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It wasn't what i expected, and it's very sticky. makes my hair feel dirty so i would not rec9ommend it at all
I don't believe this product is all natural like it advertises. I can feel the difference on my sensitive skin. I would NOT buy this again.
Mine looks less than half full. It looks like someone dipped their fingers in it and took out a huge chunk. It wasn't full it's ridiculous I can't believe what a rip off
I have used Quickbooks for 15 years. The new version is great. The enhanced payroll bundle is an amazing value compared to what just a normal 1 year subscription is for payroll.
Horrible design! I was an avid First Response customer. I have been a member of TTC forums for years. Always always always, when a member would post a faint positive with any other brand, we would say "confirm with FRER on FMU". FRER was trusted, quality product. We preferred FRER over digitals, hands down! Before switching to the new design I started noticing FRER producing nasty indent lines. Indent lines so dark they rivaled faint positives. Then they switched the design. Hopeful, I ordered a box; big mistake. The first test was so awful urine seemed to soak the test strip under the window, despite the fact that I do a careful dip (this ain't my first rodeo...). The next one formed a urine puddle on the test strip that looked like a faint positive. The third turned yellow very rapidly, even though my urine was not darker than any other time (I'm a pretty hydrated person). Today I made the mistake of picking up FRER in the store again. I KNEW I should have gone with clear blue, KNEW it. But for some reason I thought I could trust FRER still. Nope. Urine puddle, right under the test screen. This test is worthless. I'll be switching to clear blue for good. I suggest FRER use its last $8 from me to fund the circa 2012 tests to be back on the market...