Developed by Prime 8 Nutrition using advanced research, IncinerX is a his and hers “ultra thermogenic” that’s claimed to melt fat, boost metabolism, suppress appetite, and help increase lean muscle mass, all while helping you to look slimmer. In other words, IncinerX is claimed 100% proven to help you lose weight and feel great.
In order to accomplish this, IncinerX claims to include only high-grade natural ingredients that are manufactured in the USA in an FDA approved facility, without any binders or fillers. As a result, the manufacturer claims that IncinerX is “the world’s strongest fat burner” and is used by pro athletes and bodybuilders.
Ultimately, you want to know what to expect from IncinerX, and we’ll be sure to answer all your important questions in this review. Before diving in though, let’s start from square one and discuss thermogenics.
What Are Thermogenics?
The short answer to this question is yes, thermogenic supplements can help you shed fat, although their results are almost never as revolutionary as the manufacturers make them seem. In other words, although thermogenics may help give you an extra boost, 99% of your fat loss will occur as a result of eating properly and exercising regularly.
With this in mind, let’s move on to IncinerX’s different formulations.
What’s the Difference Between IncinerX-1 & IncinerX-2?
According to the supplement’s website, IncinerX comes in 2 different formulations: IncinerX-1 (women’s) and IncinerX-2 (women’s). But is there anything meaningfully different between them?
In short, there’s no way to know. Why? Because after clicking on IncinerX’s Ingredients page, it only lists one set of ingredients. As such, it’s reasonable to assume that they’re the exact same supplement, just marketed to different demographics.
Whether for men or women, are IncinerX’s ingredients effective?
The Efficacy of IncinerX’s Ingredients
Based on the product label discussed above, IncinerX contains the following ingredients:
- Stage 1 Thermogenic Complex 350mg: Caffeine Anhydrous, Citrus Aurantium (Synephrine 30%), Theobromine, Evodiamine, Inula Racemosa PE (1% Alantolactones), Yohimbe PE (8% Yohimbine)
- Stage 1 Circulatory Complex 200mg: Green Tea Extract (60% Polyphenols), White Willow (Salix Alba) Bark (20% Salicin), Lobelia Intiata
- Stage 1 Advanced Cognitive 195mg: N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine, Codonopsis Pilosula Extract, Vitamin C, Sophora Japonica Extract, BioPerine 95%
Overall, the fact of the matter is that only a couple of these ingredients even come close to the benefits claimed by IncinerX’s manufacturer, although it’s likely that none will be as revolutionary.
For example, some of the stimulants (e.g. caffeine, theobromine, bitter orange, etc.) contained in IncinerX may help reduce appetite and temporarily increase alertness. Similarly, L-Tyrosine may also be “possibly effective” for improving alertness following a lack of sleep, and well as for mental performance and memory.
Sophora Japonica and willow bark have some anti-inflammatory properties, which might help reduce painful and swollen muscles following exercise, although probably nothing more powerful than over the counter aspirin.
Outside of these however, there is insufficient clinical evidence showing that any of the other ingredients contained in IncinerX will provide any of the benefits claimed by the company.
Ok, so for the most part, IncinerX’s ingredients probably won’t provide the results you’re after. But will they cause any side effects?
IncinerX Side Effects
Many of IncinerX’s ingredients could be considered safe, with the most common side effect as digestive upset.
However, the large number of stimulants contained in IncinerX could lead to jitteriness, headaches, loss of appetite, insomnia, and more, especially for those who are sensitive.
On the other hand, bitter orange (citrus aurantium) has been associated with more severe side effects, such as increasing “the risk for high blood pressure, fainting, heart attack, stroke, and others.”
Similarly, yohimbine can also cause “rapid heart beat, kidney failure, seizure, heart attack.” This includes death at doses nearing 100mg.
Regardless, each of IncinerX’s ingredients is part of a proprietary formulation, so there’s no way to know exactly how much of each is contained in the supplement, or what kinds of side effects you might reasonably expect.
Ultimately, we’re not told much about IncinerX, but is there enough information out there about the company behind the supplement?
Who is Prime 8 Nutrition?
IncinerX is manufactured by Prime 8 Nutrition based out of Simi Valley, CA. Unfortunately, the company wasn’t listed with the Better Business Bureau at the time of our research, and no additional information was available elsewhere online.
To try and learn more about the company, we searched for several of the professional athletes listed on the IncinerX website, although for those we found (many didn’t have an online presence), we couldn’t find any express mention that they were sponsored by Prime 8 Nutrition, or that they had used IncinerX.
In our opinion, in addition to the efficacy (and potential side effects) of IncinerX, the fact that the company is choosing to remain under the radar should act as another red flag.
But before you come to a conclusion about IncinerX, will it provide a solid value for the money?
IncinerX Pricing & Refund Policy
If you choose to give IncinerX a shot, the thermogenic is only available through a 14-day trial, for which you’ll pay $4.99 S&H and receive a one-month supply (60 capsules) of the supplement. Doesn’t sound too bad, right?
Well, hold on, because after your trial ends, you’ll be billed $89.89 (yes, you read that right!) for the supplement, and will also be enrolled in the company’s recurring shipping program. This means you’ll receive a new bottle of IncinerX once every month, and you’ll be charged $89.89 each time.
Outside of the trial, IncinerX comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges.
To request a refund, or to cancel your trial or automatic shipments, you’ll need to contact customer service at 844-770-1846.
Now, let’s wrap everything up.
Can IncinerX Help You Achieve Your Fitness Goals?
Taking all of this together (the questionable ingredient efficacy, the potentially severe side effects, the company’s unwillingness to provide additional information, passing off the same formulation as 2 different supplements, the ultra high price, and the free trial/autoship program), it’s our opinion that your money would be much better spent speaking with your physician instead of ordering IncinerX.
Otherwise, you might find yourself in a confusing web of poor customer service and immense difficulty cancelling your trial and autoship program.
I used this supplement earlier this year and I'll vouch that it is one of the best I have ever taken for weight loss. I have taken other sups in the past but they give me jitters and crashes. IncinerX was the one that I had and I find that it has a nice balance of ingredients that gave me a steady increase of energy throughout the day without feeling like crap later in the day. I also recommend using as a pre workout because it gave me stamina in the gym and I was much more focused. The downfall is the price, but you get what you pay for and I am now on my 4th bottle for the year and loving it.
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend