What It Is
The manufacturer’s website for Ultra 90 markets the products as “an all-natural Collagen Protein Formula working as a nutritional supplement that assists the body in shedding excess body fat and toxins naturally.” They got the natural supplement part right, since the main ingredient is a marine collagen protein.
However, they didn’t get the weight loss claims right. None of their ingredients are backed by research and the company resorts to shady marketing practices to sell their product. Consider the following review to see what Ultra 90 really is.
- Aloe Vera
- Bees Wax
- Marine Collagen Protein
- Safflower Oil
- Vitamin C
The main ingredient is Marine Collagen Protein, which is all-natural and is the only active ingredient in the product. Despite the manufacturer’s claims, collagen is not scientifically proven to help with weight loss.
All of the other ingredients on the label are inactive. While there are health benefits to ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Safflower Oil and Vitamin C, none of them is linked to weight loss. Bees Wax is only use for the capsule casings and Lecithin has no researching proving that it helps to break down fat. In addition to no effective ingredients, Ultra 90 does tell you how much of each ingredient the pills contain.
Ultra 90 is available in 2 formulas, one for the morning and one for the evening. Although the ingredients in both formulas are the same. There is simply a different label and the manufacturer’s recommendation that you use both throughout the day. This is a nice way to double their sales. Although the liquid version simply has a label that says “AM & PM Wellness Formula”.
When you consider the ingredients in Ultra 90, you realize the product won’t work. However, they manufacturer tries to explain this by offering directions. The PM formula tells you to stop eating 3 hours before going to bed. The AM formula tells you to wait 1 hour before eating after you wake up. Many people snack and have a high calorie intake during the evening hours. Therefore, Ultra 90 is supposed to help people lose weight by consuming fewer calories. This seems like a shady deal.
Pricing and Guarantee
A bottle of Ultra 90 costs $44.95 and is listed as a “radio special” despite the fact that you haven’t heard any radio ads for the product and have found it through the internet. $45 is a lot of money for a product that won’t work even if you follow the directions to use in the morning and evening.
The manufacturer states, “We have an all sales are final policy due to the fact that it’s a perishable product.” Many companies offer guarantees, even on perishable products. Just because a company can’t resell a product doesn’t mean they shouldn’t stand behind the product. It is never a good sign when a company doesn’t offer a guarantee.
Is It Worth It?
As you can likely tell from the tone of this review, it is not recommended that you purchase Ultra 90. They have an unproven and ineffective ingredient list. They have shady marketing practices, a high price and no guarantee that you can return the product if it doesn’t work. So don’t waste your money and look for something else.