My VisiShield Review (2022) – Is It A Scam?

It's time for my VisiShield review – which looks like a pretty familiar product. 

That's because it's a re-branded version of VisiClear – a supplement that is known to be a scam.

But is VisiShield a scam as well?

Honestly – it has all chances:

  • hidden formula
  • doubtful patterns
  • quite pricey

But let's find out the real truth behind this product in the following lines (+ video).

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

Review Summary

Full Name: VisiShield by VisiShield

Product Type: Eye Supplement

Best Actual Price: Around $69

Cheapest Place To Buy: Its official website

Designed For: Promoting healthy vision – it claims to:

  • slow down vision decline
  • support natural vision
  • protect from future damage

My Rating: 2.5 out of 10 

Recommended?: Surely not – it's a re-branded  version of a questionable product (VisiClear):

  • ingredients are not disclosed
  • very pricey
  • limited authentic reviews

I strongly recommend a supplement that costs half but it works way better (and it's also legit).

 

What I Liked About It

  • Has an official website (which is still questionable)
  • Easy to take
  • Contains some herbal extracts

 

What I Didn't Like About It

  • Looks extremely similar to a scam (VisiClear)
  • Full ingredient list is not disclosed
  • Lacks authentic customer reviews
  • Not consistent product info
  • Very pricey for its true value
  • Doubtful producer
  • Biased 3rd party website

 

 


VisiShield In A Nutshell


Honestly – I already said that VisiShield looks very familiar.

If you read my review on VisiClear, you would understand what I'm talking about.

It's most likely the same product – because VisiClear had already gained a terrible reputation.

So its producer tried to re-brand it as a new supplement.

But it seems to keep the same problems of VisiClear:

  • no full list of ingredients
  • lacks authentic customer reviews
  • biased 3rd party website
  • inconsistent product info
  • doubtful company background
  • pretty pricey for its real value

Other than that, VisiShield requires one capsule per day.

But one bottle (60 capsules) costs $69 and it offers discounts for larger quantities.

Now –  it says that a single bottle is a 30 days supply, which contradicts with its 1 pill/day recommendation.

But overall, I strongly suggest you to avoid VisiShield.

It has all chances to be a scam, so it's better to stay away from it.

 

 


#1 – Claims & Producer


First of all – I want to say right away that there's very limited info about VisiShield.

But let's still discuss some of the things I found about it:

  • how it works
  • what company is behind it
  • which health issues it targets
1. Claims

I looked into VisiShield's website to see some of its promises:

  • helps with vision
  • reduces eye stress
  • promotes healthy eyes
  • has some long term eye benefits
  • slows age-related vision decline
  • protects from future damage

Now – these promises are exaggerated for a questionable product.

I know it's too early to tell but this supplement is far from a quality one.

As of now, I don't really trust that VisiShield can really keep its promises.

Also – there are a lot of 3rd party websites that overhype it.

In fact, their praises have absolutely no foundation – as the supplement is quite terrible.

So it's another sign that it could be a promoted/paid product.

2. Company Behind

The company behind this supplement is also called VisiShield.

Honestly – it looks exactly like VisiClear.

In fact – I searched for the brand name and there's almost no info available:

  • its “official website” also looks made-up
  • some links are not working

But you can see its contact info (email, phone number and mailing address).

However – I have no idea how authentic they are.

It's up to you to judge the company/brand but it's a red flag for me.

So I would surely not buy their products.

 

 


#2 – Formula (2 out of 10)


Unfortunately – VisiShield doesn't disclose its full ingredients and doses.

So I looked into its website and other 3rd party websites for its formula.

But none of of them discloses the same set of ingredients.

Now – the fact that a product doesn't give out its full formula is a major question sign:

  • it's either extremely weak
  • or it has some very low doses

VisiShield probably has both – considering its overall view.

Now – here are the common ingredients in all those websites:

  1. Lutein – reduces eye inflammation and oxidative stress [1]
  2. Spirulina – lessens the risk of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration [2]
  3. Blueberry Extract – strengthens eyesight and retinal function [3]
  4. Astaxanthin – promotes eye health and reduces eye strains [4]
  5. L-Carnitine – improves visual functions and provide antioxidants [5]

Again – the fact that its formula formula is hidden is a major red flag.

Not to mention that there aren't any doses available.

Ideally – these ingredients are helpful, but in VisiShield, they look rather sketchy.


Conclusion

There's no way I could recommend VisiClear.

It doesn't give out its entire formula and it has all chances to be a scam.

So don't wast your money for a product like this one.

 

 


#3 – Pills & Dosage (4 out of 10)


Let me give you some info about VisiShield in this chapter.

1. The Pills

The lack of authentic customer reviews from previous buyers makes it hard to judge.

So you can only guess how this product looks like:

  • probably vegetarian capsules
  • most likely white pills
  • no details about the size and texture

If you ask me, it probably seems like most vegetable capsules.

2. The Dosage

Now – I found out some instructions on VisiShield's website.

Here are the details about it worth sharing:

  1. It requires one capsule per day (in the morning).
  2. Take it 20 minutes before eating breakfast.
  3. Consistent use will clear your vision.

Sure, it's easy to take it every day – but is it worth the effort?

Again – it's a doubtful product and it has no full list of ingredients.

And the point is that not even high-quality products can actually improve vision dramatically.

That's because a supplement cannot reverse the existing damage.

Not to mention that VisiShield is a lot weaker than most, so I can't really tell how it could possibly “cure” your vision.

So I definitely don't recommend it.

 

 


#4 – Results (3 out of 10)


As usual, I looked for authentic reviews  to see how this product works.

But unfortunately, VisiShield doesn't have any real user opinions.

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

1. What People Say

VisiShield has very limited (or almost no authentic) reviews from previous buyers.

All the opinions come from biased 3rd party websites and its official website.

Now – I don't really trust those sources, because there's a high chance of being biased.

But if you're curious, here's what the users there say:

  1. Their eyesight started to improve and it got a lot better.
  2. Some said their blurry vision started to be clear again.
  3. Others said that it works for the eyes overall.
  4. The biased website mentioned that it's a good supplement.

Honestly – these are all general comments, so I'm not impressed.

Also, there's no way you can leave your own review.

So this is a clear sign that the existing opinions are all biased and not trustworthy.

If they were real, you could actually check them out.

But the product is quite recent on the market – so how could it have so many praises and no complaint?

This really sounds sketchy to me.


Conclusion

Overall – VisiShield has some doubtful customers reviews.

So at this point – I don't trust its apparent results.

If you ask me, I would definitely not advise you to try it out.

 

 

 


#5 – Side Effects (5 out of 10)


Again – VisiShield's ingredients are not disclosed.

So it's hard to know the effect they have on your body.

Usually, products like this can lead to 2 situations:

  • too dangerous (which can cause serious side effects)
  • not strong enough to work at all

Honestly – I believe that VisiShield is in the second category.

That's because I doubt its formula contains any potent ingredients.

So it's a non-negotiable supplement for me, due to its red flags.

I simply cannot recommend a product whose content is hidden.

 

 


#6 – Price (2 out of 10)


Due to the lack of credibility, I consider VisiShield very pricey.

So it's really not a good option to include in your daily routine.

1. The Exact Price

The only place where VisiShield is available is its official website.

So here are the bundles you can see offered there:

  • A bottle costs $69
  • 3 bottles costs $177
  • 6 bottles costs $294
  • Free shipping
  • 180 day money back guarantee

Again – considering the points stated earlier, I don't think it's worth it at all.

$69 is a huge price for a vision supplement (especially if we're talking about a very basic one).

Besides, you can't even tell what it contains – so why spend so much on it?

Also, the bottle states “60 capsules” and “30 Day Supply.”

However – the instructions only suggested taking 1 capsule per day.

So both pieces of information are contradicting – which is another bad sign.

That's why I would definitely not advise you to try VisiShield.

Besides the fact that it's weak – it also very expensive.

2. Competitors' Price

I want to compare VisiShield with my #1 recommended vision supplement.

I'm talking about a product called Lutenol:

  1. VisiShield has no full list of ingredients.
  2. Lutenol has one of the best formulas from the market.
  3. VisiShield's formula is unknown (making it dangerous).
  4. Meanwhile, Lutenol is proven to be safe.
  5. VisiShield's price starts at $69/bottle.
  6. Lutenol costs $28 but you can get it for about $20.

If you really compare these 2 products, Lutenol is clearly superior (from all points of view).

So I recommend it because it's the best investment of your money.


Conclusion

Overall – VisiShield is not a good deal at all.

It seems really questionable and it's also extremely expensive.

So trust me, there are other alternatives out there that are more worth it.

 

 

 


#7 – Final Conclusions


Here’s how I would sum up my view about VisiShield.

1. Doubtful Formula

Now – I want to make it quick and short for VisiShield's formula:

  • no full list of ingredients
  • inconsistent ingredients (from 3rd party websites)
  • individual doses are not disclosed

I think these are enough reasons to not trust it, since it could be dangerous.

That especially because it's a supplement- not a topical product.

2. Scam Potential

Honestly – for a product to be trusted, it should come from a reliable company.

But in this case, VisiShield has a doubtful background.

So it's clearly not an authentic supplement.

But most importantly – it seems to be a re-branded version of a scam called VisiClear.

3. Very Pricey

Lastly – considering VisiShield's red flags, it's very expensive for its real value.

So even if you afford buying it, I advise you not to do it.

It's simply not worth all that.

And why spend your hard-earned money on a scam?

 

 


#8 – My Video Review


 

 


My Verdict – Worth It Or Not?


Short answer: Definitely not worth it.

There's a high possibility of it being a scam – a re-branded version of VisiClear:

  1. No full list of ingredients
  2. Lacks authentic customer reviews
  3. Biased 3rd party websites
  4. Doubtful credibility
  5. Expensive for its real quality
  6. Limited product info

I think these are enough reasons for you to avoid this product completely.

But if you really want to give it a try, then it's up to you.

However, I have a better eye supplement alternative for you.

What do I recommend instead?

My top pick is a product called Lutenol:

  • contains the best ingredients from the market
  • has the most affordable price you could find
  • it's an excellent investment for your money

Overall – Lutenol is way better than VisiShield in all aspects.

So I advise that you try it out instead (or at least look for other options than VisiShield).

best

References:

1 – https://www.healthline.com/health/-lutein

2 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC6871545/

3 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC7442370/

4 – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/-PMC7281326/

5 – https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/-19105587/

 

Written by 

Paula has a background in Chemistry and continues to pursue further studies in it. She loves searching for the best products in the market that will give excellent benefits to the human body and share them with you.

26 thoughts on “My VisiShield Review (2022) – Is It A Scam?

  1. I had listened to a sponsored video on YouTube about visishield and was curious. Looking at your website it definitely has given me a much clearer understanding of this product and any information a person can obtain before deciding on a product is always helpful. If it sounds to good to be true… thank you for the information

    1. Hi John, I totally agree, if a product claims to make miracles, it’s most likely meant to trick users into buying it. That’s totally available for VisiShield.

  2. A bag of carrots is way cheaper and tastier plus it helps your eyesight. Carrots have beta-carotene and lutein that are known to be very good for the eyes. Why go for a chemical when you can get it naturally in the garden or fresh market. There’s no harm in taking in eating natural compared to lab-made. Just my opinion. Bye

    1. Hello, Ben! I agree, there is no harm in taking vegetables and fruits for the eyes but there are instances that they work slow. Some people need faster results and that’s what science does, it develops supplements to supply the needs of our bodies. I hope I answered your question and have a nice day!

  3. It’s early in the morning and I am already up like any old folks. Your article came to my searches. What could be the main problem if you take VisiShield? I asked it because your rating is way too lo so can I die when I take it? To give you a background, I’m in my prime 60’s and of course I’m looking for the option that will not kill me LOL do you have a suggestion?

    1. Hi, Ceej! The main problem I can see if you take a product that has a questionable background is it could mess up with your system. We don’t know what’s really inside it so it’s always better to buy a product with full info and reliable background to ensure your body’s safety. I hope I answered your question and have a nice morning!

  4. While I was about to tie my shoes, my visions got blurry and almost trip. Now I don’t know if it’s really my eyes or anything inside my body but I’m sure that my eyes these days are starting to blur and I couldn’t read right away without focusing my eyes and mind. Is it my eyes that affected my mind and way of thinking or is it the system inside me? Thank you and have a good day.

    1. Hello, Jon! I hope everything’s fine and you are safe. I believe the problem might be your eyes. Have you tried consulting an ophthalmologist? If you are feeling that way, the best way to know the answer is to consult the specialist. Have a nice day and stay safe!

  5. I knew it!!!!!! It looks exactly like Visiclear. I thought I’m the only one that notices it is super same! I honestly believe it’s a rebranded supplement which sounds dangerous when you take it daily. You guys, if you want to look for a good supplement skip the products that look super same or identical. There’s a very high chance they reproduce different names but will still boil down to only one company. If you find it on other websites that review the legitimacy of a product, Visishield has a lot of bad comments. I just feel bad because it’s been promoted by other websites just to earn money so you guys should know how to filter the real product review from the promotional. Thank you for the good review team my supplement advice!

    1. Hello, Hope! Thank you for appreciating our product reviews. We already mentioned in several reviews that some products have a high chance of being rebranded. I’m not really saying that rebranding is bad because other companies do it due to very important reasons like change of owner or separating from the mother brand. However, it’s a full rebranding with a lot of effort. You can actually notice the professional and legit rebranding compared to sketchy rebranding. With that, I really suggest you do proper product research including the company background for safety reasons since you actually take the supplements inside your body. Hope this helps!

  6. Morning, I am actually looking for a very good eye supplement because I feel my eyes aching for the last 2 weeks. I came across this review because someone told me I should check VisiShield. Sadly it does not look very good at all. So can you help me find a good eye supplement or give me a couple of suggestions at least? It will be very much appreciated. BTW, I work as a programmer and I think the time has come and my eyes got tired after all these years of working in front of a multiple monitor setup. Last month I got anti-rad eyeglasses but it doesn’t look like it helps a lot because my eyes still hurt. Thanks in advance and will look for your reply in the next few days.

    1. Hello, Yow! I’m sorry to hear about your eyes. It’s a good sign that you’re really finding some time to read about the supplements before buying them, it’s honestly a good practice. I understand that working in front of a big screen can be painful for our eyes in the long run. So I suggest you to take a very good eye supplement to help with your eye health. As mentioned in the review, Lutenol is a very good eye supplement and it’s definitely not a scam. It contains ingredients that are proven to give good effects on the eyes. If you want more suggestions, try reading our 6 Best Eye Vitamins & Supplements. I hope I answered your questions!

  7. Two adults in my family and we have been using visishield for two months now. Neither of us have seen any vision improvement, but my mother has seen her vision get worse. I would not recommend this product and have stopped taking it. Tossed the last two bottles in the trash where this product belongs. Guess I had to learn my lesson about supplement scams the hard way! Thanks for your video (wish I had found it earlier).Your review for visishield was right on the mark.

  8. Is there any truth to, and is it possible to grow more “T
    helper cells” ? and if so, what products or supplements;might help you achieve that goal. also, (is there any truth about) whether the scorpion or lion fish having the capability to repair its own eyes? finally, any word on their 180 day money back guarantee? Thank you

    1. Hi Brock, sorry to disappoint you, but most of VisiShield’s claims are too good to be true. Just think about it – if there was a miraculous supplement that could restore your vision so fast (as this supplement promises), do you think it would be “a secret”? Trust me, everyone would be using it and it would be extremely popular. But that’s not the case, because no such product exists. So don’t believe VisiShield’s promises, because they are too good to be true.

      As for growing more T Helper cells, there’s no supplement specially designed for that. But certain immunity supplements can boost your body’s production of white blood cells, including T helper cells. Still, this depends a lot from person to person, so there isn’t a miraculous product here either.

      And lastly – regarding VisiShield’s 180 days guarantee, a lot of my readers actually claim they were scammed because there was no way the company would refund them, despite being in that 180 days period. So I wouldn’t count on that too much. That’s why I advise you to stay away from this product and try some better alternatives that can really help your vision slowly, without making miracles (as this is impossible).

      Hope this helps!

      1. I’ve been searching all over for someone who actually used Visishield as I’m really desperate to find something that will help my mom. All the positive reviews I’ve seen so far look very sketchy.
        I’m really not sure what to trust.

        I called the Visishield customer service line, but reached them out of business hours. I then received a callback from a strange number. This is what made me very sceptical.

        Laura, please let me know if there is any way I can verify that this company is real and that the supplements do what they claim to?

        I really need help please

  9. Well, all I can say was that 4 months ago, I was having serious vision impairment that had been deteriorating over about four years. Double and blurred vision, very bad night vision, etc. I saw 2 optometrists and an opthamologist. They told me there was nothing I could do. I had macular degeneration and early stage cataracts.

    Out of desperation, I bought a year’s supply of VisiShield. I had nothing to lose but some money to try it.

    I’ve been taking 3 capsules daily for 4 months. Today, the blurred and double vision is nearly gone. My eyesight isn’t perfect, but I’m not squinting anymore trying to read text on signs and TV screens. In fact, I can even read street signs at night, and the street lights no longer look like stars. I am so very happy and relieved to be seeing well again.

    I’m just an average, 50+ mom of 5 grown kids. No one special. But I will be telling people about this product and letting them know what it has done for me.

    1. Hey Laurisa, thanks for sharing your personal experience with VisiShield, I’m glad to hear someone actually had positive results with this product, because I had 99% of my readers complaining about it. But it’s great to know that there is an exception and that it didn’t really scam everyone!

  10. Their was an add for visisheild that explained what it was and its ingredients but it was only up for a day because the person who posted its lawyer said that they might be targeted by companies that make medicine for your vision. The main ingredient is something that zebra fish use to help produce stem cells ( this same ingredient makes almost impossible for zebra fish to go blind, this ingredient is found in a kelp that the zebra fish eat)

    1. Hey Logan, thanks a lot for this info, I wasn’t aware of it. That’s another proof that there’s something really wrong about VisiShield.

  11. VisiShield also contains retinyl palmitate, not natural Beta-carotene or Vit. A. Do your research and you will avoid this questionable product. I have many unopened bottles I wont take but warranty expired in April 22.

  12. Thank you for your information and opportunity to comment.
    I found VisiShield to be an utter waste of money and time. I kept the ‘company’ updated as to no improvement in blurred vision. They persuaded me to continue. Finally I asked for the promised refund & all communication came to an abrupt halt. I was not surprised as it as all the hallmarks of a scam.

    1. Hi Joy, thanks a lot for sharing your personal experience with VisiShield, unfortunately, many other users had to deal with a similar situation. All I can hope is that they would refund you at some point – but as things look right now, that’s very unlikely. Wish you the best!

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