Tremella DX+ is a yoghurt enzyme drink, seemingly manufactured by Tremella Global SDN.BHD. It claims to offer 30 benefits in one, when in reality, it struggles to offer customers a single benefit that we could find. Any claims that this oral yoghurt can bleach or lighten skin is preposterous, and there is also virtually nothing in this product that can help customers lose weight. For a product that does next to nothing, the high price tag should be regarded as unacceptably expensive.
Below we take an in-depth look into Tremella DX+, to see whether this Malaysian/Chinese product can deliver the 30-in-1 benefits it promises.
Tremella DX+ is a yoghurt enzyme drink that is designed to be taken before bed. It contains a mixture of tremella (a white fungus that is used in traditional Chinese medicine) and several other ingredients, and claims to help customers to lose weight, enjoy a paler complexion and better overall health. Despite advertising materials claiming that this product is from Japan, it appears to be of Malaysian and Chinese origin.
Tremella DX+ is seemingly manufactured by Tremella Global SDN.BHD., a Malaysian company based just outside of Kuala Lumpur. The reason behind the confusion is that the owner of Tremella DX+ seemingly relies on a huge number of independent distributors and wholesalers to sell the product, with most advertising materials actually produced in Chinese (and some in English). Tremella DX+ has achieved a degree of success for whichever parent company owns it, having won two minor nods at the Asia-Pacific Entrepreneur Excellence Awards.
Tremella DX+ contains no ingredients that should cause major problems. The use of pumpkin and dandelion is intended to deliver a diuretic effect, however. Customers should, therefore, expect to urinate more frequently while using this product.
Tremella DX+ is available to buy for relatively low prices on convenient Malaysian online stores. The lowest price we found for a standard 16-sachet pack was 76 Malaysian Ringgitt (RM) – this is around US$17.50. The same pack can be purchased for around 85-110RM on other Malaysian sites (like Lazada, Qoo10, or Findwo), and is around 46-137 Singaporean Dollars when using Singaporean websites like Shoppee. International readers should remember that international shipping costs may be substantial.
Tremella DX+ is a weight loss supplement that is also said to deliver 30 impressive benefits overall. Presented in the form of a yogurt drink snack, Tremella DX+ supposedly helps to whiten the skin, improve overall health, eases constipation, protects the liver, cleanses the blood and more. Its main ingredient is the tremella fuciformis fungus, which is a traditional Chinese ingredient that is typically used for medicinal purposes.
This internationally-available product appears to be manufactured and sold by Tremella Global SDN.BHD. This Malaysian-based company have appeared to be the origin of all Tremella DX+ shipments, which are then sold to customers by an army of independent distributors and wholesalers based around the world (particularly China). Most advertising materials covering Tremella DX+ is in Chinese, which can make it hard to learn more about the product or its parent company. Tremella Global SDN.BHD. can be contacted via post (Suite 6.3, I-01-05,5th Floor, Block I, Setia Walk, Persiaran Wawasan, Pusat Bandar Puchong, 47160 Puchong Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia) or by phone (wechat: dollyn800, Telephone: +6016-2208000).
The directions for use are as follows:
Shake well before drinking. Best consumed before sleep (2 packets if you wish to achieve faster and better results). 2 litres of water must be consumed the day after consumption; this improves the benefits. Taste is better when chilled.
The list of benefits Tremella DX+ claims to have is staggering – a list of 30 benefits are presented on most distributor seller sites!
The main ingredient used in Tremella DX+ is the tremella fungus itself. This fungus contains laxative and herbal gums which are said to solve constipation, reduce fat absorption, reduce freckles, detoxify the liver, raise vitamin D levels, soothe lungs and coughing, support the immune system and increase a patient’s tolerance for chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
The use of glutathione is also said to deliver anti-aging benefits, skin whitening, immunity enhancement, tumour prevention, and an ability to replenish skin cells. The full list of the 30-in-1 benefits that Tremella DX+ supposedly offers is listed below:
Tremella fuciformis does have something to offer, but nothing that is nearly as effective as what is claimed. To put it simply, tremella is thought to work as an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory medicine. It may help to ease diabetic symptoms and blood sugar levels, but is otherwise unable to deliver weight loss results. In addition, the use of glutathione is likely completely useless, as oral doses tend not to be absorbed in the bloodstream or have any appreciable effect.
Any claims that Tremella DX+ can improve the skin are frankly nonsense. Tremella is known to have whitening or skin cleansing effects, and the ingredient has actually been included in some mainstream skin creams. However, this product is designed to be drank as a yoghurt drink – tremella can only improve the skin when you rub it onto the skin!
Overall, Tremella DX+ may be able to strengthen the body’s overall immune system (although we can’t confirm this without published ingredient quantities). However, readers shouldn’t expect it to deliver many of the promises listed above, and it remains entirely possible that this product does absolutely nothing at all.
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The ingredients contained within Tremella DX+ are listed below. Readers should note that the individual ingredient quantities are not listed, which can make it difficult for us to estimate how effective the product is.
The main ingredients found in Tremella DX+ are not associated with major side effects, so customers shouldn’t expect any adverse experiences whilst using it. The only major exception is the use of pumpkin and dandelion, both of which have a diuretic effect. Because of this, customers may experience increased rates of urination.
Not for use by individuals under the age of 18 years. Do not use if you are pregnant or nursing. This product can raise blood pressure and interfere with other drugs you may be taking. Talk to your doctor about this product.
Tremella DX+ has virtually no customer reviews online. Many of the Malaysian sites selling the product don’t show customer feedback reviews, and there appears to be very little buzz surrounding the product on the Internet. In fact, there appear to be greater numbers of distributors selling the product than there are customers attempting to buy it. We’ve included the only two comments we could find below.
I will first try this item, taste feel good ~ hope can get good effect to my body ^^
Tremella DX+ is not available to buy directly from the manufacturer, as they have instead chosen to supply it only to specialised distributors or outlets. Customers looking to buy the product will likely not be protected by any form of money-back guarantee, as none is mentioned in advertising materials and purchases are only possible through individual distributors.
Tremella DX+ can be purchased from numerous Chinese-language blogs throughout the Internet, although English-speaking customers would likely prefer to use the numerous Malaysian webstores that also sell it. A pack of 16 sachets (or a 1-2 week supply) can be purchased for 110 Malaysian Ringgitt (RM) from Findwo, for 85RM from Lazada, and for 96RM from Qoo10. The cheapest price we found was for 76RM from iPrice (which is around $17.50). Readers should note that international shipping charges may be quite costly.
Tremella DX+ claims to offer 30 benefits in one, when in reality it struggles to offer customers a single benefit that we could find. Any claims that this oral yoghurt can bleach or lighten skin is preposterous, and had us checking and re-checking the advertising materials to see whether we had misread. There is also virtually nothing in this product that can help customers lose weight. Tremella is often used as a medicine; to see it put into a product like this is strange and slightly pointless.
What makes this version different from the original Tremella DX is the use of glutathione, which is used throughout the body in many healthy functions. Unfortunately, the form that this antioxidant has been presented in is not easily absorbed by the body, making this another strange and pointless inclusion in the formula.
Although readers based in China, Malaysia or Singapore could buy this product without exorbitant shipping costs, we would advise avoiding it because of how expensive it remains. A 16-sachet packet costs US$17-US$80, which should last 1-2 weeks based on the recommended dose. For a product that does next to nothing, this should be regarded as unacceptably expensive.
Although Tremella DX+ is claimed to be Japanese in origin, our research implies that the product is made in Malaysia by and for the Chinese market. The product’s unclear ownership means that it is sold mainly by independent distributors, many of whom have probably been scammed themselves into buying useless stock. Unfortunately, customers buying this product will likely have no ability to return it, making this another reason to avoid.
We do not recommend Tremella DX+ to our readers.
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