Last modified: May 9, 2020



Note: This Blog does an excellent job going over this topic, and disproving the Princeton study claim. The blog post is outlined below.


The Claim:

“Monat was studied & clinically proven by Princeton University (for 3 years)!” 


Cassie (blog author) writes:


First, I emailed the Associate Dean of Research at Princeton University to ask her. She asked me to send her where it was being claimed that Princeton University did this study. I sent her various websites as well as a Facebook search (Go onto Facebook and in the search box, type: Monat Princeton University – you’ll get hundreds of results of people making this claim).

And then, she emailed me back:

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So, no  – Princeton University did NOT do these studies (nor did their affiliates, nor does she know how this rumor started). 

Then who did?

In my research, I heard of two possible candidates that may have done this testing:

1.) Princeton Consumer Research
2.) Tri-Princeton

Don’t be fooled, just because the name Princeton appears in their company name, neither company is affiliated with Princeton University.


I emailed both companies, asking if they could tell me if they did these clinical studies on Monat:

Princeton Consumer Research responded first: 

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Nope – it wasn’t them.


That left Tri-Princeton, I asked them the exact same question and I received this response:


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My best guess is that Tri-Princeton did the research on this product and we’ll never be able to actually see the results of the study.



So there you have it, folks!



 The claim:“Monat was studied/clinically proven by Princeton University (for 3 years)!”FALSE! 


UpdateAs I was doing this research, I also emailed Monat’s Corporate office. I did hear back from them – and here’s their response:

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