It’s time for my VisiClear review – which is a pretty popular eye supplement.
But if you take a closer look at it, it doesn’t seem too impressive:
- hidden formula and doses
- little info on the producer
- no real user experiences
So could this supplement be a scam? If you ask me – it has all chances to be one.
For this reason, I tried to dig really deep into it – to show you the actual truth behind it (+ video).
Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on VisiClear.
Full Name: VisiClear from VisiClear
Product Type: Eye Supplement
Best Actual Price: About $70/bottle
Cheapest Place To Buy: Only available on its official website
Designed For: Vision clarity and health – it claims to:
- slow age-related sight decline
- maintain a healthy vision
- prevent a further eye damage
My Rating: 4 out of 10
Recommended?: Surely not – it might be a scam:
- hidden formula and doses
- no info on the producing company
- only (probably) biased customer opinions
Instead – I would go for a supplement that costs half but it also has a much better formula.
What I Liked About It
- Contains some herbal-based ingredients
- Pills are pretty easy to swallow
- Should not cause any major side effects normally
What I Didn’t Like About It
- Full ingredient list is hidden
- No doses mentioned for any compound
- Daily dose is 3 pills/day
- The few user reviews it has seem very biased and fake
- Very expensive for the real value
- Unprofessional website with little medical evidence behind
- No info on the producer
#1 – Claims & Producer
First of all – here are some general things about this supplement:
- what exact issues it’s designed for
- how it works
- who is the company behind it
According to its official website – VisiClear:
- is a natural solution for vision
- may slow down sight decline caused by aging
- could preserve a stunning clarity
However – these claims are not 100% sure, since the product “may” help with that.
I also noticed a couple of weird things on its official page:
- Tries to convince potential customers with emotional promises (not scientific ones).
- Very little info on the actual mechanism of the product.
- More focused on this product’s so-called benefits (not on its ingredients, doses, etc.).
And there’s something more.
VisiClear claims to be better than similar products for 3 reasons (which is not true, if you ask me):
- 3rd party tester for purity
- Made with organic ingredients
- Incomparable price/dose
Regarding the first 2 claims – most eye supplements follow these criteria as well.
So VisiClear has no major advantage here.
As for the price/dose claim, there are many cheaper alternative with better ingredients.
So I personally don’t consider most of its claims legit or true.
2. Company Behind
That’s a major question sign for this supplement.
VisiClear doesn’t offer any info about its actual producer:
- name is not mentioned anywhere (not even on the label)
- company has no address
- there’s only a phone number and an email
Basically – products that don’t state their brand have higher chances to be a scam, usually.
I’m not saying that’s what makes VisiClear a scam.
But its lack of info at this chapter is not a positive thing.
#2 – Formula (3 out of 10)
That’s probably the biggest problem of VisiClear.
And that’s because it doesn’t give out its full formula:
- only about 7 ingredients are mentioned
- there is no dose for any
- entire composition is not disclosed
Basically – you can’t really tell what’s inside this supplement until you order it.
So how could a product claim to be better than others if it doesn’t even give out its ingredients?
Honestly, that’s a major question sign.
And supplements that hide their formula tend to be scams, from what I noticed.
Now – let’s take a closer look at VisiClear’s known ingredients.
This is pretty much the unique ingredient from VisiClear.
That’s because Spirulina is pretty uncommon in vision supplement:
- rich in several vitamins and chlorophyll
- can improve long-term sight 
- also promotes eye health
Basically – its benefits are not major, despite being helpful.
So it’s not an ingredient that would make a big difference in terms of eye health.
2. Lutein, Zeaxanthin & Astaxanthin
All of these 3 substances belong to the same group – antioxidants:
- fight eye damage caused by aging
- decrease oxidative stress and free radicals 
- act as a natural sunblock
Besides, lutein is considered one of the best ingredients for eye health.
3. Bilberry & Horsetail
There are both herbal extracts that are mostly helpful in eye conditions:
- worsened vision
- macular degeneration
- tired and dry eyes 
Besides – they are also effective when it comes to eye damage prevention.
4. Vitamins & Minerals
Unfortunately, the full number of nutrients from VisiClear isn’t disclosed.
But here are the most important mentioned ones:
- Vitamin C & E – have some major antioxidant proprieties.
- Selenium – reduces the process of eye aging.
- Zinc – a deficiency can cause cataracts and eye damage.
VisiClear’s formula looks very bad – and that’s mostly because it’s not fully disclosed.
The ingredients that are given out are not weak at all.
But since they have no doses – they could also come in insignificant quantities.
So there’s no way I could recommend a supplement whose formula is hidden.
That’s why I don’t think VisiClear is a wise choice at all.
#3 – Pills & Dosage (6 out of 10)
VisiClear looks pretty typical at this chapter.
1. The Pills
Like most eye supplements – it’s formulated as gelatin capsules.
That’s a positive thing, because this kind of pills tend to be quite easy to take.
Also – they don’t have a bad taste (due to their gelatin cover).
2. The Dosage
VisiClear has a slightly higher serving size than most competitors:
- Its requires 3 pills per day for best results.
- There are no recommendations about how to take the pills.
- I recommend taking them on a full stomach.
Also – a bottle contains 120 capsules, which is a monthly supply.
So in terms of dosage, it’s not the easier to take product you could find.
#4 – Results (4 out of 10)
As I usually do, I tried to look at VisiClear’s customer feedback.
But unfortunately – I had a very hard time find any real user opinions.
Note: I only consider authentic reviews, not promotional ones.
1. What People Say
At this point – VisiClear is only available on its official website.
Since it’s not sold on any major retailer, it means it doesn’t have any customer feedback there.
Now – it does have several reviews on different websites but:
- all of them are only for promotional reasons
- the writers never tested the product
- they don’t even analyze it in an objective manner
So those reviews were not even worth mentioning here.
For this reason – the only ones left were on VisiClear’s official page.
But in my opinion, they are clearly biased:
- there are only 3 opinions overall
- all of them look extremely similar
- they all praise the product as much as possible
Plus – supplements like VisiClear tend to have only this kind of reviews (so they are obviously not legit).
So I personally do not believe them at all.
It’s up to you whether you decide to trust them or not, though.
As you might expect – VisiClear has a major problem when it comes to authentic reviews.
Its current opinions seem extremely fake and biased, if you ask me.
So from this point of view, it’s not a product I could trust (or recommend).
There are much better alternatives on the market – so why take the risk with a product like this?
#5 – Side Effects (7 out of 10)
Since its ingredients are not fully disclosed, it’s hard to make an opinion on VisiClear here:
- eye supplements are usually very safe
- so side effects tend to be quite rare
Now – I’m guessing this product’s doses are not very high in reality.
If they were, they would surely be mentioned among its strong points.
So normally – it shouldn’t cause any serious secondary reactions.
That surely depends from person to person, though.
But in general, it should be safe to take and well-tolerated.
#6 – Price (3 out of 10)
This supplement doesn’t look amazing from the point of view either.
Compared to most eye products – it’s extremely overpriced.
1. The Exact Price
As I said, VisiClear is only sold on its official website:
- Standard price is nothing less than $69/bottle.
- Also, price gets better if you buy it in bulk.
- In this way, the lowest cost is $49/bottle.
- That’s available for a 6 months supply.
I also want to mention that you receive 2 gifts if you order the 6 months supply:
- 3 week “eagle eye” system
- VisiClear-at-home tester pack
However – none of them is too useful, if you ask me.
So I consider them just an extra reason to make potential customers buy the product.
As for the price – even $49 is way too much for what VisiClear is worth.
Not to mention that its standard bottle cost ($69) is very overpriced.
Considering that you can’t even tell what it contains, it shouldn’t cost more than $25.
2. Competitors’ Price
I only want to compare VisiClear with my #1 recommended vision supplement.
I’m talking about a product called Lutenol:
- VisiClear has some unknown ingredients.
- On the other hand, Lutenol has one of the best formula out there.
- VisiClear’s standard price is $69/bottle.
- As for its lowest cost, it is $49.
- Lutenol’s standard price is $28 normally.
- In the best case, you can get it for about $20.
In other words, Lutenol has a much better composition than VisiClear.
But most importantly – it costs less than half.
So what’s the point going for VisiClear when it’s pricier but less potent?
VisiClear is a very overpriced supplement.
In fact – it’s one of the most expensive eye products I analyzed.
Given its hidden ingredients, I can definitely say it’s not worth all that.
When there are many better alternatives, what’s the point?
#7 – Final Conclusions
Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on VisiClear in 3 ideas.
1. No Formula
The biggest issue of this product is that its full ingredient list isn’t disclosed.
That’s a major warning sign (in terms of efficiency):
- its actual ingredients might be very weak
- their doses could be insignificant
So I personally would never go for a product whose formula is hidden.
2. No User Opinions
Like many supplement of this kind – VisiClear doesn’t have some serious customer feedback:
- only promotional 3rd party reviews
- no opinions on Amazon
- reports from its official page are probably biased
So given these issues, it doesn’t seem like a safe supplement to buy.
3. So Overpriced
Considering its hidden formula and doses, it’s hard to tell how much should this product cost.
But it’s surely not worth $69 (or even $49).
So I regard it as very expensive for what it really does.
My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?
Short answer: Not worth it, for sure.
In fact – there are some signs that it could be a scam:
- Hidden ingredients and doses.
- Official page based on emotional promises (not medical-based ones).
- No picture of the full label.
- No real user opinions (only biased ones, probably).
- Extremely expensive.
Now – I cannot guarantee that it’s a scam or not, since I never bought it.
But there is a chance that you don’t receive your order if you buy it, given the warning signs above.
Still – once again, I cannot tell for sure, so I don’t want to make any false claims.
But other than that – VisiClear is surely not a product I would recommend.
It’s simply not worth it (from any point of view).
So what should you for for instead? My top pick is a product called Lutenol:
- some of the best ingredients from the market
- lowest price you could find
- excellent quality for the money
Compared to VisiClear – it’s many times better.
So it’s the product I would choose instead, at any time.