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PureCleanse Pro – At a Glance
Colon disease has been in the forefront of the news in recent years, so it stands to reason that people are using cleansers to try to avoid any problem. Sadly, there are many products that do not live up to their hype.
PureCleanse Pro is one of these products and it promotes itself on its website by utilizing many marketing techniques employed by competitors. This can be seen from a CBS News video clip on the website that reports on an increase in colon cancer and outlines some treatments for it. The website also provides press releases from MSNBC and CNN with similar information.
Not much information of any value is provided on the official PureCleanse Pro website. It consists of one page, much of which discusses how to order. They start off by issuing a warning that this product is not meant for those who only have a few pounds to lose and that it should be used with caution. They also insist on having a customer complete a questionnaire in order to receive a free sample. This is a somewhat dubious tactic, since it is unlikely that one would not qualify to receive a free sample.
Several customer testimonials are posted along with photographs and, while there is a link for an FAQ area, it was not functioning at the time of this evaluation.
PureCleanse Pro – Facts
They do not provide a lot of information about PureCleanse Pro. They don’t provide any ingredients or dosage suggestions. We do know that it contain all natural ingredients and probably some form of fiber is included, like psyllium or apple pectin; perhaps even a laxative like cascara sagrada is included too.
There is quite a bit of confusion in the terms and conditions section, but the wording leads one to believe that PureCleanse Pro may, in fact, be a tea.
PureCleanse Pro – Positive Features
- PureCleanse Pro is completely natural.
- A free trial of the product is available from the company.
- There is a 100% guarantee for PureCleanse Pro.
- A section of a CBS new show in included on the website.
- A colon health guide comes with the free trial.
- This product might be a good prevention tool for colon disease.
PureCleanse Pro – Negative Features
- Unfortunately, a few of the links are not functional.
- They don’t provide a list of the ingredients.
- Their marketing techniques are very questionable.
- They don’t provide instructions on dosages.
- They don’t disclose the price of the product except in the ‘terms and conditions’ section.
- They don’t provide reviews about the product from independent sources.
- There have been no clinical studies conducted on PureCleanse Pro.
- The guarantee instructions are unclear.
PureCleanse Pro – Conclusion
While PureCleanse Pro has a price tag similar to other colon cleansers at $59.95 per bottle, it is one of the more questionable products of its type. How can a company expect people to purchase a product when the ingredients are not disclosed? It is wise to find recommendations for a good colon cleanser by checking on independent websites and seeing what real people have to say, instead of relying on questionable statements and testimonials provided on a company website.