Last updated on October 26th, 2020 at 05:55 pm
Arctic Blast$59.95 per bottle
Author identity and qualifications0.0/10
Scientific basis of program0.0/10
Presentation of program2.0/10
- Owned by a shady company behind many known scams
- The author does NOT exist
- Fake testimonials with stock videos
- Tries to exploit history to sell scam
Don’t waste your time and money trying Arctic Blast by ‘Dr Kevin Richardson’ because it is a scam! This supplement is made by the same people behind colossal scams Pure Natural Healing and NutriO2 so believe me when I tell you that there’s nothing good to say about this one. So without wasting much of our time, let’s find out what this supplement is and why you should keep your distance from it!
Arctic Blast was launched at around August 2017. It claims to be the supplement that will get rid of your chronic pain permanently. According to Kevin, his supplement ‘safely ends even the worst pain anywhere in your body in 54 seconds with no side effects, no stomach upset, and no long–term unknown health risks.’ He goes further to claim that the secret behind his supplement was the victim of ‘The Biggest Natural Pain Relief Cover-Up In World History,’ which was orchestrated by the ‘big greedy drug companies’ because they couldn’t patent it to make money. But now thanks to Arctic Blast, the cover-up has been exposed and you now have access to this ‘miracle’ pain reliever.
Let’s look into the last claim in more detail in the next section.
Science Behind Arctic Blast
According to Kevin, Arctic Blast is based on a compound called DMSO (Dimethyl sulfoxide). This is a liquid chemical derived from wood pulp that is used as a solvent for different substances, including paint and antifreeze. All that changed in 1963 however, when a scientist called Dr Stanley Jacobs found that DMSO can penetrate the skin without damaging human cells and transport substances into the cells. What followed after that were claims and testimonials of DMSO curing acute and chronic pain of various kinds. Soon after, people started using DMSO as a topical pain reliever throughout the 1960s to the 1980s.
DMSO was approved by the FDA to treat interstitial cystitis – a rare disease of the urinary bladder – in humans. In veterinary medicine however, DMSO was used to treat joint inflammation and pain in racetrack horses. It was also used as a solvent to preserve organs for transplant, as well as in other topical medications like antifungal ointments.
The scammers are using the controversy that surrounded the use of DMSO as a painkiller in humans to sell their scam. What happened back then was that a lot of athletes were illegally using the DMSO intended for racetrack animals to treat their own pain. The FDA refused to give their approval for such use, and the pharmaceutical companies subsequently refused to mass-produce them. But in 2007, the FDA finally approved it for use in reducing brain swelling due to trauma. Since then, DMSO has been used in different forms (supplement, mainstream medicine) to treat pain.
Kevin’s Twist to the Story
Kevin sees the story differently, however. According to him, the drug companies conspired to ‘discredit’ DMSO because they couldn’t profit from it because of its wide availability to the public. He even went as far as alleging that the drug companies ‘planted fake news about it in the media’, causing a lot of people in the DMSO ‘business’ to lose their jobs and eventually taking the drug out of the market. He says, ‘The supply dried up completely. It faded away from sight – UNTIL NOW.’
Kevin says that he teamed up with some unnamed ‘source’ to ‘bring back’ DMSO. Now you can enjoy its pain relieving benefits exclusively from his supplement called Arctic Blast.
What Arctic Blast Will Supposedly Do For You
According to Kevin, using Arctic Blast will help you do the following:
- ‘Move around pain-free, like you did in your 30s’
- ‘Get out of bed in the morning without aching, stiff joints.’
- ‘Enjoy doing your favorite activities without stiffness.’
- ‘Play on the floor with your children and grandchildren’
- ‘Go on fun walks and exercise without pain’
- ‘WOW your doctor!’ (Wow)
- ‘Throw balls with your kids or grandkids with no pain at all.’
- ‘Pick up the young kids with no back pain.’
- ‘Enjoy working in your yard and garden with no more pain.’
- ‘Play golf like you used to – all the fun, but no more pain.’
- ‘Enjoy fun hobbies again like woodworking, gardening, sports and others.’
- ‘Have twice the energy you do now – because pain is not draining your energy.’
Of course, Kevin ties all these benefits to the action of DMSO but does his Arctic Blast really contain DMSO? Let’s find out!
Ingredients of Arctic Blast
According to the video presentation, the active ingredient of Arctic Blast is DMSO. But according to their own label, DMSO is not even the active ingredient. Instead, the active ingredients are Camphor and Menthol!
FYI, menthol and camphor are counter-irritants which work by first inflaming the painful area before eventually giving you relief. This is definitely not the type of topical analgesic to use in acute pain!
Anyway, it’s clear from the label above that DMSO isn’t being used as an active ingredient, but as a solvent … which is exactly how it’s being used today in humans. So basically, DMSO isn’t playing any active role in the pain-relieving activity of Arctic Blast. Of course, many people do not know this, and the scammers are clearly relying on this ignorance to push their product.
Now let’s talk about other important reasons why you should stay away from Arctic Blast!
1. Kevin Richardson Does NOT Exist!
Kevin Richardson describes himself as someone who has ‘helped thousands of people like you end their pain naturally for 18 years.’ But according to their Terms and Conditions page, Kevin Richardson is actually a pseudonym, meaning that it’s not the real name of the author.
I know better, however. The fact is, Kevin Richardson does NOT exist. This is because this same name has been used to market colossal scams such as Pure Natural Healing and NutriO2, and in both occasions I exposed the fact that Kevin is just a stock photo purchased from Shutterstock.com.
So don’t be deceived by the video of the ‘researcher’ peering into the microscope at exactly the time when his name is mentioned in the video presentation. It’s just a stock video, just like the majority of the video clips used in the presentation.
2. Arctic Blast is Owned by A Shady Company
It is stated in the Terms and Conditions page that Arctic Blast is owned by a company called Nutriomo Labs. According to Dun and Bradstreet, the company is located in Singapore. But I can authoritatively state that this company is the successor of Success Vantage Group, a company in Singapore that was responsible for the following scams:
Also please note that the affiliate section of the website leads to a company website called Truegenics. Don’t be confused by it, as Nutriomo and Truegenics are the same company. This is because they share the same address.
3. Fake Testimonials With Stock Photos
The presentation of Arctic Blast is littered with testimonials. But just like the other scams mentioned above, they are all fake. This is because they are all stock photos … an absolute indication of a scam. Let’s trace them, shall we?
- ‘Marie Buckthorn’ from Yukon, OK is actually a stock photo from Shutterstock and FreeArt;
- ‘Stephanie Briggs’ from Missoula, MT is a stock photo you can buy from Shutterstock, Depositphotos and iStock;
- ‘Brad Trautmann’ from Kenner, LA is a stock photo from iStock;
- ‘Marie Kondocky’ from Frank Whitmore, LA is just a random photo used on Instagram to create awareness about hearing loss;
- ‘Frank Leopold’ from Yuma, AZ is a free stock photo you can download from Pixabay, Needpix and Pxfuel;
- ‘Adam Solomon’ from Tyler, TX is a free stock photo from Pixabay;
- ‘Marriane Tange’ from Encino, CA is a random photo on Instagram bearing the name Maxine Moore;
- ‘Pat Tinlan’ from New Orleans, LA is just a stock photo you can buy from Adobe Stock;
So as you can see, fake testimonials! We definitely can’t trust them.
4. DMSO is NOT the Active Ingredient of Arctic Blast Despite Presentation
We’ve already discussed this but I want to highlight it again because it’s important. The presentation of Arctic Blast is all about how DMSO is the cheap cure for all kinds of pain but when we look at the composition of the supplement itself, we find that the substance isn’t even part of the active ingredients. This is problematic because we need DMSO to be an active ingredient before we can enjoy its pain-relieving benefits. If not, it’s just a solvent that plays no active role in the pain-relieving action of Arctic Blast.
So what’s the implication of this? The scammers are exploiting history to sell you a scam. Don’t fall for it!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Arctic Blast. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: GetArcticBlast.com
The scammers use Paypal to process payments for this supplement. So if you’ve made the mistake of buying it, please contact Paypal for your refund or file a credit card dispute with your bank.
Alternatives to Arctic Blast
Rather than wasting your time and money trying Arctic Blast, here are alternatives you can try for your pain:
1. PuraThrive Liposomal Turmeric Extract
This is a supplement by PuraThrive consisting of full-spectrum turmeric and fulvic acid. Turmeric is well-known for being effective in curing joint pain, but it’s hard to absorb by the body. PuraThrive says that it has solved that problem and they have a lot of positive testimonials to prove it. Get the supplement now or read my review for more details.
2. Back Pain Relief 4 Life
This program by fitness experts Ian Hart and Bojan Mladenovic is designed for those with back pain due to muscle issues. It can also be used by those undergoing rehabilitation for back pain. It consists of 8 simple movements you can do from the comfort of your home … and you need no special equipment apart from a pillow, a chair, and probably a mat to lie on. Get the program now or read my review for more details.
Both of these programs are cheaper than Arctic Blast and are definitely NOT scams. So don’t hesitate to try them instead.
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