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  • Amazon Customer - Great product

    Got on time and delivered in good condition the package was covered well and sealed ! All three came in the pack and I used one and it was amazing hah my face was smooth after and a little red and itchy .but I guess because I never did this before so it's soemthing née to my face. Follow directions and watch youtube videos for a better understanding

  • Super_Dork_42 - Best one ever. Just buy it already. EDIT NOPE, do not buy. Less than a month later update.

    Original review after, leaving it on here as an initial reaction. NEW REVIEW - Horrible protector. Fit well, easy to install, but the package says "exceptionally strong - Surface hardness of 9H (only a diamond is harder) that can withstand hits and dings. Tempered for shock and break resistance." This is clearly marketing bullcrap. First of all within days of applying it I started to notice microscratches. The thing is seeing that so soon wouldn't have been a problem if I hadn't had it in its case the entire time, which had a cover over the screen. I know I had it in my pocket but I wasn't carrying diamonds in there with it. According to the clearly false package, it shouldn't have scratched. Over the next few weeks it's gotten really bad. They are no longer microscratches. And the screen itself without a protector stood up to a lot more abuse with only a few microscratches over the months I've had it without the case and screen protector. Heck, my brother had one in the same case and it fell off a car roof moving at 55 mph and the screen didn't break. But this thing lasted less than a month before cracking, which it did this morning. This is the second screen protector of this type to fail within the first month. The other one was for my LG V10. DO NOT BUY THIS. It looks nice, is nice and thin and won't get in the way of your usage, but unless you have money to waste, get a different one because the so called protection only lasts a month at best. In fact, this lasted only 39 days from time of order to failure, not even the time of installation. The phone one failed three days earlier and I bought it a week after this one. I contacted them and got my money back fast and easy (except the shipping cost - apparently I have to contact amazon directly for that) but I shouldn't have wasted my time with this in the first place.

  • Customer - Good ingredients, but way too big.

    These are a very good thought for a fast growing teen boy. But these are BIG pills. Big, nasty, and green. I have to break them into 4ths for my 13 yr old son to get them down. But then the vitamin taste and smell are more potent. So basically they are just sitting in the cabinet. I guess I will end up taking them.

  • Joseph T Fleming - Avoid FTM 2012

    With FTM 2012, the designers have created a very attractive BUT ... needlessly confusing and complex genealogy program. BE FOREWARNED: If you have hopes of sharing your work online - other than through the FTM proprietary web site - the program does not allow you to export your work to HTML, for example, to Rootsweb, your own ISP-provided web pages, etc. A major, major deficiency. Really an insult, to keep you tethered to their site.

  • REH62 - One star because I cannot give it ZERO

    I cannot believe anybody in their right mind is still buying this book. Collins' analysis was flawed from the outset when it was published in 2001 and 11 years later it has proven to be a failure. Four of his so called "GREAT" companies are Fannie Mae (mortgage scandal), Circuit City (declared bankruptcy), Wells Fargo ($25B bailout) and Gillette (bought by Proctor & Gamble). See a pattern? Great, huh?