Lemonkind 1 day cleanse

Lemonkind Vs. Pressed Juicery, Which Cleanse Wins!

I think most of us have felt intrigued by the thought of a detox at some point, but not without wondering how hard it would be, whether or not it would actually work, and if it would even be worth it.

Juicing seems to be in demand now more than ever, mostly due to influencers all over social media but also, because they pack a punch of Vitamins and immune-boosting antioxidants, which is top of mind for everyone right now.

I did some research, and based on reviews, the most popular juice cleanses seem to be Lemonkind and Pressed Juicery. With so many on the market, we thought we could compare these top runners to figure out which one was really the best.


Consists of 24 juices, meaning you get 8 juices a day so you end up drinking one every 2 hours. They also have a 1 day core cleanse and hybrid cleanses for beginners, where you have 6 juices and 2 chewable snacks per day!

When it comes to taste, Lemonkind is definitely up there with the tastiest. The three day cleanse from Lemonkind is $139.99 for 24 juices, which works out to about just $5 per juice.

Regarding value, Lemonkind has all the fruit and vegetables and nutrients we need, plus they infuse their drinks with health boosters and organic superfood botanicals. For example, their last juice of the day has blueberries and apples, but it also contains organic whole grain brown rice protein, saigon cinnamon and milled chia seeds. The other juices have other boosters like organic turmeric, chlorella, acerola and green tea.

Pressed Juicery

Pressed Juicery's cleanse only includes 6 juices per day, but it is flexible and allows you to choose how many days you want to do, also offering full-day and half-day cleanses.

A three day cleanse from Pressed Juicery costs $103.50 for 18 juices, making it also $5 per juice.

With regards to taste, Pressed Juicery consisted of a lot of greens and nutty juices, some tasty some a bit bland. However, when it comes to value, Pressed Juicery doesn't seem to add any extra health boosters, it's ingredients are solely the fruits, vegetables and nut milks.

Overall verdict

Out of both of the cleanses mentioned above, our personal favorite was Lemonkind. It's tasty, plus you get 8 juices a day. To be completely honest, we struggled more with Pressed Juicery because we were drinking the juices less frequently, which meant we were hungrier and had more cravings.

Pressed Juicery has more options in terms of how long you want to do it for, but we found that Lemonkind's three day cleanse was the perfect amount of time, any longer would become difficult, and any less wouldn't get the desired results. Additionally, the chewables you can get with Lemonkind is a great option.

We felt detoxed after both cleanses, but Lemonkind left us more nourished and gave us motivation to keep up the healthiness even afterward. Plus, like we mentioned before, all in all, Lemonkind's cleanse is such good value for everything you get.

We'd recommend Lemonkind to anyone who wants to detox and try a juice cleanse out, it's by far the best one out there!

Update: Special Offer! Lemonkind is offering 10% off the entire site! Follow this link and use the code POPDUST10 to get 10% off AND free shipping on you next Lemonkind order!

Latest Articles from Topdust