The last sample I tried from the Savvy Sampler package was an odd envelope of Re-Body. I say odd because I couldn’t tell what the product was until I opened it. Unfamiliar with the product, all I knew was that it was supposed to reduce hunger. A coupon was the only literature with it, and it states that should be take for a minimum of 8 weeks for best results.
Um, I won’t buy it if I can’t tell that it works right away.
Anyway, the sample was a small foil pack that said to take by mouth. The coupon was for chews and caps, so when I felt the foil pack but didn’t feel something like a pill, I wasn’t sure what to do. Was I getting a liquid to mix with water? I ripped off the top and found a cream (!) Pastel orange, smelling like St. Joseph’s Baby Aspirin. My mom used to crush those into orange juice for us when we were small.
I ate the cream; it was like pudding, though it was thinner in consistency. I don’t expect to use it again. I didn’t detect appetite suppression. I didn’t taste the proprietary saffron extract. I don’t how Re-Body was Natural or Savvy. I was confused by it.