It's time for my EyeSight Max review – an eye supplement that might look a bit questionable:
- very little info on its formula/ingredients
- no details about its dosage
- no user opinions
So could this supplement be a scam?
Or could it help vision any single bit?
I tried to dig really deep into it, so here's the truth I found behind (+ video).
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on EyeSight Max.
Full Name: EyeSight Max by BuyGoods
Product Type: Eye Supplement
Best Actual Price: Around $70/bottle
Cheapest Place To Buy: Only found on its official website
Designed For: Vision improvement – it claims to:
- restore damaged sight
- prevent vision aging
- solve eye-related problems
My Rating: 3 out of 10
Recommended?: Definitely not – it might be a scam:
- lacks essential info about ingredients and doses
- very little details about producer
- no user experiences
I personally recommend a supplement with the best formula I know, that costs almost 3 times less.
What I Liked About It
- It's formulated as gelatin capsules
- Shipping is free for larger orders
What I Didn't Like About It
- Very unprofessional website
- Many unfounded claims and promises
- Little info on the company behind
- Full ingredient list and doses are not disclosed
- No info on the daily serving size
- No real user experiences
- Very expensive for the value it has
- Shipping is also very pricey
#1 – Claims & Producer
Let's start with a few general info on EyeSight Max:
- how exactly it works
- what issues it promises to help
- who is the company behind it
This is one of the worst chapters of EyeSight Max, if you ask me.
That's because it's focused on many promises that are hard to follow.
According to its official website:
- It's based on a secret formula used by Navajo people.
- Can reduce all existing vision problems.
- Will restore damaged vision in just a few weeks.
Honestly – these claims aren't very true, in my view.
Besides, EyeSight Max's website tells a story that is pretty hard to believe:
- a man had sight problems and could not see without glasses
- his grandfather prepared him a remedy made from secret ingredients
- the man's vision improved overnight
- in the following day, he didn't need his glasses anymore
According to the website – that's the exact formula you can find in EyeSight Max.
To tell you honestly, this story is practically impossible.
No mix of ingredients can repair all vision problems overnight (not even in a few weeks).
If there was any that could – everyone would be using it and it would be so popular.
That's why I cannot trust EyeSight Max's unlikely promises.
2. Company Behind
There's very little info about this supplement's producer.
However – I managed to find it's a brand called BuyGoods:
- apparently, it's a brand that sells different products
- its range varies from books to various tools
I personally do not trust this brand too much, to be honest.
A company that sells/makes so many various products doesn't look very trustworthy.
I'm not claiming it's scamming people or anything like this.
But as a supplement producer – it doesn't have an excellent reputation.
#2 – Formula (2 out of 10)
EyeSight Max has a major problem at this chapter.
As in several supplements of this kind – its full composition is not disclosed:
- only 3 ingredients are briefly mentioned
- there are no doses for any
- they are classic substances found in most eye supplements
In other words – you can't really tell what's inside this product.
So how could you expect it to restore your vision dramatically then?
Honestly – not disclosing the formula is a strategy some low-quantity products use.
And that's usually because the ingredients are pretty weak (and come in low doses).
That's why I have a pretty bad opinion on EyeSight Max.
Now – let's take a closer look at its 3 mentioned ingredients.
This herb is a potent antioxidant.
But according to EyeSight Max's website – it has a slightly different role in this product:
- protects against a toxic chemical (PM 2.5)
- this chemical increases the risk of macular degeneration
- it also leads to vision damage
That's another herb you can find in most eye health supplements.
And that's mostly because of its antioxidant and anthocyanin composition:
- also protects against PM 2.5
- strengthens sight and vision accuracy
This is definitely one of the best natural remedies for eye health.
That's the reason why it's an essential compound in all eye supplements:
- prevents against age-related macular degeneration
- protects eye health
- improves day and night vision
EyeSight Max doesn't have a unique formula – as it claims:
- it only mentioned 3 ingredients from its composition
- all of them are very common in eye supplements
- no quantity is mentioned in any
So there's no way I could recommend a product with this kind of composition.
Since you can't tell for sure what's inside it – why would you give it a try?
Especially when there are so many better alternatives on the market.
#3 – Pills & Dosage (4 out of 10)
Once again – I found very little info about EyeSight Max here.
1. The Pills
Apparently – this supplement is formulated as capsules.
That's some great news because capsules tend to be easy to take and swallow.
Plus – their gelatin cover hides any sour taste.
So taking this kind of pills should be quite comfortable.
2. The Dosage
As I said before – EyeSight Max doesn't offer any picture of the label.
So the daily serving size is not mentioned anywhere:
- there are 60 capsules/bottle
- you probably need to take 2 pills/day
- in this way, one bottle is going to last for 30 days
Now – 2 pills a day is pretty convenient.
But once again, I cannot guarantee this is the daily serving size.
You will only find out if you purchase the product and check out its label.
#4 – Results (1 out of 10)
In order to see how a supplement works, I usually analyze its customer feedback.
But unfortunately – I couldn't find absolutely any opinion on EyeSight Max (whether legit or biased):
- there are no customer opinions on its official website
- I did find several reviews on different websites
- but none of them is written by an actual users
- most of those reviews are barely promotional
- they give out general info on the supplement
- also, their goal is to make the readers buy the product eventually
So there's no way I could tell you how exactly this supplement works.
Still – given the (probably) low potency of its formula, I doubt it could help tremendously.
Since high-quality products need at least a few weeks to start working, it's obvious EyeSight Max would need a lot more (in the best case).
#5 – Side Effects (5 out of 10)
As you might expect – there's also very little info on EyeSight Max's secondary reactions.
Now, eye supplements tend to be quite well tolerated in general.
Also – this exact supplement probably has some lower doses than most.
For this reason, the risk of side effects should be minimal:
- its ingredients are pretty common
- they cause secondary reactions very rarely
- their doses are (most likely) under the average limits
So this aspect shouldn't be something you worry about too much.
#6 – Price (3 out of 10)
Unfortunately – EyeSight Max looks pretty bad at this chapter.
That's because it's one of those pricey vision supplements, which are not very worth it (in my view).
1. The Exact Price
As I said – you can't find this supplement outside its official website.
So here's what its pricing options look like:
- Standard cost is $69/bottle.
- If you buy several bottles at once, price gets a bit lower.
- For a 3 months supply, price is $59/bottle.
- While for the 6 months supply, price is $49/bottle.
- Shipping is also free for the last 2 options.
Now – even $49/bottle is extremely expensive for a formula like EyeSight Max's one.
You're basically paying this for only 3 ingredients (whose dosage you don't know).
Not to mention that you can get this supplement at $49 only if you buy the largest supply directly.
I definitely don't recommend you to do that, anyway.
So its regular price is $70/bottle, which is way too much.
That's why I could not recommend EyeSight Max in any circumstances.
2. Competitors' Price
I will only compare EyeSight Max with my #1 recommended vision supplement.
I'm talking about a product called Lutenol:
- EyeSight Max has a hidden formula (with only 3 ingredients mentioned).
- Lutenol has an excellent formula (with over 15 ingredients).
- In terms of price, there's a big difference as well.
- EyeSight Max costs $69/bottle normally (+ $16 shipping).
- In the best case, you can get it for about $49.
- Lutenol costs $28/bottle normally.
- In the best case, you can get it for about $20.
In other words – Lutenol has a way better formula than EyeSight Max.
However, it's also almost 3 times cheaper overall.
So it's obvious that it's a lot more valuable and worth the money, compared to EyeSight Max.
Price is definitely a major problem of this supplement.
It's very expensive for a vision product – especially given its pretty poor value.
So it's definitely not a supplement I would recommend.
#7 – Final Conclusions
Here's how I would sum up my opinion on EyeSight Max (in 3 ideas).
1. Unknown Ingredients
The biggest problem of this product is its undisclosed formula:
- it claims to have a unique composition
- but it only gives out 3 ingredients
- all of them are very common in eye supplements
Not to mention that the doses from EyeSight Max are also unknown.
2. Very Little Real Info
Since its ingredients are not disclosed – it's obvious you won't find too much info on this product:
- no picture of the label
- no daily serving size
- little details about the producing company
So it's pretty hard to have trust in a supplement you don't know too much about.
3. Too Overpriced
EyeSight Max doesn't even let people know what's inside its pills.
So why would one pay $70 for a bottle – when you don't know what it contains?
That's why this product is extremely expensive for its value.
My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?
Short answer: Definitely not worth it.
I'm not completely sure it's a scam – but there are some signs that it might be:
- Many unfounded promises that are impossible to keep.
- Full ingredient list is not disclosed.
- No doses for any ingredients.
- Absolutely no user opinion/experience.
- Very expensive overall.
In fact – it's one of those products with unprofessional websites that look like mere sales pages.
That's why it's possible that this supplement is a scam.
So there's absolutely no way I could recommend it.
Now – what would I go for instead? A product called Lutenol:
- it's the best eye supplement I came across
- its ingredients and doses are excellent
- makes a great choice in terms of quality/price
Compared to EyeSight Max, it's much more valuable and way cheaper.
So it's clear that it makes a way better choice from all points of view.