SeaThin review

What It Is

Sea_thinSeaThin claims to be the “Original Marine Thermogenic” product on the market. The ingredients in this product are the same as those you find in Fucothin.

Fucothin is manufactured by Garden of Life who was fined by the Federal Trade Commission for making deceptive and false claims.


  • Brown Seaweed
  • Pomegranate Seed Oil

Within brown seaweed there is 5 mg Fucoxanthin, a brownish pigment that gives the seaweed its color. There are a few promising studies on mice that show high levels of Fucoxanthin helped reduce body fat.

However, experts suggest that huge amounts of Fucoxanthin would have to be eaten by humans in order to have noticeable effects, much more than SeaThin contains. No study of the effects brown seaweed has on humans has been done yet.

Pomegranate seed oil is a natural antioxidant. SeaThin claims this ingredient helps increase the thermogenic properties of brown seaweed, but there is no research to back up their claims.

The Company

The SeaThin product doesn’t have any Patent Pending listed with the U.S. Patent Office website, which is odd that they wouldn’t patent something they claim to be original.

The manufacturer also provides misleading information about the effectiveness of their product, citing studies that only involved mice and not humans. There is no credible scientific research to back up claims made by SeaThin’s manufacturers.

Pricing and Guarantee

SeaThin costs $39.95 for 90 soft gels or a 1-month supply. This is a high amount to pay for a product that can’t prove it actually works. Brown seaweed isn’t very expensive, so you are paying more for markup than quality ingredients.

There is nothing on the manufacturer’s website that talks about a guarantee. This should raise some questions about the product. If a company doesn’t back up their product with a guarantee then it is probably because the product isn’t worth buying.

Is It Worth It?

There is no evidence to prove that the ingredients in SeaThin will help achieve weight loss success. With no guarantee to support their claims, it is not recommended that you take SeaThin. There are other diet pills on the market that cost the same and have ingredients that are more promising.

What do we recommend?

You might want to take a look at Proactol Fat Binder – this diet pill can bind up to 28% of your dietary fat intake with no side effects.