Thermo Bubbles Review 2020 - Rip-Off or Worth To Try? Here is Why..
The instructions call to take the drink at least twice a day, with one being in the morning and the other being around lunch for increased energy. To reach the company you can visit https://davidkirschwellness.com/product/thermo-bubbles/ or call 1-866-683-1836. Their customer service line was slow to pick up, and once I was finally able to get on the line with someone, they did not give me any information on Thermo Bubbles, and when it would become available to the public again.
The ingredients include: Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin B12, Chromium, Sodium, Potassium, Guarana Seed Extract, White Tea Leaf Extract, Green Tea Leaf Extract, Inositol, L-Arginine, L-Ornithine, HCI, Chromium Picolinate, Phosphatidylcholine, DL-phenylalanine, Gotu Kola Extract, Korean Ginseng Root Extract, Cayenne Pepper Extract,Connamon Bark Extract, Bladderwrack Kelp, White Willow Bark, Xylitol, Citric Acid, Natural Flavors, Stevia Leaf Extract, Beet Color, and Silica.*
Do Dieters Lose Weight With Thermo Bubbles?
When looking through customer testimonials, the overall consensus was that the product was “okay” and that the cravings didn’t seem to be curbed that much. The customers could tell a difference in their energy levels due to the high amounts of caffeine in the product, but not as much in the weight loss area. The whole idea behind this fizzy drink is for weight loss itself, so when the customers say that it doesn’t really help for weight loss why would you want to spend an upwards of $40.00 plus shipping for 10 drink sticks? If appetites were curbed, they were curbed only to leave the customer feeling ravenous later in the day, since these drink packets are only 30 calories per drink.
Glenn Clark* stated, “I didn’t feel well on this product. I felt wired and not in a good way as far as energy. I also felt that it suppressed my appetite through the day until 3pm and then I was ravenous. He also went on to say that he felt like the product did nothing for his bloating and weight loss at the end of the day which was rather disappointing at best.
“I didn’t really feel they suppressed my appetite. I hate to say it and believe me I wanted this to work as we all do if we’re even looking at this review.” T Koenig* also said that the product tasted just “okay” but that it did not work as well as it was advertised for weight loss when it was all said and done.back to menu ↑
Is Thermo Bubbles Easy To Follow?
This is a no brainer to follow in regards to opening up the packet, and adding it to your water twice a day. The dilemma is how many times do you actually need this per day, as twice may seem like way too much caffeine for a person that is not used to the amount in this product. Feel it out if you purchase, especially because the product is so expensive you don’t want to waste it to make you feel nothing but jitters. Overall, the product is not hard to follow but the amount of money you may be spending can be hard to stay consistent with long term. This product is by no means a long-term product for weight loss. On their website, there is absolutely no science behind why the product was tested to help you lose weight. There are no articles, studies, or resources for the customer to look at, which is a big red flag right away. For 10 drink packets it will be $40.00 plus shipping. Yikes, that is an expensive powder to drink.back to menu ↑
This weight loss product is weak overall, and has not gotten great reviews from the customers who have put their trust in it and invested their hard earned money. With everything from the production problems the company has to the drinks just not doing what they state they are going to do is enough to have me saying no and walking away immediately. Their social media presence is rather small and the number of people participating in the posts is miniscule in comparison to other successful companies in the space. While they do offer a 30-day back money guarantee, it still may not be enough to justify the large investment for a product that does not necessarily help someone lose that much weight.