Isagenix Review - Do These Weight Loss Products Work? Are price and poor customer reviews deal breakers?PUBLISHED: 09/18/2015 | BY: SUMMER BANKS, SENIOR REVIEWER
People are talking about Isagenix, so we thought it a good idea to take a closer look into the product ingredients, pricing, customer service and clinical support. We read user comments from hundreds of dieters all over the web. We took this information and compacted it into the most important details.
What You Need to Know
To start, Isagenix is a supplement company that offers weight-loss solutions. Products from the company include shakes, formulas to flush toxins from the body and energy boosters. Supplements are taken in the morning and at night. One good thing is that you can take the meal-replacements with you to drink on the go.
The products, introduced to the market around 2002, appear to contain all-natural ingredients, which is always good. Isagenix is available by phone and from marketing associates. We like the good BBB rating and the company has been in business for more than 13 years, but read on…
Price – “Over the Top”
We are concerned about prices associated with Isagenix products. You can purchase the 30-day weight-loss program for around $350. “You can’t put a price tag on weight-loss, but when a company charges two or three times what others are charging there is a problem,” says our Research Editor. “Isagenix formulas may help you lose a little weight, but the cost is just too high.”
“I should have listened to my smarter side before dishing out close to $400 for this product, but I’m only human and fell for the empty promises that their website offered,” according to one customer.
Another dieter said, “This is an insanely small jar for the insanely high price.”
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Poor Customer Reviews – “Something to Think About”
We read through hundreds of customer reviews on forums and websites. A large percentage of the comments were negative. Bad flavor and no results were two of the more common complaints. “All of this stuff tastes nasty. Like a big glass of grape Robitussin,” offers one dieter.
“I didn’t like it. It made me bloat up and feel nasty. It wasn’t what I expected. Didn’t work for me,” claims another customer. Still another user says, “I tried this for a week and saw no difference in my weight, health or energy.”
In our research, we’ve found poor customer experience or high price can negatively affect long-term success. Due to this, we found potential problems with Isagenix.
Isagenix offers videos and marketing materials, but no real “science.” There is some evidence meal-replacement shakes can help a dieter lose more weight, but Isagenix does not present clinical research supporting a price higher than similar products. At DietSpotlight we look for published data to back up a company’s weight-loss claims. If that does not exist, to us that’s a warning.
The Bottom Line
The Isagenix company has longevity on its side and a supportive customer service department, but we have trouble recommending products without clinical support. We’re also concerned about the high price and negative customer reviews.
If the time has come to shed those extra pounds, we suggest a supplement with good customer results and a blend of ingredients supported with scientific research.
We’ve seen a lot of weight-loss products and Leptigen is one of the best in 2015. A proprietary blend of four ingredients showing a positive effect on fat loss and metabolism. There’s no talk among customers of negative side effects and results are great, based on customer reviews.
The company responsible for Leptigen is confident enough to present customers with a special trial offer – that’s a good sign.