Lipocerin is a pill that uses two ingredients, a good one and a bad one. The two main ingredients in Lipocerin are hoodia gordonii and chromium picolinate. Chromium picolinate is an ingredient that is clinically proven to both suppress appetite and raise metabolism to burn fat. Hoodia gordonii is a cactus extract that is designed to suppress appetite but unfortunately, it is not clinically proven but has been unproven and debunked over and over again. So pretty much, there is one good ingredient in Lipocerin and one really bad one.
There is a weak 30 day guarantee offered on Lipocerin. 30 days is not long enough for anyone to really know if the product is going to be as effective as they would want. You should always look for at least a 60 day guarantee before buying a pill.
Well, there are but two ingredients in Lipocerin and two of one of them is worthless. The other one, chromium picolinate can be picked up for about ten bucks just about anywhere on the internet. Essentially, you are paying about $50 too much for a pill that is not guaranteed for long enough and is not all the great. Personally, I only would buy a pill that comes with a lifetime guarantee and has at least five effective proven ingredients. You don’t have to take my word for it, but I have been doing this for a while and I have a decent idea of what I am talking about.