Reduced Bloated StomachAdd to Cart
The Hibiscus Sabdariffa, also known as Roselle, is used to reduce water retention. It is also a metabolism booster, leading to increase calorie burning and supporting your weight loss efforts.
Say Goodbye to Mindless Snacking & Say Hello to Better Portion ControlAdd to Cart
Specially formulated tablets with PATENTED Bio technology, designed to reduce water retention, providing relief from uncomfortable bloating. Also, added the benefit of curbing your appetite. With reduced cravings and a feeling of satiety, you will find yourself reaching for snack less often. Leading you towards your weight loss goals.
24/7 Fat BurningAdd to Cart
RIN contain green tea & L-carnitine, they are known for fat burning properties. Green tea, a natural antioxidant powerhouse, not only supports overall health but also help boost metabolism, assisting your body in burning calories more efficiently. Combined with L-Carnitine, RIN provide the extra push you need to enhance fat burning effect.
Prevent Unwanted Fat AccumulationAdd to Cart
The Garcinia Atroviridus containing 50% Hydroxycitric Acid (HCA), provide a unique feeling of fullness, make it easier to curb your appetite and consume fewer calories. The HCA content aids in inhibiting the enzyme responsible for converting excess carbohydrates into fat.
Block the Absorption of CarbohydratesAdd to Cart
RIN contain Phaselous Vulgaris, a natural compounds that inhibit the enzyme responsible for breaking down carbohydrates into simple sugars during digestion process. The alpha-amylase interfere with this process, to reduce the amount of carbohydrate that are digested and absorbed by the body. As a result, fewer carbohydrates are available for conversion into glucose, and decreased potential for excess glucose converted into fat.
Gentle DetoxAdd to Cart
Cassia Angustifolia, a natural herb to relieve constipation and promote healthy bowel movements. Our client experienced weight loss of 1.1kg after consuming one box of RIN for 15 days. It's important to note that individual results may vary, as many factors contribute to weight loss outcomes, including diet, exercise and individual metabolism.