Is VisiRestore A Scam? My Honest Review (2024)

Is VisiRestore A Scam? My Honest Review (2020)

It's time to review VisiRestore – a vision supplement that has all chances to be a scam:

  • very little info on its producer
  • full ingredient list is not disclosed
  • no user feedback

Actually – this supplement isn't even available anywhere right now.

So is it a scam in reality? 

Find out the answer in my detailed analysis (+ video).

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on VisiRestore.

Review Summary

Full Name: VisiRestore by Integrated Naturals

Product Type: Eye Supplement

Best Actual Price: Around $70/bottle

Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website (which is no longer available)

Designed For: Improving and repairing damaged vision

My Rating: 2 out of 10 It's most likely a scam

Recommended?: Definitely not – most of its features are bad:

  • no ingredients/doses listed out
  • little info on its producer
  • very expensive

I recommend a cheaper alternative that also has way better ingredients.


What I Liked About It

  • Contains 2 essential vision ingredients


What I Didn't Like About It

  • No longer available (producer went through some transformations)
  • Based on exaggerated claims and promises
  • Full ingredient list is hidden
  • No doses even for the mentioned ingredients
  • No info about the pills/dosage
  • You can't find any user experiences
  • Extremely expensive



VisiRestore – A Quick Overview

VisiRestore used to be a pretty interesting eye supplement.

I say “used to” because it's a product that is no longer available – or at least that's what it seems:

  • official website can't be found anymore
  • there's very little info left on the supplement itself

Now – judging after its old info, VisiRestore surely raises a few question signs.

That's because there are many weird facts about it:

  • starting with its hidden formula and doses
  • ending with its literally huge price

So if you ask me – this supplement had high chances to be a scam.

Since it's not longer available, it's hard to tell for sure.

But given all the warning signs it has – I doubt it was a legit product.




#1 – Claims & Producer

As I said – there aren't many things known about VisiRestore at this point.

But I will try to give you some general facts about it, for the beginning:

  • how it works
  • what kind of issues it's designed for
  • who is its producer
1. Claims

This supplement comes in the spotlight with a couple of unbelievable promises:

  1. It's a cheaper alternative to eye surgeries.
  2. It's great for people who can't see objects in front of them clearly.
  3. Can restore a person's vision miraculously.

Now – most of these claims are 99% false.

That's because no supplement can replace an eye surgery.

And no supplement can restore a severely damaged vision.

If there was any miraculous product – it would be used by everyone, don't you agree?

That's why VisiRestore's claims are clearly exaggerated.

2. Company Behind

This supplement offers extremely little info about its producer.

However, it seems to be made by a brand called Integrated Naturals.

But there's more:

  • the brand is currently called Integrated Health
  • it probably changed its name in the meantime
  • VisiRestore isn't anywhere among its current products

Basically – the brand went through a transformation from several points of view.

And VisiRestore is no longer among its products.

However, its current logo is very similar to the previous one.

That's why you can tell it's the same company (under a slightly different name).



#2 – Formula (1 out of 10)

Like many questionable products, VisiRestore offers extremely few details about its composition:

  • claims to be based on 6 premium ingredients
  • only 2 of them are slightly mentioned
  • these 2 compounds can be found in most eye supplements
  • there are no doses for any substances

In other words, you can't tell what's inside this product.

So why would you buy a supplement of this kind?

Why would you pay so much for it when you can't even know what it contains?

Now – let's take a closer look at its 2 known ingredients.

As I said, you can pretty much find them in most eye supplements.

1. Lutein

It's a carotenoid with some very strong antioxidant proprieties:

  • reduces oxidative stress
  • fights free radicals
  • prevents blue light damage
  • protects against macular degeneration

In fact – lutein is probably the most popular vision nutrient, mostly because of its potent effect.

A small dose (5-10 mg) is enough to make the most of this ingredient for your eyes.

2. Zeaxanthin

This nutrient is very similar to lutein:

  • it's extracted from the same source (marigold flower)
  • has the same antioxidant proprieties
  • it's effective against light damage
  • also prevents vision aging

Unlike lutein – zeaxanthin usually comes in lower doses in supplements.

However, its effect is best when combined with lutein.


VisiRestore has a terrible composition – but that's only because it's hidden:

  • only 2 ingredients are disclosed
  • they are quite common in eye supplements
  • they have no doses mentioned

So there's absolutely no way I could recommend a formula like this one.



#3 – Pills & Dosage (2 out of 10)

Once again – this supplement offers extremely little info at this chapter:

  • no details about what kind of pills it contains
  • however, it's probably formulated as capsules

However – the biggest issue is related to its dosage.

That's because the serving size isn't mentioned anywhere.

So you can't tell how many pills you need to take per day (unless you receive the supplement).

That's another essential aspect that VisiRestore should have mentioned from the start, if you ask me.

Supplements that require more than 2 pills/day tend to be pretty uncomfortable.



#4 – Results (3 out of 10)

As you might expect – I couldn't find any real user opinion on this supplement.

So it was very hard to judge it fairly here.

1. What People Say

VisiRestore does have several reviews on different websites.

Still, none of them are authentic/written by previous customers:

  • they are all 3rd party reviews
  • none of the writers has tried the product themselves
  • they are only re-writing the info from the official website
  • some are even trying to promote the product

Now – since VisiRestore no longer exists on its producer's website, you can't find any user opinions there.

Even so, I usually avoid opinions from official websites because they tend to be biased.

But when it comes to VisiRestore, it's hard to tell how it works, in these conditions.


This supplement doesn't have any customer feedback when it comes to its effect.

So no matter how good/bad it works, you can't really tell until you try it.

But given these facts – it's clearly not a supplement I would recommend.




#5 – Side Effects (5 out of 10)

VisiRestore shouldn't cause any major side effect, normally:

  • its doses are probably quite low
  • it probably contains only common ingredients
  • the overall formula must be quite regular

Also – side effects tend to be pretty rare in vision supplements.

So I would say VisiRestore should be quite well-tolerated overall.

It might cause some small issues like headaches, nausea or stomach pain.

But normally – these should appear to a very small percentage of people.



#6 – Price (2 out of 10)

VisiRestore belongs to the expensive eye supplements category.

In my view – it's way too pricey for what it should be.

1. The Exact Price

This supplement used to be available only on its official website.

As I already mentioned – it's not longer available there (or anywhere else).

But here are its previous pricing options:

  1. Standard cost is $69/bottle.
  2. Shipping isn't included (no info about its exact cost).
  3. Price gets lower for larger quantities.
  4. In the best case, VisiRestore costs about $49/bottle (6 months supply).

You can judge for yourself that VisiRestore is definitely not worth it.

It doesn't give out its full ingredient list – and its actual ingredients are probably basic.

So it's definitely not worth even $49, not to mention $69 for one bottle.

2. Competitors' Price

I will only compare VisiRestore with my #1 recommended vision supplement.

It's a product called Lutenol:

  1. VisiRestore has a hidden formula (which is probably basic).
  2. It contains 6 ingredients in total.
  3. Lutenol has one of the best compositions from the market.
  4. It has over 15 different ingredients overall.
  5. VisiRestore's standard price is $69/bottle.
  6. In the best case, it costs about $49.
  7. On the other hand, Lutenol costs $28 normally.
  8. In the best case, you can get it for about $20.

So you can tell the difference between these 2 products.

Despite being much cheaper, Lutenol has a way better formula.

On the other hand – VisiRestore is both very pricey and pretty weak.


VisiRestore is a very expensive supplement overall.

Its formula isn't even disclosed – but it's probably pretty weak.

Even so, its current price is extremely high, so it's definitely not worth it at all.




#7 – Final Conclusions

Here's how I would sum up my opinion on VisiRestore (in 3 ideas).

1. Hidden Formula

That's by far the biggest problem of this supplement.

Since its ingredients are not fully disclosed – it's hard to know what to expect from it.

That's why I never recommend products whose ingredients aren't given out entirely.

2. No Longer Available

At this point – you can't find VisiRestore anymore:

  • its producing company went through some transformations
  • this product is no longer in their portofolio

So this is definitely not a good sign when it comes to its authenticity.

3. Scam Alert

Given all the question signs this product has – it might be a scam.

It's true that it's not longer available right now.

But even that is a very weird fact.

So I personally believe it might have been a scam back then (when it was officially sold).



#8 – My Video Review




My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?

Short answer: Definitely not worth it.

It's no longer available at this point, either way (fortunately or not).

But if you ask me – it might have been a scam at the time it could be bought:

  1. Many irrational promises and claims.
  2. Most ingredients are completely hidden.
  3. No doses for any compounds.
  4. No info about its pills/dosage.
  5. It's hard to find any user opinions about it.
  6. Extremely expensive.

So even if VisiRestore was available, I personally would never advise you to buy it.

But what do I recommend instead? A product called Lutenol:

  • excellent ingredients and doses
  • really affordable price
  • best quality/money ratio from the market

Compared to VisiRestore – Lutenol is over 10 times better.

It's totally up to you what exact product you go for, but VisiRestore is one that I would never recommend.


Written by 

Oltea Roman is a registered pharmacist with a long experience in the health field. She graduated from University of Medicine and Pharmacy and has studies in Cosmetology, Dermatology, Toxicology and several others. She has a 2 years experience as a retail pharmacist. You can connect with her via Linkedin or email.

Last updated: May 15, 2024

6 thoughts on “Is VisiRestore A Scam? My Honest Review (2024)

  1. So glad to see that this is discontinued. I tried it and all I can say is its better to just save your money. Don’t waste it by buying this product if ever you come across it because its definitely a scam. Tried it for more than a year as I was consuming the supply I brought but it still gave me nothing–no improvements or whatsoever. I still had a hard time trying to read and see far object clearly so I really don’t know where the “restore” from its name originated from. By now, I think you should rather choose a cheaper but worth it supplement or the almost for free natural remedies instead of this expensive excuse of a product. That’s all.

    1. Hi Adam, I’m sorry you experienced such. At the same time, thank you for sharing. There really are a lot of product with varying effect–some effective, some not. Though people say that high price equates high quality, such is not always the case in the same way that cheap means low quality. I truly believe that finding the right balance through looking at the labels, results, and other customer’s feedback is what makes the product worth it or not. All this exists, we just have to find it ourselves. In fact, we actually found something that is worth your time which is Vita Balance’s Lutenol. As for natural remedies, it can be pretty easy or hard at times depending on the person itself but I do agree that it is the cheapest but most paying off investment that we can do. In fact, here is a helpful guide for vision improvement which I also follow. I found it almost easy to follow and beneficial as a fellow with bad eye sight.

      Thanks again,

  2. Shame on me to be deceived by this product. I tried it because of its promises but look at me now–vision only getting worse. Good thing I made a switch for Vision Alive Max which helped me but it gets really pricey. Thank you for the review nonetheless and I hope people will be aware of this product and company’s deceitful tactics.

    1. Hey Summer, don’t be so hard on yourself. It really just happens and it’s not your fault that you want o get better or improve. Anyway, thank you for sharing your experience with this product and I’m so happy that you found the one for you. I think adding some vitamins will also help you but it is definitely up to you. On the other hand, I highly recommend that you try this steps to improve your vision since most only need you to have discipline. All the best and take care!


  3. Well, this review is surprising. To be honest, my sister just began to take this product. I don’t know where she bought it from but I will now advise her not to as it may be a counterfeit (even though the original is a scam too). Instead, can you tell me a more helpful supplement or natural remedy? My sister is still too young (21) but she’s already experiencing myopia. All I can say is vision is one of the most important asset that we have. It’s heartbreaking for me to see her suffer even though she did not do anything particularly wrong–its just how her body (eyes) is. Thank you so much and I’ll be waiting for your reply…


    1. Hi Minerva! I can definitely relate with your sister, but sometimes, it comes with the genetics too. We can only try our hardest to find what works. With regards to your concern, our top recommended eye supplement is the Lutenol. It’s from a trustworthy brand, proven to be effective, and affordable–definitely something worth trying. Also, your sister can try and do some of the steps here to improve her eye health. Of course, taking vitamins can also help tremendously. Naturally, it is your choice but all these are really just some of the best that we found.

      All the best,

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