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Many women may experience changes in body composition and body weight during menopause. It’s estimated that women can gain an average of 5 pounds throughout the menopause transitional period.

This is an area where TeaTox booster and MenoSlim Tea, both created by supplement and cosmetics company VoomVaya, aim to help.

These menopause weight loss teas are made from natural ingredients and claim to balance low estrogen levels to address the root cause of menopause weight loss.

While it might sound like an easy fix, we don’t recommend using TeaTox or MenoSlim Tea. There isn’t enough data that the ingredients will help with menopausal weight gain. The brand also uses marketing language to make claims that can’t be backed up, and the teas are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Here’s more information as well as alternative menopause weight loss methods to try.

A note on language

You’ll notice that the language used to share stats and other data points is pretty binary, fluctuating between the use of “female” and “women.”

Although we typically avoid language like this, specificity is key when reporting on research participants and clinical findings.

Unfortunately, the studies and surveys referenced in this article didn’t report data on, or include, participants who were transgender, nonbinary, gender nonconforming, genderqueer, agender, or genderless.

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MenoSlim and TeaTox are two products created and sold by VoomVaya, a company that specializes in a range of supplements and cosmetics formulated specifically for those going through menopause.

TeaTox is a 14-day booster that claims to kickstart your weight loss. After that, the company recommends drinking MenoSlim Tea every day to help you maintain your weight.

MenoSlim Tea is VoomVaya’s menopause weight loss tea. This product claims to:

  • help detox and flush out toxins
  • help accelerate natural fat burning
  • help reduce bloating
  • relieve hot flashes, night sweats, and mood swings

MenoSlim is marketed to help balance hormones and boost your body’s metabolism.

The tea comes in three flavors:

  • lemon and lime
  • acai berry
  • apple cinnamon

The TeaTox booster is made with several herbs. The company claims that the booster resets your metabolism, resets your hormones, and restores your “WOW!”

MenoSlim tea is designed for those going through menopause. VoomVaya asserts that weight gain is common during menopause and is correlated with low estrogen levels.

One of the major keys to effective menopausal weight loss is to balance the low estrogen levels, but most common weight loss solutions don’t do this. That’s how MenoSlim Tea claims to be different.

VoomVaya recommends speaking with your doctor prior to starting either tea if you:

  • have estrogen dominance
  • have a family history of cancer
  • have been treated for breast cancer or any other hormone dependent cancer
  • take any prescription medications
  • have a medical condition

Since these products are created for those experiencing menopause, they should not be consumed by:

  • those who aren’t vagina owners
  • children
  • those who are pregnant or breastfeeding

For a one-time purchase, MenoSlim Tea costs $49 per pouch, plus $7.95 shipping. Alternatively, customers can subscribe and receive 20% off. TeaTox costs $19 (plus shipping) for a one-time purchase.

VoomVaya also provides a 60-day money-back guarantee for all products.

MenoSlim claims to work by including ingredients that balance low estrogen levels and burn fat. However, there’s no evidence that MenoSlim is effective for either.

MenoSlim claims that, by using clinically studied ingredients that help balance low estrogen levels (a factor that may contribute to menopausal weight gain), they’re able to target the underlying issue. According to the company, these ingredients are designed to support the body’s target weight long term.

VoomVaya claims that a 14-day TeaTox will “kickstart” weight loss. The brand instructs users to brew one TeaTox tea bag in a cup of hot water for 5 minutes, and drink it every morning for the next 14 days.

Again, there’s no evidence that this product is effective or safe for promoting weight loss during menopause.

After that, the company claims that you should drink one cup of MenoSlim Tea each day for as long as you want to remain at your target weight.

According to the directions, you should brew one tea bag for 5 to 7 minutes and drink at any time of day. The company also mentions that MenoSlim must be combined with good lifestyle choices, such as exercise and a balanced diet.

However, it should be noted that the most effective way to lose weight is to either create a calorie deficit by burning more calories through physical activity or by consuming fewer calories overall. Drinking tea is generally not an effective or safe way to lose weight at any age.

While MenoSlim is designed to be taken long term, VoomVaya recommends no more than one 14-day TeaTox every 3 months. VoomVaya doesn’t specify why this is.


TeaTox is made with the following ingredients:

  • senna leaf, which is supposed to flush out your body
  • dandelion leaf, which is supposed to reduce bloating and promote the breakdown of fat and cholesterol
  • cardamom, which is supposed to help burn more fat
  • matcha, which is supposed to help the body burn more fat during the day
  • pu’er (a black tea), which is supposed to help increase metabolism and reduce body weight
  • ginkgo leaf, which is supposed to improve brain fog
  • eleuthero root, which is supposed to rebalance hormone levels
  • black cohosh, which is supposed to reduce hot flashes and mood swings
  • hibiscus flavor for taste

MenoSlim Tea

To balance low estrogen levels, MenoSlim Tea is composed of two groups of ingredients. Group A is the fat burning ingredients:

  • cardamom
  • dandelion leaf
  • matcha
  • rooibos, which is supposed to support the body’s natural fat metabolism

In group B, MenoSlim includes estrogen support ingredients:

  • black cohosh
  • ginkgo leaf
  • licorice root, which is supposed to help reduce hot flashes and give a more balanced hormone supply

According to Robin Foroutan, MS, RDN, some of these ingredients aren’t too far off.

“Dandelion tea can actually be really helpful for those who retain fluid, and so from that perspective, it is supportive of detoxification since it helps with kidney and lymphatic functions,” Foroutan says.

Foroutan explains, however, that she recommends dandelion as a single batch herb or tincture. She also recommends purchasing it fresh and boiling it to make a stronger tea.

“As for black cohosh and ginkgo leaf, the concentration you’d get in a blended tea is not likely to be strong enough to get a benefit, so it’s not likely to help with menopausal symptoms,” she says. “These herbs can be very helpful in many cases, but not all parts of the plant function the same.”

This is especially true for MenoSlim, as the amount of black cohosh found to be effective for certain menopausal symptoms (160 mg/day) is nowhere near the amount found in MenoSlim.

Foroutan says the dosing and strength of the herbs also matter, so it’s always best to work with a health professional who has in-depth knowledge about herbs and how to use them safely and effectively.

According to the brand’s product page, the “vast majority of women do not report many issues” while drinking TeaTox or MenoSlim.

However, many of the ingredients found in the product can cause side effects. For example, senna leaf, one of the many ingredients found in TeaTox, can cause side effects, like abdominal cramps and electrolyte imbalance.

Long term use of senna leaf can lead to a cathartic colon, causing diarrhea, cramps, and weight loss.

VoomVaya states that the most common side effects include:

  • mild stomachaches
  • headaches
  • nausea
  • mild diarrhea

The company recommends brewing your tea bag for 1 to 2 minutes instead of 5 to 7 minutes and gradually increasing as your body adjusts.

It should be noted that these recommendations aren’t coming from medical experts, so you should consult your doctor prior to starting either product.

With that being said, these products may not be appropriate for people with certain medical conditions, like breast cancer. If you’re taking certain medications, you may want to avoid MenoSlim and TeaTox.

Chances are, MenoSlim and TeaTox won’t really work. You might see an initial weight loss, but the ingredients used in MenoSlim probably aren’t strong enough to help with menopausal symptoms.

There’s no evidence that slimming teas, like MenoSlim and TeaTox, promote safe, sustainable weight loss long term. The only way to promote healthy weight loss is through diet and lifestyle changes that create a calorie deficit.

What’s more, MenoSlim is not approved by the FDA. The FDA warns consumers that many slimming teas contain laxatives or diuretics. These ingredients can potentially lead to health complications.

There’s no evidence that TeaTox and MenoSlim are effective or safe.

The company’s U.S. office is based out of Houston, Texas. There are also locations in Canada and China. VoomVaya’s online shop offers a complete range of nature-powered supplements and cosmetics specifically for those experiencing menopause.

While the company doesn’t have a presence on common review sites such as TrustPilot or the Better Business Bureau, curated reviews on VoomVaya’s website are generally positive, with customers reporting fewer hot flashes and bloating after using MenoSlim Tea.

However, reviews posted on the website are most likely chosen by the company.

Instead of MenoSlim or TeaTox, which most likely won’t help with weight loss, you can try drinking green tea or herbal tea.

Green tea

There’s evidence suggesting that green tea can decrease your weight and your body fat.

Green tea contains a high antioxidant content including epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), a substance that can boost your metabolism. EGCG can also increase levels of hormones that tell fat cells to break down fat, releasing more energy and making it available as energy.

Green tea may also:

  • boost your metabolic rate
  • increase fat burning, especially during exercise
  • can help you lose fat

Herbal teas

Similarly, research suggests that herbal teas, such as rooibos tea, ginger tea, or rosehip tea, may help with weight reduction and fat loss. However, more research is needed — particularly human studies.

Of course, regular exercise and a balanced diet can also help you lose or maintain your weight. You should work with a healthcare professional who can advise you on the best diet and exercise program to reach your goals.

Lifestyle changes

While green and herbal teas may assist with weight loss, drinking a specific tea isn’t necessarily going to cause you to lose weight. The most effective way to lose weight is to create a calorie deficit and exercise regularly.

Other methods that can help promote weight loss include relieving stress and getting restful, quality sleep.

If you still want to try the TeaTox and MenoSlim products, keep in mind that there’s no evidence the teas will help with weight loss.

However, you shouldn’t expect to keep any weight off long term. Additionally, consider working with a healthcare professional to get their advice.

What does MenoSlim tea do?

MenoSlim Tea claims to help people experiencing menopause lose weight by balancing low estrogen levels and including fat-burning ingredients.

Does MenoSlim tea help you lose weight?

MenoSlim tea claims to help those going through menopause lose weight. However, there’s no evidence that the ingredients will help with safe, sustainable weight loss long term.

Is MenoSlim tea safe?

MenoSlim tea ingredients probably won’t help with menopausal symptoms. They’re also not safe for everyone.

There are no studies that investigate the safety or side effects of these products. Meanwhile, certain herbs that are found in MenoSlim and TeaTox may cause dangerous side effects and can interact with certain medications.

TeaTox and MenoSlim Tea are marketed to help with menopause weight loss. At the end of the day, although these teas are possibly safe for most healthy people for short term use, they’re probably not effective in promoting weight control long term.

Instead of a slimming tea, try drinking green tea or herbal tea in combination with a balanced diet and regular exercise.

Hailey Hudson is a full-time freelance writer and content marketer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. She focuses in the health, marketing, and education industries. Clients include Livestrong, Runner’s World, Dell, and others. Hailey is also a novelist and a musician.