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doTERRA Slim and Sassy Essential Oil Blend 15 ml
doTERRA Slim and Sassy Essential Oil Blend 15 ml
Offered by BabyEarth
Price: $26.95
39 used & new from $18.93

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Effective, but here's why it seems..., May 23, 2015
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So far what this oil does is make me use the bathroom - within hours of taking it. I think that's the "metabolic" effect in case anyone is wondering. I think there is also a placebo effect of taking charge of your food intake allows you to feel in charge and therefore exercise, eat right and in moderation. I think this oil is effective but it is not a magic potion. It is effective because these are the effects.

Tower on the Go with Slastix
Tower on the Go with Slastix
Offered by Balanced Body Inc.
Price: $125.00

1.0 out of 5 stars Not the same as springs. Lack support. Unwieldy over doors., April 18, 2015
If you're looking to do hip work, or really even break a sweat, don't bother with this. There's zero resistance with these bands and therefore you have no ability to let the bands support your movement. This is an injury waiting to happen. Also, it is quite difficult to get the contraption over a door and get it right enough to use it.

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165 of 194 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Cleansing Conditioner is not a new concept - sorry WEN, May 22, 2010
Marketing is everything! Your cozy couch, a woman who could have used a better hair cut has frizzy hair in front of you and voila! using WEN she has voluminous, smooth, come hither hair - of course, this came with a camera crew, a stylist, a make up artist and well, the creator vetting every take.

Flash forward to your shower, or bathroom sink where you wash your own hair. You follow the rules, pump the pump however many times depending on how literally you follow directions, and then voila! Your hair is transformed in to a magical and seductive fortress where all who never desired you before, now hover at your feet and whistle when you walk by, or just say "hey, your hair looks awesome, can you watch my kid for a few hours?." And you put your WEN bottle on a pedestal for people to stare at in awe. Or, at least that is how the infomercial makes it all sound.

Not so much really.

A few things: 1) hair relies on pH balance to well, balance itself out and that includes oily hair. If you were trapped in the jungle for a year, eventually your hair would adjust to what it needs to be and guess what, you would look great! 2) Hair does not need to be shampooed, really ever, unless you roll around in mud - if you really like bubbles, try just using Johnson's baby shampoo from time to time, they sell it for 99 cents in trial sizes. 3) It is ALWAYS about the conditioner. If you use Suave shampoo and buy Aveda or Keratase Conditioner, guess what, your hair is going to look good because the last thing you did to it was tame the beast through conditioner. Hence, cleansing conditioners.

If you want to save at least $204 per year on a 12 months supply of WEN (rudimentary math using only the $28 price tag of $28 x 12 months = $336) buy the other version that Amazon sells called Hair One, or even Nature's Gate Cleansing Conditioner - both perform the same function as WEN, but don't have an infomercial to pay air time to promote and sell it (and subsequently pay those standing by - although I am all for employing people), so you can save about $200 per year buying an alternate brand (Hair One is $11 x 12 = $132 per year).

The American Way.
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