About ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia

Using only 100% all natural ingredients, ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia promises to help you lose weight, gain energy, and “get the tight body you deserve.”

How? We’re told that each capsule of ExoSlim contains only 60% hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which helps by stopping fat production, suppressing your appetite, and increasing serotonin levels, which might be especially useful if you’re an emotional eater.

On top of this, the company claims ExoSlim is produced in a GMP Certified Lab, without any fillers, binders, or chemical additives of any kind.

Maybe this is your first experience with garcinia cambogia. Or, perhaps you’ve known about it for years, and you want to know is this supplement is any different.

Either way, we’ll help you answer the following question in this review: Should you spend your hard-earned money on ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia?

The 411 on Fat & Serotonin

We won’t go into unnecessary detail here (or bore you to tears!), but there are a couple concepts we need to talk about in order to properly address ExoSlim’s claims.

After consuming foods containing fats, they’re broken down by the body into fatty acids. Most of these fatty acids are essential for proper human health, but if we continuously consume too much, the excess is stored as body fat, which can be harmful to our health. This is where ExoSlim claims to enter the picture, by preventing your body from converting this excess into fat and consequently providing more readily available energy for you to use (more about this next).

On the other hand, serotonin is a neurotransmitter (a type of chemical used for communication) primarily found in the body’s GI tract, where it regulates intestinal movement, as well as contributes to a sense of wellbeing. ExoSlim claims to increase the presence of this chemical, thereby improving your mood.

With this in mind, is there any clinical evidence showing that garcinia cambogia—whether from ExoSlim or otherwise—can provide any fat loss or mood-boosting benefits?

Is Garcinia Cambogia Effective for Weight Loss?

The short answer: There’s little-to-no clinical evidence supporting this.

The detailed answer: Garcinia cambogia is a pumpkin-shaped fruit that grows in tropical areas of Asia, India, and parts of Africa and has been used in traditional medicine for centuries.

Inside the rind of the fruit is a chemical known as hydroxycitric acid (HCA), which according to some, blocks an enzyme named citrate lyase from converting glucose (the main source of energy derived from carbohydrates) into fat. Therefore, it’s supposed to help you maintain higher energy levels, while improving your mood by releasing serotonin.

Sounds great! So what’s the problem?

As we outline in The Truth About Garcinia Cambogia, the reality is that there is almost no clinical evidence indicating HCA can provide any benefits outside of a Petri Dish. Even a two-week “study” conducted on the Dr. Oz show a couple years ago failed to deliver anything but negligible results.

But trying ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia might be worth it if the price is low enough, right? How much will you pay?

How Much Does ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia Cost?

Like many of the other garcinia cambogia supplements we’ve reviewed over the years (more about this next), the only way to get your hands on ExoSlim is through their 14-day trial. You’ll pay $4.97 S&H, plus a $2.97 PayCertify fee to help verify your identity, and will receive a full size bottle.

According to the company’s Terms, 14 days after placing your order, you’ll be billed the full price of $84.97, so be sure to call ahead of time in order to avoid being charged. In addition, you’ll continue receiving a new bottle and charged another $84.97 each time through ExoSlim’s autoship program.

Outside of the trial, all ExoSlim orders come with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H and a $12.95 processing fee. In order to request one, or to cancel your trial or autoship enrollment, you’ll need to contact Fitness Health Shops customer service at (866) 786-8241 or help@slimerasupport.com.

Does ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia Come with Good Online Reviews?

Whenever a new nutritional supplement is released, it’s common for the manufacturer to promote their product through a network of independent affiliates, who earn a commission off of each sale they refer. In turn, these affiliates often create websites intended to look like legitimate customer reviews, but aren’t much more than marketing hype.

With this said, other than these affiliate reviews, we didn’t encounter any legitimate customer feedback for ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia at the time of our research.

The good news is that we’ve reviewed dozens of garcinia cambogia supplements, including popular options like Garcinia Cambogia 360, GC180 XT, and Garcinia Lean XTreme. What are customers saying?

Overall, these supplements generally come with the lowest possible consumer reviews (1.5 stars or lower), with common complaints surrounding failure to work, ultra-high prices, and poor customer service (usually difficulty cancelling trials/autoship programs or obtaining refunds).

Does this mean you’ll necessarily experience the same with ExoSlim? We’re not saying this is the case. However, we think it’s important to point out that ExoSlim’s manufacturer (Fitness Health Shops) is also behind Slimera Garcinia Cambogia, which comes with nearly identical feedback.

Given all of this, should you place an order for ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia?

What’s the Bottom Line About ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia?

When it comes down to it, you earned your money, so you get to decide where to spend it. However, we also know you’re reading this review because a) you want the straight facts and b) you want the most weight loss value for your dollar.

From these perspectives, we think there are several big red flags for ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia; the fact that the supplement has little-to-clinical clinical support showing it’ll work as advertised, the ultra-high price, the website that’s filled with spelling errors, and the fact that once you land on the ordering page, it’s impossible to leave. Not to mention that the manufacturer makes another identical supplement that many of their customers are calling a scam.

Considering all of this, we think you might be better off spending your money on a visit to your doctor, or scheduling an appointment with a personal trainer or nutritionist, instead of placing an order for ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia.

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7 Customer Reviews for ExoSlim Garcinia Cambogia

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  • Poor

    • Maryland ,
    • Nov 30, 2016

    Will not refund your money if not satisfied.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • Terrible Service

    So, I signed up for the "free trial," which is only 14 days. But that is 14 days from the day you order them not the day you receive them. So, basically I got to take a week's worth before they were charging my account the $160.00 dollars that it cost to buy the product. I called to cancel the service at which time I was told I had to send back the rest of the product before they would refund my money to me. I don't mind paying for a product, but I wanted to make sure it was going to work first. How can you know if a product works in a week's time. Even doctors like to give patients a few weeks of taking medicine to determine if it is going to work properly. I was very disappointed in how they conducted the "free trial."

    I was also told that even if I send the product back they will refund all but $12.95 per product, because that is the warehouse service fee. I ended up just keeping what I had for the simple fact that I feel like sending it back would be more of a hassle than it is worth, plus I would have to pay to send them back, and I still won't get my money until they get the product back.

    My question is why do they even want the product back, are they going to re-package it up for someone else to have, because that is not good at all. So, I will continue to take the product to see if it genuinely works, however, I found a product at GNC with the same ingredients that I will purchase for $30 dollars when I am finished with this stuff. I would not even have given a star if I was not required to.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 1 out 1 people found this review helpful

    Deceptive selling tactics

    • Lindenhurst, NY,
    • Nov 4, 2016

    Awful customer service. Ordered the "free" trial. Not free. They stuck on "insurance" fees and then went ahead and charged full price for the 30-day "free trial" after about 12 days. Be careful and read the terms carefully, they bury the truths in the fine print! When I called for refund they charge exorbitant restocking fees.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 4 out 4 people found this review helpful

    Experience

    Do not buy this product! It is a scam and a fraud. It immediately made me nauseous, and unless you take the time to read the very lengthy terms and conditions, you end up paying for your "free" 30 day trial after the 30 days are up, and they bill your card automatically.

    They sneak in the ExoBoost during the order procedure so your stuck with both bottles, then when you get your credit card statement, there are additional "shipping guarantee" fees that aren't outlined in the payment process.

    I immediately called customer service to get my info to return the product within the timeline. I was guaranteed that no other charges will be added to my card.

    Let's see if that's not a lie as well. I'm very disappointed in how this company represents themselves in their ad.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Billing practices

    I ordered Exoslim from the website, then for some reason they automatically signed me up for the trial of Exoboost as well. They charged me around 4.97 for each trial and then added two other bogus charges of 2.97 each.

    Hopefully, the product itself works but the shady business practices alone make me think its a scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 7 out 7 people found this review helpful

    Look out! You will pay money to end your "free trial" period.

    • North Carolina,
    • Oct 13, 2016

    I ordered the free trial Exosilm. I only paid the $5 for the shipping and handling. When I received it, I saw that a warning on the bottle for people with hypoglycemia and diabetes. I am hypoglycemic, so I emailed to cancel getting any more bottles ($85 each). I was told I would have to return the bottle I had received or I would be charged the $85 for that bottle.

    So in the end, I paid $10 for shipping and handling and postage on a product I never used. Kind of annoying when the trial was supposed to be free and the full description of the product was either not forthcoming or in some very fine print.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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  • 9 out 9 people found this review helpful

    Worthless

    • Euless, TX,
    • Oct 11, 2016

    Don't bother. No difference whatsoever, and it's $86 a bottle after 14 days are up. Then they want you to return the product at your cost, and charge a $13 restocking fee, which is scary to think they're restocking pills after they've been in God-only-knows who's hands. Avoid, avoid, avoid! Total scam.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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