Vasayo is a relatively new direct marketing company on the supplements scene. The company is based in Utah and also has a headquarters in Hong Kong. Direct Marketing, often known as Multi Level Marketing (MLM) is a sales model that recruits ordinary people to sell products direct to their own social network, whether in “real life” or online. It can be rewarding for some people but it does not suit everyone. MLM distributors have a reputation for being fanatical about the products they sell and their company.
Vasayo Microlife Energy contains natural ingredients that may give your energy levels a lift, but we cannot see it working in spray form. Delivering medication by oral spray is not suitable for all substances and there is zero proof that this method will be effective for these herbal ingredients. Vasayo is a MLM company so this supplement is not straightforward to buy; buy from the official website and you are encouraged to sign up to auto ship, otherwise you will need to go through a distributor. In our opinion Vasayo Microlife Energy looks like an expensive gimmick that is a hassle to buy and probably not worth the effort or the expense.
Side effects are highly unlikely, because it is doubtful whether there will be any effect at all from taking this supplement.
Microlife Energy is very expensive, especially as it probably will not work. The advertised price to customers is $54.95 for one month’s supply, if you buy from a distributor.
It costs $49.95 trade price or if you sign up to auto ship and become a distributor yourself.
Although some Vasayo supplements are on sale via Amazon, Microlife Energy only seems to be available only via a distributor.
We are not impressed by Vasayo Microlife Energy. Although it contains some energising ingredients that may help improve focus and energy levels, it is highly unlikely to work unless you take as a supplement and actually eat them!
Spraying this ingredient combo into your mouth four times a day is unlikely to work in the same way as this supplement would probably work in pill form. The pharmaceutical industry is looking at this method of delivery for many prescription drugs, but the truth is that it is just not effective for everything and there is zero evidence that caffeine, maca, and other herbal ingredients will enter the blood stream in this way.
Finally Vasayo Microlife Energy is expensive. It is not easy to buy; there is no guarantee and no customer feedback!
In our opinion there is nothing about this supplement that makes it worth buying, so we would not recommend Vasayo Microlife Energy to any of our readers.
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Vasayo Microlife Energy is a nootropic supplement that looks very different from most other products on the market. This is because it is in spray form and the idea seems to be that you spray it into your mouth whenever you feel you need to pep up your energy levels and focus your brain.
Microlife Energy contains a blend of energy enhancing ingredients. This supplement contains caffeine based favourite, Guarana – a natural South American berry that contains more caffeine per weight than the coffee bean.
It contains Maca, another South American ingredient that has been consumed in countries like Peru for thousands of years. Maca is sometimes taken for sexual dysfunction as well as improving energy levels.
Microlife Energy also contains Green tea extract, Rhodiola Rosea – a plant extract often taken in supplement form for energy and finally Hesperidin, a plant chemical or flavanoid found predominantly in citrus fruits which some people take for problems of poor circulation.
Vasayo is a Multi Level Marketing company, founded by American couple Dallin and Karree Larson. Dallin Larson has previous form with running an MLM, he was heavily involved with a company called Monavie which specialised in fruit juices but has since gone out of business. Vasayo is based in Utah, but there is also a Vasayo HQ located in Hong Kong.
Most MLMs have a gimmick product and we have covered quite a few, such as Plexus and their Pink Drink, Plexus Slim.
And “that crazy wrap thing”, a weight loss body wrap from It Works.
Vasayo are slightly different because this company deal in primarily in nootropic supplements rather than weight loss, but Microlife Energy seems to be their own gimmick product.
Vasayo currently sell five products; Microlife Core, a vitamin supplement, Microlife Sleep – a supplement to help you sleep, Microlife Neuro, and more. We imagine that as the company progresses, new supplements and products will be added to their range.
Becoming a seller is open to anyone but it is not free. Vasayo will cost at least $50 a month because you have to agree to a compulsory auto ship (recurring loyalty program).
You can find out more about the pitfalls of MLM in our previous investigation.
According to the advertising, this spray supplement will, “End Your Energy Woes with High-End Energy”
And will enable you to, “Enjoy natural, sustained energy with Microlife Energy.”
It is described as a “combination of healthful nutrients (that) delivers a sustained, feel-good energy to exceed the day’s expectations.”
There are five key benefits,
There is zero evidence to prove that any of this is true.
The ingredients in Vasayo Microlife Energy include caffeine, so it is likely that this supplement could help improve energy but we are not so sure about the concept of spraying it into your mouth.
Breath fresheners, sprays for sore throats, dental hygiene sprays, heart sprays, and vitamin sprays may be effective but this type of delivery is not yet mainstream and requires further investigation and development. Scientific research is examining whether some drugs may be suitable in spray form, and even with pharmaceutical drugs it seems that not everything is suitable for this type of delivery.
Therefore it seems highly unlikely that the herbal ingredients contained in Microlife Energy will be effective when applied in spray form. There is zero medical evidence that this supplement will work as described, and in our opinion it is a gimmick.
It seems unlikely that these ingredients will work in spray form. However serving size is equal to 4 sprays (2ml)
Energy Proprietary Blend (91mg):
Liposome Proprietary blend (50mg):
We can’t see this spray supplement having any effects at all.
As with all supplements, not suitable for individuals under 18. Avoid if you are pregnant or breast feeding. Do not take if you have an underlying medical condition or are taking prescription medication without seeing your doctor first.
There are no independent customer reviews for Microlife Energy. The only people who seem to be talking about this supplement are Vasayo distributors who are trying to sell it.
After almost a month using this awesome product, I can say that works very well…
Said one man whose wife is currently working as a distributor. Not exactly impartial feedback then!
There is no money back guarantee for Vasayo Microlife Energy. There is a returns policy but this only applies to unused and unopened products.
This supplement is sold via an MLM company so it is not straightforward to buy. If you visit the official website you are encouraged to sign up for auto shipping, or to become a distributor yourself which you may not want to do.
There are plenty of Vasayo distributors who will be happy (ecstatic!) to sell to you. You can find these on Facebook or other social media platforms.
Some Vasayo supplements are on sale via Amazon USA, however at the time of writing Microlife Energy is not. So if you want to try this supplement your best bet is to find a distributor or sell it yourself!