We chose to review Vein-Maxx by Vanessa's Formulas since it has the premise of containing organic herbal extracts designed to support and nourish the body to help address poor vascular health.
Supplement FactsServings Size: 4 Tablets
Servings Per Container: 15
|Amount Per Serving||%DV|
|Vitamin C (from PureWay-C® proprietary formulation of ascorbic acid USP combined with lipid metabolites (fatty acids) from vegetable waxes)||320mg||533%|
|Folate (as folic acid)||400mcg||100%|
|Bilberry powder (Vaccinium myrtillus) (berry)||60mg||*|
|Wild Blueberry Extract (Vaccinium angustifolium) (fruit) [Standardized for minimum 5% total anthocyanins (7.5 mg)]||150mg||*|
|Butcher's Broom extract (Ruscus aculeatus) (root) [Std. for 10% saponins (40 mg)]||400mg||*|
|Ginkgo Biloba (leaf) extract [Standardized for 24% ginkgoflavonglycosides (38.4 mg) and 6% total terpene lactones (9.6 mg)]||160mg||*|
|Gotu Kola Extract (Centella asiatica) (leaves) [Std. for 10% triterpenes (25 mg)]||250mg||*|
|Hesperidin (from 250 mg of Hesperidin complex) (Citrus sinensis) (fruit)||100mg||*|
|Horse Chestnut Extract (Aesculus hippocastanum) (seed) [Standardized for 20-22% Triterpene Saponins calculated as Escin (80-88 mg)]||400mg||*|
|Polygonum Cuspidatum plant extract [Standardized for minimum 50% trans-Resveratrol by HPLC (120 mg)]||240mg||*|
|Rutin powder (Sophora japonica L.) (seeds)||100mg||*|
|* Daily Value (DV) not established|
|Other Ingredients: Dicalcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, silica (carrier), maltodextrin (carrier), croscarmellose sodium.|
We chose to review Vein-Maxx since it has the premise of containing herbal extracts that are considered beneficial for addressing vascular health. It is becoming more popular that consumers, nowadays, prefer to use products that have organic components. It is also said to be free of eggs, milk, fish, peanuts, crustacean shellfish (lobster, crab, or shrimp), soybeans, tree nuts, wheat, yeast, gluten, rice, beef or pork, artificial sweeteners, flavors, colors or preservatives. If you are wondering if this particular vein health product is right for you, please keep reading this review.
This product comes in the form of tablets. According to our research, consumers can take 4 tablets or more as needed with lunch or dinner. The bottle must be placed in a cool and dry place. This product should also be kept out of children’s reach.
According to our sources, one bottle of Dr. Venessa’s Vein-Maxx contains 60 vegetarian tablets and costs $24.99. The manufacturer also provides free shipping for orders over $49. As of now, we have not seen any discounts that are offered with this product.
We were unable to find a guarantee but since this product is mainly sold through third-party retailers, it is possible you could find retailers that will guarantee your purchase. Also, the reviews that we have read about this product are positive.
The difficulty of purchasing without knowing you’ve got a guarantee to lean on, is always slightly risky. We are happy to see that Vein-Maxx contains natural ingredients with no added unnecessary ingredients. We were slightly disappointed though to see that this product aims to address varicose vein issues from the inside out only. We would like to have seen a supplemental cream aimed at reducing the appearance of ugly veins. A dual action solution (internal and external options), we feel, is definitely more beneficial.