Ohhhh LucyGoddess. I just looked up Safslim. It is just Safflower oil! You are paying $50 a bottle for something you can get at any grocery store.
Even on the Safslim website, the *ONLY* difference from regular Safflower oil that can come up is in this chart: www.safslim.com/images/comparison-chart-ve
Taking them one by one:
Those are "trick words". Anything can be patent pending technology...anything can be technology. They are absolutely meaningless and don't indicate any health benefit. It probably has something to do with their process of putting it in some sort of caplet. Of course Safflower oil from the store doesn't have patent pending technology...it is oil!
"Emulsified for easier digestibility"
Again, trick words and even if this were true (or desirable!) it is not worth the $43 dollar price difference. Your body can digest Safflower oil just fine.
"Clinically tested ingredient"
That one made me laugh. Which ingredient? Water has been clinically tested, maybe they mean the water in it! Were the clinical tests even positive? You can do a clinical test, find no correlation to health and weight loss and still call it "clinically tested". If they mean Safflower oil as the ingredient, how can they possibly say that safflower oil ISN'T clinically tested?
"Convenient and easy to take"
I'm not quite sure why they think regular safflower oil isn't convenient and easy to take. It sits with my other oil and I use it for almost all of my cooking.
"Award winning flavor"
Another chuckle for subjectivity. I have just granted regular safflower oil (which is flavorless btw) an award for being flavorless. It now has award winning flavor.
I suppose what I am saying here is to keep rocking this if you are happy, however I think you are being scammed into paying $50 for something that costs from $4 to $7 at any grocery store. I honestly don't see how safflower oil can "target belly fat" (What does that even MEAN? What is the process behind this? That actually doesn't make any sort of scientific sense), but safflower oil is great for other reasons. You should totally continue with the Safflower oil, it is great stuff, but save yourself the insane amount of money and just buy the oil.
Edited by: RADIOTIKSPARK1 at: 5/8/2012 (09:47)