We have to admit we'd never even heard of the Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patch until a site user contacted us and asked for a review. We can probably be forgiven our ignorance though. The patches appear to be mainly marketed in Asia and the majority of sites selling the product, such as lazada.com.ph, are based in the Philippines.
This does not fill us with confidence. The quality of weight loss products produced in Asian factories is usually very low and we have encountered many diet pills made in Asia that contained undisclosed ingredients and dangerous drugs.
Although there are a few rogue items in circulation, weight loss products made in Europe and America are usually produced to much higher standards and are less likely to cause harm than cheap and nasty Asian equivalents.
What is the Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patch and How Do They Work?
The amount of information available on most sites is very sparse, but one site describes the product as an “electrostatic physio therapeutic plaster that is mainly applicable to the crowds with big-bellied waist and abdomen, bloated and hypertrophy lower limbs, etc”.
The Merriam Webster online dictionary states the word “physiotherapeutic” is used to refer to something that relates to physical therapy. Judging by Wikipedia's explanation of “physical therapy”, a plaster or belly patch will not be able to achieve this, and physical therapy providers do not offer their services to people who need to lose weight.
Electrostatics is a branch of physics that involves slow-moving electric charges, so we have no idea how that could apply to a belly patch either.
However, belly patches generally contain ingredients that are similar to those used in diet pills. When people take pills the ingredients have to digested before they enter the blood stream and can get to work. It's effective, but the digestive enzymes rob the ingredients of much of their power. Patches deliver their ingredients through the skin and this method allows the ingredients to keep nearly all of their natural potency.
What Are Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patches Made Of
Most of the sites selling the product fail to say what ingredients the patches contain. We found one site that provides a list of ingredients, but we have no way of knowing how accurate the list is, no inclusion rates are provided, and the list does not appear to be complete.
- Jojoba oil
- Green tea powder
- Evening primrose oil
- Cocoa butter
- Peppermint oil
- Jasmine oil
- Garcinia cambogia oil
- Essential oils
- Loadstone far infrared
- Electrostatic charge electrets PTFE membrane
- Functional fabric Non-Woven
- Hot melt pressure sensitive adhesive
- Release paper
- And others.
Items 1 to 10 are natural ingredients that are often used in diet pills. Garcinia cambogia and green tea are the two that probably have the most to offer.
Garcinia cambogia fruit extracts contain hydroxycitric acid, which has the ability to suppress the appetite and prevent the body from creating fresh stores of fat. Green tea is rich in antioxidants and polyphenols that have proved to be effective for accelerating the metabolism and triggering thermogenic fat burning.
Item 11 (resin) could be almost anything at all and “essential oils” is hardly specific. We found a list that contains more than 90 of them. The other ingredients that are supposedly used in Kiyeski Plasters (items 13 to 17) are unknown to us and item 18 (and others) only serves to give us greater concerns about this product because there is no way of knowing how many “others” are involved or what they are likely to be.
[box type=”info” align=”” class=”” width=””]Usage Instructions – We were unable to find any usage directions, but patches of this nature are usually affixed to the belly and left in place for a period of six to eight hours.[/box]
Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patch Customer Feedback
A few of the sites selling the product have a few brief statements that are attributed to satisfied customers, but most of them are praising the dispatch speed and deliver time. We were unable to find any Kiyeski Plasters customer reviews posted at reliable and unbiased sources.
Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patch Side Effects
No side effects are mentioned in the marketing material, but that's not surprising because it's in keeping with the general lack of information about Kiyeski Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patches.
The most obvious side effect is likely to be skin irritation, but we have no way knowing for sure what ingredients the patches contain. It's never wise to purchase and use products that have unknown ingredients, and anyone who does so would be foolish to begin using the plasters without showing the box to their doctor and getting some expert advice.
Where To Buy Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patch
Most of the websites selling Kiyeski belly patches are based in the Philippines, but we also found a site in Malaysia that is marketing the product. The average price appears to be between $1 and $5 per 10-plaster box.
Kiyeski Plasters are not backed by a money back guarantee.
The Bottom Line
We are unsure where this product is made, some of the marketing claims are nonsense, and a reliable ingredient profile is not provided. The Kiyeski Slimming Belly Patch is one of the worst products we have reviewed to date.
The only good thing about it is the formulation might contain garcinia cambogia and green tea. So, although diet patch technology is very advanced these days, there is no way on earth we can recommend this product. If you are searching for a safe and efficient way to lose weight, Kiyeski Plasters should be considered strictly no go.