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Oncology Medicine and Anti Cancer Injection Manufacturer by Nexus Lifecare Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai - Nexus Lifecare Pvt. Ltd. - Oncology Medicine, Anti Cancer Injection & Nephrology Medicine Manufacturer from Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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  • Vikki - It really works

    It does just what it says it will do. Aside from a white film being left after it drys this is a good product. If it dryed clear it would be perfect.

  • Navi - Amazing stuff !!

    I've been using this for two weeks and omg it made such a difference!!!!! I'm gonna keep using it . Amount of acne on my back went down a lot . Finally found a product that's working for me !!!! I feel a lot confident than I ever did before wearing tank tops :,)

  • EM from SC - Very functional

    Put this on a Polaris Ranger EV. As it had a floating ground the wiring and directions left a little bit to be desired, so I never did get the blue lights in the switch to work but otherwise functionality was OK.

  • Mom22 - Unsure so far

    I just bought my first can of Almased. I have hypothyroidism and I'm a nurse who needs to lose some extra weight that's been really hard to get off. The taste takes a little bit of time to get used to, but I use skim milk, vanilla extract and cinnamon in it and after the second day I wasn't choking it down or anything. I lost a couple of pounds the first day, but probably would have lost that much with any "liquid" diet. I was hungriest right before bed. One thing to remember if you are going to try this is that at approx. $28/can, if you are starting with the fast, the can only has 10 servings in it (about 3 days worth of fasting because it takes 8 tablespoons to 10 ounces of liquid). Not a lot of servings for the price, so we'll see if it really does anything for me or not. Still deciding if I'm going to buy another can to try using for breakfast and lunch with a healthy dinner for another week or not. The instructions actually tell you that you can do the starting phase (all meals of Almased) for up to 14 days and then recommends doing the reduction phase (breakfast and lunch of Almased) for another 6 weeks and then the stability/life phases (one meal per day of Almased) for "several" weeks after that. Each can only gives you 3 days worth of servings from it. Even if you only do 3 days of the starting phase and then do the 6 weeks of the reduction phase, you would need 15 cans of Almased at about $28/can, so plan to spend around $420 to "sort of" follow their recommendations. I might try 3 cans worth, and if I'm not seeing amazing results, I'm not sure I'll do the full six+ weeks of this at that price. I'd love to hear other people's experience with this though AND how long they've used it for.