So is Vysera a credible weight loss product or just the latest in a long line of scam products? We find out.
Vysera CLS is a new diet pill on the market that promises weight loss and a body transformation within 30 days but provides no evidence or information to back up these claims. The product information does not even tell you about the sort of results you can expect or how the supplement works.
The product website is slick and professional at first glance but when you try to find information, you just get taken back to one page of sales writing. There is no information about how to take the supplement or what is actually contained in the capsules. It is all very frustrating and misleading.
To use, it seems you take two capsules per day and wait for your body to transform by the end of the month. It does not seem very likely.
The writing on the Vysera CLS website is provided by Tiffany Strobel who sounds like a journalist but is in fact an occasional writer for a weight loss website myfreediet.com, a very small operation based in Wyoming.
She describes Vysera, as “miraculous” but this is not sufficient for a true explanation of the product, the contents or what it actually does.
Vysera CLS is an American product but only minimal contact details are available. The company do not give out their address, place of manufacture or anything that links the company to a specific address or person. There is a non-geographic free phone number but we did not get any response when we called.
Vysera CLS is produced by the equally shadowy Bremmen Clinical, who market a range of novelty skin care products including the fabulously named Butt Lift in a box – which supposedly gives you a perfectly shaped butt via a skin cream and Boobs Lift in a Box, which does the same for your boobs. Vysera is supposed to give you a perfect body all over, simply by taking the capsules.
Worryingly, Vysera are offering a “convenient” customer plan, which requires you to subscribe to an auto-billing programme in return for a slightly discounted product price. Auto billing contracts can be difficult to cancel and many customers using these type of contracts have ended up paying for unwanted merchandise over many months.
Vysera do have a twitter site. It has no followers despite being active since May 2013 and although the Vysera Facebook page looks better, this only has 20 friends at the time of writing.
This supplement may have a glossy website but it is not as popular and well known as it looks.
The Vysera CLS advertising asks the question “A pill that can re shape your entire body in 30 days?” and then answers by claiming that;
Groundbreaking research has just identified a compound that can not only help you lose weight, but can actually reshape your entire body!
It all sounds great but remarkably the compound is never explained or the ingredients named and this makes these dramatic claims look extremely flimsy.
Tiffany Strobel writes that the fact;
that she gets to tell you about it, before the supplement is featured on the Dr Oz show, is the icing on the cake!
Nice work Tiffany, and mentioning Vysera CLS in the same sentence as the well-known US health expert, give the impression that this supplement is well known and effective enough to feature on the show. Other diet review sites certainly seem to have leapt to this conclusion.
Dr Oz does feature exciting new products in his TV programme but these do have to be reasonably well known, effective and proven. Vysera CLS is none of these and the Vysera website does not explain what the compound actually contains or how it works. Neither does it explain the “ground breaking research” or provide any clinical evidence.
According to the sales writing, Vysera CLS is a “miracle pill” claimed to be backed by clinical research published in the British Journal of Nutrition. This sounds great but is not strictly true either. This well respected publication bought out bi monthly by The Nutrition Society, has not covered Vysera CLS and certainly has not endorsed this supplement.
It is possible that the Vysera contains an ingredient, which has been clinically researched but as everything from pepper to tea, vitamin C and salt has been researched at one time or another by the NS, this does not prove anything.
More importantly if the compound or the ingredients are kept secret how are we to believe any of it?
The Vysera CL advertising seems tricksy and short on hard facts.
Vysera is a supplement that you take orally. It is supposed to reshape your body and help you lose weight within 30 days, and the sellers describe it as a miracle product.
The product advertising does not provide any ingredient information or include any clinical references or proof.
We feel that this lack of ingredients information is appalling. You have to buy before you see the label and you will have no idea in advance if it will cause side effects, contains ingredients that you may be sensitive to, or will even work!
This is disgraceful and the fact that advertising displays the label but uses an out of focus, angled shot so you cannot read the contents, is extremely tricksy. Just like the rest of the advertising.
This all means one thing. Avoid this product.
It is easy to miss out on the lack of information about Vysera CLS because the website is convincing and glossy and seems to say what you might want to hear. We all give into impulse sometimes. It is easy to do!
But should you really buy something over the internet without knowing what it is? The answer is No! Taking a chance and buying anything without knowing the contents, could be an expensive mistake.
With such inadequate ingredients information and with no customer reviews for Vysera CLS available, it is impossible to predict the side effects of Vysera CLS.
The consumer will not know whether this supplement is safe or not. In addition, you cannot tell whether the capsules contain ingredients that could react with other medication or aggravates a health condition. There is no medical advice or any health warnings displayed on the website.
Caution: As with all supplements, you should avoid if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
There don’t appear to be any independent customer reviews for Vysera CLS online.
We have waded through the medical journals and researched online and we cannot find a miracle ingredient or groundbreaking new compound that will transform your body shape within 30 days. There is no record of Vysera CLS ever being featured by the British Journal of Nutrition and the insufficient amount of information about this product and the company’s sales policy is of major concern.
You can only buy Vysera CLS via the product website. One month’s supply of 60 capsules costs $99.00 plus shipping charges. Standard shipping costs are $6.95 to US customers and international shipping is not provided.
Worryingly, the company are running a sales policy which is sounding alarm bells with the Watchdog team and this is something called a Preferred Customer Plan. This plan offers $25.00 saving on all orders and the website states
Future orders of Vysera CLS will be automatically billed and shipped every 30 days for just $79.20 including shipping and handling! A $25 savings per order!
We cannot warn our readers enough about the pitfalls entering into auto billing contracts.
These agreements are notoriously hard to cancel and usually result in customers being seriously out of pocket despite the usual claims that the agreement can be cancelled at any time. Don’t risk it!
No money back guarantee appears to be offered.
Vysera CLS may be claiming that it offers you a miraculous way to reshape your body within 30 days but we don’t believe it. There is absolutely no proof or clinical evidence it works and no proof it is even safe.
The company employs some tricky looking advertising combined with zero product information and do not even provide advice about how and when to take the supplement. In addition, the sales policy is a matter of concern because auto billing is notorious for being a rip off. We cannot find any redeeming factors about this expensive supplement, which lead us to only one conclusion and that is to reject it.
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