From Boston-based, Force Factor comes this slickly promoted and packaged prostate product that costs you close to $75 for one bottle if you sign up for their "free sample" bottle which
is heavily advertised on TV. Again that's $75 a bottle making it the second most expensive product of the close to 200 products I purchased and had tested in independent laboratories.
The "free bottle" gimmick is a common TV marketing gimmick employed by not only TruFlow, but also by Super Beta Prostate and Prosvent. But is it a good deal?
If you read the "fine print" on this free bottle give away here is what you will discover. They do send you a free bottle of TruFlow for about $1 charged to your credit card. Then 30-days later, they send you a second bottle and charge your credit card a whopping $74.95 for one bottle. Plus, they will send you a new bottle every month and charge you the same $74.95 unless you call them and cancel shipments. It's a marketing gimmick. A gimmick that has landed this company in hot water in the past. One of their previous products which was also marketed with a "free trial" offer received over 70,000 consumer complaints! That's not a misprint - that's over 70,000 complaints.
Our independent lab tests show that TruFlow contains only 42 mg of beta-sitosterol. Not exactly a great score, and at $74 a bottle it is significantly overpriced.
Best thing I liked about the formula is the 4 mg of melatonin that it contains. Melatonin is a great product that helps you sleep and also helps your prostate since your prostate has melatonin receptors in it.
They only offer a 30-day money-back-guarantee like all of the other "free bottle" marketing gimmick companies.