Lipobind and Proactol Compared
Fat binders are possibly the most effective of the diet pill genres – in recent years non prescription diet pills have grown in stature to rival to the most potent GP prescribed weight loss products.
Fat binders work by stopping the absorption of fat from food consumed from being digested by the stomach, both Proactol and Lipobind can prevent over a quarter of dietary fat from appearing where you don’t want it to!
At first glance both products appear similar with the main differentiators being discount pricing, accreditation and extra’s. Lets compare.
Advertised almost everywhere – the marketing budget is huge.
This can be a good sign as consistancy, history and public awareness (especially in the UK) point to a product that is here to stay. Boots, Superdrug and Holland & Barrett stock.
Lipobind Success Stories
At present, TV and Radio presenter Katy Hill is the face and body of Lipobind.
Katy reportedly lost over 4st while on Lipobind after the birth of her daughter. Although it has come to light that only a reduction of 10lbs was a direct result of Lipobind.
ex Eastenders star Lucy Benjamin also attributes her weight loss success to Lipobind diet pills.
Lipobind is classed as Medical Device Type 1 and has the CE Mark of Approval
Lipobind is officially the UK’s best selling diet pill in its class. The guarantee period of 28 days is disappointing.
Proactol is mostly sold online direct via its own website.
Proactol has been in existence for over 3 years now and enjoyed an almost unprecedented launch success and has enhanced its reputation and consumer confidence year on year.
Proactol Success Stories
Proactol has glowing endorsements from the medical community from both sides of the Atlantic and across Europe.
Proactol recently featured in the Daily Telegraph as one of the Top 5 Ways To Lose For 2008.
The Daily Express featured Laura Price who reportedly shed 6 dress sizes thanks to Proactol.
Proactol is a Medical Device Type 1, has a CE Mark of Approval, has approval from the MHRA and ERSP
Proactol has the longest money back guarantee period in the industry
Lipobind and Proactol Price Comparison
For anyone concerned about price here is a breakdown.
£24.95 for 60 tablets, cost per a tablet of 42p
£49.90 for 120 tablets, cost per a tablet 42p
£69.95 for 180 tablets, cost per a tablet 39p
£93.27 for 240 tablets, cost per a tablet 39p
£44.49 for 120 tablets, cost per a tablet of 37p
£84.48 for 240 tablets, cost per a tablet 35p
£104.48 for 360 tablets, cost per a tablet 29p
£124.48 for 600 tablets, cost per a tablet 20p (120 tablets Free)
£139.48 for 720 tablets, cost per a tablet 19p (120 tablets Free)
£180.48 for 1080 tablets, cost per a tablet 16p (120 tablets Free)
If cost is main driver then Lipobind initially wins as a starter pack contains a 1 month course that includes 60 tablets for under £25.00 – whereas the lowest Proactol denominator is 120 tablets at £44.49
The more confident you feel that a fat binder will help you lose weight Proactol is much more cost effective when purchased in quantity.
Proactol 360 tablets = £104.48
Lipobind 360 tablets = £143.17
In the battle of the fat binders Proactol does beat Lipobind rather convincingly.
Both products have accreditation from the medical authorities that count and are side effect free – Proactol has approval on both sides of the Atlantic.
This is take nothing away from Lipobind it is the leading diet pill in its class – but does rather give the impression the consumer is paying for the marketing especially when bought in quantity.
Proactol also offers freebies and incentives for purchases which Lipobind does not.
Lipobind – buy 3 packs (120 tablets) for 69.95 – Visit Lipobind Offer