It's time for my BioSoothe Pro Review – a neuropathy supplement that has all chances to be a scam:
- very few info about its formula and producer
- discontinued from sellers
- official website disappeared overnight
So what's the truth behind this supplement?
Is it only designed to scam people (as it seems at first sight)?
Well – here's the result of my analysis on it (+video).
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on BioSoothe Pro.
Full Name: BioSoothe Pro by James Stoke
Product Type: Nerve Pain Supplement
Best Actual Price: Around $70/bottle
Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website (unavailable at this point)
Designed For: Relieving neuropathy – it claims to:
- decreases chronic inflammation
- protects myelin sheath
- boosts neural connectivity
However – I personally doubt it can keep these promises.
My Rating: 1 out of 10 – Scam alert
Recommended?: Surely not – it's probably a scam:
- hidden ingredients list and dosage
- absolutely no real user opinion
- extremely overpriced
For the exact same price – I recommend a supplement with the best ingredients from the market.
What I Liked About It
- Contains an unusual herbal ingredient
- Pills are formulated as gelatin capsules
What I Didn't Like About It
- Full formula isn't disclosed
- No info about dosage and how many pills you should take
- No user opinions anywhere
- Extremely expensive for its real value
- Used to be available only on its official website
- At this point, its website is nowhere to be found
#1 – Claims & Producer
I will start with some general info on this supplement:
- who is the company behind it
- how exactly it works
- in what cases it can help
As I already said – BioSoothe Pro's website is unavailable at this point.
That's most likely because of its illegal strategy and activities.
For this reason – there was no way to find its promises on its official page.
But according to other 3rd party websites – here's how this supplement claims to work:
- Overcomes existing inflammatory problems.
- Protects nerve myelin sheath.
- Boosts neural connectivity.
So in terms of mechanism, it's quite different from most neuropathy supplements.
That's because the others tend to fight nerve damage and reduce the pain.
On the other hand, BioSoothe Pro's benefits are rather basic and limited.
That's why it doesn't look like an amazing product.
2. Company Behind
From this point of view – this supplement may look like a scam:
- no info about its producer
- official website was taken down
- no contact details anywhere
In fact – all we know is that the man behind BioSoothe Pro is called James Stokes.
We're told told whether he's a doctor or not, how he created this product, etc.
So from this point of view – BioSoothe Pro looks pretty shady.
#2 – Ingredients (2 out of 10)
This supplement has a major problem when it comes to ingredients:
- full composition isn't disclosed anywhere
- no doses for any ingredients
Basically – you can't really tell what's inside BioSoothe Pro.
There's no picture of the label – only a couple of ingredients are mentioned in 3rd party reviews.
And if this wasn't enough, those few ingredients are actually very basic:
- mostly regular vitamins (with no major benefits in neuropathy)
- no potent compounds
You can't find those potent ingredients from other supplements in BioSoothe Pro.
That's why its (known) compounds are very weak.
Now – let's take a closer look at the 4 ingredients given out.
1. Thicotan Root
This is actually a herbal-based ingredient with a simple benefit:
- decreases nerve signals circulation
- reduces nerve stimulation
- numbs the pain
However – it only leads to a temporary relief, since it doesn't treat the actual cause (only the symptom).
That's a common ingredient in nerve pain supplement.
However – it's usually not among the main ingredients, since its benefits are quite limited:
- stabilizes calcium levels
- maintains the inflammation under control
In terms of neuropathy – it doesn't have an essential role.
That's why I don't consider it a very useful compound.
Just like chlorecalciferol, riboflavin is another common ingredient in neuropathy products.
But like in the previous case as well – it's not an essential substance:
- boosts general energy
- can promote nerve regeneration
Since it's rarely among the focus ingredients in a supplement, riboflavin isn't an amazing compound.
4. Folic Acid
Unlike the previous substance, folic acid can't be found in nerve products very often.
But in terms of benefits – it can be helpful:
- has some antioxidant proprieties
- restores myelin sheaths
- protects against nerve damage
Basically – like any antioxidant, it has more of a protection role.
BioSoothe Pro's formula is extremely disappointing.
But that's mostly because its full ingredient list isn't known:
- only 4 ingredients disclosed
- most of them are very basic
- not the kind of formula I would recommend at any time
So considering these facts, there's no way you should go for this supplement (in terms of composition).
If you ask me, I'm pretty sure it's a scam.
#3 – Pills & Dosage (4 out of 10)
Once again – there are very few info about BioSoothe Pro at this chapter too.
Since there's no picture of the label, it's hard to know the dosage of this product before ordering it.
But here's what I found out:
- It's formulated as gelatin capsules.
- Pills itself are quite fine to swallow.
- There's no info about the recommended dosage.
- But typically, you should take about 2-3 pills/day.
- That's the average dosage in neuropathy supplements.
So BioSoothe Pro lacks some essential info when it comes to its pills.
That's why I couldn't rate it higher than this.
#4 – Results (3 out of 10)
In order to tell you how a product works, I usually check out its customer reviews.
However – this was pretty hard to do with BioSoothe Pro.
Note: I only included authentic reviews, not promotional ones.
1. Positive Reviews
Basically – BioSoothe Pro isn't available in any 3rd party retailer.
So finding any real user reviews was very hard:
- There are a bunch of reviews on it on different website.
- But all of them are promotional.
- The writers have never actually tried the product.
- They didn't even analyze it.
- They only re-write the general info given out about the supplement.
- Some even promote the product (they earn something if you buy it).
Basically – there was no way I could trust those reviews.
It was obviously they were far from legit, since they didn't even know where you could buy the supplement.
2. Negative Reviews
Unfortunately, things look pretty much the same here.
Since all the reviews on BioSoothe Pro were promotional – it's obvious they were highly praising it.
So don't be surprised to hear I found no complaints on it.
However – in reality, I'm pretty sure many people who actually tried it were unsatisfied:
- if it was a legit product, it wouldn't have disappeared overnight
- also, if it was legit, it would have both good and bad reviews
Overall – BioSoothe Pro has absolutely no authentic user review online.
For this reason, there's no way to know whether it works or not.
But given these circumstances, I'm even more convinced it's a scam.
Otherwise it would have at least a real opinion somewhere – do you agree?
#5 – Side Effects (7 out of 10)
Once again, this supplement has no info about its possible secondary reactions.
Now – I tend to estimate the side effects on any product given its formula.
But in this case, BioSoothe Pro's full formula isn't even disclosed.
That's why it's very hard to draw a conclusion based on its 4 disclosed ingredients:
- they are pretty safe overall
- those vitamins rarely cause any serious side effects
- plus, they usually have to come in very high doses to do so
So if you ask me – considering its 4 disclosed compounds, BioSoothe Pro shouldn't cause any major problems.
But once again, I can't really guarantee.
#6 – Price (2 out of 10)
Considering the actual value it has, BioSoothe Pro is extremely expensive.
Here's what I mean.
1. The Exact Price
As most neuropathy supplements – BioSoothe Pro has several pricing options.
It all depends on the exact quantity you buy:
- Standard price is $69/bottle.
- It gets better if you buy several bottles at once.
- In the best case, it costs around $49/bottle.
Honestly, either it's $69 or $49, it doesn't really matter.
This price is literally huge considering the value of this supplement.
Now – there are indeed certain nerve pain products that cost about the same.
But their formula is 10x better than BioSoothe Pro's (Nervexol is a good example).
As for this supplement, it's definitely not worth even $49/bottle.
2. Competitors' Price
I will only compare BioSoothe Pro with my #1 recommended neuropathy supplement.
I'm talking about a product called Nerve Renew:
- The difference between their formula is huge.
- Nerve Renew has the best ingredients from the market.
- BioSoothe Pro doesn't even give out its full formula.
- In terms of price, they cost about the same.
- Both offer a significant discount for larger quantities.
Now – these 2 products cost the same, but their value is completely different.
BioSoothe Pro is surely not worth more than $15/bottle.
On the other hand, Nerve Renew is the best nerve pain supplement I know.
That's mostly because it has the most superior ingredients from the market.
So from this point of view, it is surely worth $49 or even $69 (its actual value is over $100).
BioSoothe Pro is way too expensive for what it should be.
As I said – I personally believe it shouldn't cost more than $15.
If you really want to spend your money wisely, I recommend a supplement with a much better composition.
It has about the same price, but its value is much higher.
#7 – Availability (1 out of 10)
Normally – this supplement can only be found on its official website:
- not available in local shops
- you can't find it in various retailers
- it's not even found in drug stores
However – its official website literally disappeared overnight.
So at this point, there's no way you can find BioSoothe Pro.
Not that it was such a bad thing (since it's likely a scam) – but a website can't disappear overnight randomly.
It usually happens only if the brand was involved in some illegal activities and was suspended.
So that's the only explanation I have for BioSoothe Pro's issue.
But at this point – there's no way to buy it anymore, neither online nor in actual shops.
#8 – BioSoothe Pro In 3 Ideas
Here's how I would conclude my opinion on this product.
1. No Full Ingredients List
BioSoothe Pro is one of the few supplements that doesn't give out its full formula:
- no picture of its label
- only 4 ingredients mentioned (on 3rd party websites)
- no details about recommended dosage
So this is the first sign that there's something wrong with this product.
2. Unavailable Anywhere
At this point – this supplement can't be bought anywhere:
- used to be available only on its official website
- it disappeared overnight
- now you can't find it anywhere
So even if you wanted to buy this product – there was no way to do it now.
In a way, that's a really good thing, if you ask me.
3. Likely A Scam
Considering all the issues it has – BioSoothe Pro is most probably a scam.
If it was a legit product, it would have at least one real user opinion.
Plus – it could be found at least in one retailer.
But given these circumstances, I bet there's something really wrong about it.
My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?
Short answer: Definitely not.
If you want my opinion, it's 99% a scam:
- Its full formula and dosage are hidden.
- No info about the pills and how you should take them.
- Absolutely no real user opinion.
- Extremely expensive for its actual value.
- Its official website disappeared overnight.
- No way to buy it at this point.
Basically – there are a lot of major question signs about BioSoothe Pro.
And even though it might have helped some people, the risk of getting scammed is very high.
That's why I couldn't possibly recommend it.
Instead – I strongly advise you to stay away from it.
It's true that it's not available anywhere now – but in case it ever gets back on the market, make sure you don't buy it.
So what do I recommend instead? The best neuropathy supplement I know:
- strongest formula from the market
- superior versions of ingredients
- much higher value than its actual price
It's true that it's not very cheap (it costs the same as BioSoothe Pro).
But if you want to spend your money wisely and get the best product for nerve pain – that's what I strongly recommend you.