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Inno Cleanse – The Overview
Inno Cleanse is a brand of colon management supplement which claims to promote a healthy digestive system and prevent bloating while supporting overall health and improving energy levels from within. It is marketed and sold on an official website which is professional in appearance and well-designed. There are some details about the manufacturer but customers can only contact them via email. The site does contain customer success stories but there are no results shown from any clinical testing that may have been performed in the formula.
Inno Cleanse is available directly from the manufacturer who sells it in the mid price range for products of this type. It doesn’t appear to be available at a discount if multiple bottles are ordered but costumes can subscribe and save 20% off. There are no free samples. You can return unopened item(s) within 30 days of the purchase date for a full refund. You can return the opened item(s) within 30 days of the delivery date for a 50% refund. All returning items must be less than 20% used to qualify for a refund.
Ingredients Contained in this Product
Senna Leaf Powder, Milk Thistle and Buckthorn Bark powder
Inno Cleanse – Product Description
The key active ingredients contained in the Inno Cleanse formula include Cascara Sagrada Bark powder, Cape Aloe and Fennel Seed Powder. These are all natural botanical substances that are said to work synergistically with the body. However, while all the ingredients are listed, their individual concentrations are not so the overall potency of the formula cannot be assessed. It is recommended to take 2 capsules a day. You may increase your dose to 3 capsules before bedtime for 10 days. Use up to 14 days at a time once per month or as needed. According to the manufacturer, Inno Cleanse uses natural ingredients to safely cleanse the body from the inside out. You can expect your excretions to be much larger and bulkier than normal. However, there is no clinical data shown to back up their claims.
Good about Inno Cleanse
- Customer success stories are shown
- The official website is well-presented
- Inno Cleanse ingredients are listed
Bad about Inno Cleanse
- Clinical study data is not provided
- There are no free samples for Inno Cleanse
- Individual ingredient amounts are not listed
- Multiple bottle orders are not discounted
- Manufacturer contact details are limited
Inno Cleanse – The Bottom Line
The website shows it has helped numerous consumers from digestive discomfort. Being able to try the supplement risk free for 30 days allows the user to see how well it works for them, although the results they experience will vary depending on their digestive system, general state of health and whether they’re prepared to make the lifestyle changes suggested by the manufacturer. Inno Cleanse seems to be made by a reputable manufacturer. However, their contact details are limited.
Inno Cleanse does contain some key ingredients that have a history of use in colon management supplements, but without seeing the individual amounts, the overall potency of the formula is not known. While the website gives an overall good impression of the supplement, it would be helpful not only to be given more information about the formula for Inno Cleanse but clinical testing results too. Without seeing any clinical data, the safety of the formula is not known. Overall, although there are no free samples, with their refund term, consumers will have adequate time to try the product and see how well it works.