What You Should Know
CleanseSmart is a detoxification supplement that claims to cleanse the liver and colon. Part 1 of CleanseSmart is meant to support the liver. Part 2 is meant to cleanse the colon. CleanseSmart is offered in capsule form by Renew Life. Renew Life does not claim this product has fat-burning or weight loss properties, and CleanseSmart does not seem to contain any ingredients that support weight loss or appetite suppression.
CleanseSmart is one of more than a dozen detoxification products sold by Renew Life. This company was founded by Brenda Watson, a clinical nurse consultant, and is based in Clearwater, Florida. Watson is also the President of a company called Advanced Naturals that sells a nearly identical product called CleanseMax. Renew Life also offers a heavy metal cleanse, liver cleanse, yeast cleanse, muscle detox and colon cleanse. CleanseSmart’s official website does not mention any satisfaction guarantees or free trial offers. While there are not any warnings for this product on the CleanseSmart’s website, red clover should never be taken by pregnant or lactating women.
List of Ingredients
CleanseSmart Part 1: Milk thistle seed, artichoke leaf, ashwagandha root, beet leaf, bupleurum root, burdock root, celandine leaf, chlorella, corn silk, dandelion root, hawthorn berry, larch gum, milk thistle seed, mullein leaf, red clover herb, turmeric. The active ingredients in CleanseSmart Part 2 are magnesium hydroxide, cape aloe gel, rhubarb root, fennel seed, ginger root, marshmallow root, slippery elm bark, triphala.
CleanseSmart is marketed on the company’s official website as a 30-day, two-part herbal cleanse. Two capsules of Part 1 should be taken in the morning and two capsules Part 2 should be taken in the evening. A 30-day bottle of CleanseSmart is currently sold online from the official website for $32, however it is sold from other online retailers for about $27. There are no money-back guarantees or free samples available online.
- CleanseSmart can be purchased easily from its official website or from other online retailers.
- There are some positive testimonials available on the product website.
- Since possible side effects for this product are not given on the website, consumers will have to research the ingredients and their possible side effects individually.
- There are no money-back guarantees or refunds offered with this product.
- There is currently no clinical data to support the health claims of cleansing supplements such as CleanseSmart.
- CleanseSmart contains some ingredients that should not be consumed by pregnant or lactating women.
- CleanseSmart does not seem to support a healthy diet or regular fitness regimen to be used along with this product.
CleanseSmart is a cleansing health supplement containing some well-known herbs, plants, vitamins and minerals. It can be purchased online for about $27 for a 30-day’s worth of product. The main problems with this product is that it is not clear that this product or any other detoxification health supplements are effective in treating any health disorders, and the possible side effects of the ingredients are not given on the official website.