The RezV in RezV Antiaging stands for reservatrol. It is a new brand of anti aging products based on a reservatrol pill. They promise that it will not only help you fight wrinkles, but also help you to lose weight. According to the site, you will see this product featured by CNN, New York Times, Barbara Walters, Fox News, WebMD, Dr Oz, and even Oprah, because it contains “all natural antioxidants to help you look and feel younger instantly!” All this because they use the purest form of reservatrol.
The biggest problem with RezV is that they don’t actually provide an ingredients list. They claim to use reservatrol in its “purest form.” But that’s all they really tell you, and then they expect you to jump on the bandwagon to get a “free trial offer”, because there are only 43 left. There are always only 43 left. And unfortunately, there are more than 43 people who will fall for their trick to get your credit card and then charge you a bundle every month after for a product that doesn’t work.
Reservatrol is great, reservatrol can be found in the skins of grapes, and reservatrol was featured on all those news outlets and media outlets that they name, not RezV. RezV has nothing to do with anything actually. It acts quite a bit like the recently popularized acai products. And like them, there is no information or no recourse once you find out it doesn’t work. Don’t get swept up in the hype RezV creates for itself.