Regenify Review – 3 BIG Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy It

Rob Miller | December 4, 2017
Product Reviewed: Regenify
| 2 OUT OF 5 | Review by: |

Home » Other » Regenify Review – 3 BIG Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy It

Contents

Regenify Overview
Regenify Ingredients and How They Work
Regenify Pros and Cons
Where to Buy
3 BIG Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy It
Conclusion

Regenify Overview

We’ve been researching, testing, studying, and learning about nutritional supplements available online for a number of years now, and we’ve seen all kinds of products marketing in all kinds of different ways.

At this point, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a website with nothing but the name of the product and an order button.

This is kind of what I thought of when I, originally, saw the website for Regenify.

I was asked by a visitor to take a look, and when I did, I thought “surely this can’t be all there is."Q There’s almost no information at all about what Regenify is, what’s in it, or what it does.

Since then, things have changed a bit…

What we do know is that Regenify provides pure, natural pain relief, and that it has something to do with cell rejuvenation.

Originally, there was no section on ingredients. Nothing on how it works.

No customer testimonials, no background information.

Really, just the name, an image of a happy, vibrant middle aged couple, a few words, and an order button.

Well, we kept digging, and here’s what we ended up with.


Regenify ReviewRegenify Ingredients and How They Work

Like I said, originally when I was doing my research for this supplement, there was no ingredient information anywhere.

All we knew is that they were all natural.

I’m not sure when they did it, but they finally updated their website with a list of the ingredients.

And that list is HUGE…Almost too many to mention, but in the interest of being as detailed as possible, here they are:  Vitamins A, C, D, E, B1, B12, and K, Niacin, Folic Acid, Biotin, Panthotenic Acid, Calcium, Iron, Phosphorus, Iodine, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Chromium, Molybdenum, Chloride, Sodium, Potassium, Choline, Inositol, Boron, Silica, Vanadium, Fluoride, Sea Cucumber extract, Resveratrol, Lutein, and Zeaxanthin.

Ok….

now my fingers hurt…:)

The label on the bottle calls it a “cell rejuvenation formula,” and according to the directions you’re supposed to take one capsule per day along with a meal or as directed by your physician.

At one time, Regenify was available on eBay, where you can find a more detailed explanation of its benefits.

Here, they claim that 1 Regenify pill is capable of repairing 2 trillion cells in a 24 hour period.

By repairing these cells, you’ll see a 73% increase in hair growth, your skin will be more vibrant, you’ll have greater athletic abilities, your joints and muscles will feel better.

Basically, because of the 2 trillion cells repaired daily, you’ll see improvements everywhere:

  • No more aches and pains.
  • Clearer memory.
  • No more varicose veins.
  • Whiter toenails.
  • Clear skin.
  • Thick hair.
  • Healthy heart.
  • 73% more lung capacity.
  • Fewer toxins in the liver.
  • Faster metabolism.
  • Cure for irritable bowel.

  • Freely moving, pain-free joints.
  • Stronger teeth and bones.

  • Lower cholesterol
  • Greater libido
  • No more stretch marks.
  • No more ringing in your ears.

That’s a lot of benefits in one little pill. Almost too good to be true, perhaps?

Regenify Pros and Cons

Advantages of Regenify

  • The ingredients are all natural.

  • They have a money back guarantee, more on that below.

Disadvantages of Regenify

Where to Buy

Currently, the only place I see to purchase Regenify is the official website (Here’s a link:  https://www.actalcelpainrelief.com/#/).

A single bottle costs $49.95 with discounts for bulk orders.They advertise a 90 day money back guarantee, which applies to both opened AND unopened bottles.

You may also call them at 800-931-9472 to place an order.


3 BIG Reasons You Shouldn’t Buy It

  1. There’s VERY limited info available on the product.

  2. No reviews from customers available.

  3. No scientific data to back up their claims.

Conclusion

There’s too little to go on with Regenify to come to a logical conclusion.

They make a lot of claims, but can those claims REALLY be substantiated?

In my opinion it looks nothing more then a multivitamin, and with very limited proof from customers that have ACTUALLY used the product, I would say take a pass on this one.

Have You Used Regenify? Leave Your Review Below!

How People Found This Review:

and panaxcea, and Resetigen-D, and regenify, and Regenify Reviews, and resetigen-d reviews, and Regenify Does It Work

User Reviews

I spent $2,000 looking for a product like this.

5 out of 5 stars
Sep 07, 2015 by 
Stuart Plater

I wanted a supplement that was just 1 capsule a day. One that would not raise my blood pressure, pulse, or more ringing in my ears.

 

It had to have the ability to cure all of my problems, and with stem cell technology, all vegatative, no drugs. I ordered a bottle, and as always, I started the first day with a capsule with only 1/3 of the product.

 

No problems at all. Same the second day.

 

Still all OK. The third day I filled 2/3's Still no problems.

 

On the 4th day I took the whole thing, and again the 5th day (Labor Day 2015, today).This day I got out of bed, got on my incline treadmill for 15 minutes, then grabbed a pair of 8 lb dumbbells and used them for another 15 minutes.

 

I felt great. I noticed that my leg cramps that I have been having during stretching as I woke up were gone.

 

I took a shower and started to shave and noticed that 3 white spots on my face, which were only the size of a dot, but hard as a rock (not pimples) were now gone. I also remembered that I slept like a baby, and didn't get up at all during the night.

 

Now I think I'm going to give it another week, then if all is still looking up, I'm going to order a lot of this stuff.So far, I love it.

 

I even had a beer with lunch today and a little Tonic Water which keeps the mosquitoes away since it contains a little quinine. No problem with either.

 

I'm 80 years old, so I remember that soldiers fighting in the jungles in the south seas used it all the time. That's it folks! Trust me, I am Very Happy today.

 

Was this review helpful to you?
1220 out of 1343 people found this review helpful.

Marji's Review

3 out of 5 stars
Sep 26, 2015 by 
Marji

I have been taking this for 18 days and I am sleeping better.Is it the pill I don't know but I also notice I don't feel so bloated.

 

With all the good vitamins etc Its got to help.Also notice difference in hair and skin.
Question I do have bad knee (don't want surgery bone on bone)I don't think at this point it is doing much for that.

 

Was this review helpful to you?
778 out of 880 people found this review helpful.

Regenify

1 out of 5 stars
Sep 03, 2015 by 
jUDY BEAVER

I tried Regenify for 3 months without a single benefit so returned them under warranty

Was this review helpful to you?
689 out of 786 people found this review helpful.

Erin 's Review

4 out of 5 stars
Oct 02, 2015 by 
Erin

I have been using it for 30 days now.I do think it benefits me some ways , I have more energy .

 

Was this review helpful to you?
605 out of 685 people found this review helpful.

Regenify

2 out of 5 stars
Sep 08, 2015 by 
Judy

I purchased one bottle to see if it would help my knee pain but haven't noticed anything as of yet I have been taken for about three weeks now think I will finished bottle and decide if I want to reorder or not

Was this review helpful to you?
546 out of 651 people found this review helpful.

Ask A Question

Your First Name

Your Email

Your Question

User Questions and Answers



I had never heard of it before receiving a mailer. In the mailer they list all of the ingredients as well as some customer testimonials and state that there is a 1 year guarantee. Send back empty bottles and they will return all of your money as well as offering a 30 day free trial with just a phone call. Admittedly it sounds almost too good to be true but honestly, what does a person have to lose? -

I haven't seen the flier, myself. I agree with you, it sounds to good to be true.- Rob

Was this question helpful to you?
243 out of 288 people found this question helpful.




Well, I just saw a flier that claims Regenify is made from Starfish and, since Starfish can regenerate their limbs naturally, the process will work for people. 2 billion cells a day times 30...it will grow your hair back, cure your erectile dysfunction, cure enlarged prostate, among many other. Wow! Is this product for real, or just another baseless claim? -

If you look at the ingredients, it's really nothing more than a multivitamin. I think if it could regrow a limb, we'd know about it.  I'd say it's more scam than not.- Rob

Was this question helpful to you?
183 out of 208 people found this question helpful.




Do they have a 800 number to call -

The number they give on their website is 1-800-931-9472.- Rob

Was this question helpful to you?
156 out of 191 people found this question helpful.




I am diabetic, aged 81, 4 by-pass surgery, aortic valve replacement. On med for HBP and glucose also on Eliquest. Will this be compatible with prescription meds? How to proceed? -

It looks like it's just vitamins, but because you take prescription medication, you'll need to check in with your doctor before starting any supplements.- Rob

Was this question helpful to you?
122 out of 136 people found this question helpful.




Has anyone complained of Regenify upsetting their stomach? -

I haven't heard that from anyone yet, but some people's stomachs are sensitive to taking vitamins.- Rob

Was this question helpful to you?
93 out of 105 people found this question helpful.

Author: Rob Miller

Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 2 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. Originally, he founded the blog to help research various mens health supplements on the market. Today, SupplementCritique.com has grown to one of the largest men's health and fitness products review sites on the internet. Rob currently resides in the south beach section of Miami, with his girlfriend of 2 years, and his German shepherd "Max". Follow him on Twitter or find him on Google +.