Wellness Wednesdays: iPurify Colon Cleanse In Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

iPurify Colon Cleanse

I’m trying something new (so please bare with me). Each Wednesday through the Summer (or longer, if I can keep up with it), I want to share a “Wellness Wednesdays” post with you outlining something that I’m doing to promote better living. It might be a product that I’m trying or an activity that I participated in but every Wednesday it will be something different and today I want to talk about a Colon Cleanse that I’ve been doing for the last week from iPurify.

I’ve always wanted to try a good colon cleanse (no, I’m not kidding) but I haven’t been sure exactly where to start. I looked into the possibility of trying one of those hydrotherapy colon cleanses in my area but think it might be best if I try a supplement first. I guess I might be a little afraid of what the hydrotherapy treatments entail.  That said, I received the opportunity to work with Reduxa, Inc. to review their 30 day cleanse. The pills, which you take at night, contain: Vitamins A, D, and E, B-1, B-2, B-3, and B-6, Folic Acid, Pantothenic Acid, Calcium, a Fiber Herbal Blend, and a Thermagenic Blend of Green Tea, Ginger Root, and Guarana.

The cleanse is said to help promote weight loss, eliminate waste and toxins from the body, and support digestive health.  According to the product instructions, you’re to take two capsules each evening with water after a meal.

I’ll be honest with you, I’m always leery of products that promise to remove toxins from your body because it’s hard for me to verify that’s actually happened during the process but I will say that what I enjoy most about this product is that it really does facilitate the removal of waste from your body (if you’re picking up what I’m throwing down). Take a peek at the Amazon review that I left after using this product:

Austin Powers kept asking “Who does number two work for?!” Well, he had clearly never tried the iPurify Colon Cleanse because I started taking this a little over a week ago and I showed number two who’s boss. This product will you make you poop. It does the trick. Well done, iPurify, well done.

I eat a decent amount of fiber in my everyday diet and so I wasn’t sure what to expect with this product but it really does promote the elimination of bodily waste (or, for lack of better words, it makes ya poo). While I haven’t noticed a change in weight or energy level, I’m satisfied in how the iPurifyColon Cleanse worked for me.

Questions about this review?! Feel free to email me anytime at itsanordinaryblog@gmail.com

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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10 thoughts on “Wellness Wednesdays: iPurify Colon Cleanse In Review

  1. ciasays says:

    Ok I too, have always wanted to try a good cleanse. The idea that waste is just sitting inside of me is unsettling. I’m going to try this. Hopefully I will be showing #2 who is boss as well. LoL!

  2. Paula Parker says:

    As you already know, I am a huge fan of your writing. Ironic when you are trying to get me to #2 that you made me pee a little with all the laughing. If only you could laugh the #2 out of you. Thanks for the recommendation!

  3. notquitewonderwoman says:

    I might try this. I periodically take some ‘colon assistance’ ever since I have a colon eruption, emergency surgery, colostomy bag, and subsequent reversal 4 years ago. (gross huh? Talk about being aware and up close and personal with your poop!) So I’m always looking for a good cleanse. 🙂

  4. Jen says:

    I have never done a colon cleanse either but its got to be good for you. Now if I could just find a day where I will be home ALL DAY…:)

  5. eunkyungsuh says:

    I am not sure I’d do this. Thankfully I’m all good down there. I do take natural supplements to help me detoxify daily. I’m intimidated by this stuff. Glad it worked for you.

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