Ionic Cleanse – Is it A Rip-Off ?

There are certainly no lack of on-going comments on the body detoxification of toxins using ionic cleanse foot bath.We are living in an informational age where information are truly fast and easy to obtain at the touch of the finger. In all matters,   there are always two extreme sides – the for and the against.  The former group believes that it really works and it is an alternative medicine approach while the latter group believes that this is a scam.

There are several factors that may contribute to  the non-believer’s beliefs. Some examples may include …

1. They cannot bring themselves to accept that such a simple technology can effectively produce the intended results.
2. They do not understand that there is a science behind the technology.
3. They are affected by the non-believers’ comments .
4. They used it but they did not get the desired results.
5. If the product is priced too affordable,  they believe that it will not work.
6. They do not believe in alternative approach at all.
7. And many others reasons ….

I would like to touch on a few reasons mentioned above.

Technology or products will not exist if none of thedesired outcomes are found during the experiments phase.  This type of experiments are often carried out with data collection in mind,  through observing the behavior of some scientific facts.  The very first ion foot detoxdevice was invented in 2001 adopting the theory of low frequency therapy by Dr Rife. The apparatus then  was big and heavy.  It was after the Nobel prize award for Chemistry in 2003, that saw many morevariationscoming into the market. There are stylish and light-weight.   

Fact:   Brand owners will not jump on the band wagon to trade the product if there isn’t one success story, and most importantly it must resolve the needs of those requiring it.  

One of the negative comment given by the non-believer suggest that with or without putting the feet in the tub of water,  the water color still changes and consequently condemned that it will not work. It is quite sad and it remains a fact that unscrupulous merchant will want to use this vantageto earn some bucks by ‘imitating’ the real product without the real technology inside. To those who have encountered them, we feel very sorry for them.

There will be a reaction when water, electricity, salt and the metal plates (in the ioniser) come into play, and over time a slight yellowish tint willappearin the water. In fact, thisobservation has been posted by some of the believers when they activated the apparatuswithout putting their feet in the tub. Another main fact to note is that this process is affected by the local water quality.  For example, the water color is coffee orange in Phoenix City, Arizona state; just orange in Denver, Colorado; just coffee in Texas. 

Fact:  There are many brands offering similar results , opt the one that offer the least uncertainty ; make an effort to visit their website and check if they have FAQ, articles, resources, blogs pages that they regularly add new information to – people will only spent this kind of time and attention only when they know their product really works!

The other common remark arose from the merchant’s product claims – able to seesomeeffects in 2 sessions – they were not able to see any effectsafter 2 sessions.It is always so sad to see people giving up so easily anddeclared the ineffectiveness of the product. Different people has different biological built and different lifestyle – some people are able to see the results after 2 sessions, while others need about 7 sessions, yet some may need as many as 10 sessions to see the results 

Fact: Give yourself time to see the effectiveness, all the results to your problems will not come all together at once, it takes time to eradicate each problem you may have; pursuing a detoxification program is a life long process, do not be impatient.

I hope the above will help you to make informed ionic cleanse purchase decision.

Learn more about the ionic cleanse. Stop by Alan J Ong’s site where you can find out all about the facts that the ionic cleanse really works. http://www.simpledetox.com


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