ED Magedson – Founder
Equinox Skin Care System and RVTL Chad Miller, owner If a product is going to deliver results you need more than 14 days, that's where they get you GOOD! Internet
I, unfortunately fell for this product because it seemed Dr. Oz was endorsing it. I always found that Dr. Oz for the most part gave great advise on products and other health issues. I was one that did not read the agreement to full extent and I went by the usual 30 day trial period and assumed it would be the same in this case. I was wrong.
14 days for trial period is not enough to know if the product is working. I used the product like instructed and I guess I expected for it to work like the ad said. It didn't. I feel really bad I lost $192 when I could have spent $5 on a product with less promises, but delivers better results. I feel worse for those who can't afford the products, but buy/try them hoping they work and expect to get their money's worth or at least notice if it makes a little difference.
I know that some procedures are costly, but think of the results. [continued below]....
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