Categorized as a female “arousal enhancer,” FemiPro is a nutritional supplement that claims to increase libido for women over 40 years of age. It accomplishes this by boosting DHEA levels within your body, and by providing a wide range of all-natural “female-supporting” ingredients.
Like Ageless Male and Trim Factor, FemiPro is manufactured by New Vitality, which despite their A- rating with the Better Business Bureau, has a reputation for poor customer service and unwillingness to un-enroll users from their autoship program. Regarding FemiPro specifically, we were unable to locate any online user feedback, which seems in line with the fact that its trademark was recently registered in August 2013.
How FemiPro Works
FemiPro claims to use a proprietary blend of all-natural ingredients to “work wonders” for women’s libidos who are over the age of 40. According to the product’s website, most women begin losing DHEA—a hormone produced by your adrenal glands that acts as a “precursor” for sex hormones—once they reach the age of 40. In fact, the company claims DHEA levels in women over 50 can have decreased by up to 40%.
FemiPro’s all-natural ingredients boost DHEA within your body, and include:
- Korean Red Ginseng Extract – 300mg
- DHEA (Dehydroepiandrosterone) – 50mg
- Proprietary Blend: (Black Cohosh root powder, Damiana leaf
powder, Maca root powder, L-Arginine HCL) – 50mg
Within just a couple weeks of using FemiPro, “you’ll experience higher levels of arousal, more frequent sexual activity and improved sexual satisfaction.” As you continue taking the supplement, you results will continue to become more apparent.
According to the company, FemiPro causes no known side effects, though there is some concern that long-term use of DHEA supplements can cause health concerns (see additional information in the final section).
FemiPro Pricing & Refund Policy
FemiPro is currently only available directly from the manufacturer, and is offered through four different pricing formats:
- 1 bottle (Super Saver): $35.95
- 1 bottle (regular price): $44.95
- Buy 2, Get 1 Free Super Saver: $71.90
- Buy 2, Get 10% Off: $80.90
During our research, we found FemiPro’s pricing structure a little confusing, specifically regarding their Super Saver program. According to this page on the New Vitality site, the program appears to include automatic enrollment in their autoship program, which is where you’ll be sent a fresh bottle of FemiPro once every 30 days, and your payment method on file will be charged accordingly.
However, regardless of which option you choose, you’ll see the following message on the first page of the checkout screen: “Starting 30 days from your order date, you'll receive a new 30-day supply every month at the guaranteed low price of…” With this in mind, we were unable to verify the real differences in the above prices. As a result, you may want to contact New Vitality’s customer service department at 888-997-2941 or firstname.lastname@example.org to verify prior to ordering.
All New Vitality products come with a 30-day 100% satisfaction guarantee, less shipping and handling charges. Simply contact customer service to begin the process, no questions asked.
Bottom Line: Is FemiPro a Scam?
With all this information in mind, what’s the bottom line: is FemiPro a scam?
FemiPro appears to be a very new product, and as a result there isn’t enough information available online to come to an informed conclusion. However, there are some important things to consider before placing your order.
First, as with the vast majority of other nutritional supplements, FemiPro is not FDA-approved. Furthermore, many of the benefits claimed by the product appear to be based on incomplete science. In other words, there simply isn’t enough clinical evidence to show that DHEA supplements like FemiPro work as advertised. In fact, there is some evidence that the long-term use of DHEA supplements can actually increase the risk of hormonal cancers such as breast and ovarian.
Finally, there are hundreds of online reviews claiming that New Vitality’s customer service department is often unwilling to un-enroll customers from their autoship program, even after multiple requests. In fact, in some instances customers have had to cancel their credit cards to put a stop to the automatic charges.