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Pomevie is a cleansing product that contains the powerful antioxidant, pomegranate. This fruit has become increasingly popular over the last few years and is hailed as being one of the top ten ‘superfoods’.
The makers of Pomevie use this media attention as a large selling point on their website, giving the impression that Pomevie
has been endorsed and featured on major news programs and talk shows (Oprah did in fact feature the ‘superfoods’ on one of her shows, but made no mention of Pomevie
, or any other pomegranate cleanser).
Pomevie seems to have a couple of different ‘official’ websites on the internet although unfortunately none really contain much useful information. The site is very similar to the Pomclear website, both in the graphics, design and wording.
Most of the site is devoted to the ordering process and the customer is invited to try a free bottle of Pomevie for 15 days. It is worth taking a look at the small print though, as it does state that by accepting the offer, the customer will be enrolled for the auto-shipping program and begin to get charged monthly (at a cost of $39.99) on their credit card.
The site does contain one testimonial but no FAQ section and absolutely no information about the ingredients that make up the Pomevie formula.
Details Of Pomevie
After some searching on the internet, it is possible to find an independent retail site that lists the ingredients in Pomevie.
They are all contained in a proprietary blend, meaning the individual amounts are not shown, and are as follows: Fennel Powder, Psyllium Husk (a powerful fibrous substance), Licorice, Buckthorn, Ginger, Cascara Sagrada (a laxative), Goldenseal, Rhubarb and Pomegranate.
No details are offered as to why these ingredients have been included although some consumers will recognise the Psyllium Husk and Cascara Sagrada as being popular in many other types of detoxification and colon cleansing products. Nowhere on the official site is there any explanation regarding the cleansing effects of pomegranate, simply how effective it is as an antioxidant.
Again, the instructions for the dosage are not found on the Pomevie site (and according to one negative customer review, were not even on the Pomevie bottle!), but it is known that two capsules are required daily, one in the morning and one in the afternoon. It is not known how long one must take Pomeviein order to see any results.
- Pomevie does contain ingredients often found in colon cleansing products
- Pomegranate is a powerful antioxidant
- The product dosage is simple to follow
- The company offers a 15 day trial offer
- The site features no ingredient list or product label
- The site features no FAQ section
- There are no positive reviews to be found on any independent dieting websites
- The consumer is enrolled for the auto-ship program upon ordering the free bottle
- The product contains the strong laxative Cascara Sagrada which should not be taken over a prolonged time period
- The product and website are almost identical to another product, Pomclear
- No clinical trials are shown to prove the success of Pomevie
Pomevie – The Bottom Line
Despite the ‘buzz’ surrounding pomegranate and the superfood media attention, it is very unlikely that an intelligent consumer would part with almost $40.00 for this product. If the manufacturers divulged some more information about the product, such as the ingredients and clinical trials, they would stand a better chance of selling it..
As an antioxidant, Pomeviemay be quite successful, although without knowing how much pomegranate is actually in the formula, it is hard to make an educated judgement.