Kyani Products Review

What is Kyani? – Kyani Products


Kyani is a company that has health products that have many benefits. They have 4 products, the Sunrise, the Sunset, the Nitro FX, and the Nitro Xtreme.Kyani Sunrise

Kyani Sunrise is supposed to be taken in the morning to provide maximum bio-availability (absorption). Kyani uses the Wild Alaskan Blueberry (The King of Fruits) and sixteen additional “superfoods” in the Sunrise, which include pomegranate, red raspberry, amla berry, panax gingseng and many others that can provide health benefits. The Wild Alaskan Blueberry has 5 times more antioxidants than ordinary cultivated blueberries. There is research that has confirmed blueberry consumption boosts serum antioxidant levels to prevent damage to cells, and may reduce the risk of many chronic diseases.

  • $35.95 – distributor price
  • $39.95 – preferred customer price (auto-ship required)
  • $43.95 – Retail price

Kyani Sunset comes with one bottle containing 90 soft gels. This product is a proprietary combination ofKyani Sunset “tocotrienols” (the most potent form of Vitamin E), Omega-3 derived from Wild Alaskan Salmon, Beta Carotene (a natural source of Vitamin A), and the essential Vitamin D. These elements offer nutritional support to the body’s vital systems including cell health, the cardiovascular system, and the immune system. It is comprised of lipid-soluble nutrients, and is intended for evening use to maximize absorption.

  • $35.95 – Distributor price
  • $39.95 – Preferred customer price (Auto-ship required)
  • $43.95 – Retail price

Kyani Nitro FX comes in a 56 ml bottle and contains potent nitrates, which the body uses to make Nitric Oxide (the most important signaling

molecule in the body). It can help with circulation, inflammation, learning, digestion, and oxygen release in your tissues from red blood cells. Since most people live fast paced lifestyles with poor diet and exercise, the need for supplementation to support Nitric Oxide production is more critical.Kyani Nitro

  • $59.95 – Distributor price
  • $62.95 – Preferred customer price (Auto-ship required)
  • $65.95 – Retail price

Kyani Nitro Xtreme comes in a 56 ml. bottle and is designed to maximize physical stamina, energy production, and mental clarity. Compared to Nitro FX, Nitro Xtreme contains even more nitrate for increased Nitric Oxide production in the body. In addition, Nitro Xtreme contains CoQ10, Magnesium, Zinc, Chromium, and Niacin.

  • 69.95 – Distributor price
  • $74.95 – Preferred customer price (Auto-ship required)
  • $79.95 – Retail price

Who is Kyani for?


Kyani itself is not a MLM company, but they are using a MLM company through Team Fusion (an app) to promote this product. The platform is no different than that of Herbalife. Kyani is for anyone looking to work from home, but MLM is not the only way to make money working from home!

The problem is, MOST people actually don’t find success. Just like any other MLM product, you are going to have to sell the idea (most of the time to your friends and family) of using these products, making money selling them, and getting others to sell them.

I don’t care what type of MLM product or products you promote, it’s up to you to make it in that business. People jump around trying to find the latest and greatest way to make a living from home, which is not a problem, but it’s taking action and really trying to make something about the business in order to be successful.

The truth is most of us come up short, and probably sign up maybe two people at most. You then focus less on your business and eventually quit.

MLM is just NOT FOR EVERYONE and it might not be for you. We all want to work from home, but recruiting people is most likely not your thing. I’m not anti-MLM, but I don’t like seeing people put in the hard work that comes with MLM, just to come up empty handed. Not everyone is unsuccessful though, it just takes a lot of time, energy, and patience.

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Kyani Science


The Kyani science is just like some of the new MLM business’s key formula to bringing people into the business.

Kyani is supposed to help with a lot of things, from helping fight cancer to helping with joint pain. Here are some of the things Kyani has supposedly helped with…

  • Body Pain
  • Arthritis
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Delivers more oxygen to tissues in your body
  • Fatigue/weakness

That is what I have heard from a few testimonials. My friend uses the products and swears by them! From what I see on this list, Kyani can make you a new person. Do you really think it can fix it all? It is up to you to try the products, but the business part will be discouraging.

 Kyani compensation

Kyani Training and Support


The only tool to help you market this product is the app “Team Fusion”. The app shows you where seminars are held that you and your friends can attend to learn more about the products and the business, but they are only in certain places (mostly cities).  The app also has success stories, different websites to view, news, the store, etc.

The only help and support you will have is from the person who signs you up. Some help you out a lot, but others don’t really help you at all. It just depends on the hand you are dealt.

There are also calls you can listen to help you market the products, and you can find out more about those through the person who signed you up or on the app.

You are also granted access to your own personal website where you can promote the products and see your stats. However, if you do not know how to run a website then it is useless. I can show you how to build a website, AND have all the help and support you will need.

How Much Does Kyani Cost?


In order to start making money with Kyani you have to invest in it, just like any other business. However, it costs $600 to initially sign up, and then you have to pay $156 every month to stay in the business. This is so you can continue to use the products and show it to others.

I don’t know about you, but I am not willing to give up $600 and pay $156 monthly on something I may not be successful at. But if you are, go right ahead.

When you become a member of Team Fusion, you have to create a “down line.” Which means you have to sign up at least 3 people below you in order to be able to afford your monthly payments. If you do not achieve this then you are SCREWED. After you find 3 people, you have to help those people each get 3 people under them, and so on. This is how MLM’s work, but it is not as easy as it sounds, BELIEVE ME! Below is their compensation plan…Kyani Compensation plan

Final Thought


I think that Kyani can work for you if you believe in the products and are a VERY hard worker, but I’m telling you, MOST PEOPLE WILL FAIL.

I like the products, and I believe they can help most people with health issues. But using the products is as far as I would go with this company! Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

This company is very similar to Herbalife or Advocare, which are very successful MLM companies that also promote healthy products. If you believe in the product and want to promote it, just know you will not be successful right away, it make take a year or 2 and it will require a TON of work. If anything I would just buy the product to see if it helps you, and then make the decision whether or not to promote it!

However it also reminds me of the Vemma MLM company, which was a scam. So BE CAREFUL, I would not make any investment unless you believe in the product wholeheartedly!

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If you have any questions or concerns about my Kyani review please leave a comment below!

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Karissa

This article has 2 Comments

  1. Hmm, that is pretty pricey just to be able to sell the products and there is not much of a margin on the products. I could do lots of math here, but I think you said it in that the only way to make it work is to create the line of people underneath you.

    Thanks to the info you provided here I now know that this is not for me. I am all game for a solid product, but I don’t want to spend my time recruiting people.

    Thanks for the heads up on this.

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