Murad Resurgence is a new line of products specifically designed to cater to the skin needs of women battling with hormonal imbalances. Murad is known to be a doctor created brand in the skincare industry. The ‘Resurgence’ line promises to provide unique anti ageing skin care solutions. However, we find that information about the ingredients, their mode of action is rather limited. The company seems to be using their ‘brand name’ to capture customers for this new line of products. Murad fails to explain how the Resurgence line is different from its other products. Some customers have reported auto shipping of orders as an abuse. User reviews are very mixed. We advise you to trust products which provide complete information about the ingredients and have been clinically tested too! We recommend Kollagen Intensiv and Genf20 Plus to treat hormonal skin aging.
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An impressive variety in their product lineup but yet, the ingredients are nothing new or groundbreaking. There are other products in the market having same ingredients and that raises questions on the high price of Rodan and Fields products. Some users don't like the idea of going through a consultant to buy their products, many don't like the expansive cost and some people show skin reaction because of allergy to certain ingredients. Overall, user reviews are a mixed bag!
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Like most other diet pills, Zantrex-3 also hides the exact quantities of ingredients behind a proprietary blend. The consensus from user reviews seems to be that the Zantrex 3 misses out on some powerful weight loss ingredients. The company also had several consumer complaints and a bad history with FDA. Consumers didn't like the side effects linked to Zantrex 3 and that the supplement isn't as effective as claimed. Zantrex-3 misses out on Glucomannan, synephrine etc. We recommend Phen375 and Instant Knockout over this.
Optavia is a meal replacement diet plan with lots of variety and good health mentors. The program includes some good recipes. But not all users find the meals pleasant and it depends on the taste of the users. Also, there are certain side effects possible. Users also report poor customer service and find this program generally more expansive than other meal replacement plans on the market. We recommend IdealPlan over this.
SlimFast meal replacements don’t offer the nutritional benefits of whole foods — they can be ‘incomplete’, which in the long term can lead to vitamin or mineral deficiencies if unmonitored. And they don’t teach you how to create and follow a healthy diet or manage your eating habits once you stop using them. Overall, its effectiveness varies drastically depending on the user and what he or she wants from this. It can be a hit or miss. We recommend IdealShake and IdealPlan over this.
If it's a weight loss product, this would be one of the most ridiculous weight loss products out there. However, a closer look at the product reveals it is marketed as skin tightening/contouring product. There may be some temporary cosmetic changes at the skin surface, but these should not be confused with fat or weight loss. The wraps are generally safe, notwithstanding any underlying medical conditions which might be worsened by the wraps. Weight loss results are not clinically proven and if any, are only for the short term. The body wraps can cause a temporary loss of water from the area where you use it. However, it would not take long for the fluid to flow back to the area and restore the original position. The company is silent about this aspect. There is a no return policy unless the product is unused/unopened. Whether or not the product "works" depends on your own expectations. Online reviews are divided down the middle with slightly more negative reviews than positive ones.
The miracle peptide Argireline in this cream, is referred by some anti-aging experts as ‘nature’s Botox’ or facelift in the bottle. Once this is applied, Argireline freezes the facial muscles and make the lines and wrinkles smoother. However, user reviews reveal that the “Instantly Ageless” vials are quite small, like most other miracle Botox creams products sold out there and they get used up fast and after application don’t last much longer. This actually makes the product expansive. Overall, it’s more of a quick fix rather than a long term solution. Besides, there are also some user reviews that claim the product doesn’t work at all. We recommend LifeCell over this.