Is the Celebrity Cleanser supplement a scam?

Is the Celebrity Cleanser supplement a scam?

Cleansing and detox diets are popular at the moment with many different celebrities claiming that they use them in order to maintain their weight.

This has led to a rise in detoxing supplements such as Celebrity Cleanser that claim to help “detoxify and revitalise”. Lets see whether this supplement stacks up to its claims.

Benefits of Celebrity Cleanser

The Celebrity Cleanser has made the following claims on its website:

  • Increase energy and weight loss
  • Relieve occasional constipation
  • Reduce water retention

There are also claims such as “fitness program of the stars” and “stars #1 cleanser” that are a little harder to believe. Especially when there is no mention of who these stars are.

What I do know is that we will need to look at what ingredients have been used to make this supplement before we can comment any further on its claimed benefits.

Ingredients found in Celebrity Cleanser

Celebrity Cleanser contains ingredients such as Cascara Sagrada and Lemon Ginger. It also contains Probiotics that are said to improve the health of your colon.

Unfortunately despite stating that it contains these ingredients there is no mention of their dosages, nor any mention of any additional ingredients.

This is a little concerning as how can you tell how beneficial a product will be if you don’t know what it is made from.

Cost of Celebrity Cleanser

The cost of the Celebrity Cleanser is $69.95, which is a recurring cost as you will receive another package every month until your membership to this auto ship program is cancelled.

Is Celebrity Cleanser a scam?

Celebrity Cleanser is not a scam, but it is overpriced and I have doubts that it is as effective as claimed.

No doubt the manufacturers are using star appeal to entice you into signing up.

Contact details for Celebrity Cleanser

You can contact Celebrity Cleanser using the following phone number: 866-581-7543

There is also an option to cancel your subscription by following the link found at the very bottom of their sales page.

If you have signed up for this offer and wish to tell us about your experiences please leave a comment below.

The following video could help you get a refund too:

Alternative to Celebrity Cleanser

A more cost effective and proven alternative to the Celebrity Cleanser is Detox Plus that can be bought online by Evolution Slimming.

This supplement costs $31 for a months supply and contains proven colon cleansing ingredients.

Click here to read our review of DetoxPlus

2 comments on "Is the Celebrity Cleanser supplement a scam?"
  1. This product Celebrity Cleanse secret Detoxify is a hoax. There are no contact numbers to call to cancel. I’ve ended up with colon cancer and want to stop this order but there is no information address, phone numbers, no way to contact this ripoff con game!!!!

  2. I am in the same situation as the above statement, I want to cancel any further deliveries and charges but there is no way to contact them to cancel. Definitely need help to stop them from recurring charges.

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