Below we take an in-depth look at Rockstar Skinny Cleanse, to see what benefits this supplement offers consumers.
Rockstar Skinny Cleanse is advertised as an “extreme” detox and colon cleanse product, and yet contains no laxative ingredients and is unlikely to affect bowel movements. The product’s ingredients list appears to be the same as several other products in the Rockstar range of supplements for women. The active ingredients in this product are incredibly underdosed.
There are lots of ingredients in this supplement that could theoretically cause a range of side effects. The ingredient quantities used appear to all be very small, which does reduce the chances of side effects occurring. However, side effects are still possible, especially if the consumer is sensitive to individual ingredients. There is an unknown amount of caffeine in this supplement.
We are not impressed by Rockstar Skinny Cleanse, or its manufacturers, Rockstar Sports Nutrition, at all.
Rockstar Skinny Cleanse contains the exact same ingredients as both Rockstar Booty Blast and Rockstar Carb Block, as well as several other products offered by Rockstar Sports Nutrition. This is both incredibly lazy and dishonest of Rockstar, as they try to claim that these products all have different purposes and benefits. As far as we are concerned, Rockstar Sports Nutrition are scamming their customers!
Specifically looking at the claims made about Skinny Cleanse, the ingredients list does not contain any laxative or diuretic ingredients that could help to speed up a sluggish digestive system or treat constipation. There is certainly nothing about the product that justifies the claim that it is an “extreme detox and colon cleanse”.
Rockstar Skinny Cleanse is relatively expensive for a detox-style supplement, especially when considering that it features incredibly small ingredient quantities and that it will not work as advertised.
The product is not covered by a money-back guarantee, and the returns policy is worded in a vague manner that suggests to us that they are unlikely to give refunds.
Overall, we do not recommend Rockstar Skinny Cleanse to our readers. We advise customers to stay away from Rockstar Sports Nutrition products in general.
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Rockstar Skinny Cleanse is advertised as an “extreme” detox and colon cleanse product that will treat constipation, and yet contains no laxative ingredients and is unlikely to affect bowel movements. The active ingredients in this product are incredibly underdosed.
Rockstar Skinny Cleanse is manufactured by Rockstar Sports Nutrition, a company based in Wyoming in the USA. The company can be contacted using the information provided on their official website.
Directions for use are as follows:
The manufacturers claim that Skinny Cleanse offers the following benefits:
Skinny Cleanse contains no laxative ingredients, and so will not treat constipation or act like a “detox” supplement in any way. Turmeric may act as an anti-inflammatory and therefore aid IBS, but the dosage found here is insufficient to actually have any impact.
Similarly, the other active ingredients are also present in insufficient quantities to do anything, really.
The ingredients found in Rockstar Skinny Cleanse are detailed below. Some individual ingredient quantities are provided, but the product also features a proprietary formula. The ingredient quantities are given in micrograms instead of milligrams, which makes them seem like larger doses than they actually are.
There are lots of ingredients in this supplement that could theoretically cause a range of side effects. The ingredient quantities used appear to all be very small, which does reduce the chances of side effects occurring. However, side effects are still possible, especially if the consumer is sensitive to individual ingredients.
Apple cider vinegar can affect blood sugar levels. Diabetics should consult their doctor before taking any supplement containing apple cider vinegar. Side effects could include lightheadedness and even fainting if the consumer already has low blood sugar levels.
Typically, adding turmeric into food will not cause side effects, but taking high doses of turmeric could cause side effects such as nausea, diarrhoea, increased liver function tests, uterine contractions in pregnant women and increased menstrual flow. Turmeric also appears to interact with warfarin and aspirin; anyone taking these should avoid taking Turmeric supplements.
In one study into Hoodia, participants reported a high number of side effects, which included headaches, nausea, vomiting, ‘odd skin sensations’, increased blood pressure, and increases in heart rate. There were also signs of liver damage in some of the participants. The 25 women taking Hoodia reported 208 incidences of side effects over the course of the 15-day trial, suggesting that side effects are incredibly common.
Garcinia Cambogia can cause some side effects including nausea, digestive tract discomfort, and headache.
African Mango may cause increased flatulence and headaches. CLA can cause stomach upset, diarrhoea, nausea, and fatigue. CLA can also increase triglyceride levels in some cases, sometimes sharply.
Consuming large quantities of caffeine can lead to headaches, increased heart rate, increased blood pressure, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness, and insomnia.
Reported side effects of raspberry ketone included feeling ‘weak’, restlessness, insomnia, chest pains, jitteriness, headaches, and nausea.
Arginine supplementation can cause some side effects such as abdominal pain, bloating, diarrhoea, gout, blood abnormalities, allergies, airway inflammation, worsening of asthma, and low blood pressure.
Not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Not suitable for anyone under the age of 18. May not be suitable for diabetics. Not suitable for anyone who is sensitive to caffeine, or who has any cardiac related health issues, including but not limited to high blood pressure. Not suitable for anyone who has liver damage. If you are unsure about the suitability of this supplement for you, consult your doctor before purchase.
There are just four customer reviews for Rockstar Skinny Cleanse on Amazon; all four were posted over a four day period, and none of the reviews are from verified purchases. This is incredibly suspicious.
I didn’t get the dramatic results as maybe other users or the results I wanted to see, which is why I’m giving it 3 stars. However, while taking the pill, there weren’t any obvious side effects and it was easy to integrate it into my everyday routine. I do want to continue using it a bit longer to see if the results change. I did get slightly slimmer, but that’s also cause I go to the gym at least four times a week.
Rockstar does not offer a money- back guarantee. Their returns policy lasts for 30 days after purchase. Customers can return opened products, but must return all of the original packaging. Customers will be notified via email when the product has been received and processed, and will also be told by email “of the approval or rejection of your refund.”
Rockstar Skinny Cleanse can be purchased from the manufacturer’s official website, rockstarvitamin.com. A single bottle costs $29.95 plus delivery charges.
Skinny Cleanse can also be purchased from Amazon, where a single bottle costs $29.95 plus delivery charges.
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The Diet Pills Watchdog does not recommend Rockstar Skinny Cleanse.
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