With the amount of toxins present in our foods, drinks and the air we breathe it is important that every now and then that we try to cleanse our bodies.
When these toxins build up your health may suffer, with weight gain being just one side effect.
Using a colon cleanser can help to remove these toxins as they have been designed to gently cleanse your body by removing stored fecal matter.
Unfortunately not all colon cleansers are recommended as some do not contain proven ingredients, while others are offered as a trial that will inevitably leave you out of pocket.
Ven Cleanse is available as a trial, which has led to claims that it is a scam. What is the truth behind this supplement?
Claimed health benefits of Ven Cleanse
The following health benefits have been claimed by Ven Cleanse:
- Target stubborn belly fat
It is also claimed to be all natural with no fillers or additives.
For a weight loss supplement it is strange to see so few claims being made. Let us look at the ingredients of Ven Cleanse to see if any other health benefits can be experienced.
Ingredients of Ven Cleanse
Ven Cleanse is made from a proprietary blend of the following ingredients:
Psyllium husks, Papaya, Mangosteen, Bentonite Clay, Walnut Hull Powder, Oat Bran Powder, Flaxseed Powder, Prune Powder, Aloe Vera, L.Acidophilus, Apple Pectin Powder and Glucomannan Powder.
The problem with use of the term ‘proprietary blend’ is that it simply means that it contains these ingredients but not the dosages so there are going to be doubts about the effectiveness of Ven Cleanse.
Price of Ven Cleanse
The 16 day trial of Ven Cleanse will initially cost just $4.95, however after this time has elapsed you will be immediately charged $79.95 or $109.95 if based in Europe.
You may also find to your horror that you will be charged this amount every month until your membership has been cancelled.
For those of us that do not regularly check our bank accounts you may be in for a shock if you have not read the terms and conditions of the trial.
Is Ven Cleanse a scam?
Although Ven Cleanse is not a scam, its sales tactics are dubious. There is very little information available on the website and its use of the term ‘proprietary blend’ is not going to fill many people with confidence.
Its price and the fact that signing up for the trial also means you are signing up for an auto ship program will inevitably lead to many more claims from disappointed customers claiming that it is a scam.
Contact details for Ven Cleanse
You can contact Ven Cleanse on 1-888-548-6661 or by email email@example.com
Their company address is:
EuroTone Pro Ltd, 145-157 St john street, London, England EC1V 49W
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Alternative to Ven Cleanse
An alternative to Ven Cleanse that will not cost the Earth is DetoxPlus, which you can buy online from the Evolution Slimming website for just $31.
This is significantly cheaper than Ven Cleanse and you wont ever have to sign up for any auto ship program.