Bella Gold Serum is a quite new anti-aging product on the market, very similar for optimind. It is manufactured by a bad-known company located in St. Petersburg, the USA. Its complete address is PO Box 41542, St. Petersburg, FL 33743. There is an official product's website which is not very informative, though. It gives no information about the cream's ingredients and possible adverse reactions, even though the manufacturer describes how the formula works. It is said that if you are not satisfied with the product and wish to return it, you may send a refund claim to the higher mentioned address.
There is also a telephone number on the website, as well as an email. Bella Gold Serum is also called Belladerm Anti-Aging Cream. It is self-proclaimed as the best selling anti-aging product. The manufacturer claims that it solves the problem of fine lines, creases, wrinkles, and dark spots on the human skin. In fact, these claims are similar to those given by other companies offering anti aging skin products.
Does It Have Any Side Effects?
The manufacturer of Bella Gold Serum does not mention any side effects or adverse reactions of the cream. However, it has not been clinically proven to be safe, neither were the product's ingredients confirmed by the FDA. Despite this fact, the company claims that this cream is completely safe for the skin. I cannot trust this claim because the formula uses a number of chemical components. It means that some users may experience certain allergic reactions. So, if you are prone to any allergic reactions, avoid using this cream. Do not apply it to your skin if you have any kind or skin irritation or itching. This serum is said to be ineffective in terms of fighting wrinkles or fine lines. Let us have a look at several users' reviews.
The official website of CogniFocus does not provide a full ingredient list of the product, however, it is claimed to start working only in 30 minutes after taking a capsule. What you are promised to feel with CogniFocus is a reinvigorating rise of energy boost that is going to last for a few hours. The manufacturer claims that this energy boost feels more natural than that achieved with coffee. However, one of the active ingredients in the product is caffeine. One serving of CogniFocus contains 150mg of caffeine, which is about the same amount in a big cup of strong coffee. The company says that they use whole green coffee beans as a source of caffeine. This kind of beans contain chlorogenic acid.
The amount of Chlorogenic Acid is reduced due to the process of roasting coffee beans. But what are the benefits of this acid? In fact, it is not described on the official website of the company, so you never know what exactly you are putting into your body. Nevertheless, it is mentioned that chlorogenic acid is included into the WGCP Blend of the supplement. In fact, the majority of CogniFocus (1645mg) consists of this WGCP blend. It would be wise to learn this component more deeply.
WGCP is an abbreviation of whole green coffee bean. This Blend consists of all of the compoundts found in green coffee beans. In fact, WGCP is a trademarked formula that contains chlorogenic acid, fiber, neochloregenix acid, feruloyquinc acid, dicaffeolyquinc acid, and natural caffeine. Unfortunately, there is no documented evidence of any studies performed of the WGCP blend. That is why we are not aware of any possible negative side effects associated with the use of this component. The formula does not seem to have been studied enough by any independent organization or researchers. It is unknown exactly what the recommended dosage of CogniFocus is.
No ingredients are mentioned or described on the official website of Dominant Testo. It is only stated that this supplement contains natural nutrients. I managed to find the list of its ingredients: Horny Goat weed, Tribulus Terrestris, Fenugreek extract, L-Arginine, Digestive enzymes, Amino acids, Beta Alanine, Antioxidants and Vitamins. It is unknown whether the supplement contains any preservatives, food additives, or dyes. For this reason, if you have any allergies, you should avoid this product because you risk getting a severe allergic reaction. Let's stop on the main components.
Fenugreek is also known as Trigonella foenum-graecum. It is an herb growing in the southern Europe, Mediterranean regions, and western Asia. In fact, its leaves and seeds are used in different ethnic cuisines. Its effect as a masculinity-enhancement component is under question. Fenugreek is said to increase testosterone, but this claim is not scientifically proven, thus, it needs more research. As this compound slows the absorption of sugar, it can be too risky for people who suffer from diabetes and take medicines lowering blood sugar levels.
Tribulus Terrestris is a plant that grows not only in North America but all over the world. It has been used in traditional and alternative medicine to increase masculinity and athletic performance. This compound may increase androgen levels, but there is no evidence proving this claim. Even if it works its effect is too mild. Horny Goat Weed is native to China and has been used in traditional Chinese Medicine for many years. This herb is believed to contain compounds that enhance blood flow and athletic performance but there is no proof that Horny Goat Weed really works. Its effective isn't proven in terms of treating join problems, memory issues, fatigue, heart health, and high blood pressure.
The product's main ingredients claim to improve memory, concentration, focus and other brain functions. They include Huperzine extract, Vinpocetine, Citicoline, Rhodiola extract, Alpha Glycerylphosphorylcholine, Gingko Biloba extract, Phosphatidylserine, Green tea, niacin, Vitamin B12, peppermint oil, tulsi, bacopa monnieri, acetyl l-carnitine, and DMAE. Few of these ingredients have been officially tested by experts, so their potential for enhancing the brain's work is not established.
Vinpocetine is added to the product in the dosage of 600 mcg. This chemical was derived from the periwinkle plant. Hungarian doctors prescribe this ingredient to treat cerebrovascular disorders but it is not very effective. It works by improving cerebral blood flow. The dosage of Huperzine in Excelerol is 12.5 mcg. This compound was derived from Chinese club moss that is known for its abilities to enhance cognitive performance, even though this fact has not been supported by clinical studies. The dosage of Vitamin B12 is 1,250. This component is undoubtedly important for different bodily functions, but it has little to do with the neurological system.
Niacin is added to Excelerol in the dosage of 5 mg. It is also called B vitamin. Being an essential vitamin, it mildly works to increase cognition and life expectancy. Thus it has to be taken for a long period of time before demonstrating any improvements. Guarana Extract contains four times the amount of caffeine as coffee, thus, it has stimulating effect but can be harmful for people with certain health conditions. Kola Nut Extract contains both theobromine and caffeine which have a stimulating action. DMAE Bitrate or Deanol is a chemical added to some supplements to improve memory, treat ADHD, and boost cognitive function. It increases the production of choline, the neurotransmitter acetylcholine building block. It is not known for sure whether it is really able to boost alertness.
Bacopa Monnieri Extract is an herbal ingredient used to boost cognitive functions and as an antidepressant. It reduces stress and levels of cortisol. Acetyl L-Carnitine is responsible for forming the neurotransmitter acetylcholine in combination with choline. Peppermint Oil is used to treat different digestive problems but it has not been shown to improve memory, as claimed by the Excelerol manufacturer.
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