Prime Labs is a US-based dietary supplements company, selling predominantly via Amazon and the official website. According to their contact details, the company offers online support meaning you can email or communicate via Facebook messenger. No other address details are provided.
Prime Labs Xtreme Slim promises to bring you advanced weight loss with some well-known ingredients but although the green tea/caffeine combination may be effective, the most likely effect of this supplement is as a stimulant based on strong caffeine. You may notice an energy buzz and this, in turn, may help you lose weight but otherwise, this supplement seems underdosed compared to many others on the market.
Each serving is equal to one capsule which you take twice a day. Each bottle contains 60 capsules which are enough for one month’s usage and the supplement is suitable for vegetarians.
Most of the potential side effects to Xtreme Slim relate to caffeine and may include jitteriness, anxiety, sleep disturbances, rapid heart rate, increased blood pressure, headaches, and nausea.
Other side effects may include abdominal pain, upset, stomach, diarrhoea, and dizziness.
Prime Labs Xtreme Slim is not expensive. Buy from the Prime Labs website and Xtreme Slim costs $19.99 for 60 capsules (1 months supply).
Shipping charges (USA only) are applied at the point of sale, and customers can pay via Amazon Pay or PayPal. You can get a 10% discount off the first order by claiming a discount code.
You can also buy Prime labs Xtreme Slim via Amazon where it is on sale for $19.99.
We are not impressed by Xtreme Slim. This supplement seems to offer little more than high strength caffeine and apart from the green tea, it contains low quantities of over touted extracts that are unproven to work. Raspberry ketones, green coffee bean, and garcinia cambogia are all well known yet come with very little real evidence and even if they did, at only 130mg per serving for each, they do not conform to the little clinical investigation carried out on each one.
There are some good points; the ingredients may be low but apart from the caffeine strength, at least this information is provided. In addition, green tea and caffeine may help weight loss and the supplement is not expensive. However, there seems to be little reason for choosing this supplement over many others on the market. In our opinion, Prime Labs Xtreme Slim is just not good enough to approve.
We do not recommend Prime Labs Xtreme Slim to the Watchdog readers.
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Prime Labs Xtreme Slim is a weight loss supplement in capsule form that you are advised to take twice a day.
The supplement contains some well-known weight loss ingredients, all of them once touted by Dr Oz a few years back and now familiar names in the diet pills industry. These are raspberry ketone, garcinia cambogia, and green coffee bean extract. In addition, Xtreme Slim contains green tea extract and caffeine anhydrous.
All the ingredients are in equal quantities per capsule (130mg) however the caffeine content will feel much stronger than this low ish serving size suggests. This is because caffeine anhydrous – a highly refined crystallised form of caffeine suitable for supplements, is much stronger than the caffeine in your average cup of coffee. According to nutritional experts, caffeine anhydrous can be as much as 28 x times stronger per dose than ordinary caffeine. Check out the ingredients tab to find out more.
Prime Labs is a US-based supplements company. The company has a product website and there is also a Facebook page, which mainly displays pictures of muscle men in shorts doing manly things like walking through spray carrying machinery and sweating. Strangely, it is not very popular with only around 1250 followers at the time of writing.
You can contact Prime Labs via Facebook messenger or via email from the Prime Labs website. Although the company information claims that you can obtain customer support 24/7, there is no customer phone line so you do have to wait for the company to respond to your email or message via Facebook. Is this 24/7 support? Not really, in our opinion!
According to the advertising, Xtreme Slim is an Advanced Fat Burner that helps you burn, curb, and shred.
It is “JAM-PACKED with all-natural ingredients. Inside you’ll find great ingredients like green tea, raspberry ketone, garcinia cambogia, and much more!”
The caffeine content is mentioned too,
“Burn Fat – Boost Energy. Quality caffeine anhydrous in every veggie capsule. Feel the energy soar through you. Get your body moving and shed pounds.”
The supplement is aimed “at people who want to make the most out of their workouts, feel more energy, and most of all, need help losing weight.”
According to the product information, there is a 100% money-back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
It might work. The caffeine content is likely to be noticeable, and this combined with the green tea may help increase the speed of the metabolism and help weight loss.
Research suggests that a green tea and caffeine combination has the potential to produce significant effects on metabolic targets such as thermogenesis, and fat oxidation that is more effective than either of the two ingredients working alone. However, effects will depend upon your own tolerances and usual caffeine consumption so it might not work for everyone. Source
There is not a whole lot of convincing evidence for the rest of the ingredients and in such low servings as here; we cannot see the rest of the formula being very effective.
Each capsule is equal to one serving.
This supplement may have side effects. Many of these may relate to caffeine and may include:
Other side effects may include:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Speak to your physician before use if you are taking prescription medication or have an underlying medical condition.
There are customer reviews for Xtreme Slim posted on Amazon. At first glance, these look good because the majority of opinions are positive. However, according to scam software most of these are likely to be fake.
Positive customer comments include,
Weight loss is a hard long journey… at least for me it is. I have invested in a lot of supplements and i can testify that Xtreme slim helps me to feel motivated to continue on… i see results and i feel better!
This really seems to do as it claims! I’ve been using it for two weeks and have already lost three pounds. I like that it didn’t make my heart race like a lot of other weight loss pills seem to do and it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
This customer was scared of the caffeine content and found it made her hungry,
I’m afraid to take them as much as other people do. You can tell there’s caffeine in them. It gives nice energy but I was STARVING by the end of the day and not sleeping if I took these too late…
This customer felt the caffeine was dangerously high,
…After taking just one pill, I felt anxious, and heart rate went up. Yes there are other ingredients, but I don’t need to buy pills to get caffeine, I can do that at home much cheaper. To make matter worse there’s an additional 130mg of caffeine, as if it didn’t have enough caffeine? This is going to give someone a heart attack!
A money-back guarantee is advertised on the Prime Labs website. But, with no further details about to claim it, and no terms and conditions provided it does not look very convincing. You can contact Prime Labs by email via the website or by Facebook messenger.
You can buy Prime Labs Xtreme Slim direct from the Prime Labs website or via Amazon USA.
This supplement does not seem to be available to customers outside the USA.
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