What You Should Know
The concept used by the makers of Ultra 90 is that the product does not stimulate or trick the body into weight loss, unlike other weight loss products on the market. They claim that their “breakthrough” formula feeds the body with collagen protein, Aloe Vera, Vitamin C and CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) supplements that may assist the body in shedding excess fat and toxins naturally. Does collagen, an ingredient associated with muscle and ligament health, really break down fat and assist in weight loss? How does Aloe Vera and Vitamin C promote weight loss? Here’s what we found.
List of Ingredients
The Ultra 90 P.M. Formula contains: Marine Collagen Protein, Aloe Vera, Vitamin C, Safflower Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Bees Wax, Lecithin.
The Ultra 90 A.M Formula contains: Marine Collagen Protein, Aloe Vera, Vitamin C, Safflower Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Bees Wax, and Lecithin, Tonalin CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).
The Ultra 90 Liquid Formula contains: Safflower Oil, Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), Marine Collagen Protein, Aloe Vera Extract, Tonalin CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) DI Water, Natural and artificial flavors, Glycerin, Sweetener, Cellulose Gum, Polysorbate 80, Potassium Sorbate.
Ultra90 should not be considered a fat burner or appetite suppressant. However, on the official website, Ultra90 is listed under the Weight Loss Products tab. The ingredients in the product have no known benefits for promoting weight loss. When comparing the ingredients in each of the formulas, we found them to be almost identical. The biggest difference in the three is that the liquid formula has some ingredients to promote flavor. Why would one need an A.M. formula and a P.M. formula with the same ingredients? Ultra90 also has an “all sales final” policy. That means if the user is not satisfied with the product, they are stuck with it, regardless. Not a very good policy if you are convinced your product is a “breakthrough formula”.
- Contains no caffeine or stimulants that promote adverse side effects.
- The website does not provide sound scientific research to support their claims.
- The product is expensive. You can get an herbal product for much less.
- No return policy. It does not appear that Ultra90 stands behind its product.
- Does not contain a proven fat burning component.
- A blogging website on the product shows that previous customers are not satisfied with their purchases.
The website tells us that there are no known side effects with the products. This is likely due to the fact that it doesn’t have any beneficial weight loss ingredients. The makers claim that Ultra90 helps to replenish lost collagen in the body as one grows older. That’s fine, but what are its benefits? Where is the scientific research? None of this can be found on their official website. The directions for use tell you to stop eating three hours before bed and take the P.M. formula. Because many people snack during the evening hours before bed, stopping that practice will definitely help in weight loss. You do not need a handful of pills to assist you there. If you’re looking for an appetite suppressant or fat burner, you will not find it here. Ultra90 is, in our opinion, a waste of money. So many products offer decent return policies that it makes no sense to pick one that doesn’t.