Kiyeski Belly Patch Review – Positives and Negatives
Kiyeski Plasters is a diet patch that appears to be made somewhere in Asia.
The product is only marketed via independently-run online stores, most of which are based in the Philippines.
We were unable to find a manufacturer’s website or any information about the company that manufactures and distributes the patches, so our first impression of this product is not good.
Kiyeski Belly Patch Benefits
The level of benefits promised varies from one online store to the next, but some of the claims made for the product include:
- One of the safest rapid weight loss products on the market
- Has no side effects
- Controls your hunger without pills
- Helps manage excess fat around abdomen, thighs, waist, and buttocks
- Blocks the absorption of dietary fats and starch
- Easy to use and gets to work fast
- Detoxifies the body
- Regulates the endocrine systems
- Promotes healthy bowels movements
- Relaxes and activates the meridians
- Improves microcirculation
- Builds a healthy body
- See results in only four weeks
Method of Action
Diet patches normally contain a formulation of ingredients that is similar to that of diet pills.
The only difference is the delivery method. When people take pills the active ingredients are digested in the stomach and then absorbed into the blood.
Diet pill technology is very advanced these days, but the problem is the digestive enzymes are so harsh they can reduce diet pill ingredient potency. Diet patches utilize a process called dermal absorption.
The ingredients sink into the skin and are picked up by the blood. Most of the natural potency is retained. This kind of method has proved to be very effective with nicotine replacement patches and it works well with diet patches too, but not all patches are capable of delivering good results.
This can be due to poor patch design (does not keep the formulation close to the skin), the presence of ingredients (usually in the resin) that block the absorption process, or poor quality ingredients.
Key Ingredients and Blend Potential
We only found one online store that provides a list of ingredients. Presuming it is accurate, Kiyeski Plasters contain:
- Green tea powder
- Garcinia cambogia oil
- Evening primrose oil
- Jojoba oil
- Cocoa butter
- Peppermint oil
- Jasmine oil
- Essential oils
Green tea is a proven fat burner so, if there is enough included, and it can successfully penetrate the skin, it’s presence here has value.
Garcinia cambogia is also a good ingredient because the hydroxycitric acid it contains helps kill hunger urges and prevents the body from generating new stores of fat.
Carnitine also stands out as being a good ingredient because it boosts the metabolism and helps the body to burn calories faster, but the rest of the ingredients are unlikely to contribute significant benefits.
The patches also contain a number of ingredients we are not familiar with, but are probably used in the body of the patches and to help glue them to the skin.
- Loadstone far infrared
- Electrostatic charge electrets PTFE membrane
- Functional fabric Non-Woven
- Hot melt pressure sensitive adhesive
[info]How to Use – The sites selling Kiyeski Plasters do not say how the product is supposed to be used, but belly patches normally contain a glue-like substance that allows them to be stuck to the front of the stomach and they are generally left in place for six to eight hours per day.[/info]
Kiyeski Belly Patch Customer Comments
We were unable to find any Kiyeski Plasters customer reviews. On the one hand that is good, because nobody is saying anything bad. But on the other hand it means there is no feedback about how well the patches have performed in the past and/or what kind of side effects they have caused.
Kiyeski Belly Patch Side Effects
Bearing in mind the fact the patches may contain unknown ingredients, it would be very unwise for anyone to use this product without a prior consultation with their doctor.
Where to Buy Kiyeski Belly Patch
It is possible to buy Kiyeski Plasters from a number of online stores based in Asia, including Lezada and Lelong. Each box contains 10 patches and normally retails for $1 to $5.
There is no money back guarantee.
We have a lot of respect for diet patches and realize they can be a very good option for people who have a problem swallowing pills or find it difficult to remember to take several doses per day.
However, Kiyeski Plasters is not one of the better options and, although it could be seen as being cheap and cheerful, it is more likely to be cheap and nasty.
Asian slimming products generally fall short of the quality standards that are in place in Europe and the US and sometimes contain dangerous ingredients. Kiyeski Plasters is produced by a company that has no official online presence and does not offer any form of customer support.
There is a lack of information about how the product is supposed to be used, no information about how it is likely to deliver the promised results, the list of ingredients may not be accurate, and there are no customer reviews. If you are searching for a good diet patch we suggest you try elsewhere.