Hum Nutrition has the tagline; “the beauty starts from within”, and is a US company based in California. All Hum supplements come with the claims that they are natural and healthy with the aim of making you look and feel great. The company logo is a Hummingbird and the official website and marketing style aimed at young, stylish women.
Hum Daily Cleanse is a detox supplement aimed at improving skin, but as many customers have reported that this supplement has actually made their skin worse, it obviously does not work for everyone. In addition, some of the ingredients in the formula are known for side effects such as increasing oestrogen levels, so you do need to check through these before use to ensure you can take it safely.
Hum Daily Cleanse contains 60 capsules (30 servings). You can buy it via Amazon, but it does not seem to be on sale in stores. It is on sale in the USA, but also available to customers outside the USA.
There may be side effects and customers have mentioned some of these including nausea, diarrhoea, stomach cramps, worsening of acne conditions, rash around face and neck, skin inflammation, and nausea.
Other side effects may include gas, loss of appetite, headaches, and bloated feeling.
Hum Daily Cleanse contains spirulina and chlorella, two types of water-based algae. If these are harvested from contaminated waters, side effects can include liver damage, nausea and vomiting, weakness, thirst, rapid heartbeat, and shock.
Hum Daily Cleanse contains a natural herb called Red Clover which can increase the body’s oestrogen levels, so you should not use it if you have had a hormonally related medical condition. In addition, it can cause menstrual bleeding/spotting so should not be used if there is any chance you may be pregnant.
HUM Daily Cleanse is not overly expensive. Buy from the official HUM Nutrition website and 1 x bottle of 60 capsules (30 servings) costs $25.00 plus shipping. International shipping in also available. All shipping costs are calculated at the point of sale.
You can also buy HUM Daily Cleanse via Amazon where it costs $23.94 for 60 capsules.
We are not impressed with Hum Daily Cleanse. This is just yet another detox supplement that is advertised as a health product, yet is actually more likely to cause adverse effects than any real positive benefits. Many customers have been left feeling very upset by the reactions to the skin as well as nausea, and it seems just pointless to take a supplement that makes you ill just for the dubious and invented benefits of “inner cleansing”.
Overall, we do not recommend HUM Daily Cleanse to the Watchdog readers.
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If you pick up a magazine or look at any supplement advertising, sooner or later, toxins and the need to remove them from your body, will be mentioned! Toxins! They are never named, never identified, but they sound bad and according to the Hum Daily Cleanse advertising, infect your skin, liver, bowels, and lungs.
HUM Daily Cleanse is essentially a detox supplement that you are supposed to take every day in order to clear away toxins from your body. The supplement based on herbal extracts, algae and a mineral formula. Ingredients include algae spirulina and chlorella, plus milk thistle extract, dandelion, green tea, and beetroot. The supplement also contains minerals including copper manganese, zinc, and selenium.
It is not made very clear just how this supplement will translate into real tangible benefits. The advertising is vague but the implication is that it is good for health and will improve your skin, although not all customers have agreed with this last point especially. Check out the ingredients tab and the side effects tab to find out more.
Hum Nutrition Inc is based in California; Healthy Towers, 750 N. San Vicente Blvd, Suite 1550, West Hollywood, CA 90069
The customer phone line is (888) 647-8880.
According to the advertising, Daily Cleanse “helps clear your skin & body from toxins”.
The key benefits are as follows:
The advertising also mentions the benefits reported by customers,
“Based on 600 survey responses sent to HUM customers who purchased Daily Cleanse® for at least 3 months: 80% of people who used Daily Cleanse® for 6-8 weeks reported improved skin, 43% reported improved self-confidence and 44% said it helped them lead a healthier lifestyle.”
The Amazon Ad provides the following information.
No! You can’t detox your body like this. If these so-called toxins really built up in your body in the way as implied by the product information, you would probably be dead or extremely ill. Your body has a detox system; liver, kidneys, lungs, and skin, which all work perfectly well without any intervention from you!
According to Professor Edvard Ernst emeritus professor of complementary medicine at Exeter University, speaking in an interview with the Guardian newspaper, the word detox is “hijacked by entrepreneurs, quacks and charlatans to sell a bogus treatment that allegedly detoxifies your body of toxins you’re supposed to have accumulated.”
“The healthy body has kidneys, a liver, skin, even lungs that are detoxifying as we speak,” he says. “There is no known way – certainly not through detox treatments – to make something that works perfectly well in a healthy body, work better.” Source
Hum Daily Cleanse contains a cocktail of ingredients which is more likely to cause adverse effects than health benefits.
Serving size is equal to 2 capsules.
Skin Cleanse & Detox Blend (1263mg):
There may be side effects and customers have mentioned some of these, including:
Other side effects may include:
If spirulina or chlorella is harvested from contaminated waters, it can be dangerous. Side effects include:
Red clover can affect oestrogen levels and may cause:
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant, breast feeding or trying to conceive. Do not take if you have or have had a hormonally related medical condition such as breast cancer. Speak to your physician before use if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication.
There are customer reviews for HUM Daily Cleanse posted on Amazon. According to scam software, 80% of these are likely to be fake and Amazon have already previously removed some positive reviews that were labelled deceptive.
Positive comments include:
This is seriously magic in a bottle. I just started taking this about a week ago, and my acne is already almost completely gone! My skin in general feels a lot more nourished and my hair is shinier and softer. I’m so happy and thankful for this product!
Many customers have complained of side effects. In many cases, it has made acne conditions worse:
I’ve officially hit rock bottom with my self-esteem, and it all leads back to these pills…I rather would take back my “here-and-there” pimples (BEFORE i took these pills) than having this HIGHLY sensitive, red, inflamed, cystic, pustules (side by side) all over my chin and cheeks. ….Today, I’m scared to even heal & try certain skin care products because I’m afraid of my irritated, sensitive skin.
One lady posted a picture of her skin, writing:
Took whole bottle. Made me breakout so bad, my face was inflamed and I cried because I was so embarrassed of my skin, makeup couldn’t even cover it.
This woman’s face was very badly affected and other customers have had the same experience:
Made my hormonal acne the worst it’s ever been. After 3 weeks of taking this supplement my skin almost looks identical to the other woman who posted her skin. I broke out severely on my neck and around my jaw.
Gave me breakouts and made me feel kind of sick
Some customers have noticed no difference, good or bad to skin, but many have suffered from stomach issues:
Didn’t notice any change in my skin, and it really upset my stomach
There is no money-back guarantee with this supplement.
You can buy Hum Daily Cleanse directly from the Hum Nutrition website. Alternatively, it is on sale from beauty website Sephora or via Amazon.
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