5 Best Body Firming Products -- and the 2 Worst
See which of these skin-care solutions smoothed dimples to perfection, and which didn't do diddly-squat
Why: The general consensus among reviewers is that this pricy product is a nice enough lotion, but doesn't do what it promises in the way of smoothing and tightening skin. "It's useless as a firmer," writes one reader, "the 'pheromones' you pay for don't do squat, the only thing good about this is the scent."
Most readers appreciate the product's "fruity, delicious," smell, but find that a nice scent alone is not worth the price. The bottom line? "I won't be buying this again."
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