MaxColon – At a Glance:
Although it appears to be much like other colon cleansing sites, there is not much information to be found on the MaxColon official site.
The dangers of colon cancer are mentioned on the website, which is only one page of information that includes network news quotes on the topic. The website contains a CBS news video clip, which doesn’t directly refer to MaxColon. In fine print at the end of the site, there is a disclaimer stating that no network or company has endorsed MaxColon, but the manufacturer is apparently trying to give the opposite impression — they even use the headline ‘MaxColon in the News’ which is obviously misleading.
The website only shows three customer testimonials and only one of the testimonials speaks about MaxColon specifically. An FAQ section for answering questions from prospective customers is not included, and there is only a short section advising that 8-10 undigested meals often remain in the colon causing possible constipation, bloating and Irritable Bowel Syndrome. An online search reveals no independent reviews; neither can any complaints against the company be found.
Maxcolon – Facts
The MaxColon site does not provide any information regarding the ingredients, which is counterproductive when you are selling something that people must ingest. Most likely the product includes a proprietary blend of laxatives (like Cascara Sagrada) and fiber (like Psyllium Husk). The popular appetite suppressant Hoodia Gordonii could be contained in MaxColon, as it apparently controls ones appetite.
The duration for using and how ones uses the product are not included in any instructions.
Maxcolon – Positive Features
- There is useful information about the prevention of colon cancer and about the disease on the MaxColon website.
- The ingredients are pure and natural.
- There is a 15 day guarantee for your money back with MaxColon.
- A complimentary trial bottle is offered through the company.
- A colon health care kit is included in the complimentary trial.
- IBS and internal parasites can be avoided by using MaxColon.
Maxcolon – Negative Features
- They do not provide a list of ingredients.
- They do not give dosage directions.
- The website does not offer an FAQ section.
- There are only three short testimonials listed.
- A single month supply is $89.95, which is pretty expensive.
- Because the free trial is only for fifteen days, it is not long enough to judge the effectiveness of the product.
Maxcolon – Conclusion
While MaxColon appears to be a somewhat reputable product, the fact that the company reveals little information about it is a cause for concern. It never ceases to amaze that any producer will think that a sensible buyer will purchase a product without knowing what the ingredients are.
Since MaxColon requires two bottles per month, it is very pricey. The website is unclear on this issue, but it appears that upon ordering the free trial, the purchaser would more than likely be registered for the auto-billing program, and such programs are often difficult to cancel in a timely manner.
The best thing you could do, is select a product that provides more information about itself.