Last updated on September 11th, 2015
Mecktone is the new commercially available diet pill introduced by TOWIE starlet Lucy Mecklenburgh.
There have been many media articles surfacing highlighting its emergence into the marketplace – the Daily Mail once again got its usual jingoistic advertorial in its online version asking if the new ‘metabolism booster pills‘ are the real deal or just marketing hype.
The adverting is colourful with several iconic images with the most striking the official launch advert that shows Lucy naked save for a some tactically painted yellow, white, crimson and lilac stripes.
This review will be shorter than usual as this product has sort of taken everybody by surprise.
MeckTone is the self styled 3 in 1 one diet pill that boosts metabolism, detoxifies and cleanses …. where have we heard that before?
The biggest problem we have with Mecktone – it operates an Auto-billing scheme … which is a big no no!
What Is Mecktone And How Does It Work
According the official marketing material Mecktone can help you lose weight while detoxing and cleansing your body – its a 3 in 1 approach than many manufacturers seem to use nowadays, so nothing original.
There are are also ingredients that are includes that are geared towards helping your skin appear in good condition.
There are several natural ingredients (make that a good few dozen) included in each capsule that are aimed towards a different part of the weight loss, detox beautification process.
Here are the list of ingredients – before you cast your eyes over them remember that a supplement capsule can take a certain volume of Ingredients – the more variety of ingredients the less potent each will be.
Looking at the above ingredient profile there are many that have a benefit to human health and not just weight loss. It looks as if the people responsible for creating the formula where given carte blanche and created something that could have been shared between several supplements.
Is Mecktone Worth Buying
The short answer is no, and on two counts. Firstly its brand new – there are no testimonials, no real effacy tests and no long terms studies on the potential side effects of this combination of ingredients.
The second issue is the auto-billing feature. this in my mind is a biggy. A few years ago I remember interviewing a representative from a large supplement brand. We were talking about customer service and some manufacturers lack of respect for the customer. His answer was “respect doesn’t equate to profit, this is why we always choose a monthly auto-billing system. We make it hard for the customer to cancel”
Now, I am not likening Mecktone to this supplement brand but it does beg the question why do they need the auto-billing method of payment when it has such a bad reputation.
There are several products that we have given our blessing to – perhaps the best being PhenQ. Where Mecktone has Lucy Mecklenburgh as the main and sole protagonist, PhenQ have several from the medical fraternity. There is also no auto-billing system and a 60 day money back guarantee.
Plus of course it has a history of efficacy.
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