I often get asked, ‘Isn’t Isagenix really expensive?’. To someone taking a look at an Isagenix Presidents pak for the first time, the price tag of almost $600 certainly seen high at first glance. But what do you get included in the price tag? They say a picture tells a thousand words so we’ve found 4 of the best to help break it down! When I was deciding 18 months ago if I should continue using Isagenix after the first 30 days and whether it was good value for money, I did a simple exercise. I grabbed a pen and paper and started adding up what I consume in food, drinks, sports drinks, multivitamins that was non Isagenix. By the time I added a coffee and bagel that I had for breakfast I was already up to $16 – compared to President’s Pack cost of $19.78 a day. I didn’t continue counting past Breakfast as this was already showing that it was a no brainier for me, especially after maintenance period after the initial 30 days was half the cost of the President’s pack, meaning I was spending less than before on food and groceries! PS. Did I mention it comes with a FREE Bullet Blender (IsaBlender) and a 30 day money back guarantee?
Owner of Isacleanse Australia & NZ. Finally tried Isagenix in August 2013 after 18 months of being a skeptic and have not looked back since. After having great product results, I started learning the business side and retired from corporate world after 14 months, now helping others around the world do the same. Drop me a line for more info on how to get started with our team. Read more..