There are plenty of positive reviews of Thrive DFT patches, but are there any negative Thrive DFT patch side effects?
The Le-Vel Thrive Experience is a unique approach to health and wellness that has earned some serious attention within the past eight years. In fact, since the founding of the Le-Vel brand back in 2012, the Thrive Experience has helped the company generate over $2 billion in sales, and has expanded to include over 10 million customers and brand promoters, worldwide.
With the promise of improving nutrition and helping users look, feel, and focus better, the Thrive Experience consists of three different products: the Lifestyle Capsule, the Lifestyle Shake Mix, and the DFT Patch. These delivery systems are designed to help ensure that users are getting the right nutrients, right when their bodies need them. But while capsules and nutrition shakes are pretty common throughout the industry, the Thrive DFT patch is turning heads and generating some very interesting queries.
Specifically, what is the Thrive DFT patch, how does it work, and are there any associated Le-Vel Thrive side effects?
What Is Le-Vel Thrive DFT?
DFT (Derma Fusion Technology; also called the Thrive Patch) is designed to adhere to the user’s skin. You can think of it as a sticker, except that it does more than just look nice. According to the Le-Vel website, Thrive DFT is “designed to infuse the derma (skin) with [Le-Vel’s] unique, premium grade THRIVE Lifestyle Formula, and to result in a delivery rate benefiting the individual over an extended period of time.”
The Thrive DFT is an easy solution that users can apply and forget as they go about their day. One patch provides nutrients for up to 24 hours, after which it should be discarded and replaced.
How does thrive DFT work?
Whether you’re taking a shot, swallowing a pill, or eating food, the end goal of these various delivery methods is the same: to get nutrients into your body, where they can be carried all throughout the body. The Thrive patch is no different. Why go to the trouble? Well, the idea is that the body needs the right nutrition all the time; not just during meals and when you ingest your vitamins. When used in conjunction with the rest of the Thrive Experience, the patch is designed to ensure that the user is getting the right nutrition, in the right amounts throughout the day.
So now that we understand the theory behind the patch, what about the side effects?
Le-Vel Thrive side effects: DFT
The first thing to consider when discussing possible Thrive DFT patch side effects is the patch itself. Patches have been used for years as a delivery method, and the overall technology is well proven. However, there are certain directions and precautions a user should follow when applying them.
For example, repeatedly applying patches to the same section of skin may lead to skin irritation. Additionally, people who have allergies to certain adhesives should be careful to discuss the patch with their doctor before use; irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) and allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) are both rare, but can cause discomfort in the form of localised redness, itchiness, or swelling.
As for the formula used in Le-Vel DFT, being aware of the ingredients is the first step to avoiding potential side effects.
Le-Vel DFT ingredients include:
- Green coffee extract
- White willow bark
- Garcinia Cambogia
- Coenzyme Q10
- Aloe Vera
Each of these ingredients has been proven safe for use, particularly in the amounts present in the Thrive patch. That said, some people do suffer from allergies, and should review the ingredient list with their doctor if there are any concerns about suffering from an allergic reaction.
Aside from allergies, the green coffee extract may lead to certain side effects, including sleeplessness, anxiety, and headaches; though this is only likely to occur in users with above-average sensitivity to caffeine, as the Thrive patch does not contain enough on its own to have this affect. In fact, a large number of Le-Vel Thrive reviews report that the Thrive Experience helps calm anxiety and promote more restful sleep.
Finally, ForsLean is a natural dietary supplement used to promote healthy weight loss. It is derived from the Coleus forskohlii plant, and has been subjected to rigorous clinical studies. These tests concluded that ForsLean is safe and without danger of side effects when used at recommended doses.
The Thrive DFT patch offers an outside-the-box solution to consistent daily nutrition. But while the delivery method may be unique, the potential for side effects is no greater than that of other, natural supplements. The bottom line is this: If you’re interested in experiencing the patch for yourself, you’ve reviewed the ingredient list with your doctor, and you’re committed to using the product as directed, the chances of you encountering any negative Thrive supplements side effects are very slim.
Helen Bradfield did her degree in psychology at the University of Edinburgh. She has an ongoing interest in mental health and well-being.
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