Today we review a product that Supplement Healthstore made called Veinomax. We will disclose the facts about the product and determine if the product can deliver results that consumers expect. The manufacturer made the product to strengthen capillary walls, which act synergistically to improve vein health. The product is supposed to reduce the severity of swollen ankles resulting from long-haul flights.
- Vitamin C.
Diosmin and Hesperidin strengthen vein tone and elasticity thus reduce the risk of vein tone and elasticity. Troxerutin helps to relieve heavy, painful, swollen legs and night cramps. Troxerutin also reduces the severity of swollen ankles. The inactive ingredients in the product are Microcrystalline Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate and Silicon Dioxide.
Take 2 capsules three times daily with each main meal. You should not exceed the recommended dosage. The product is suitable for vegetarians. Women who are pregnant or nursing, as well as individuals with a health condition, need to visit a health professional before use.
Possible Side Effects
Consult a healthcare professional before use especially if you are pregnant or nursing, or have a medical condition. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. This product is a nutritional supplement and should not replace a varied, balanced diet.
You can purchase the product from the official website. Each bottle consists of 180 vegetarian capsules that costs $39. The extra cost consumers will incur is the shipping of the product since the manufacturer did not make it part of the purchase price. The other thing the manufacturer did not do is offer a discount on the product.
The manufacturer did not provide a guarantee for the product, meaning consumers cannot claim their money if the product does not produce results. The manufacturer will protect itself from claims by not offering a money-back guarantee since it knows that the product cannot produce consistent results.
Conclusion of Our Veinomax Review
Some positive aspects to this supplement include the free shipping when you spend $70 or more. The product is suitable for vegetarians. But on the less positive side, we see that the product has some key flaws. There is no assurance from the manufacturer that the product is made in an FDA certified facility, that its ingredients are non GMO, that it is free from fillers and binders, that it is certified organic and free from artificial colorings, preservatives and chemicals. The manufacturer transferred the shipping cost of the product to the consumer and did not offer a discount on the product. This is an expensive product considering a bottle consists of 180 vegetarian capsules and costs $39. (A one month supply when taking the recommended 6 capsules per day). One of the major flaws in the product is the guarantee. The manufacturer failed to include the guarantee because it wants to protect itself from claims. The manufacturer knows that the product cannot produce results on a regular basis. The problem for consumers is that they would have wasted their money if the product does not produce results. A major concern for us regarding the product is that it does not have customer testimonials. Since the product does not come with a guarantee or customer testimonials, we feel that consumers are risking their money by purchasing the product.