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SkinnyFit 28 Day Teatox is a daily tea cleanse program that is touted by many people as a way to rid the body of toxins and lose weight.

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SkinnyFit Tea Summary

SkinnyFit 28 Day Teatox is a daily tea cleanse program that is touted by many people as a way to rid the body of toxins and lose weight. With proven ingredients such as Sencha green tea and oolong tea, it shows promise, although it also contains a few ingredients that don’t possess the same backed research proving they can help with weight loss.

In order to buy one bag of this tea, you do need to put it on a monthly subscription, which may be inconvenient and is unique in this field, however they do offer a 30-day money back guarantee even if you already open and use the product. Read on to learn more…

When to take this tea

SkinnyFit Tea contains caffeine (17.98mg per serving compared to 95mg in one cup of coffee), therefore it’s best not to consume this tea too late at night. The company suggests that you have one cup about 30 minutes before breakfast, and then you can also enjoy another cup later in the afternoon or before a workout. Refrain from using this tea any later than a few hours before bedtime.


Users expressed liking the taste of this tea which contains peach powder and Stevia, giving it a slightly sweet, fruity flavor.

Easy to Use?

Yes, this tea comes in convenient teabags that can simply be placed in a cup of hot water. Steep each teabag for 5-7 minutes than enjoy. You can drink this tea hot or iced.

Side Effects?

The company states that side effects from this tea are rare, but if you experience any then you should discontinue use of the tea immediately and consult your physician. According to the company, “the information and suggestions of SkinnyFit.me are not intended to replace the consultation of your doctor and should not be relied upon as an alternative to the advice of your healthcare professional.”


Green Tea and Oolong Tea – But How Much?

SkinnyFit Tea contains green tea and oolong tea – two of the best teas as shown in studies to help with weight loss, except it doesn’t show on the label how much of each tea is used in each serving.

Green tea contains both caffeine and powerful antioxidants known as catechins. The particular green tea used in this formula – sencha green tea – contains a high concentration of these catechins to help protect the body from free radicals.1 Both the caffeine and the catechins (most importantly EGCG), work together to increase your metabolism to burn more fat. 2

The SkinnyFit Tea blend also contains oolong tea, which studies show helps to decrease body fat by boosting metabolism. In one 2009 study, this tea showed promising results for helping to prevent obesity. 3

The only problem with the addition of these ingredients as mentioned above is that you are left wondering, how much of each is in each serving of tea? According to one peer-reviewed study, 600-900mg of tea catechins per day was a good amount to burn fat and lose weight. 4

SkinnyFit Tea also contains ginseng, which may also help to boost energy and metabolism to help with weight loss. 5

Suppresses Appetite and Promotes Satiety

SkinnyFit Tea also contains guarana, which is a fruit the size of a coffee bean that contains caffeine and has stimulant properties. Guarana contains theobromine which aids in suppressing appetite and controlling how many calories you eat. 6

This tea also contains ingredients that may help you stay full. The blend includes celery leaf, which has a lot of water and fiber in it to help you feel full and prevent cravings between meals. 7

The tea also contains lemongrass, which some sources say may also help to keep you full. However, other research shows that it may not contain enough effective properties to have an effect on weight loss. 8

Cleanses Your Body with Diuretic Properties

SkinnyFit Tea also includes ingredients that help to cleanse the body and drop water weight, including dandelion leaf and nettle leaf.

Dandelion leaf in particular is a diuretic that can stimulate more urine production, allowing excess fluid to leave your body tissues. 9 However, since this ingredient is a mild laxative it may cause some potentially negative side effects including diarrhea, heartburn or stomach inflammation. 10

Another potential diuretic in this tea, nettle leaf, may help to cleanse your body by ridding it of metabolic waste. The reduction of stored waste in muscle tissue and in your lymphatic system may allow your body to function better. However, no official studies have been done to test the effect of nettle leaf on weight loss.11

Price and Money Back Guarantee


One bag available for SUBSCRIPTION ONLY: $47.95 + shipping for 28 servings or $1.71 per serving

Two bags available for Subscription OR One Time Purchase: $89.95 + shipping or $1.61 per serving

Three bags available for Subscription OR One Time Purchase: $123.95 + shipping or $1.46 per serving

Money Back Guarantee?: Yes

This company does something interesting with their pricing, which in our opinion is not favorable. In order to purchase only one bag of SkinnyFit Tea (which is a bit high in the market at $1.71 per serving), you have to place it on a monthly subscription. That means they will continue to charge your card each month unless you cancel, which may be inconvenient.

If you are willing to dish out a lot more money in one shot, they have one time purchasing available if you buy two bags together or three bags together.

Despite the unique buying options, the company does offer a money back guarantee on their product, which is rare in this field, meaning that you can try the product for up to 30 days and still get your money back if you don’t like it by emailing or calling the company.

SkinnyFit Tea Conclusion

SkinnyFit 28 Day Teatox contains some promising ingredients that have been proven to help you lose weight, with the two most important ingredients being green tea and oolong tea. However, the label does not state how much of each ingredient is in each serving – leaving you wondering if it’s an ideal amount for weight loss.

While there are some other great ingredients in this tea, including ginseng and guarana, there are also a few ingredients without as much evidence to support weight loss including nettle leaf and lemongrass.

In general, many people liked the taste of this tea and the energy boost they got from using it. User reviews on the company website showed that people have lost weight by using this tea daily; however, you do have to put it on a monthly subscription service if you only get one bag, and the price is a little steep. The company does offer a 30-day money back guarantee though which is a definite plus.

If you are considering this weight loss tea, make sure you check other tea reviews on this site first and also compare features of each tea so you can find the one that’s perfect for you.


  • http://www.livestrong.com/article/351244-sencha-tea-health-benefits/
  • https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19597519
  • http://www.wulongforlife.com/green-tea-vs-oolong-tea/
  • https://www.researchgate.net/publication/284172099_Mechanisms_of_Body_Weight_Reduction_and_Metabolic_Syndrome_Alleviation_by_Tea
  • https://www.authorityweight.com/foods-and-herbs/is-ginseng-good-for-weight-loss-what-science-says
  • http://www.progressivehealth.com/how-guarana-can-help-with-weight-loss.htm
  • http://www.naturalhealingmagazine.com/how-does-celery-tea-help-you-lose-weight-see-the-recipe/
  • http://www.livestrong.com/article/230646-how-to-lose-weight-with-lemon-grass/
  • http://www.progressivehealth.com/dandelion-water-retention.htm
  • http://www.livestrong.com/article/312630-side-effects-of-drinking-dandelion-root-tea/
  • http://www.livestrong.com/article/221133-weight-loss-nettle-tea/



1Nutritional and Price Source: https://www.skinnyfit.com/back-in-stock/#pricing-table Accessed 7/6/17.