What You Should Know
ResVival is an anti-aging product. It claims to reverse the aging process. According to the sales website, you can get a trial bottle if you pay only shipping and handling. Unfortunately, there is no other information about the manufacturer and no specific information about the product given by the manufacturer. Some other sources list differing list of additional ingredients and miscellaneous information about the product. This product is not available in stores and can only be found through an online website that requests shipping and billing information to send a free trial bottle. This product sounds very suspicious.
List of Ingredients
Main ingredient: Resveratrol, the anti-aging supplement found in red grapes that is often cited as the reason for drinking a glass of red wine every day for health purposes.
Other ingredients (not from the manufacturer; some lists of ingredients conflict): acai berry, green tea, ginger root, Hawaiian noni.
ResVival is an anti-aging supplement that claims to cleanse the body of bad toxins and help reduce weight. It also supposed to increase energy and stamina and refresh the skin due to the effects of antioxidants which strengthen muscles.
Additional benefits claimed by ResVival include reducing cholesterol and thus increasing heart health. It is also supposed to prevent cancer.
Detailed information about ResVival appears almost impossible to locate. The manufacturer does not have a website with product information, only a form for ordering the product.
- Free trial bottle for shipping fees only.
- All-natural ingredients.
- No side effects.
- Does not contain caffeine like many other weight-loss or anti-aging supplements.
- Very expensive: about $80 per bottle of 30 pills (and that is supposedly on sale).
- Has unrealistic weight loss claims.
- Contains a lack of before/ after photos.
- Has no money-back guarantee.
- Has no free gift with purchase.
- Difficult to find official information or company website.
- Doesn’t highlight the importance of healthy diet and regular exercise.
- No clinical research studies prove that resveratrol really promotes weight loss.
- Very likely a scam product.
ResVival cannot be recommended as a good product without more information from the manufacturer. The way the product is marketed looks very suspiciously like many other offers that turn out to be scams. The only way to get the product from the manufacturer is to order a “free” trial bottle and give your billing information so that they can charge you for shipping. This is always a dangerous route to take. If you want to try a resveratrol product, find a safer source before you lose money; but remember that there is no scientific research to prove the effectiveness of resveratrol as a weight-loss supplement.