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Useless. Have been using for more than 6 weeks now and have noticed no difference whatsoever. I read on online articles that retinol does help with aging skin issues. May be this product is of inferior quality or doesn't have enough active ingredient. I'll look for something that's professional strength to see faster results. It's a small bottle. Might last you a month of regular usage (2 times a day).
If you're looking for a good complete multivitamin this is it. All of the vitamins and minerals you need if you train hard. Plus it has phytonutrients to round out your everyday nutrition. Great for active individuals that need to supplement their nutrition to make sure that they're getting all the necessary vitamins and minerals.
Works great. The seller provides a link to YouTube videos and paper instructions to install the remote starter. Everything went as advertised and as planned. The hardest/longest part was removing the trim panels to access the wiring harness. Overall a easy project.
This was for my mom. It's exactly like the one she wore out. She makes quilts as gifts. She uses the machine every day almost. The first one worked so well that she wanted an identical one to replace it. She's very pleased so I'm vicariously pleased.
Folks, DO NOT get sucked into the LifeCell revolving door of South Beach Skin Care, Inc. I was ready to pull the handle for this "revolutionary" product and enter my credit card info. I decided to do a little sleuthing around on the internet first. I found a website that had so many complaints about this company's billing practices that I was stunned. I decided to look further and checked with the BBB for good measure. It turns out that they have had 228 complaints against them in three years. Most of these complaints are not about the product being bad, it'a about their billiing practices. They offer a 30 day "free trial". They offer to send you a tube of LifeCell cream and if you don't like it, you pay nothing IF... you return the remainder of the product you didn't use within 30 days. What they actually do, is ship you the "trial" tube of product and ding your debit/credit card immediately, and make you jump through hoops in order to get a refund for your $189. The BBB has contacted South Beach Skin Care, Inc. and tried to get them to make changes in their business and billing practices, to no avail. The BBB has given them an "F" rating. To my mind, if a company has a superior product, they would be assured that the customers who try the "30 day trial" would be so enamored with their products that they wouldn't need to use shady business practices in order to make money. There are a number of highly rated skin care products out there, and my guess is that they cost less than $189 a tube. Unless you crave being scammed, find another one of those beauty products, people.