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Ever Cleanse Overview
Ever Cleanse is a product that will be very familiar to most radio listeners due to its frequent commercials on the air. However, just because it is able to run what must be quite expensive advertisements does not mean that it is a good product, simply that the company is effective in playing on people’s weaknesses when it comes to weight loss.
Whilst Ever Cleanse is, as the name suggests, a colon cleansing product, it is also marketed as a weight loss aid. The theory is that by ridding the body of excess waste, the user will also shed the weight caused by the waste, which can be, on average, 15lbs or more.
The Ever Cleanse official website is fairly well designed, professional and features standard sections such as FAQ’s and testimonials. The FAQ section is very short, consisting of three questions while the testimonials, although longer, consist of one or two sentences and are not accompanied by photos. One added feature on the site is an audio presentation of the Ever Cleanse radio commercial, although this does not really add any other information to what is written.
Details Of Ever Cleanse
Ever Cleanse is a three step program that involves an initial ‘sweep’, to rid the body of the toxins and built-up waste, a replenishing formula that creates a healthy environment in the system by adding ‘good’ types of bacteria, and finally a support and maintenance process.
Whilst these three steps seem to make sense, it is very unclear exactly what is in the formula and also, which formulas are included in the package deal. A product label is shown, but there is no indication as to which ‘step’ it refers to (although, it seems likely to be the second step due to the amount of probiotics it contains) and while the formula obviously comes in a powder form (as the label refers to a one scoop serving size) there is no additional information regarding when or how it should be taken.
No other product labels are shown and therefore it is not known exactly what ingredients go into each formula, a fact that can be very frustrating, not to mention dangerous, to anyone with allergies or food sensitivities.
Ever Cleanse Advantages
- Ever Cleanse consists of all-natural ingredients
- Consumers can listen to the Ever Cleanse radio commercial via the website
- The product consists of the three major detoxification steps
Ever Cleanse Disadvantages
- There are no ingredient lists available for Ever Cleanse
- The ‘Maintenance’ formula does not seem to be part of the basic package
- Ever Cleanse is expensive, costing $99.95 for the one month basic package
- No money back guarantees are given
- No free trial offers are made
- Ever Cleanse has received some very negative independent reviews by former customers
- The dosage instructions for Ever Cleanse are not shown
- Ever Cleanse is not available in stores or by independent online retailers
- Ever Cleanse may contain potentially allergy-causing ingredients
Ever Cleanse – The Bottom Line
Ever Cleanse is a product that is a good example of why consumers should not be sucked into buying a product simply because it ‘seems’ popular, due to the slick and prolific radio commercials. There are not many consumers that would feel comfortable taking a product when the ingredients are not disclosed by the company and that is twice the cost of similar products on the market.
Ultimately, any product with such bad reviews should be avoided anyway, whatever the cost.