Note: This Plexus Slim Review is a work in progress. Please check back.
This is a gripe site. We are former Plexus Ambassadors with axes to grind. If you’re still in love with the Plexus Slim pink drink, this site isn’t intended for you. This site is intended for those looking for answers to questions. Answers that Plexus Worldwide may or may not be willing to give or admit to.
This site should be taken as the opinion of its writers who are former Plexus Ambassadors with somewhat biased views. If you’re upset that someone is bashing your beloved Plexus Slim, or have thin skin, perhaps the Internet isn’t for you.
1 – Plexus Slim no longer works
In or around November or December of 2013, Plexus Worldwide was put on notification by the health departments of various countries including Health Canada that they were illegally exporting hoodia and to cease exporting hoodia. A number of Plexus Ambassadors and customers also received notices from Customs to this effect.
Hoodia is a natural ingredient rich in properties that are often advertised to help with appetite and weight loss. Hoodia was removed from Plexus Slim for shipments outside the USA starting January 2014.
Plexus Slim no longer contains grapeskin. Plexus Worldwide quietly removed grapeskin, has not offered any explanation as to why they did this, and has declined to comment.
By February of 2014 we were processing record numbers of refund requests. Many of these refund requests were from diabetics who check their sugars with a blood glucose meter. General consensus is the new Plexus Slim (without Hoodia or grapeskin) no longer works to help with blood glucose levels.
When the primary product of a company such as Plexus Slim no longer works, you no longer have a business. The owners of this site can no longer in good faith recommend Plexus Slim