Daily Power Cleanse is yet another supplement available for trial that claims to help “flush the pounds” by helping you to “detoxify yourself”.
Can we believe the claims being made or should we be wary as previous trial offers like this have turned out to be auto-ship programs.
Before we come to our conclusion we will need to look at Daily Power Cleanse in more detail to see what benefits (if any) will be experienced through its use.
Claimed benefits of Daily Power Cleanse
Daily Power Cleanse offers its users the following benefits:
- Burn off excess weight
- Increase energy levels
- Clean and detoxify your body
- Reduce appearance of cellulite
- Boost your metabolism
In fairness these claims are pretty standard nowadays, but whether Daily Power Cleanse can do what it claims to do remains to be seen.
To check the accuracy of the claims we will need to look at the supplement in more detail, paying particular attention to its ingredients.
Ingredients of Daily Power Cleanse
While there is no label present there is a list of ingredients that you will find in other detox products.
These include the following:
Fennel Seed, Pysyllium Husk, Goldenseal, Licorice Root, Ginger, Buckthorn Bark and Rhubarb.
I can certainly see this supplement helping to give your body a thorough detox.
Price of Daily Power Cleanse
The biggest issue with Daily Power Cleanse is its price as once the trial period has ended you will be charged a quite unbelievable £69.71, which is considerably more than you should be paying for a supplement such as this.
You will also find that this supplement is an auto-ship program that will continue to ship you monthly packages until your subscription to the scheme is cancelled.
This may come as a shock to you, however these payment terms have been laid out for you in the terms and conditions.
Is Daily Power Cleanse a scam?
While there will certainly be those who claim Daily Power Cleanse to be a scam, the truth is they are not doing anything illegal.
The payment terms are available onsite, so if you have signed up to the offer without reading them who can you really blame?
I would always suggest you read the T&Cs before signing up to any offer, in particular for offers seemingly too good to be true.
How to cancel the trial?
To cancel the trial you will need to contact Daily Power Cleanse using the following contact details:
Phone number: 08455 281365
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Alternative to Daily Power Cleanse
Our suggested alternative is a supplement known as Detox Plus (sold online by Evolution Slimming), which is made from a number of proven ingredients known for their ability to aid the detoxification process.
You can buy a months supply of Detox Plus for £19.95, with no auto-shipping or any hidden charges.