How much does lipo trim cost you?

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  1. craigie_d2000

    craigie_d2000 Full Member

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    Morning Folks
    Hope you are all doing well what ever day you are on wether it be your 1st or 101st
    I was wondering what people pay for lipo trim i paid £48 for my first week and just got 14 packets of mix
    I turned down the bars as i heared they tasted rank.
    I have also seen that on line pharmacies you can get 3 times the amount i got for the same money and different flavour:D
    Also what other support do the pharmacy give you other than the weigh in?;)
     
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  3. Daisy1966

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    Hi Craig, I pay £33 for the week. My first pharmacy were fantastic they all encouraged me each week I was there for 12 weeks, then i had to change and the attitude of the staff is very negative towards LT. I get weighed by all different people so its not ideal but they are open on a saturday so I need to stick with them. Ive never tried the flapjacks and I only have chocolate shakes. :) Good luck with your journey .
     
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    :( i wonder why there is a £15 difference?
     
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    Im guessing you are male with you saying 14 sachets? (god I hope Im not wrong) hehe I think its more expensive for male lipotrim but I dont know why. But men lose much quicker so you wont have to be on it as long so it will balance out in the end lol
     
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    Quite simple Craig.....though men only have two portions a day as opposed to our three, they are much bigger portions! Thus I guess you have to pay more. Simples!
     
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    One male sachet is equivalent to 2 female sachets, so in effect you are having a total equivalent to 4 female sachets x
     
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    Hi Craig, I'm paying £48 also so I think it sounds about right. My pharmacy didn't seem that enthusiastic either, they I will be weighed by who ever is there.
    Slightly different from last time when i had to go to the surgery and a nurse would weigh me, check my keytones and check my blood pressure .
     
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    hey mate i pay 48 aswell, depending on whos in the pharmacy at the time, i might get weighed, i might not
     
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    I pay £48 as well - bit of a rip off. Losing weight so I do really care just think I am in wrong business
     
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    I pay £36, and (generally) my pharmacy are great... I get weighed by 1 of 2 staff, they talk about my loss, and if i pop in to the pharmacy between weigh ins, they either do it all for me or let me in the room and i do it myself... It really shouldn't be hit and miss, but it seems it is.
    I think if you buy online you need to be careful-not everyone is honest, and you really cannot be 100% sure that what you are buying is the proper stuff. I know Lipotrim post on their website that you mustn't buy from Ebay x
     
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    Hey I pay£45 too....it is expensive but its so so worth it. I would have been paying that is takeaways for the family and well we are not having any. Men lose it faster anyway so u might not even be on it that long.
    I agree with Su be careful about where u buy it from. Good Luck!

    Lydiaxx
     
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    In Ireland it is €65 (£55) a week for women.
     
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    yes, we pay €65 in Ireland which is £55 , We really are ripped off here. 22£ difference .....ggrrrrr... However i have to say my pharmacy is fantastic, there are two girls who do the weigh ins and they really spend time making sure i'm ok and asking how i got on etc. I'd be cautious buying on line.
     
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    Marie, do they blame it on the shipping costs? That's what usually happens here in Jersey. No a problem with LT though cos I pay £36 same, I think, as everyone in the UK.

    M&S food, however, has our 3% GST and then another 5% for transport costs......bloody nightmare when you think you've got the right money for a sandwich at the till and you've forgotten about the taxes!
     
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    I pay £33 a week here in England and its a private room where we get weighed and speak with the pharmacist so quite good really.
     
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    Hi Sandra, yah shipping cost and also everything is more expensive here. Even clothes from the high street shops always have 30-40% more added on when you do the currency conversion. To give you an idea, For €65 I buy all the food for my hubby for a week including meat and any other household stuff we need. But you know what it's worth it, i'm so happy with myself now. I love that i'm no longer size 16/18 and i feel great. That makes it sooo worth it
     
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