Which offer is right for me?
If you want to achieve lasting success, we recommend one of our discounted special packages. If you purchase a special package with 3 bottles, you save 14% compared to the regular price, and if you buy the special package with 6 bottles, you immediately save 26%.
Why is BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality a premium nutrition product?
The unique formula of BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality does not only contain 10 billion probiotic bacteria from 13 different bacterial strains, but also the very effective prebiotics inulin and oligofructose as well as pineapple extract and calcium. Calcium contributes to a normal functioning of digestive enzymes.
Moreover, BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality was developed in Germany and is also exclusively produced in Germany.
How often, when and how should I take BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality?
Please take 2 capsules per day, one in the morning and one in the evening, approximately 30 minutes before your meal. Make sure that you drink enough water (at least 200 ml) when you take a capsule.
How many capsules of BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality are in one bottle?
One bottle contains 60 capsules of SynBiotic Active Vitality.
Can BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality cause allergies?
BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality is not suitable for you if you suffer from cow’s milk allergy!
There are no further substances or products in BodyFokus Synbiotic Active Vitality that may cause allergies or food intolerances and that are listed in Appendix II of the Regulation on the provision of food information to consumers (VO (EU) Nr. 1169/2011).
Since many more specific allergenic substances and foods are not included in the Regulation on the provision of food information to consumers, we recommend that you consult your doctor before taking the product if you already suffer from a food allergy or intolerance or are not sure whether you do.
When and how is BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality sent to me?
Your parcel will be delivered to you over the next few days. Within the UK, a delivery on average takes 3 working days, whereas sending a delivery to Ireland on average takes 4 working days. To other European countries, we send our deliveries within 5 working days.
Can I track my delivery?
Yes, you can. Our logistics partners automatically send you a tracking number by email as soon as your delivery is on its way to you. This enables you to track online or with a smartphone app where your delivery is at all times. Just follow the instructions in the email.
Will I have to pay any additional costs?
No, the above-mentioned special offers are not linked to a subscription. You pay for your individual order, and no further charges apply.
Are orders I place with BodyFokus secure?
Your order is totally secure, and we use the most advanced SSL encryption, just like Amazon.
For how long will the discounted packages be available?
We can only guarantee the prices for the discounted packages today. Our prices depend on the availability of the premium ingredients we use for SynBiotic Active Vitality. We recommend that you place your order today to benefit from the lowest price.
What happens if BodyFokus SynBiotic Active Vitality does not meet my expectations?
You can claim under our 1 year Money Back Guarantee and return unopened bottles to us up to one year after the date of your purchase. We will then refund the full price per bottle.
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