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Who Is Fitoforce:
Company: GMO DigiRock, Inc.
Owner: Kenji Hiraiwa
Owner City: Osaka-shi Kita-ku
Owner Country: Japan
Website Location: Germany
According to Scamadviser:
The website expected life (364 days) is relatively short...this website appears to be based in Germany there are other countries involved and you should review this information carefully and decide if it is as you expect.Although being a new website, does not make it un-trustworthy, as with any new business you should be extra vigilant and do your own research before placing an order or making an investment.
The website has been newly registered with a short life expectancy, which follows the pattern used by many fraudulent and fake selling websites. Please be vigilant and take extra care before providing any payment information.
When you buy a product you expect to get good value for money, and in the case of something that promises certain results, then you want to actually see that promise being realized. Sadly there are a number of products on the market that promise results, and yet, do not keep their end of the bargain. This is what seems to be the case with Fitoforce.
What is Fitoforce?
Fitoforce is a hair product that claims to help you get rid of gray hair. The product supposedly works by removing oxygen from the colorless melanin by using the g-reductase enzyme.
In this way, the melanin’s natural color can be restored.
Another aspect which ends up raising eyebrows on Fitoforce is the fact that one cannot really find the product’s ingredients that easily.
A prospective customer will most likely be interested in the composition of such a product as he will ultimately be applying it to the hair.
Most customers prefer to stick to products that are made from natural ingredients and many go to great lengths to ensure this as they want to avoid any complications or side effects which are more likely with chemicals, additives, and other unnatural ingredients.
In the case of Fitoforce, the ingredients seem rather strange, and despite the fact that it is claimed that it contains only natural ingredients, one will surely question the effectiveness of the following composition:
- Over three-quarters of Fitoforce is simply distilled water.
- Then there is 8% tincture solution;
- 7.5% Glycerin;
- 1% Sulfur;
- 0.4% Lead acetate;
- 5.1% Proprietary herbal blend.
Fitoforce comes in a bottle that should offer around 30 to 35 applications. It needs to be applied locally to the hair and the scalp underneath areas that are gray.
It is claimed that Fitoforce users should be able to start noticing results after just 5-7 days! In my opinion, this claim is not only hard to believe but also unfounded, especially when considering the fact that there is no money back guarantee being offered, and there does not seem to be any favorable reviews about this product to be found online.
Fitoforce is being sold for $64.50 per bottle, exclusive of shipping. This is a rather expensive price considering the small size of the bottle and the lack of credibility behind this brand.
This product’s marketing campaign revolves around the elimination of gray hair in a natural way after applying this product.
As you may know, reversing gray hair is not something that is easily achieved. Hair grows gray as a result of a natural process as we age, and you can basically just try to avoid premature graying and to treat it so as to reduce it.
However, you cannot expect to have your hair color change dramatically.
Fitoforce hair lotion is being advertised by the name of ‘Gray Hair Reverse & Rejuvenating Lotion’. The phrase itself is misleading because hair color reversal is practically next to impossible.
So, all in all, one can say that this is downright misleading advertising.
For starters, the official website itself is very low quality. It runs on a WordPress theme and it lacks a proper design that is to be expected from any seller, let alone a company that is supposedly selling an effective health/cosmetology product.
There have also been reports that spamming is very common from this site, and this is yet another indication of a company that is not to be readily trusted.
All of this reflects poorly on the product itself, not just on the company. If you were to think of it, when deciding whether to buy a health-related product, you will want to settle for the best one on the market.
You are expecting to get specific results within a certain timeframe, and you crave for some sort of guarantee that this is going to work.
So upon seeing the lack of integrity in the brand name, the site and the advertising revolving around Fitoforce, you are bound to be disinclined to try it out.