Brain Peak Review: A Highly Overpriced Nootropic Formula
Our First Impressions
Hate your job and lack the motivation to keep going, but still want to reach your goals and be successful? Maybe Brain Peak can help you out with that. This newly released cognitive enhancing supplement aims to boost motivation, concentration and mental energy. While its official website is not the prettiest one we’ve seen, we hope that its formula and performance will do better. By the end of this review, we hope that you have gained sufficient information to be able to decide whether Brain Peak is the best option for you.
Marketing Practices of Brain Peak
After going through Brain Peak’s official website we’ve come to the conclusion that they’re not very nice when it comes to marketing techniques. Firstly, there is no supplement facts label available. Secondly, we don’t know about Brain Peak’s price – of course, not until we provide them with credit card details. And thirdly, Brain Peak claims to use natural ingredients that don’t lead to side effects without actually proving so through clinical trials.
Ingredients of Brain Peak
The only thing we know about Brain Peak’s formula is that it consists of 9 ingredients. Nowhere on the official website do the manufacturers provide information on such ingredients. So what’s in Brain Peak and what are the dosages? We have no idea and neither do most people.
Pro’s and Con’s
- May work to boost mental energy and focus
- Company does not show a full ingredient list (we seriously don’t know what’s in it!)
- May not work for everyone
- Probably (more like definitely) the most expensive nootropic supplement we’ve ever seen
Cost and Summary of Brain Peak
Let’s just take a small second to talk about Brain Peak’s cost. WARNING: Most of you will probably leave this page after reading the next few sentences, so if you are put off by Brain Peak’s pricing option then go ahead and just click here to check out better formulas for a better price. Okay, so once you click on Brain Peak’s “Risk-Free Trial” button (which can be found on their official website), you will be lead to a page that asks for your name and address. Then you click continue and you will be presented with another page that asks for your credit card information. You will be charged $4.97 for the 10-day “free trial” – we assume that this cost is for shipping. And if you look closely under the “Complete your order” button, there’s a small, barely noticeable, paragraph written in light-font that says:
“By submitting, you consent to having read and agreed to our Terms and Conditions and after your 10 days trial period has expired, being enrolled in our membership program for $139.97 plus shipping per month. You can cancel anytime by calling 1-855-511-2191”
Great. So basically, you’re paying them $5 for 10 days and then $139.97 + shipping for the rest of the month. That is unarguably the most expensive price tag that we’ve seen on a nootropic supplement.
Again, we don’t doubt that Brain Peak has the potential to work as a focus and mental energy booster. Then again, we barely know anything about the product’s ingredients, so it’s hard to say whether it would actually deliver in terms of results. What we definitely know at this point, however, is that Brain Peak is very, very, VERY expensive. $140 for an average supplement manufactured by a company who is quite secretive about their information, doesn’t sound too appealing. Again, if you don’t like what you’ve read then go ahead and check out our top rated product.
Total Score: (2.9 / 5)
Effectiveness: (3 / 5)
Ingredients: (3 / 5)
Side Effects: (3 / 5)
Value for the Money: (2.5 / 5)