Skinny Boo is a detox tea (Teatox) that claims to help get you in “great shape to lose weight”.
In this review we are going to look at the ingredients of Skinny Boo, its price before concluding whether we believe this supplement will help with your weight loss efforts.
Benefits of Skinny Boo
Skinny Boo is claimed to provide the following benefits:
- Help burn off fat faster
- Helps ensure you need less food
- Can help cleanse you of waste
- Will help to improve your digestion
These claims are impressive, but to verify them we would need to look at the ingredients used to make the Skinny Boo detox tea.
Ingredients of Skinny Boo
Skinny Boo is made using proven ingredients such as Oolong Tea, Cinnamon, Lemon Myrtle, Mate Green, Nettle Leaves and Ginger.
Unfortunately despite listing the ingredients and their benefits there was no mention of the dosages of each ingredient.
Will Skinny Boo cause any side effects?
Although the ingredients of Skinny Boo are natural there is a risk of side effects due to their use of Mate Green (Yerba Mate).
Yerba Mate contains Caffeine, which is a stimulant that can cause issues such as insomnia, nervousness, nausea and vomiting amongst others.
This is why it is important to know how much of each ingredient is present in the Skinny Boo formula, as without this knowledge there is no way of knowing how much caffeine is present.
How much does Skinny Boo cost?
Prices for Skinny Boo start at £27 for a 15 day supply, a months supply will cost £41.99 with further reductions the larger your order.
One option that you may want to avoid is the “subscription package” that claims to be free when in reality this is not strictly true.
For a start you have to pay the postage (£1.99) and then 7 days later the full purchase price will be charged to your account.
As this is a subscription I can only assume that you will continue to be charged each month thereafter until your membership is cancelled.
Is Skinny Boo recommended?
Although Skinny Boo looks like a good product it is a little expensive and may cause side effects if you are not used to the effects of caffeine.
If you do choose to buy Skinny Boo then I suggest that you buy it outright and stay away from the subscription option.
Alternative to Skinny Boo
If you want to see an alternative to Skinny Boo then I would suggest that you take a look at Tava Tea.
This tea can also help with your weight loss efforts as it is made from 3 powerful Chinese teas; Sencha, Oolong and Puerh.
This weight loss tea is free from caffeine and is cheaper than Skinny Boo too.