Advertised with free worldwide shipping and some safe looking ingredients in the capsules, Revolyn looks a tempting prospect. We take an in depth look at Revolyn to find out more.
We hate misleading advertising so we are less than impressed with the Revolyn website. There are many unproven claims made about weight loss under the guise of genuine customer testimonials but very little real information about this supplement such as a proper ingredients list or amount quantities.
It is important not to be fooled by the fake customer reviews. We saw the same faces, names and bodies on other supplement websites. The difference was that instead of attributing weight loss to Revolyn, there the reviews on the other sites praised other supplements and made exactly the same claims about them. When we tried to access these so-called genuine customers via the email links, unsurprisingly, they were unavailable.
Side effects include jitteriness, insomnia, headaches, changes in blood pressure, increased heart rate, palpitations, drowsiness, anxiety, mood swings, and muscle spasms.
1 bottle of 60 capsules (1 month’s supply) costs £29.95.
The bottom line is that this supplement is not going to make you lose 6 stone in 3 months, a stone in a month or even just a few pounds in a week. The ingredients don’t look too bad, but weight loss at the rate that is advertised is impossible and would be extremely unsafe.
In addition, with no guarantee and no real customer feedback available, you are very much on your own with this supplement. The registered UK address is a PO Box in Bedford and we don’t even know where Revolyn is made and whether it conforms to basic safety standards.
Overall, it is an easy decision. We reject Revolyn.
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Revolyn is a weight loss supplement that offers a natural way to lose weight. The capsules contain a blend of natural ingredients that have all been investigated for weight loss and may have some positive benefits.
Ingredients include Green tea, Guarana and Yerba Mate – all known for enhancing weight loss and boosting energy levels.
Green tea is high in antioxidant polyphenols and when combined with Gurana extract – derived from a South American berry that is high in caffeine, there is some evidence that fat burning is increased.
Yerba Mate is a caffeine rich herbal extract often drunk as tea in its native South America. There is some evidence that it may delay gastric emptying, making you feel fuller for longer.
The formula also contains Resveratrol, a chemical compound found in berries, grapes and red wine and believed to help prevent the formulation of fat cells. In addition, it contains Pomegranate extract, believed to reduce the fat levels in blood (triglycerides).
The final ingredient is Siberian Ginseng that despite the name is not actually a form of ginseng but a herbal extract with many of the same effects. Siberian Ginseng is known as an adaptogen meaning it can increase general wellbeing and mood. It is taken in Russia as a herbal anti depressant but may have some side effects, including increasing blood pressure and heart rate so will not suit everyone.
Despite this, the formula looks pretty good overall. However, a lack of adequate information regarding ingredient quantities coupled with some frankly unbelievable before and after pictures on the product website, makes this supplement look questionable.
Take 2 easy to swallow Revolyn capsules a day, one in the morning and one in the evening. You may take them with our without meals.
Although Revolyn is aimed at the UK market and according to the advertising is manufactured in the UK, the company behind the supplement is Avilan Marketing a New York based operation.
There are no details about manufacture or whether the supplement is made in accordance to GMP (good manufacturing practice). In addition, if you need to contact the company or return products, the only address is a PO Box in Bedford with the company name provided as Nathans Naturals.
We looked into this and found that Nathans Naturals was also a New York based enterprise. We can’t see any customer service being particularly helpful as it is not even operating in the country of sale.
Revolyn only appears to be on sale in the UK. However, a very similar supplement called Nurovyn is available in Europe and an equivalent product called Nutres is on sale in the USA.
The three product websites are part of Avilan Marketing and all supplements use the same website layout, doctor’s endorsement and the same before and after customer pictures and testimonials.
According to the website information, Revolyn, and the other supplements come with an identical endorsement from a qualified medical practitioner Dr Mark Weis. He says:
I am pleased to have a product such as Revolyn that I can recommend as a treatment for my patients who suffer from being overweight and weight-related medical conditions
Worryingly, we have been unable to find any background to this doctor, such as where he operates and his medical credentials.
Most of the claims about Revolyn are made by so-called genuine customers in their testimonials. They all report extreme weight loss.
One woman called Jennifer says, “I lost 6 stone 13lbs in three months,” Emma aged 24 reported “I lost 4 stone 5lbs in two months” and Jacqueline lost 2 stone 5lbs in five weeks.
Underneath the impressive before and after pictures, you are invited to contact the customers by email. We tried this but in all cases, we got an error 404 and the email address did not seem to exist.
These same people have also put their weight loss down to Nutres and Nurovyn and show up on all the Avilan Marketing LLC websites.
Revolyn will not work in the way as described. To lose 6 stone 13 lbs in three months works out at losing 32lbs a month or 8lbs a week. It is impossible and even if it were true it would be extremely dangerous for your health.
There is nothing contained in this supplement that will bring about such rapid weight loss. We feel the advertising is cynically exploiting customers by posting fake reviews that suggest this rate of weight loss is possible.
The NHS advise that you should aim at losing no more than between 1 -2 lbs a week.
Unless done under medical supervision, losing weight faster than this can increase the risk of health problems, including malnutrition and gallstones, as well as causing you to feel tired and unwell.
Revolyn is a general purpose weight loss supplement. Ingredient quantities are not provided so you will really have no idea just what you are taking. There may be additional ingredients too.
According to the product description, these are the ingredients:
With no independent customer feedback anywhere, we are unable to bring you any true-life experiences.
According to the product information:
In general, Revolyn is safe for use as all ingredients are 100% natural and found in various foods we eat.
This supplement does contain caffeine (unmentioned) so you may notice caffeine related side effects such as:
Siberian Ginseng may cause:
The product information advises that the supplement is safe to take while pregnant or if you suffer from a medical condition such as diabetes. However, we do not advise you to do this. You should always avoid supplements while pregnant unless instructed by your doctor.
Not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Consult with your doctor first if you are taking medication or if you suffer from an existing medical condition. This supplement may cause interactions so take medical advice first.
We have been unable to find even one independent customer review for Revolyn. This supplement is not being talked about on the various weight loss forums either.
Revolyn does not come with a guarantee.
Revolyn is only available to buy online from the product website. You won’t find it in the shops or the Shopping Mall. It is not available from third party sites such as Amazon.
You are advised about how much to buy depending on your weight loss goals. This is as follows:
Weight loss (in lbs) – Number of Bottles Needed
1 bottle of 60 capsules (1 month’s supply) costs £29.95.
Buy 2 bottles and you get an extra bottle free (3 month’s supply) for £59.90.
Buy 3 bottles and get two bottles free (5 month’s supply) for £89.95.
Buy 4 bottles and get four bottles free (8 month’s supply) for £118.90.
All deals come with free beauty products as gifts.
There is a range of shipping options:
First Class Royal Mail to UK addresses costs £4.95 but you can also choose 2nd class for £2.99.
Shipping to the Republic of Ireland costs £3.95.
International shipping (untracked) costs £4.55.
International shipping (tracked) costs £9.99.
Although the advertising promises free international shipping, this does not appear to be a real option.
Revolyn is a weight loss supplement promising extreme results. The website claims that users could lose up to six stones (84 pounds/38 kilograms) in only three months.
The caffeine and ginseng contained in Revolyn can cause side effects such as jitteriness, insomnia, anxiety, headaches, elevated or low blood pressure, arrhythmia, heart palpitations, drowsiness, mood swings and muscles spams.
Revolyn contains green tea, guarana, yerba mate, resveratrol, Siberian ginseng and pomegranate extract.
We doubt that Revolyn will work as described. Even if it did, losing half a stone (8 pounds/3.5 kilograms) a week would be extremely dangerous and unhealthy.
A bottle of 60 capsules costs £29.95. You can also buy two bottles and get one free (£59.95) or buy three bottles and get two for free (£89.95).
We found only limited information on the company behind Revolyn, Avilan Marketing. Even though it is based in New York, the website claims that Revolyn is fabricated in the UK.
Take two capsules a day, one in the morning and one in the evening.
You should avoid Revolyn if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. It is recommended to consult a doctor prior to taking if you already take prescription medications or if you suffer from an existing medical condition.
There is no money-back guarantee.
There is no information on this subject; however, the official website was created in 2015.
Revolyn is available online from the official website.
No, it is only available online.
You can contact Revolyn on their website via a contact form, or call them 24/7 with the UK telephone number provided on their contact page.
There are no coupons available for Revolyn at the moment.
Revolyn does not offer free samples or free trials. Since there is no money-back guarantee, we recommend caution.
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