Nuubu Detox Patch is a foot patch that allegedly cleanses your body from harmful toxins. Does this cleansing foot pad really work or is it a scam? Are the Nuubu reviews online fake or real? This review provides answer to your questions.
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How To Use Nuubu Deep Cleansing Foot Pads
From what we gathered on the website where this product is being marketed, the following ways are how to use this patch-
- Place the patch at the middle of the foot. The soft side of the patch should contact the skin.
- Apply the second patch on the other foot OR another part of the body you wish to remove the toxins from.
- Leave the patches on for 6-8 hours. It is recommended to apply the patches before sleep.
- Peel the patches off after 6-8 hours of use and wash your feet.
What an easy way to remove unhealthy toxins. Sounds pretty cool right? However, there seem to be some inconsistencies about this product.
5 Reasons Why I Don’t Recommend Nuubu Detox Foot Patch
Like you, I was fascinated by this Nuubu cleansing foot pad, and I decided to get one for myself. Who doesn’t want to be healthy? Not me of course! So I took my chances and ordered for the patch. See my experience below –
Delayed Shipping and Delivery
To begin with, it took them AGES to send the package. After a couple of months from the date of purchase, I contacted Nuubu to ask about the shipment and was given all sorts of excuses why it was not shipped yet. This was not what I expected. On the officially website it was clearly stated that the estimated shipping time for United States is 12 -15 days.
No where was it written that I’ve to wait for six bloody weeks. Six goddamn weeks!
Terrible Customer Service
Nuubu customer service sucks. Yes, you heard me well. When you send them a mail, You receive an automated mail saying they’re very busy but your query will be dealt with within five working days. This is not true. The only time they sent a feedback was to invite me to review their product /service. This mail was immediately followed by a mail thanking me for my order and saying that shipping would happen soon.
So this left me wondering, why invite me to review the product when I’ve not received it yet? If that is how their system works, it means the positive reviews on TrustPilot are not real.
You must have seen the glowing reviews online that claims this Japanese medicine contains ingredients like Loquat leaf, Vitamin C, and the likes. What these reviews fail to tell you is that the product contains ingredients that will react to moisture and body heat and it changes the color from whatever it is to black once in touch with heat and humidity.
How did I find out? I placed the patch above my kettle and it immediately turn to black. So yeah, the patch is not cleansing toxins from your body like you were made to believe.
It rather turns black because it reacts to moisture and body heat. Proof? just put one above a source of steams such as a kettle and see for yourself.
Lest I forget, when you place an order for the patch, nuubu.com tries to charge you for more than one patch. If you’re not observant, you might end up paying for four Nuubu detox patches instead of just one like this person below –
Don’t be deceived by the positive reviews online of Nuubu foot pad, they are all sponsored posts. The owner(s) of Nuubu Detox patch has invested lots of money on advertising and SEO. That’s why you’d only see good reviews online.
They’ve also manipulated the reviews on TrustPilot. How? when you click on the profiles of some of the reviewers, you’d see their past reviews have similar structure and words. Moreover ‘invited reviews’ shouldn’t be trusted.
Does Nuubu Detoxifying Foot Patch Really Work?
MayoClinic has addressed this issue on this article here. The truth is that there’s no reliable evidence that detox foot pads work.
Like weight loss patches, No scientific studies have been published that show that detox foot pads work or that they’re safe. The Federal Trade Commission has even charged some distributors of detox foot pads with deceptive advertising.
The bottom line: As with anything that sounds too good to be true, your best bet is to wait for scientific evidence that proves a claim before investing your time and money.
Have you bought and used Nuubu Detox patch? Did it work? Please drop your reviews on the comment section.
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