QuickRelief is marketed as a natural remedy and a prevention solution against two dermatological conditions: psoriasis and eczema. The manufacturer claims that the product clears both the signs and the symptoms in 10 days and entirely restores the skin integrity in 3-months time. In terms of rate of success, the manufacturer mentions a 98% rate.
Little information is available however on the manufacturing company. The company seems to exclusively produce the QuickRelief remedy and appears to be based in the United States, although the exact location and name of the company are not provided.
There is no money back guarantee policy, nor a free trial period. The company’s benefit claims are vague and insufficiently explained. The manufacturer brings no arguments or research to sustain these claims, except for several consumer testimonials that should be treated as a marketing tool rather than a fair assessment of the product.
QuickRelief contains the following ingredients: Rehmannia unprocessed root, Red peony root, Lonicera flower bud, Scute root, Forsythia fruit, Phellodendron stem bark, Sophora root, Moutan root bark, Scrophularia root, Salvia root & rhizome, White atractylodes rhizome, Atractylodes rhizome, Gardenia fruit, Cicada slough.
QuickRelief is a herbal mixture designed to be used in the treatment and prevention stages of psoriasis and eczema. No side effects have been recorded.
The greatest part of the ingredients included in the formula (Rehmannia, Lonicera, Phellodendron, Sophorota, Salvia root) are Asian plants used in the traditional Asian medicine to treat several conditions or symptoms that may or may not be related to eczema or psoriasis. Most common medicinal effects include anti-toxin, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial effects, as well as the ability to reduce capillary fragility (Rehmannia) or to decrease blood’s ability to clot (Salvia root).
Consumer reviews are generally mixed; some consumers reported good results while others reporter unsatisfactory results . The manufacturer does not mention any clinical trials to support their benefit claims, nor does it explain the mechanism through which the product is supposed to work.
- Natural remedy
- Questionable origin and identity of the manufacturer
- Weak benefit claims
- No free trial
- No money-back guarantee
- Not approved by the FDA.
The manufacturer of QuickRelief does not mention clinical trials to sustain the benefit claims. There is also a scarcity of information on the manufacturer’s origin, history and current activity.
Consumer reviews are mostly negative and the producer does not offer a money-back guarantee, nor is there a free trial period.
However, a 6-month guarantee is available, offering free products to customers who, in a 6 month period of correctly using the product, did not achieve the results desired. For these products too shipment and handling costs have to be paid by the customer. This free product guarantee is limited to 6 months.
Due to the serious nature of the two conditions (psoriasis and eczema) and as a precaution, we recommend our readers to get medical advice before starting treatment with any sort of medicine.