It’s “Thrive DFT,” not “Thrive Patch” (Plus Other Things You Should Know about Le-Vel)

It’s “Thrive DFT,” not “Thrive Patch” (Plus Other Things You Should Know about Le-Vel)

Allright, full disclosure time: I’m a Thriver.

If you’ve stumbled upon this article and don’t know what a Thriver is, let me explain. A Thriver is someone who is committed to improving their health through dedicated goal setting and optimal nutrition, as supported by the Le-Vel Thrive Experience. The Le-Vel Thrive Experience in lifestyle plan that includes daily nutritional supplementation in the form of a three-phase process, made up of capsules, health shakes, and the patented Thrive DFT. Used in tandem, these products help support a range of physical and mental benefits, and can help users achieve wellness goals. Le-Vel also offers other products, and users who wish to earn commissions as independent sellers for Le-Vel can sign up to become Le-Vel Brand Promoters. 

Still with me? Cool. That was just the crash course. If you’re interested in learning more about Le-Vel Thrive (and if you’ve made it this far, I assume you must be interested in learning more), then I can help. From my own experiences as a Le-Vel Thriver I’ve compiled a list of 5 things you should know about Le-Vel and the Thrive Experience:

1. Le-Vel Is a Worldwide Phenomenon

Le-Vel got its start only a decade ago in 2012. Founded by Jason Camper and Paul Gravette (two experienced health-and-wellness experts who are now co-CEOs of the company), it’s grown to encompass more than 10 million customers and promoters in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand (to name only a few). These aren’t just one-and-done, give-it-a-try customers, either, because in less than ten years Le-Vel has managed to earn more than $2 billion in combined sales.

In other words, Le-Vel is kind of a big deal. But big deal, right? The real question is whether it actually works.

2. Le-vel Thrive Reviews Are Almost Universally Positive

If you want to know how effective Le-Vel Thrive is, see what the customers are saying. One of the things that sets the Le-Vel Thrive Experience apart from many other health-and-wellness products is the quality of its user reviews. Overall, Thrive reviews

are extremely positive, boarding on glowing. And I’m not just talking about the reviews on the Le-Vel customer testimonials page, either. Users across social media and independent review sites seem to have pretty positive things to say about their experience with Le-Vel Thrive.

The company also maintains an A+ rating (at the time of this writing) with the Better Business Bureau (BBB). This means that when customers do encounter issues — such as in the unlikely event that there’s a problem with ordering or shipping — Le-Vel takes action to quickly resolve the complaint to the customer’s satisfaction. That right there is pretty special. 

3. You Don’t Have to Be a Promoter to Be a Customer

Le-Vel uses independent sellers to market its products and favorably represent its brand. And these independent contractors have the option to bring in more sellers, earning commission not only on their own sales, but also on the sales of their downline salespeople. This multi-level-marketing (MLM) structure makes some people nervous, because some MLM businesses are really just pyramid schemes in disguise. But even though Le-Vel uses contracted sellers, its focus is on creating and selling an actual, valuable product. Pyramid schemes tend to focus exclusively on bringing in new people.

But guess what? Le-Vel customers don’t have to be brand promoters. Take me, for example. I’ve been a Thriver for more than a year, and I’ve never felt any pressure to become a seller. I believe in the product and I’m glad I use it, but I’m not a salesperson (call me an introvert; I’m much more comfortable in an office than on a showroom floor). So, if you’re interested in trying Le-Vel but don’t want to commit to the life of a promoter, then there’s nothing stopping you.

4. There’s No Such Thing as a “Thrive Patch”

Maybe this is just semantics, or maybe it’s because I’ve always been a sucker for the details, but it’s important to recognize that calling the Thrive DFT a “Thrive Patch” just isn’t accurate. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, here’s a quick rundown: The third step in the Thrive Experience is the Thrive DFT, which is a small foam plaster that you stick on your skin and keep in place for about 24 hours before you replace it. 

These adhesives are a visible part of the Le-Vel brand, and a lot of people, — certain customers included — call them “Thrive Patches.” But Thrive DFT stands for Derma Fusion Technology, and is a new, patented technology that operates differently from traditional patches. Take a stroll through any official Le-Vel documentation and you’ll see that the company itself won’t use the term “Thrive Patch” when describing their products. So, if you want to keep things precise, call it a DFT. 

5. Thrive Benefits Go Beyond Weight Loss

Sometimes the Thrive Experience is described as a “weight-loss program.” And sure, healthy weight management and appetite management are two important benefits (and, incidentally, what drew me to Le-Vel in the first place). But shedding unwanted pounds isn’t the only advantage to the Thrive Lifestyle. 

The Thrive Experience is a multi-prong approach to health, built on the idea of providing users with an optimally balanced nutritional system regimen. Used together and supported by exercise and personal goals, Le-Vel Capsules, shakes, and DFTs offer an improved range of benefits. This includes support for lean-muscle development, joint function, digestion, immune function, circulation, cognitive performance, and (yes), appetite and weight management. And these benefits all come from key vitamins, minerals, and other natural ingredients. 

So, if you’re interested in learning more about Le-Vel, take it from a long-time Thriver: It’s worth trying for yourself. Just keep in mind these 5 points, and pay attention to what your body is telling you — you might find that the Thrive Lifestyle is the one you’ve been looking for. Oh, and do me a favor: Please don’t ever call the Thrive DFT a “Thrive Patch.” 

Christie Lewis
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