. Yes, I finished one entire bottler and then purchased a second one with just a glimmer of hope that the drops may work for me.
However this last customer made no changes to diet or lifestyle continuing,
I did not change my eating habits as suggested by the makers of the drops. Maybe they will work if you diet and exercise, but trust me; simply dropping them underneath your tongue will NOT help you lose weight.
Some customers have been satisfied,
This is helping me with my weight lost journey. I already bought another bottle.
Some customers have struggled with the dropper,
Extremely poor packaging. Broke upon arrival into tiny shards and pricked my finger. I have used product once before and it helps curb your appetite slightly…
Some customers have noticed no changes,
Still waiting to see results even with exercise.
According to the advertising, there is a 30-day guarantee. You can contact the company via the official website or Facebook.
You can buy Lipodrops from the official Lipodrops website or via Amazon.
We do not rate Lipodrops very highly. In our experience, liquid diet drops are rarely what they are cracked up to be and this supplement is no exception. We are not impressed by the lack of product information and the pseudo-science that talks about “cellular levels” and we don’t like that the ingredients list is incomplete either.
Although we like that this supplement comes with a free diet plan, we have our suspicions that this is likely to be a very low-calorie diet as is usual with diet drop supplements. In our opinion, the diet plan should have been explained in the product information; this describes Lipodrops as the same experience you could expect from an expensive weight loss clinic but without any information, this is hard to believe.
Dr Collier may well be a real doctor and a health expert on a radio show but in our opinion, Lipodrops leaves a lot to be desired so we do not recommend this supplement.
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