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    Now I've seen some slimey companies try to sell some cheap low-grade fish oil before but this product is just a straight old scam... plain and simple. If you go to the website of this product,, they make it look all official and even include testimonials and a video from a doctor, BUT nowhere on the entire website does it show exactly how much omega 3 DHA & EPA are in the product. Omega 3 DHA & EPA are the two fatty acids in fish oil that has made fish oil such a big deal and has numerous benefits to your health. There are also other Omega fatty acids such as omega 6 & 9 but we get enough of those in our "western diet." Infact too much omega 6 has been linked to serious health problems because it CAUSES inflammation instead of preventing it like omega EPA does. That is why so many people on a "western diet" have serious inflammation related diseases in later years because most of our foods are just soaking in omega 6.

  • Marcelle - is much different than Retin-A ( often found in pharmaceuticals ) for the use of acne creams and fine lines and wrinkles

    Retinol, is much different than Retin-A ( often found in pharmaceuticals ) for the use of acne creams and fine lines and wrinkles. Retinol, which can be safely used in concentrations up to 2.5%, Retinol is found in many products that don't require a prescription. Retinols are much weaker than prescription retinoids. Unless vitamin A is listed as one of the top five ingredients and the product is packaged in an airtight opaque bottle, what you're getting might not be all that effective. ( Note that this product has special packaging which has an airtight pumping lid and opaque top) Neither retinoids nor retinols should be used by breastfeeding or pregnant women.

  • Edward Parrott - Sound the Sirens!

    As millions of fans now know what Philly already knew, Halestorm is a band that puts out awesome records but HAS TO BE SEEN LIVE! It is a bare bones plug and play effort. Arejay Hale is a madman behind the kit. Very talented and fun to watch. Lzzy is the penultimate front woman who happens to sling a mean guitar at the same time. How can you not Love a chic like that? She has the Rock n Roll attitude, the looks but is still genuine and real. Josh Smith drops the backbeat with a style all his own and Joe Hottinger lays the licks thick and bold with just enough grace to make every one stay captive in the Storm. Most impirtant is the fact that the band totally has fun up there and it's contagious. It's no frills, straight up Rock n Roll. Most of the fantastic debut disc "Halestorm" is on display "Live in Philly" \m/

  • RAMPAGE - Unpleasant and long lasting aftertaste

    I used this product for a couple of weeks hoping to get rid of my halitosis and it does help, but I have not noticed any significant increase in the amount of time that it keeps my breath fresh compared to other mouthwashes. Regardless, it left a very bad aftertaste (bitter and metallic in quality) that frequently did not go away until the next time I brushed my teeth. Initially, I thought it would go away after I got used to it, but it got worse over time (lasted longer and became more bitter). The recommendation on the packaging is to use it twice for 30 seconds each time you use it, but after awhile I decided to just use it once each time to see if this would decrease the aftertaste, but it did not help. Due to the aftertaste, I will not use this product again nor would I recommend it to someone (unless that someone doesn't have taste buds anymore).

  • Abhishek - there is that challenging and fun aspect to it to where you just feel motivated ...

    I will become a rock god and this will help me. It already has. A couple of weeks in, and I've made more progress that I would have thought possible. I've picked up and put down the guitar so many times in the past, to the point when I finally decided to go ahead and buy Rocksmith that I basically had to start over at square one. It is far more full featured than I had thought it would be, with lessons and mini-games, and the ability to adapt and tailor your learning to your comfort level. Furthermore, there is that challenging and fun aspect to it to where you just feel motivated to keep trying and keep going until you get it right. Next thing you know, you have ended up playing/practicing for a couple of hours. Practicing and learning the guitar was never this much fun before. I only regret that I didn't pick this up sooner.