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Does The Product Curvier You Really Work
Possibly: Main ingredients are longifolia jack which does seem to enhance testosterone but active form is poorly absorbed orally. Other ingredient is tribulus, which increases testosterone in animals but not humans; also concern that tribulus may worsen prostate problems (bph & prostate cancer). Best to avoid this one. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I am thinking of buying this product as I want to get thicker eyebrows but I need to be sure if it works! has anyone used it?
Scientific Rx: Acne is a chronic disease that eventually remits as a person ages. I was able to stop taking rx when i was 50. In the meantime, topical benzoyl peroxide is your first treatment. If this fails, your personal physician can add topical clindamycin, topical tretinoin, a systemic antibiotic, or one of the big guns. Manage the disease until it remits -- you owe it to yourself. ...Read more
None of them: None of the over-the-counter acne treatments does much good. I start with topical Clindamycin with or without a retinoic acid-based compound. If I do not get a good result in two weeks, i add a systemic antibiotic appropriate to the person. Dermatologists are allowed to use the big guns. Nobody nowadays needs to have bad acne -- life's hard enough without it. Good luck. ...Read more
Hi, Is the Growth Factor Plus really works towards increasing height and is there any side effects with this product?
If you already have: stopped growing, Growth Hormone will NOT increase your height, but CAN cause serious side effects. Fortunately, it's unlikely that true Growth Hormone is in GH+ or other commercial supplements. If you haven't stopped growing, but have normal GH levels, you shouldn't be prescribed or administered GH even by a doctor. The major side effect of these supplements is that they are a waste money. ...Read more
Who knows?: There is no research supporting or refuting this product's effectiveness. There are testimonials on the web site, but but it's hard to know about their credibility. It is an expensive product. I suggest asking your own dermatologist about this, and seeing what s/he would recommend. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: The product Airborne does not "work to prevent germs". The promotional materials describe this product as a combinations of vitamins, minerals and the cichoric acid and alkylamides compounds found in high concentrations of Echinacea. Echinacea is a herbal plant from the daisy family. It has been used in traditional medicine and is described as a support to immune health. ...Read more
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