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Livlean Formula 1 Reviews (Scam or Legit? Dosage, Side Effects)

Livlean Formula 1 Reviews

Our Livlean Formula 1 reviews page focuses on this supplement, which has received a number of negative reviews as well as a handful of positive ones. We’re going to try and find the answer in all of the madness to determine whether this is a good product or a bad one.


What is Livlean Formula 1?

This product was created by Perfect Origin and it is basically their flagship product. All Perfect Origin reviews have centered on this product, which is no surprise when you consider how popular it has been and how much of the limelight it has managed to steal over the years. Livlean Formula 1 makes many claims, but what does the science say and more importantly, what do our Livlean Formula 1 reviews say?

This is marketed as a “liver support” supplement, which is fairly basic. There is no shortage of these supplements out there and most of them work. So, Livlean Formula 1 gets off to a good start, but it seems to be downhill from there and if you have seen any other Livlean Formula 1 reviews then you will know that it’s not just us that thinks that.

Livlean Formula 1 Reviews: Basics

Livlean Formula 1 Review

Due to the number of issues that have been reported with the use of Livlean Formula 1, we weren’t too willing to let a number of our testers try it. This Livlean Formula 1 reviews page was initially intended to cover three reviews, as usual. But we began with one and that’s where we ended up.

A bottle of this product comes with 60 capsules, which should last you for 30 days. It is to be taken twice a day, with 1 capsule before meals.

For genuine liver support, milk thistle is all you need. It’s cheap, with this Amazon bottle costing $15 for 200 caps.

It’s worth noting that while this is a liver support product, the purpose seems to be to help you lose weight by removing toxins from your liver. If that sounds a bit bizarre than you’re not alone in thinking that. Our Livlean Formula 1 reviewer was very cautious of using anything that made such claims, but the ingredient list suggested that these claims could be just exaggerated and that there could be some benefits here.

Livlean Formula 1 Ingredients

As well as a host of vitamins including B2, B6, C and B12, Livlean Formula 1 also contains extracts of Green Tea, Milk Thistle, Selenium, and a few amino acids. All of this is positive. They are minerals known to help with liver support and both dandelion root and milk thistle are also a great extracts for assisting with liver detoxification.

The addition of turmeric is also a plus, as is ALA. All in all, it came across as a product that could help to support liver function and could be useful after overdoing it with food or alcohol or even after heavy supplement use. But therein lies the contradiction, because there was something else going on here.

Livlean Formula 1 Reviews

To give you an idea of what we mean, there are many Livlean Formula 1 reviews out there and they all refer to side effects. Apparently, users experienced all kinds of rashes and general malaise when taking Livlean Formula 1. If you look at the Livlean Formula 1 ingredient list mentioned above, these are not symptoms that you would expect to see, but you can’t ignore the prevalence of them and it’s quite scary.

Diarrhea and stomach pains have also been reported. Our own Livlean Formula 1 reviewer didn’t note any of these. Our tester limited use to just 2 weeks and in that time the only noteworthy side effect of Livlean Formula 1 was frequent urination. This is to be expected tough, as many of the minerals and extracts used can promote urination. That’s why they are often used as diuretics after all.

Still, while the side effects were minimal, the positive effects were equally minimal. The tester did notice some weight loss, as much as two pounds. But he also noted that he had urinated at least 3 to 4 times as much as before and that this weight was most likely water weight.

Livlean Formula 1 Price

Livlean Formula 1 Scam
Before we tele you how our Livlean Formula 1 review ended, let’s get to the price.

This is another negative that many Livlean Formula 1 reviews have focused on. Personally, we don’t think the price is that bad based on what are clearly some quality ingredients. There is also a 60-day guarantee, although many users have had trouble processing this so, as is usually the case, it may not be worth the virtual paper it is written on.

In total, a 30 day supply will cost you just under $70. If you order 6 bottles you can get them for just under $54 a bottle.


Livlean Formula 1 Reviews: Conclusion

It seems that Livlean Formula 1 is an effective weight loss product after all, but for all of the wrong reasons. The users of this drug are losing weight because it is acting as a diuretic and in some cases it also seems to be acting as a laxative. We personally think it’s bad practice to market something as a weight loss drug when all it does is promote natural processes like this.

That is especially true when it could be leading users to urinate much more frequently than usual and to dehydrate. In other words, people are taking this because they are assuming it will speed up the metabolism and the toxin elimination process. They are expecting everything to go on as normal, but to lose a few more pounds at the same time.

In actual fact, it’s just making them lose water from their muscles and fat; it’s making them suffer from bouts of diarrhea. This is not weight loss that is natural, it’s not weight loss that should be promoted and it’s not something that we would recommend as a result.

If it were promoted purely as a short-term supplement to detox your liver, then it could be okay based on what we know about many of the beneficial ingredients. But those beneficial ingredients shouldn’t cause stomach pains and diarrhea. So we think that one of the other extracts is causing this issue or that a combination of the ingredients is doing it. Either way, it’s not good and it’s not healthy.

Get yourself some simple milk thistle instead.