We have all most likely heard of the Multi Level Marketing Company “Xyngular” as they are best known for weight loss, health, and wellness packages offered to people through brand representatives. Those brand representatives are given a commission kick back every time they sign someone up, or get an order. It is a win win for everyone, or so it may appear that way on the outside looking in. Xyngular is guilty of making very large promises to its customers, but that is marketing right? This particular kit we are looking into is called “Ignite” and it is said to transform you in only 8 days time. Again, a large claim but I like their optimism. To read more about Xyngular as a whole click here.
Xyngular Ignite Facts
The Ignite package will come with a variety of products in which you are to take them each day for 8 days. It is said to help break old habits and help you jump start your metabolism while protecting the body from free radicals that sneak their way into our bodies. The cost for this kit can run around $250.00, but that is a ball park because the company does not give you insights to their price ranges. Another red flag, among many with this company.
The Global Blend- This is a super fruit drink, and you will take one capful of it each day. As instructed on the bottle, take 1-2 ounces of this drink each day without food so that it can help you obtain anti-oxidants and healthy aging.
Accelerate- This is a Thermogenic product that helps with weight and appetite control. It is a tea based fat burner that is meant to be taken in the afternoon with food. Two pills of the accelerate are what is recommended, and there is caffeine present so be aware.
Axion- This is a multi nutrient pill that aids in gut support and digestion. It contains enzymes, omega 3’s, and probiotics. Take 2 tablets a day.
Cheat + – This pill is more fiber than anything else, and it helps regulate your appetite. You can take one pill before each meal for optimal results.
Flush- This product is meant to help cleanse the body and rid it of toxins. It is meant to cleanse and detoxify the colon while improving digestion and water retention. The instructions are to take 2 pills per day.
Lean– This is a meal replacement protein shake meant to ease of hunger pangs with 50 calories per serving and 10 grams of protein. 1 scoop of the lean shake mix will replace one of your snacks for the day.
Xyng– Last but not least Xyng is an energy pill meant to give you a boost during the day. This pill has caffeine in it, and it is recommended that you take 1-2 pills per day.
What’s The Word?
This is a completely non-bias double sides reviw just trying to give the facts on health and wellness products. The sad fact is, most of the reviews from real life customers were down right horrible. There is no masking that, or trying to sugar coat it to make this review “look better” than it really is. Their products are highly over priced, and they do not work very well. Let’s see what some folks had to say about one of the supplements found in the ignite package, Xyng.
Crystal Gonzalez said, “I didn't lose a pound with this. All it did was upset my stomach, made me jittery and then tired.”
Amazon Customer said, “First off this stuff is incredibly expensive. That was bad enough, but when I began taking it I got sick. I got these really bad headaches and eventually they became migraines. I was also incredibly lethargic and groggy. The distributor told me that there were no side effects except great health and loss of weight. Maybe for her, but not me.”
We could go on posting terrible stories about customer’s trying to get their money back on these products that simply made them feel worse, but why? If you are willing to throw your hard earned money at products that are not said to really work, then that is completely and entirely up to you.
What Does The Xyngular Ignite Package Offer?
They offer you a plethora of supplements and pills to take for 8 days, at an extremely high cost. Many of those pills contain caffeine; so it you are sensitive at all beware. They give a 30-day money back guarantee on their products, which is very short in my opinion, and they don’t use the safest ingredients in the book (Bitter Orange, cough cough).
As stated on the website, their return policy is as follows: “The Company will exchange products if the returned products are damaged in shipment or are incorrectly sent or for products of equal or lesser value. The request must be submitted for an exchange within 30 days from the date of the order, and will apply only to unopened, unaltered, resalable and re stock able products.
Is Xyngular Ignite Worth A Try?
I would say, no. For a lot of reasons, and I really do try to like this company because they look so legit on their website. Sadly, behind all of the glitz and glamour of their beautified website, you get cheap products that are not effective and come with side effects. You will also have a lighter bank account because their products are astronomically expensive, and you will have a complete headache of a time trying to get any of your money back if you want to return. It is not worth the risk, when there is such little reward on the back end of things! Take it from the customers who have gone before you and taken the leap, and eventually ended up unhappy. Sadly, this product does not pass in my book. Here’s to getting healthy without breaking the bank and sacrificing your time!
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