Vimergy Reviews & Complaints

I have tried four of their supplements: zinc, cat’s claw, L-Lysine and liquid B12 for only about two month. After about three weeks I started to get zits on most unusual places like the waterline of my eye, my lower lip, and other parts of my face as well as a most usual herpes, which even two months after I have sopped taking them it’s still present, although slowly going now. Those were very deep! For a person who hasn’t had acne or teenage skin problems I found these most shocking I contacted the company, sharing my symptoms, but they didn’t think much of them, and sent me the COA reports of all four of their products I tried. To my astonishment all were nearly identical in content and amounts and only the zinc contained zinc. The rest didn’t have what it was advertised on the bottle. How come Organic USDA Certified products contained man-made pesticides? I complained to the distributor, I bought their supplements from, and they very quickly refunded my purchase, but with this I just want to warn people, amongst them parents giving those supplements to their children not knowing that they are practically toxic! I share the COA reports below and an image of the zit on the waterline of my eye, greatly reduced. Unfortunately I didn’t even suspect that the supplement may have caused it and I didn’t take a picture earlier when it was much bigger.

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