Star Caps Review
What You Should Know
Star Caps is a weight loss product in the form of a pill that is endorsed by celebrity Nikki Haskel. The product is marketed as “the miracle diet solution”. The official product website states that Star Caps are “not diet pills”, which is a somewhat odd claim.
List of Ingredients
Star Caps contain: Natural Extract Papaya & Garlic, Valerian, Corn Spices, Papain (protein digestive enzyme), Magnesium Carbonate & Magnesium Oxide less than 0.1%.
The Papaya Extract is supposed to be a digestive enzyme that metabolizes protein in the body. The Garlic Extract in Star Caps works as a natural diuretic. With these ingredients combined, Star Caps claims it can help people lose between 10 to 125 pounds. In researching the ingredients included in Star Caps, we were unable to locate scientific data suggesting that Papaya Extract would help with weight loss. We did find that this enzyme has been used to treat sports injuries and other types of trauma to the body. We found that those who use products with Garlic Extract may experience halitosis, indigestion, nausea, emesis, and diarrhea. We found no scientific research to suggest that Garlic Extract will help with weight loss.
- Star Caps are said to be all natural with Papaya & Garlic as its main, active ingredients.
- Star Caps are said to help
detoxify the body and reduce bloating.
- Star Caps are too expensive for the average consumer at $100.00 per bottle of 30 capsules which is only a two week supply.
- It is unclear if Star Caps come with any kind of a free trial sample or a money-back gaurantee.
- Once the desired weight loss is achieved, you have to continue to take the product to maintain the results. This can lead to a $200 per month expense for the rest of your life.
The official product website for Nikki Haskel’s Star Caps should be commended for posting customer testimonials. This is a good way to earn a consumer’s trust in a product which they have never purchased before because they want to see that others have had positive results. We do feel that the website focuses the majority of its information around the celebrity name and the other celebrities who have used the product instead of informing potential customers about how the products really work to help them lose weight. Consumers should be leery of any product which offers “a miracle”, which Star Caps does. Star Caps are overly expensive for being an all natural product with basic ingredients. The average consumer can not afford Star Caps and so should seek out weight loss products that have fat burners and appetite suppressants which have been proven to work in clinical trials and scientific studies.