What You Should Know
Celebrity Cleanse Detox is a two-part colon cleansing supplement aimed at flushing the body of toxins and boosting weight loss. There is no official website for the supplement, but various websites offer information, including a complete list of ingredients. We could not find Celebrity Cleanse Detox for sale on any vitamin website, so we assume the product is not longer being sold. The ingredients in the Celebrity Cleanse Detox are common among colon cleansers.
List of Ingredients
Cascara Sagrada Bark, Ginger Root, Fennel Seed, Barberry Root Bark, Turkey Rhubarb Root, Red Raspberry Leaf, Butternut Bark, and Slippery Elm Bark.
Some websites describe the Celebrity Cleanse Detox as a two-part system, but the only ingredient list we could find lists ingredients for just one supplement. We assume there is a second supplement or additional ingredients in the formula. However, the listed ingredients tell us enough about the supplement to warn dieters about the potential side effects.
Celebrity Cleanse Detox is formulated to be followed for one-month. Laxatives and colon cleansers should not be taken for more than a few days and only then to relieve occasional constipation.
Cascara sagrada is the main ingredient in Celebrity Cleanse Detox. This ingredient is a natural stimulating laxative that works by forcing the intestinal (colon) muscles to contract. This effect causing cramping and diarrhea for some users. If cascara sagrada is used for an extended time, the colon muscles may lose strength, forcing the dieter to take laxatives on a daily basis.
Ginger root is commonly included in colon cleansing supplements to calm the stomach and bowels. Cramping associated with laxative use can leave the dieter in pain. Ginger root may help ease that pain, but it will not work in all cases.
The remaining ingredients in Celebrity Cleanse Detox have laxative or diuretic properties. This means they are formulated to increase urination or bowel movements. Taking multiple laxatives and diuretics can lead to dehydration, cramping, diarrhea and constipation. The dieter needs to drink lots of water when taking this supplement.
Celebrity Cleanse Detox sold for more than $80 for a one-month supply. A free trial was offered for a one-time shipping cost of $14.95. There is no website listing a free trial at this time.
- Will increase bowel movements and relieve constipation.
- The Celebrity Cleanse Detox is no longer available for sale.
- The ingredients could cause laxative addiction.
- Dehydration is common with diuretic and laxative use.
- Could cause cramping and diarrhea.
Cleansing the colon has become a fast means of weight loss. Dieters need to understand that colon cleansers and diuretics force water and waste out of the body, causing a temporary shift in weight loss. As the body digests food and retains water, weight will return to previous levels.