Focus Factor Review
Focus Factor is one of the latest brain pills that we got to review. In was brought to our attention by one of our readers who was able to experience ‘amazing’ results with it. Focus Factor claims to be able to improve memory, concentration, and focus by providing valuable nutrition, allowing it to perform at its very best. It’s seen a lot of success, judging by the amount of reviews online, and the general word about it through various review sites. Additionally, it boasts being distributed on many platforms, from Costco, to VitaminShoppe, to Amazon. This isn’t something that occurs often with many brain enhancers available out there. This allows maximum exposure, allowing an immense amount of sales. This, of course, has been great for the founders of Focus Factor.
Focus Factor sets itself apart by offering a unique blend of not only brain enhancing ingredients, but also the use of minerals and vitamins that support nutrition and ‘brain health.’
As mentioned, Focus Factor, despite its name, actually also offers improvements to memory and concentration. Their ingredients claim to have been carefully selected to support healthy brain function. Unfortunately, although they might have had good intentions, the ingredients in Focus Factor are really diluted with the many additives that they’ve included. In fact, Focus Factor contains 40 ingredients, which is a rather hefty amount. This resonates in its recommended usage and daily serving as Focus Factor is recommended at 4 tablets a day – something that isn’t exactly convenient, especially for those on a busy schedule or those who simply cannot remember to take a tablet four times a day.
This is one of the problems that occur when there is really too many ingredients in a pill or tablet. There really isn’t enough space in a tablet to support that many ingredients, and when they do, the ingredients are in sparing amounts. Multivitamins are great. However, when they’re taking away from the efficacy and potency of what could be a great cognitive enhancer, you understand why we’re against this sort of thing.
What we can say, though, is if the minerals and vitamins were taken out of the equation, Focus Factor would have a pretty impressive formula, including around 20 ingredients that all contribute towards optimal cognitive performance.
Ingredients score: 13/25
Experimenting with Focus Factor
Admittedly, we were quite turned off by the fact that there were so many ingredients in Focus Factor, causing us to have to take it four times a day. In all honesty, they could have simply made their tablets bigger and asked for a twice-a-day serving. However, we still did run with it. It wasn’t easy though!
What was almost immediately noticeable with Focus Factor was that although it wasn’t exactly the most potent we’ve tried, it still did the job. After taking it, the transition into a focused mode was very smooth and you really couldn’t feel it until up to maybe an hour after taking it. However, we were able to ‘get in the zone’ with Focus Factor, and finishing work was much easier without any distractions. Over the course of eight weeks, we were able to notice some minor improvements in memory as well.
What was most notable, though, was that Focus Factor actually made us feel good throughout the duration of us testing it. None of us reported any foggy feelings the day after its use. In fact, we felt, energized!
Experimenting with Focus Factor score: 21/25
What was quite impressive to us as well was how they were able to drive Focus Factor’s price to the amount that it is now – $19.99. We really haven’t seen any other brain pill or nootropic supplement at this price before, offering 150 tablets, which actually provides more than a month’s worth of brain pills: 37.5 days to be exact. The price is extremely attractive, and while it might not be the best out there, with its incorporation of a lot of minerals and vitamins, those starting in the world of nootropics might find this a cheap and good option.
Price score: 25/25
Sadly, we only had one reader who reported to us about Focus Factor, but he did say it was amazing. He mentioned that it really did help his exam scores in college as he was able to study more efficiently, and for longer periods of time. He also reported no side effects.
Aside from this, we were also able to come up with what most other people said regarding Focus Factor on a number of review sites, and even just Costco’s, Amazon’s, and VitaminShoppe’s customer reviews. While there were some comments on a lack of potency and overall effectiveness, Focus Factor was still praised by the majority for its affordability, and that it did work without posing any side effects at all.
Readers’ Report score: 23/25
Focus Factor is indeed one of the more surprising turn of events that we’ve seen. Although we didn’t completely agree with its ingredients, and still believe that it could be made better in that respect, Focus Factor shows us that it can still perform well. This is probably a reason why it’s available on so many platforms from retailers to ecommerce.
Against our beliefs, Focus Factor performed well in our 2-month tests, and did so without posing any side effects.
Focus Factor still has some bad sides, though. Again, the ‘four tablets a day’ is incredibly inconvenient, and its formula could use some tightening up. However, for the price of $19.99 allowing for continued use for over a month, Focus Factor is a steal. It might not be the best available out there, but for those who are new to brain pills, or even those who are already experienced, but want a cleaner, less potent experience, try out Focus Factor