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In brief, What is Dual Action Cleanse?
Dual Action Cleanse is a product that proudly bills itself, ‘As Seen on TV’. The infomercial features Klee Irwin, a man described on their website as a ‘leading nutraceutical expert’, and presumably the formulator of the product. Unfortunately there are some articles available elsewhere on the internet that do not describe Irwin in a favourable way, which will leave some consumers very sceptical of his product.
The Dual Action Cleanse website describes the product very clearly, and provides a lot of information for the prospective consumer. It shows video testimonials (apparently taken from the infomercial) as well as written, and has a full FAQ section. The cleanse focuses on being a detox tool rather than a weight loss product although it does mention that the user can expect to lose some weight as a natural side effect of detoxification. The company does not show any returns or exchange policies clearly and doesn’t appear to have a money back guarantee.
Details Of Dual Action Cleanse
There is so much information regarding the Dual Action Cleanse that it may be overwhelming to some people, but the product itself is quite simple to take.
It consists of two parts, The Total Body Purifier and the Colon Clear. There is also the option of purchasing the maximizer pack which has three separate products; the Energy Boost, which includes a vitamin B complex, the Essential Health Oil, a blend of essential fatty acids Omega 3, 6 and 9 and finally the Fiber compensator, a citrus flavored powder containing psyllium husk. The maximizer pack can be purchased separately or together with the original Dual Action Cleanse. Of course it is recommended that the maximizer be used for optimum results.
The Total Body Purifier is a mix of 33 cleansing herbs such as milk thistle, red clover and beet root. It has kelp, a seaweed, to boost the metabolism and the effect of the product is to purify the blood and remove toxins from the body. It is to be taken twice a day, preferably in the morning and evening. The product can be taken on a regular basis with no pauses.
The Colon Clear on the other hand, is to be taken on a 30 days on/ 30 days off schedule. This might be because it contains cascara sagrada, which is known to be harmful if taken for long periods of time. The Colon Clear also contains 22 herbs and fibers designed to improve elimination or ‘peristaltic action’.
What’s Good in Dual Action Cleanse?
- All the ingredients are natural.
- The Dual Action Cleanse is an easy product to take so not charts are necessary.
- The company has a ‘live’ help line available.
- The maximizer pack can be bought separately, although it is more economical to buy it with the Dual Action Cleanse
What’s Bad in Dual Action Cleanse?
- Some independent reviewers have complained about the product not having had any effect at all.
- This product responds differently on different people.
- The product is only available online
In Summary – Dual Action Cleanse Review
Most consumers will want to stay away from this product simply because of the bad reputation the company has. Despite this, the Dual Action Cleanse does contain some worthy ingredients and should certainly not do any harm if taken correctly. It might just not achieve everything that the company website claims that it will.