Summary: Focus Factor is an expensive multi-vitamin that does not boost cognitive performance.
Focus Factor Percentage Score: 71%
Focus Factor is one of the most popular cognitive enhancers on the market. It is on TV, it is online, and it is on store shelves. Does availability equal potency? We wanted to investigate whether or not Focus Factor had any supporting evidence to prop up its claims of being able to lift brain fog in those who use it.
We tried to get in touch with the makers of Focus Factor, a company that calls itself Factor Nutrition Labs. However, no reply was given to our requests, so we decided to dig deeper and find out what was inside the bottle of Focus Factor. After reading the label we saw that Focus Factor included common vitamins, including Vitamins B, E, D, and C. These are all found in your typical multi-vitamin you can buy for a few bucks.
The price for a one month supply of multi-vitamin is just around $1.50. Compare this with the price of a one month supply of Focus Factor, which costs around $20. There must be some really good ingredients that make up the rest of Focus Factor, right? Wrong. The other ingredients in Focus Factor either do nothing to boost focus and memory, or they are present in such small quantities that you would have to take the entire bottle at once to get some sort of benefit. Bacopa is a proven memory booster, but the amount of bacopa in Focus Factor is far too small. In addition, there have ben no tests on the exact combination of ingredients found in Focus Factor, so there is no way to know if it works or not. Even at the recommended dosage, which is 4 capsules per day, Focus Factor fails to impress. Focus Factor is certainly not even close to being prescription strength.
Focus Factor comes with a 90 day money back guarantee, and the ingredients have the potential to increase memory. Focus Factor has not been recommended by any doctors or natural supplement experts. Save your money and buy a multi-vitamin.