If you're looking for a review of the Urgent Cell Repair supplement that is being promoted like crazy online, then you're in the right place.
Is Urgent Cell Repair legit? Is it a scam? Will this supplement work? I'll be answering all of these questions in this review.
Phytage Labs' Urgent Cell Repair supplement is promoted in many different ways, with one of the most recent promotions I've come across claiming it is some "breakthrough immunity solution"...
And I also found a promotional video that differed a bit but said the same basic things...
The main selling point of this supplement is that it can help rejuvenate cells, which can help improve health in a number of different ways - and there is also an emphasis on its ability to improve immune function, helping the body fight off infections.
The supplement consists of 27 natural ingredients that can restore every cell in your body within 30 days. and this is all supposedly backed by researchers at Harvard, Yale, Oxford, Johns Hopkins, and Stanford.
Some of the said benefits include:
- support immune health to help fight off colds, viral infections, toenail fungus and more
- improve skin health to get rid of cold sores, acne, etc.
- increase kidney function
- help with digestion and decrease IBS symptoms
- increase cognitive ability
- improve heart health
- improve liver function to help wash away toxins and more...
HOWEVER, there are some red-flags that caught my attention.
Besides the fact that the sales presentation is a bit too... well... salesy... there was something else a bit alarming I came across.
The Doctor Behind It... Sounds Like a Fake
Dr. Charles Tate, who is a doctor that specializes in holistic and alternative medicine, came up with the formulation this supplement has... or so I thought. This is what I was told in the one sales pitch.
However, in the other sales pitch I came across I was being told that a Dr. Steve Klayman was the guy behind it.
This is a major red-flag for me, and so I decided to dig around a bit more. And, as it turns out, the picture shown of "Dr. Charles Tate" is actually a fake...
Upon searching for the image online, I was able to find that it is just a stock photo that anyone can purchase and use online, meaning that this guy's name probably is NOT "Dr. Charles Tate"...
So who is the real doctor behind this product? This remains unknown.
The sales pitch is a bit much, and there are some major red-flags here... but let's get to the review and see how good this supplement really is...
What Is Urgent Cell Repair?
- Product: Urgent Cell Repair
- Type: Health supplement
- Manufacturer: Phytage Labs
- Price: $69.95
- Where to Buy: Official website here
Urgent Cell Repair is somewhat of a "jack of all trades" supplement. It is formulated with a long list of 27 natural ingredients and can help improve everything from immune health and your body's ability to fight off infections, to skin health and helping return skin to a youthful glow.
In a nutshell, this supplement is a basically a multi-vitamin, that also includes minerals.
Some pros of Urgent Cell Repair include:
- It's formulated with 100% natural ingredients
- It's made in the USA
- These ingredients are scientifically proven - to some extent
The 27 ingredients that this supplement contains along with the amounts of each are as follows:
In case you can't read that, here they are again:
- Vitamin A (acetate/beta-carotene)
- Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
- Vitamin D-3 (cholecalciferol)
- Vitamin E (di-Alpha tocopheryl acetate)
- Vitamin K-1 (phytonadione)
- Vitamin B-1 (thiamine hcl)
- Vitamin B-2 (riboflavin)
- Niacin (niacinamide)
- Vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine hcl)
- Folic Acid
- Vitamin B-12 (cyanocobalamin)
- Pantothenic Acid (d-calcium pantothenate
- Calcium (dicalcium phosphate/carbonate)
- Iron (ferrous fumarate)
- Phosphorus (dicalcium phosphate)
- Iodine (potassium iodide)
- Magnesium (oxide)
- Zinc (oxide)
- Selenium (amino acid chelate)
- Copper (cupric oxide)
- Manganese (sulfate)
- Chromium (amino acid chelate)
- Molybdenum (amino acid chelate)
- Potassium (chloride)
- Boron (amino acid chelate)
Are They Really Proven to Work?
Are these ingredients proven to work? Well, yes, they are. However, don't get your hopes up too much.
What we have here is a supplement that is a concoction of vitamins and minerals, all of which are well studied and well-known.
With a long line-up of 27 ingredients like this it very well could have the long list of benefits it is promoted as having, such as the benefits of improving immune health, heart health, kidney and liver health, leading to younger looking and healthier skin, etc.
- Vitamin C supports immune health
- Vitamin E's high level of antioxidants can protect the body from viruses like the flu [source: ResearchGate] - and there are lot's of other ingredients here with high levels of antioxidants, all beneficial to the immune system
- The B vitamins and vitamin E in the formula are well-known to improve hair and skin health, as well as some of the minerals such as zinc
- Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to everything from liver diseases to decreased immunity
- And so on.
I'm not going to go through every single ingredient here because it would take me all day.
The point is that these are all proven. But don't think of this supplement as some sort of miracle cure. Just about everything in this supplement can be easily provided through a healthy diet of normal foods.
If you are eating a healthy and balanced diet, then you are probably already getting optimal amounts of most of these ingredients, and supplementing more of them isn't going to do you any good. However, Americans and citizens of other developed countries are notorious for poor diets, diets that consist of large amounts of processed foods... that lead to deficiencies in vitamins and minerals.
Statistics have been improving in recent years, but still... according to Kresser Institute about 31 percent of the US population is at risk for at least one vitamin deficiency or anemia... and some sources report even more alarming numbers.
Looking at the statistics, a supplement like this should be able to help out a large amount of the population.
Any Side Effects?
There shouldn't be any. Of course it's always recommended that you talk to your doctor before hand, because it seems this has to be said nowadays... but the reality is that the ingredients this supplement has are all natural and well-studied.
And they are provided in moderate amounts.
No side effects have been reported that I have seen, and I wouldn't expect any.
Cost & Refunds
The cost is $69.95 for one bottle. This price might decrease the more you purchase, but I'm not really sure.
$69.95 for a 30 day supply is pretty expensive in my opinion. But then again, this does contain quite a large lineup of ingredients and the quality of the ingredients can make a big difference.
As far as refunds go, they have a 90-day money-back guarantee, which is pretty darn good... a better return policy than stores like Walmart or even Amazon. According to them, you can return the used bottle to get your money back at any period within 90 days of ordering...
*I'm guessing you will have to pay for the return shipping however! And I'm also not sure how big of a hassle their return policy is.
The Company Behind It
Phytage Labs is the manufacturer of this supplement. They have a B- rating with the BBB, which is decent, but do have a number of complaints as well.
It seems that most of the complaints stem from their over-the-top and misleading advertising practices as well as spamming people via email.
They are not the most trustworthy company it seems, but at least their products are made in the USA - this means they are subject to more strict regulations than, say, China... as an example.
Pros v Cons
- Natural and proven ingredients
- No side-effects
- Large variety of ingredients
- Has a number of various health benefits - due to the large variety of ingredients
- Made in the USA
- 90 day refund policy
- Fairly common ingredients - many people probably already get adequate amounts from their normal diets
- Over-hyped marketing practices used
- Company doesn't have the best reputation
- Pretty expensive
Is Urgent Cell Repair a Scam?
The only reason I'm answering this is because I know some people will be asking because of the over-hyped marketing material around this product, which can make things seem scammy.
No, Urgent Cell Repair is not a scam. Just don't expect it to be the amazing miracle product that it is touted as being.
Conclusion - Worth a Try?
Urgent Cell Repair is 100% natural, contains 27 ingredients that are proven to work (to some extent) and well-researched... but is pretty expensive and the company doesn't have the greatest reputation.
So should you give it a try?
Well, this is up to you.
I think it could be beneficial to a lot of people out there because of the poor diets and nutrition people get nowadays, but just don't expect this to be some sort of miracle cure... because it is not.
You can purchase Urgent Cell Repair here if you'd like.
Also, you should be aware that there are cheaper alternatives available. These can be hard to compare however, because, for example, two supplements might contain the same amount of vitamin A, but we don't know which is better quality.
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Also, leave any comments or questions below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂