Vysera CLS Review – Does it Really Work?
Every so often when I am reviewing the vast plethora of diet pills and other health supplements, I will come across a product that is too good to be true. These products usually lack key details about themselves and have incredibly limited websites, usually featuring a smiling female model. When I came across Vysera CLS, I knew this to be one of those products. The product names may change, but the general marketing tactics that are applied remain relatively unchanged.
The official website features a single page of text, and the “Learn More” link only brings me back to the top of the main page! There are no real details as to what even goes into this product, only saying that it may prohibit fat from being absorbed into the body.
Past that there is no other information. So in the hopes of not letting any of you out there get scammed, I will outline this product, so that you may better know what to stay away from in the future.
Vysera CLS is a diet pill that alleges that it may help block the absorption of fats into the body. This in turn means that apparently, you can eat a donut and take in practically none of the calories that are associated with it. This product also declares that with this lack of calories going into your body, it may help you reshape your physique as well.
There is some mention that The International Journal of Medical Science and The British Journal of Nutrition backing up declarations this is indeed some kind of prophetic diet pill, but the studies that are to support this allegation are nowhere to be found.
Furthermore the website (more like webpage) makes no mention as to how exercise or diet play into the use of this product. It gives no such detail as to how this product works, other than making statements that fat will not be absorbed into the body. Everything about this product is the antithesis of Top Rated Products.
If there is any lesson to take away from this product, it is this: always look for the evidence that back up any declarations that a product may have about itself. Without evidence, the statements that are made are nothing more than words.
Bremenn Clinical is the company responsible for giving life to the product known as Vysera CLS. A visit to the company’s website reveals however, that for the most part they focus their energies in the realm of skin care. While they have 8 different skin care products, their weight loss selection is only comprised of two.
As if to give itself some credibility, the official website of this company has a section where it showcases the array of different places that their brand has been featured. All it takes though is a quick glance to see that the vast majority of these mentions are in beauty, hair care and fashion. Health and weight loss are absent from this group.
Furthermore when trying to investigate the company further, I found myself stumped, as the website offers no information as to their location. They do offer that you can contact them, if you provide all of your information to them. When companies withhold general information about themselves, I can’t help but feel like something fishy is going on.
From what I can ascertain, there is no concrete proof that this product in anyway supports weight loss. A look at the official website supports no studies, no testimonials, not even an ingredient line up, so we have no way of knowing what even goes into this product! These are all things that Top Rated Products include and make widely available.
As if to confirm my presumptions, a look on Amazon.com revealed to me that the average user had rated this product a 1 out of 5 stars. While some decried that this product did not produce any results there were users who did get some kind of result..although these weren’t good. One user complained of having his blood pressure elevated, while another denounced that this product actually had them gaining a couple pounds!
You don’t even have to take my defamations, all it takes is a little bit of research to see that despite this product’s optimism about itself, there is a vast array of people who were not happy with their purchase. And I can’t really blame them, the product costs anywhere from $72-100.
That’s a lot of money to spend on a product that doesn’t even work!
This product lists no information as to how it should be used.
- Niacinamide- 56 mg
- Dicalcium phosphate- 36 mg
- Chromium picolinate- 50 mcg
Proprietary Blend #1- 142 mg
- Phaseolus compressus DC Extract- N/A
- Cacao seed- N/A
- Milk thistle- N/A
- Chlorella algae- N/A
- Shali powder- N/A
- Schizonepeta powder- N/A
- Klamath blue-green algae- N/A
Proprietary Blend #2- 115 mg
- Trimethylxanthine- N/A
- Cayenne powder- N/A
- Cutch tree extract- N/A
- Velvet bean- N/A
- Magnolia officinalis powder- N/A
- Panax ginseng extract- N/A
- Passionflower powder- N/A
- Lemon balm powder- N/A
- Jujube extract- N/A
- Chinese skullcap- N/A
- Poria cocos powder- N/A
This product does not list any potential side effects. However it should be noted that Chinese skullcap has been reported to cause inflammation in the lungs and liver in some users. If you are someone with a condition in one of these organs, it is not recommended that you take this product.
With such an utter lack of information provided about itself, it surprises me that the people behind this product really thought that they could make money of something that provided absolutely no proof as to how it works, how to take it, or for that matter providing any studies to show that this blend of ingredients was in anyway not impotent.
But somewhere out there, are people who still did spend up to $100 buying this product, just to realize later that there is no money-back guarantee. If this review does anything for you, let it be a lesson of what to watch out for, so you too won’t end up like the unlucky souls who spent their money on this concoction, only to never see it again.
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