Does Skinny Fiber Really Work or is it a Scam?

It is very difficult to find an unbiased review of Skinny Fiber, but here you’ll find out if it really does work or if it’s a scam. I am not promoting it so I have no personal agenda in recommending it. The goal of this review is to give you the facts and let you decide. 


What is Skinny Fiber?

It is basically a “diet” pill that blends together several “all natural” ingredients that are meant to block fat, increase metabolism and curb hunger. Skinny Fiber is not really a fiber supplement contrary to popular belief. There are 3 main ingredients that it’s composed of:

1. Gluccomannan: Basically a plan which contains a lot of fiber. The purpose of this ingredient is to help suppress appetite. When ingested, the Skinny Fiber pill expands in the stomach, giving you the impression that you are full which makes you eat less and thus lose weight.

Additionally gluccomannan has been said to hold health benefits and helps with conditions such as constipation, high cholesterol and even acne. There is however debate on this and no official conclusive evidence to support it. 

2. Caralluma: A plant that is of the cactus family. It is also believed to help with hunger suppression as well as being a natural fat blocker. 

3. Cha de Burge: This is a tree which grows a red fruit that is often used in Brazil for tea and even as a coffee substitute. It is also used to help improve metabolism and with cellulite. Many diet pills in Brazil utilize the Cha de Burge ingredient in their products which does give it a lot credibility. It also provides energy and helps retain water in the body. 

When put together, you get the Skinny Fiber product which consists of pills that you take about 30 minutes prior to eating. In addition to making you feel fuller, it is also said that it helps block fat and raise your metabolism, improves energy and mood. 

But on the flip side, there are no concrete studies being done to support this product. There is really only speculation and a he said, she said type argument. However, one thing that is concrete is the ingredients mentioned above which Skinny Fiber contains which have been proven to work, though some countries have labeled them illegal to use in supplements. 

What are people saying about it? 

It’s difficult to find unbiased reviews on this product. I’ve been doing A LOT of research on it and still can’t find much concrete numbers to support/not support Skinny Fiber. Usually the reviews I find fall into 3 categories:

A) People who promote them. You’ll usually find people raving about it and linking to some dealer. I’d be very careful as these reviews are obviously biased and aimed to sell you the product.

B) People who have tried them and have mixed reviews. Some say it works. Some say it didn’t work for them. So results do vary, that much is certain. One thing that is common is that no exercise is needed when taking Skinny Fiber. 

C) People who have NOT tried it, but speculate it’s dangerous, safe, healthy, expensive, ect… I try to steer clear of speculation so the only really evidence I could find was reviews from people, though that could still be debatable…


  • A lot of positive reviews. 
  • People do say they have lost weight, although results vary.
  • Some users have claimed health improvements after using Skinny Fiber.
  • Does contain ingredients that are used for weight/health benefits.


  • Very expensive. A bottle of Skinny Fiber will run you about $60.
  • No real studies to support the product.
  • There have been people who have said they lost nothing with it.
  • A lot of fraudulent vendors. If you’re going to buy this product, do it from their main website. Amazon does not allow them to be sold. The ones sold there are not the authentic Skinny Fiber.
  • May not be suitable for those taking medication. Consult with your doctor first before trying.

Skinny Fiber Score:

2.5 stars

2.5 stars out of 5. It does work, but there’s way too many “if’s” and not enough evidence to recommend this diet. See #1 rated diet.

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Skinny Fiber: Worth the risk?

Everyone who wants to lose weight is constantly looking for that miracle pill or fast approach to losing weight. Skinny Fiber is the new thing that promises this. And while there are a lot of people who say it works, many of those reviews are from those who are promoting the product, which questions the legitimacy of the review/s. 

What is good about this product is the ingredients mentioned above which have been used in other countries for medicinal purposes as well as helping with weight loss issues. Sold separately, you’d have to pay a lot more for each of these ingredients than if you were to purchase Skinny Fiber which has all of them in one.

This does give credibility to Skinny Fiber, but at the same time there are other ingredients not mentioned about this product which may be questionable. Although it is said to be all natural, that wording is very broad and doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe.

What is certain about this product is that there’s way too many uncertainties to say whether it’s worth using or not. Yes it does work and you can definitely lose weight. But then comes the questions…

  • What happens when you stop taking it? Does the weight all come back? Technically it should. 
  • Where are the studies that support this product? Since it’s still new, we need more time to see if it’s truly the real deal. 
  • Is it safe? Healthy? Ect…

There’s just way too many unanswered questions. The only concrete thing we can truly say about Skinny Fiber is that it’s expensive ($60). Certainly for one bottle it may be worth it, but it does add up quickly and people who have reported positive results say they’ve taken it for months. Skinny Fiber’s main website does offer package deals for this product, but it’s still going to cost you a lot in the long run.

My personal opinion…

There’s just way too many unanswered questions about this product that leave me wondering if it’s worth recommending and in the end, the uncertainty does not lead me to recommend it. In the past, a lot of products that have been marketed as miracles turned out to be hyped, time and time again. Perfect example: Garcinia Cambogia extract

In my experience if it’s too good to be true, it usually is. And the fact that it’s expensive is more so a red flag to me. I would recommend giving this product more time to develop and see if it’s truly safe to try.

You can still go ahead and do it, but I personally don’t recommend it. I would instead recommend this diet. It’s truly natural and doesn’t involve taking any questionable products. You can eat as much as you want and lose a lot of weight. 

If you believe Skinny Fiber is the real deal or hyped, you can share your thoughts below. All the best!

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