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Anti-Itch Detox Slimming Capsule💗

Anti-Itch Detox Slimming Capsule💗

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Anti-Itch Detox Slimming Capsule💗

Anti-Itch Detox Slimming Capsule💗

Regular price $19.99
Regular price $19.99 Sale price $39.98
SAVE 50% Sold out

Product Specification

  • Product Name:  Slimming Capsule Suppository
  • Net Content: 10 capsules per box
  • Recommended Dosage: 1 capsule per day
  • Shelf Life: 3 years
  • Key Ingredients: Gallnut essential oil, Gallnut essential oil, Sunflower seed oil
  • Functions:
  1. Boosts metabolism
  2. Enhances calorie burning
  3. Supports weight management
  4. Suppresses appetite
  5. Aids in body detoxification
  6. Provides relief from itching
  • Suitable for:
  1. Weight management purposes
  2. Appetite control
  3. Body detoxification
  4. Individuals seeking relief from itching associated with weight loss or management


  • What is the anti-itching detox slimming suppository?

The anti-itching detox slimming suppository is a type of suppository that is designed to help with weight loss, detoxification, and relieving itching in the genital area.

  • How does the anti-itching detox slimming suppository work?

The suppository contains a blend of natural ingredients that are designed to help support weight loss, detoxification, and relieve itching in the genital area. The suppository is inserted into the vagina, where it dissolves and releases its active ingredients.

  • What are the ingredients in the suppository?

The suppository contains natural ingredients such as gallnuts, cornus essential oil and sunflower seed oil. These ingredients are chosen for their ability to support weight loss, detoxification, and relieve itching in the genital area.

  • How often should I use the suppository?

The recommended dose is once per day.

  • Are there any side effects to using the suppository?

The suppository is generally safe and well-tolerated.

  • How long does it take to see results with the Slimming Suppository?

A9: Results may vary, but many users report seeing visible results within a few weeks of consistent use. Consistent use as per the recommended guidelines, along with a healthy lifestyle, can support weight management goals.

  • Can the Slimming Suppository be used by individuals under the age of 18?

The Slimming Suppository is intended for use by adults. It is not recommended for individuals under the age of 18 without the guidance and supervision of a healthcare professional.

  • Can the Slimming Suppository be used during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?

It is advisable to avoid using the Slimming Suppository during pregnancy or while breastfeeding, as the effects of the key ingredients on pregnant women or nursing infants have not been extensively studied. It is best to consult with a healthcare professional for appropriate recommendations during this period.

  • Are there any restrictions or contraindications for using the Slimming Suppository?

The Slimming Suppository is not recommended for use by pregnant or breastfeeding women. It is also important to consult with a healthcare professional if you have any underlying medical conditions or are taking any medications.

  • When is the recommended time to use the Slimming Suppository?

SLIMFUSE™ Slimming Suppository is recommended to be used at night before bedtime.

  • Will using the Slimming Suppository at night affect my sleep?

The Slimming Suppository is designed to be non-stimulating, which means it should not interfere with your sleep patterns. However, individual responses may vary, and if you experience any sleep disturbances, it is advisable to discontinue use and consult with a healthcare professional.

  • Is the Slimming Suppository suitable for individuals who have undergone a hysterectomy?

It is not recommended to use for individuals who have undergone a hysterectomy. Individuals who have undergone a hysterectomy should consult with their healthcare professional before using the Slimming Suppository.

  • Is the Slimming Suppository suitable for individuals with diabetes?

Of course. It does not have an impact on diabetes.

  • Is the slimming capsulesuitable for individuals experiencing menopause?

SLIMFUSE™ slimming suppository can be used by individuals experiencing menopause.


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