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Bowflex MAX Trainer Review
A new elliptical-based exercise machine that claims to provide you with all the benefits of a much longer interval workout, but in just 14 minutes per day.
HD Vision Computer Eyes
HD Vision Computer Eyes is an “As Seen on TV” pair of glasses claimed to protect your eyes from the damaging rays emitted by computers, laptops, TVs, and more.
Menosure is a dietary supplement claimed to use all-natural ingredients to relieve the symptoms on menopause, including hot flashes, irritability, and more.
PressTastic is a portable handheld steamer that’s claimed to not only de-wrinkle your clothes, but to also provide the perfect crease, right on the hanger.
Evogen Carnigen Review
Evogen Carnigen is a workout supplement claimed to provide 4 different kinds of carnitine to help you burn more fat and recovery more quickly after workouts.
VivaBiotics claims to be a once-daily probiotic containing 4 billion CFUs of beneficial bacteria to help balance digestion, boost immune response, and more.
Is NoNo Pro Worth the Investment?
The no!no! is a handheld personal hair removal device that promises to zap away unwanted follicles, from peach fuzz to dense growth, on every skin type and tone.
BeActive Brace Reviews
BeActive brace promises to alleviate sciatica pain in the lower back by putting pressure on a point just below your knee, but does it really help?
Sweep Easy Review
Sweep Easy claims to be a 3-in-1 super sweeper that features an extendable handle with a scraper on one end to remove everyday messes from any floor type.
Lifeforce T-Boost Reviews
LifeForce T-Boost is a nutritional supplement that claims to naturally boost free testosterone, while improving strength, lean muscle mass, libido, and more.
Beverly Hills MD Dark Spot Corrector Review
A skincare treatment claimed to reduce the appearance of age-revealing dark spots and other types of skin discoloration.
Cognivance is a daily nootropic claimed to feature ingredients that can improve your memory and recall, and can help fight against diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Neuro3x is a natural nootropic dietary supplement that claims to help increase neurotransmitter production, boost focus and recall, and improve brain health.
Side Right Pillow
The Side Right Pillow is an “As Seen on TV” pillow that claims to be designed to naturally bring your spine into alignment and to help you sleep better.
Neuracel is an all-natural nutritional supplement that claims to help relieve the symptoms associated with nerve conditions, including pain and soreness.
Beardbrand is an online retailer whose products cater to “urban beardsmen,” and include quality scented oils, waxes, and beard-related grooming accessories.
LeapTV is a new video gaming system from LeapFrog that focuses on educating children ages 3-8, while getting them moving and having fun in the process.
Meaningful Beauty Reviews
Want Cindy Crawford’s Melons? Explore just how meaningful the top model’s beauty product line is, and whether or not it lives up to its anti-aging promise.
Power Pressure Cooker XL Review
A digital pressure cooker that claims to help you slow-cook meals your family will love up to 70% faster than other methods.
Evo Brain Pill Reviews
Evo Brain Pills is a new brain health supplement that claims to use potentiated bee pollen along with numerous other ingredients to boost your brain power.
Featured Review: Is Clear TV a Scam?
Can Clear TV replace your current cable subscription? Does it really work as well as advertised? Do you even need it in the first place?
Mike Hunt: This Amish Secret is about as useful as an ashtray on a motorbike. I'd probably would've had better results if I go to the bathroom all over my wood floors and spread it around with a...
lflechner: The clear TV antenna that two of my friends have works just as good as my Mohu leaf antenna. They both bring in about 20 channels, depending on the weather. It's well worth the money but the Mohu...
Ashley : I've used both lines of proactive. The original I used for almost four years and then it quit working all the sudden. Come to find out they made a change to the original formula in preparation to...
Wm Fiske: I have suffered periodically from sciatica pain. The current round of pain has been going on for three days on top of having the flu. I was absolutely miserable. I saw some comments here that said...
Clayton Hockenbery: I just did Nick's 4 day training. My wife and I had done well flipping houses in the past, but this data and system simplified the whole process. I was amazed to get so much useable info in such...
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