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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.
Ebola 911 Book Reviews
Ebola 911 is an “As Seen on TV” book that claims to provide you with everything you need to know in order to keep you and your loved ones out of harm’s way.
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?
One Stop Shine Auto Reviews
One Stop Shine Auto is a spray-on auto cleaning solution that claims to clean and protect any part of your vehicle with just one wipe, from roof to rims.
NutriBullet Rx Reviews
The NutriBullet Rx claims to feature Smart Technology that provides hands-free blending and SouperBlast mode, which can make hot beverages in just 7 minutes.
truBrain’s Think Drinks” and pill-based nootropic supplements are claimed to improve cognition and productivity more effectively than caffeine or energy drinks.
Pro JYM Reviews
Created by JYM Supplement Science, Pro JYM claims to be a high-quality, powdered protein supplement that can help you increase muscle mass and workout harder.
The NuvaRing (etonogestrel/ethinyl estradiol) vaginal contraceptive ring claims to be 98% effective, while being more convenient than birth control pills.
WaterLiberty is claimed to be water purification drops that use black mica extract to remove a wide variety of contaminants and toxins from your water.
Shred JYM Reviews
Shred JYM is a weight loss nutritional supplement that claims to feature six effective ingredients in their correct dosages to help you achieve your goals.
Brainly is an online collaborative learning community that claims to “crowd source” knowledge and to help students find answers to their homework problems.
Ayur is an Ayurvedic-based anti-aging cream that is claimed to moisturize your skin, provide a radiant glow, protect your skin from weather damage, and more.
GelTastic Socks Review
GelTastic Socks are an “As Seen on TV” pair of socks that feature a cooling and cushioning gel on the soles to provide you with reduced pressure and pain.
Foot Angel Reviews
Foot Angel is a new “As Seen on TV” foot sleeve that claims to provide seven compression zones in order to help relieve your chronic foot pain and swelling.
Boss Blender by Breville Reviews
The Boss Blender by Breville is claimed to be a high-velocity super blender that provides superior blending power while transferring less heat to your food.
Braingility is a mnemonic-based learning system that claims to help you boost your memory and provide you with instant recall in as little as 10 days.
Spartagen XT Review
Spartagen XT is an herbal-based nutritional supplement that claims to increase free testosterone levels within your body, while also boosting libido and more.
Saba Trim Pro Reviews
Saba Trim Pro is a weight loss supplement that claims to use Advantra Z, Bioperine, and other botanicals to help provide “advanced weight management.”
Robo VacMop Review
The Robo VacMop by Moneual Inc. claims to methodically sweep and mop hard surfaces and carpeting until they’re spotless, providing you with an effortless clean.
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?
Kate: I never take the time to write customer reviews but I want people to know how awful this product is. After I wore the extensions twice they became so knotty and disgusting I couldn't wear them...
Daisy: This product is flimsy and not worth the money. The spices kept falling off the too narrow shelves. The only thing it did was give me a chance to clean out my spice cupboard. Thank goodness I bought...
Lene: My family has been so excited to choose and taste the snacks. We paid for three months and after 6 weeks we have just received one box. When I complained they said they would send it, but instead...
Marilyn McNeill: The accessory kit was advertised on TV cost seventeen dollars. It consisted of a little one plastic cup, a small spoon, and a steamer tray. It was not worth the seventeen dollars. The cookbook and...
Barb D: Do not order from them! You'll wait for months and then they'll tell you that your item was canceled!
In Part III of our work at home series, we’ll explore the basics of work at home scams, as well as how you can identify them and avoid falling victim.
There’s no doubt that Ebola is a scary topic. But did you know that unscrupulous companies will use this fear to scam you out of your hard-earned money?
When I tell people that the secret to not stressing out over Christmas finances is budgeting, they immediately get a little scared, defensive, just plain weird, or a combination of all three.
Most of us can’t wait to get our hands on the new iPhone 6. But before you make your decision, keep in mind it will cost you much more than the advertised $199.
Most weight loss advertisements have been finely tuned based on decades of trial and error to convince you to buy their products. They know what you want to hear, and how you want to hear it.