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Colopure – At a Glance
The first impression from the Colopure site is the references to MSM and NBC about colon disease. These reports are familiar to anyone who has read up on colon issues, and are apparently offered on the website to grab attention for Colopure. Colopure touts itself as the most potent and successful product available, and was honored as American Readers magazine’s ‘Best New Detox Product.’ The maker states that lack of colon health is to blame for everything from halitosis to chronic exhaustion and constipation.
Colopure will give you a cleaner system and better hair, skin, and nails. Central Coast Nutraceuticals produces Colopure, but little is known about this company. They assert that the components contained in their merchandise are ‘tride’ (sic) and evaluated in accredited GMP licensed labs, as well as having FDA approval. The FDA has not approved of this product’s health claims.
Colopure – Facts
There is very little information about Colopure. They list ingredients appearing on the label, however they don’t explain their importance. The primary component is fiber ingredient psyllium husk, along with cascara sagrada bark, ginger, licorice and buckthorn. Ironically, although they state that the product does not include strong stimulants, in fact that is precisely what the cascara sagrada ingredient is. The company is direct about product dosage instructions, recommending 1-3 pills for use each evening. According to the company, after three months people experience weight loss.
Colopure – Positive Features
- Colopure uses the same ingredients as other colon cleansers in the industry.
- They provide good information on what causes the colon to become sick.
- It’s easy to take this product.
- A scattering of user testimonies are offered on the official site.
Colopure – Negative Features
- Colopure focuses on weight loss and not just on colon health.
- It was unclear if cascara sagrada bark was part of the formula.
- Little is known about the manufacturing company, Central Coast Nutraceuticals.
- People have complained about this company’s return policy and poor customer service.
Colopure – Conclusion
Although this product may or may not be effective, the entire Colopure ordering process is overly complex and has led to consumers being charged without expecting it, and feeling defrauded. The primary problem appears to originate with the offer of the product as a trial priced at $1, followed in 20 days with a $38.95 fee showing up. The site’s FAQ segment explains in detail the charge and order process, yet it is very confusing and probably typical customers will be discouraged from trying to figure it out. Along with criticisms of seemingly unwarranted charges, some customers have complained they were assessed fees for unordered merchandise like Hoodia Gum, and had great difficulty with cancellation. With the abundance of products like it available, customers may prefer to avoid the bother or confusion of the ordering process and try something other than Colopure.