My Vision Alive Max Review (2020) – Scam Or Not?

My Vision Alive Max Review (2020) - Scam Or Not?

It’s time for my Vision Alive Max review, which is an eye supplement with a pretty good reputation.

But are there any chances that it’s a scam?

I found a couple complaints about it, after all.

Well – I analyzed it in detail in the following lines, so here’s the truth behind it (+ video).

Note: This review is based on my opinion + research on Vision Alive Max.

Review Summary

Full Name: Vision Alive by Holistic Health Labs

Product Type: Eye Supplement

Best Actual Price: Around $40/bottle

Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website

Designed For: Vision and eye health support

My Rating: 8 out of 10

Recommended?: If you afford it, yes – it’s a great product:

  • unique formula with high-quality ingredients
  • many satisfied users
  • pretty effective overall

I personally recommend a cheaper alternative with a slightly better formula.

So if Vision Alive is a bit too pricey for you, that’s what you might want to go for, instead.


What I Liked About It

  • Based on Lutemax® 2020 (a trademark compound)
  • Contains many herbal extracts in high doses
  • Unique formula 
  • Only requires 1 pill per day
  • Many real customer opinions (and most are positive)
  • Not as pricey as it could be


What I Didn’t Like About It

  • No vitamins/minerals among its ingredients
  • Shipping isn’t free in any case (about $5)
  • Only sold on its official website
  • Not the cheapest option available



Vision Alive – A Quick Overview

Shortly – this is an eye supplement with a surprisingly potent composition.

Still, the most important aspect about Vision Alive is that it comes in 2 versions:

  1. Classic (3 ingredients)
  2. Max (8 ingredients)

Obviously – the Max version is more potent, but also more expensive.

However, the Classic form has been unavailable for a long while.

So if you want to get Vision Alive, the Max version is the only one you can get.

Other than that – it’s surprisingly affordable:

  • price is between $30-$40/bottle
  • this depends on the quantity of bottles you buy
  • shipping costs around $5

So overall – it does make a supplement that you could get at any time.

Though it’s not my top recommendation, it’s definitely a product that is worth the shot.


#1 – Claims & Producer

Here are some general things you should know about Vision Alive:

  • how exactly it works
  • what issues it’s designed for
  • who is its producer
1. Claims

Unlike most supplements – Vision Alive offers very little info about what it can do:

  • its promises are not clearly stated
  • it’s not focused on the benefits it can bring

Instead, it’s focused on the potency of its composition:

  1. Formula is different from other products.
  2. Rich source of anthocyanin, lutein and zeaxanthin. 
  3. Based on natural and powerful antioxidants.

And if you ask me, these claims are 100% true.

So Vision Alive looks like the kind of product that does what it promises.

2. Company Behind

The brand behind this supplement is called Holistic Health Labs:

  • it’s a company with a great reputation
  • produces 4 other health supplements (for various issues)
  • offers many ways to get in touch with them

Basically – it’s surely a trustworthy company, so scamming is out of question (in my view).

That’s why you can order Vision Alive without any worries.


#2 – Formula (9 out of 10)

Vision Alive has one of the best compositions from the market:

However – it’s definitely not perfect.

And the biggest drawback I found about it is the lack of vitamins and minerals (which are common in most competitors).

Now – as I said, Vision Alive comes in 2 versions (Classic & Max).

The difference is pretty significant and it lies in their formulas:

  • Classic is based on 3 ingredients
  • Max contains 8 nutrients

So it’s quite obvious the Max version has a much better formula overall.

But let’s analyze each of them more closely.

1. Vision Alive Classic

As I said – it contains 3 essential eye nutrients:

1. Bilberry & Blueberry Blend (500 mg) – it’s a mix of 2 herbal extracts:

  • both are rich in antocyanins and antioxidants
  • improve visual accuracy
  • prevents against eye damage [2]

Also – Vision Alive contains a trademark version of each herbs.

This means they are optimized for a better effect and absorption.

2. Lutemax® 2020 – that’s an award-winning ingredient that contains 2 types of nutrients:

  • Lutein – 10 mg
  • Zeaxanthin Isomers (RR and RS) – 2 mg

Now – the versions from Lutemax® are a lot more potent than the regular forms of lutein, zeaxanthin, etc.:

  • provides the exact 3 macular carotenoids
  • contains higher levels of zeaxanthin isomers
2. Vision Alive Max

Just like I said – this formula is pretty different than the Classic version:

1. Wild Bilberry Fruit Powder (280 mg) – it promotes vision clarity and accuracy.

2.  Blueberry Fruit Powder (120 mg) – it’s rich is antocyanins and antioxidants.

These first 2 ingredients are the correspondent of Bilberry & Blueberry Blend from the Classic version.

3. Maqui Berry (30 mg) – it’s another herbal extract:

  • improves dry and tired eyes [3]
  • also rich in antocyanins
  • may boost eye health on the long term

4. Saffron Extract (20 mg) – it can be very helpful for eye health:

  • prevents vision aging
  • can fight macular degeneration and cataracts
  • improves eyesight in adults

5. Astaxanthin (6 mg) – this herbal extract is a very potent antioxidant.

And just like lutein and zeaxanthin, it also boosts vision clarity and eye health.

6. C3G (2.2 mg) – it’s a dark pigment and an antioxidant found in some various plants:

  • improves night vision
  • prevents macular degeneration [4]

7. Lutemax® 2020 – it’s the same ingredient from the Classic version of Vision Alive.


Overall, Vision Alive has an excellent formula.

The Max version is indeed more potent – but the Classic one doesn’t look too bad either:

  • both are mostly based on herbal extracts
  • their main ingredients have studies behind
  • some compounds have improved (trademark) versions

As I said – my only complaint is that there are no vitamins/minerals in any version.

When it comes to eye supplements, vitamins and minerals are a lot more helpful than in other types of supplements.

So that’s the only thing I would change about Vision Alive.

Other than that – its formula looks awesome.


#3 – Pills & Dosage (10 out of 10)

This is one of the strong points of Vision Alive, if you ask me.

1. The Pills

According to its label – the pills are designed as vegetable capsules:

  • have a gelatin cover
  • dimensions should be at most average

Basically – this kind of capsules are usually very easy to take. 

So you shouldn’t struggle to swallow them too much.

2. The Dosage

That’s the biggest advantage of Vision Alive here:

  • it only requires one pill per day
  • you can take it at any time
  • I recommend taking it on a full stomach

Now – there are quite a few supplements that only require a capsule daily.

So if you’re a busy person and you have a hard time remembering to take a pill at certain hours, Vision Alive is great.


#4 – Results (8 out of 10)

In order to see how this supplement works, I tried to look at its customer feedback.

And even though it’s not sold on retailers – I still managed to find a couple of real opinions.

Note: I only analyzed authentic reviews, not promotional ones.

1. Positive Opinions

Basically – Vision Alive has a Facebook page with several user reviews:

  • they are written by people who actually used it
  • the opinions are pretty mixed

Now – here’s what most praises are about:

  1. Some people say it really improved their vision.
  2. Others claim it helped their macular degeneration.
  3. A few others praise the company for getting back to them very fast.
  4. I also found a few positive opinions about eye inflammation.

So overall, I found enough satisfied users when it comes to Vision Alive.

That’s why – from my point of view, it’s not a scam in terms of effect.

Given that it has an awesome formula, it was impossible not to work for some people at least.

2. Negative Opinions

As you might guess – I also found some complaints about Vision Alive.

Most of them are related to:

  1. No therapeutic effect
  2. Worsened vision after taking the pills
  3. Shipping and money back guarantee issues

I also found 1-2 complaints from people claiming they were scammed.

But given the high number of authentic positive reviews, I pretty much doubt that was the case.


Like many legit supplements – Vision Alive has a mixed customer feedback:

  • some people say it’s extremely effective
  • others claim it didn’t help them at all

Now – it’s not necessarily a supplement I would recommend right now.

But that’s only because I prefer a cheaper alternative with a similar formula.

Still – objectively speaking, Vision Alive is a very potent supplement.



#5 – Side Effects (8 out of 10)

Vision Alive does have a couple of complaints about some potential side effects.

But if you ask me – they are too rare to worry about them:

  1. One user complains about worsened vision.
  2. Another person mentions headaches.
  3. I also found a complaint about stomach cramps.

Now – judging after its formula, this product shouldn’t cause any severe issues.

So if you ask me, it’s quite safe to take (as most eye supplements are).

It can indeed cause some issues – but they should be pretty rare normally.


#6 – Price (8 out of 10)

Surprisingly, Vision Alive is not as expensive as I expected.

Given its quality composition, I would have expected it to cost over $50.

But that’s not quite the case.

1. The Exact Price

Vision Alive is only sold on its official website – so here are the pricing options:

  1. Standard cost is $39.95/bottle (+ about $6 shipping).
  2. Price gets a bit better if you go for larger quantities.
  3. So in the best case, it costs around $30/bottle.
  4. That’s available if you go for the 6 months supply.

Also – if you sign up for auto-shipping, you manage to save almost $5.

But I wouldn’t recommend that (until you test the product and see if it’s worth it).

Besides, the pricing options I mentioned are available for the Max version.

The Classic form has been unavailable for a long while, so there’s no way to buy it right now.

Now – Vision Alive is surely not a cheap product.

But considering it has an excellent composition, it could be a lot pricier.

So from one point of view, I could almost say it’s worth the money (if I didn’t know a better alternative).

2. Competitors’ Price

I will only compare Vision Alive with my #1 recommended eye supplement.

I’m talking about a product called Lutenol:

  1. Both supplements have some excellent formulas.
  2. Vision Alive is better in terms of trademark ingredients.
  3. Still, Lutenol contains a higher variety of quality compounds.
  4. So Lutenol’s formula is slightly better (if you ask me).
  5. Vision Alive costs $40/bottle normally.
  6. In the best case, you can get it for about $30.
  7. Lutenol’s standard price is $28/bottle.
  8. In the best case, you can buy it for $20.

Basically – these 2 products are very similar in terms of quality and effect.

But Lutenol’s ingredients are a bit better (due to their diversity).

Also – Lutenol is over $10 cheaper, which is another major advantage.

So between these 2 products, I would surely go for it (though Vision Alive is a great choice itself).


Vision Alive’s price is actually decent, given its value.

It could cost a lot more (considering the price of other weaker supplements).

So in terms of price – it might be worth buying.

But even so, I recommend a cheaper alternative with a slightly better formula instead.



#7 – Final Conclusions

Here’s how I would sum up my opinion on Vision Alive (in 3 ideas).

1. Awesome Composition

This supplement has one of the best formulas I could find in an eye supplement:

  • based on classic ingredients
  • many of its compounds are clinically tested
  • high doses in most ingredients

So in terms of effect – this kind of composition should definitely help.

2. Based On Lutemax® 2020

Both versions of Vision Alive contain this last-generation trademark compound.

It’s focused on 3 essential nutrients for macular degeneration:

  • Lutein
  • 2 Zeaxanthin Isomers 

Compared to the regular forms of these 3 ingredients, those from Lutemax® 2020 are definitely more potent.

3. Surprisingly Affordable

For the formula it has, Vision Alive could cost a lot more.

Now – its price is definitely not low (at $40/bottle).

But many supplements cost over $50 and they have much weaker ingredients.

So from this point of view, Vision Alive is worth this price.


#8 – My Video Review

My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?

Short answer: Pretty much yes.

It’s not the best eye supplement I know – but it’s definitely a really good one:

  1. Excellent composition and ingredients.
  2. Small daily dosage.
  3. Enough satisfied users behind it.
  4. Quite affordable for its superior quality.

Now – it’s far from a cheap product. So it might seem a bit pricey for most users.

But given the high-quality of its ingredients, it’s worth the money.

However – I personally recommend a cheaper alternative that also has a slightly better formula.

I’m talking about a product called Lutenol:

  • awesome composition with high-quality ingredients
  • lowest price from the market
  • excellent quality for the money

Whether you go for Lutenol or for Vision Alive, you’re still making a great choice.

It’s only up to your budget what exactly you choose.



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Written by 

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

2 thoughts on “My Vision Alive Max Review (2020) – Scam Or Not?

    1. Hey Fran, that’s not the case for Lutenol or for eye supplements in general. You can see the ingredients themselves don’t cause these side effects on a regular basis, so there’s nothing to worry about. Hope this helps!

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