If you are having problems with your vision, then don’t spend your time, money, and energy trying ReVision supplement by ‘Larry Stephenson’ because it is a scam! This supplement is owned by the same people behind the known tinnitus scam SynapseXT so don’t think for a second that you have finally stumbled upon a supplement that will get rid of your eye problems and restore your vision. In this review, you’ll find out all you need to know about this supplement and all the reasons why you should keep your distance from it. So let’s begin!
ReVision supplement was launched in July 2020. It claims to be the supplement that will get rid of your vision problems for good. We are also told that ReVision 20 will not only restore our vision but will ‘supercharge’ and ‘maintain’ your brain. In addition, ReVision will supposedly protect you from developing eye problems such as cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and even diabetic retinopathy in the future.
Stephenson claims that his wife, who had been battling with poor vision for 6 years, used ReVision to restore her vision in just a few days. Ever since ‘67,000 people have transformed their lives’ using the supplement.
Backstory of ReVision Supplement
Larry Stephenson begins his video presentation by dramatically informing us that his wife, a nurse, almost died in a car accident while returning from a night shift just because of her poor, poor vision. Apparently, her vision was so bad that ‘she cannot recognize her friends 10 feet away from her.’ He also claims that for six years, doctors had tried and failed to reverse her vision issues. For that reason, he concludes that the services of eye-care specialists are crap, and all their ‘promises’ are nothing but ‘big, fat lies.’
Fuming from his wife’s near-death experience and her eye doctors’ supposed incompetence, Stephenson decides to take it upon himself to find the cure for vision loss. This ‘cure’, according to him, will not require wearing ‘useless’ glasses and all that stuff eye doctors and the healthcare industry use. So off to research he went.
His research eventually led him to one ‘Dr. Kenji Kanamaro’, a supposed ‘famous brain expert from Japan’. After telling him the sob story of his wife, Stephenson succeeded in convincing Kanamaro to give him access to his miracle formula. He then used it to manufacture a ‘potent mixture’ in the form of a pill which he first gave his wife. Just days later, she was able to read without her glasses. Then one night, she was able to spot a lost dog ‘200 feet away’. Wow, perfect vision!
Now he wants you to experience his wife’s miraculous recovery by buying his pill, which he calls ReVision.
We’ll see about that, won’t we?
Science Behind ReVision Supplement
Larry Stephenson claims that the root cause of vision loss has nothing to do with age or your eyes, but with something bad going on inside your brain. Specifically, he states, ‘We don’t see with our eyes, we see with our brain, more specifically, with the brain neurons situated on the retina.’
Stephenson then goes on to claim that scientists at the University of Illinois College of Medicine have discovered a new type of cell in the retina which is responsible for connecting the eyes to the brain. Of course, he failed to tell us the name of this new cell. Instead, he quickly claims that the root cause of vision loss is the loss of the function of this cell due to the action of an enzyme called Arginase 2 (A2). Eliminating this enzyme, Stephenson claims, will instantly reinstate the function of this unnamed new cell, resulting in not just the restoration of your vision, but the elimination of other conditions such as ‘fatigue, anxiety, depression and migraines.’
According to him, all you have to do to eliminate the A2 enzyme and restore your vision is to do ‘this 6-second trick’ of popping two capsules of ReVision every day. This is because ReVision is packed full of ‘natural’ ingredients which have supposedly been scientifically proven to reverse vision loss and boost brain health. So what are these miracle ingredients?
Ingredients of ReVision Supplement
The ingredients of ReVision Supplement include
- Alpha GPC
- B-Vitamins (B6, Niacin)
- Caffeine Anhydrous
- Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
- Bacopa Aerial Part Extract
Of course, none of these ingredients have been scientifically proven to help restore poor vision. In fact, it appears that these ingredients have more to do with the brain and mental health than restoring vision. You can as well say that ReVision is no different from let’s say, Memory Repair Protocol!
How Much Does It Cost?
A bottle of ReVision costs $69. There are two other plans available:
- 3 bottles at $59 per bottle
- 6 bottles at $49 per bottle.
‘Free shipping’ is only available for the multiple-bottle plans, but all come with ’60 days moneyback guarantee.’ Mind you, this money-back guarantee is the policy of ReVision’s retailer Clickbank, NOT the policy of Stephenson. So you’ll get your refund if you request it through Clickbank.
Now to the fun part. Why is ReVision supplement a scam?
1. Larry Stephenson is A Paid Actor (Does NOT Exist)
The man calling himself Larry Stephenson in the video presentation claims that he is a 55-year-old retired ‘medicinal chemist’ with ’30 years of experience. He says that he lives with his wife Lucy ‘in a small town near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.’ Apart from that, there’s no other information about him. There’s no sign of him anywhere on social media either.
Anyway, don’t bother trying to verify his identity because he’s just a paid actor. I’ve seen his type so many times already to know! Plus, the scammers disclosed on their website that ‘Larry Stephenson’ is just a pseudonym – which is a BAD thing as far as selling health programs and supplements is concerned!
If you’re still in doubt, perhaps the next reason will convince you:
2. ‘Dr. Kenji Kanamaro’ Does NOT Exist!
Remember ‘Dr. Kenji Kanamaro,’ the supposed ‘brain expert’ who revealed the magic ReVision formula to our fake Stephenson? Well, he’s just a stock video you can buy from Adobe Stock. Translation: He does NOT exist!
Now, do you believe what I said about Larry Stephenson being a paid actor? Awesome. On to the next one!
3. Fake Facebook Testimonials With Stock Videos
The video presentation of ReVision features a bunch of what we are meant to believe are testimonials from Facebook. But I can assure you that those testimonials are just fake Facebook screenshots complete with stock videos. Now how do I know that? Because the exact same thing was done over at SynapseXT! Besides, it’s clearly obvious that all the clips – save the paid actors – used in the presentation are stock videos. In fact, I personally know some of the people in the stock videos as they were students at my alma mater here in Ukraine.
4. The Scientific Basis is Rubbish. Author Knows Nothing About Vision Loss
In the video presentation, Larry Stephenson claims that we don’t see with our eyes, but ‘we see with our brain, more specifically, with the brain neurons situated on the retina.’ This is perhaps the dumbest thing I’ve ever heard someone say about vision loss. First off, the retina is part of the eye, NOT the brain. Second, people go blind if, for example, they have either a damaged cornea (the outer transparent part of the eye) or lens (remember cataracts). The point? Without the eye, the brain will have no image to process. Therefore, we see with our eyes!
Larry Stephenson is not alone when it comes to making such dumb statements about our sense organs. Sharp Ear tinnitus supplement made a similar claim, this time about the ears.
5. Lies About the Root Cause of Vision Loss
Secondly, Stephenson claims that the root cause of your vision loss as you grow older is not your age, but the activity of the Arginase 2 (A2) enzyme. He claims that all you have to do to restore your vision and prevent other chronic eye and brain ailments is to eliminate this enzyme with his supplement.
There are two problems though. First, age absolutely has everything to do with vision loss. The fact is, once you turn 40, your vision may begin to decline and you’ll suddenly feel the need to start using reading glasses. I want to assure you that this is a normal, physiological phenomenon called presbyopia and you don’t need to worry about it as it is usually self-limiting. However, see your eye specialist if your vision continues to deteriorate beyond your late 60s.
Regarding the A2 enzyme claim, yes, it is true that increased activity of this enzyme causes inflammation, subsequently leading to vision loss. But Stephenson failed to tell you that this enzyme’s activity is only increased when there is an injury to the optic nerve due to blunt trauma. In other words, if you haven’t had an accident that resulted in damage to your eyes to the point of losing vision, then you shouldn’t worry about this enzyme. So how does this translate to ‘the root cause’ of vision loss?
As you can see, the scammers behind this supplement clearly do not know what they are talking about!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY ReVision Supplement. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: revision20.us
Clickbank is the retailer of this program. So if you have made the mistake of buying it, then contact Clickbank directly for your refund. They are a legit company that will definitely refund you so long as you do it within 60 days of purchase.
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