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This magazine has products and clothing that the average person couldn't afford. Other than than it was just ads. I cancelled after my trial.
These knee sleeves really work. I have been doing running on a treadmill for over 6 months and have found that as I up the intensity and especially the elevation, my knees start to hurt from the impact and inflammation. While this doesn't immediately cure various knee problems like jumpers knee or inflammation, I find that with proper warming up, the pain is significantly mitigated. I have only used this for a two days, and have already felt a significant reduction in pain.
This is the biggest scam out there. The product is expensive and has little to no data to support the claims. It is a pyramid sceem and relies on bringing in new partners to make any money.
I am so sorry I ever bought this product because I just spent the past 4 hours trying to get it off of my white ceramic tile kitchen floor. I applied the product yesterday after washing and steaming the floor clean. It looked nice and shiny and wasn't slippery at all. I was pleased. But when my company came and began to walk on the floor, it started to get dirty and blotchy. I tried to wash it after they left, but it was impossible to get the dirt up. So I got my steamer out, but that made it worse! I had clumps of waxy build up collecting in some areas and spots where it wouldn't come off at all in others. It looked like someone had spread a super fine layer of candle wax all over the floor! It was horrible. So today I soaked the floor with ammonia-based products and rinsed. No change. Then I tried vinegar. No change. Then I tried bleach. By that time, I had washed and rinsed the floor about 4 times. I finally got the product to come up with a combo of washing and then immediately steaming a small section at a time, followed by scrubbing the floor with magic eraser. It is much better now but the waxy film is still left in some spots and it's all caked in the grout like a white candle wax.
It installed in Portuguese & I can NOT get a hold of anyone at Microsoft. Obviously I don't speak Portuguese.