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  • K. Roamer - Awesome!

    First off, my hair is HORRIBLE!! I have been looking for a product that would do some good for my hair for so many years that I couldn't even begin to tell you the amount of money I have spent on hair products and shampoos. I just tried it today and my hair actually felt soft! I have fine, colored, graying hair that is wavy and straight...a mess. Although I still had to use my straightener on my hair, the texture of my hair was improved tremendously. The only thing I must say is that my hair did not look like what you see happening on the infomercial (thus the need for the straightener). I still loved what it did and am going to try the hydrating mask to see what results I get. All in gets an excellent from me.

  • Mikey - The ULTIMATE Abdominal Punishment!

    All I can say is...WOW. I have tried doing ab exercises in the past, but never felt that I engaged them enough to have a positive effect (maybe my beer belly had something to do with it!) I've had my Flex Belt for a few days now, and it's INTENSE! I actually look forward to my sessions, I'm encouraged and excited to work out now, and it has helped me with portion control during meals, as my abs are much tighter and sometimes sore. Here's the regime that I follow. I start off with Crunch 1 and Crunch 2 (that's 90 crunches) at intensity level 150/150 - yes, it is very intense at that level, but I love it. I do the Crunch workouts first, because my abs are too fatigued to try to do them at the end. Next, I do Ab-Power (Session 7) at level 150/150 on my back. This is the strongest session, and I try to pull my abs toward my spine during each contraction...the ultimate abdominal punishment! This really tires out my abs, but I'm not done yet! I do another Ab-Power session, again trying to suck in my belly, but it's really tough during this session because my abs are really fatigued at this point. If I try to slack off because I feel that I can't take anymore, WHAM! Here comes another GUT CRUSHING contraction! There is no escape!

  • Koby - Just Finished

    We just finished the transformation yesterday and our initial thought is WOW! It looks so much better than before and we really like the end product. It was definitely a lot of work, nothing more than what has been described, but not something that you can do in an hour. The sanding takes quite a while and is the most tiring part of it.

  • chuck - Works but needs rolled the opposite way they have it rolled.

    Works great, but should be rolled up the opposite way they have it rolled. Easier to put up when rolled with shiny side on the inside.

  • Iyauna Shaniece - Product reeview

    I love this product, I purchased it for anti fungal protection, due to the fact that I use it when ever I go and get pedicures done, because, some of these nail shops don't cleanse after clients and it helps prevent infection, so it is real good for protection.

  • LHLohio - Very good, wanted a bit more

    This book is great at giving you the in and outs for the GRE. The tips and tricks are fantastic. But when it came time to take practice tests, I wanted more. I feel like these books need to have more than the standard end of chapter quizzes and basic practice tests. If I am paying the money, I want to see lots of test questions and practice to get my speed up. But overall, a good help and prep for test day. I recommend also buying a GRE timer (around $10-20) where you can time yourself per question and overall. It really helped me get my speed up.