Original web offer details & such: 1 - 30 ml sample bottle. $0.00 + %5.99 S&H. If not cancelled within 15 days. $83.80 + S&H. Monthly Continuity until cancelled. Guarantee: CA. 7%. Notes: Promo Code: "FRIEND." for $2.00 of trial.
I wish I had a catch all for these aging lines I struggle with daily. I want people to continue to think I'm in my twenties and it feels like the old remedies aren't working anymore.
I'm glad this offer came to my desk. I want to see if Argan Liquid Gold could be something new for me and that it is, in fact, Moroccan Gold.
Argan Liquid Gold is based on the Moroccan Oil and is composed of antioxidants, sterols, ferulic acid, carotenoids, essential fatty acids, vitamin E & more...it helps skin, nail, hair & overall appearance. It even claims to be dermatologist recommended and helps with conditions including psooriasis, stretch marks, acne & wrinkles.
According to arganliquidgold.com, Argan Liquid Gold claims the following features and benefits:
- Dermatologist Recommended
- Hydrates & Absorbs into skin without leaving greasy residue
- Helps heal irritant & inflammatory leisons - acne...
- Helps repair & regenerate cells damaged from free radicals...
- Strengthen the nails and makes them more flexible
Order Process: We didn't find much an issue with the order process to this point. A little surprised. Usually someone doesn't see the continuity offer coming when they blindly take the free trial offer. Just remember that after the fifteen days you'll get another one sent in another fifteen days then ever calendar month from then on. To cancel, just call the number on the website and you'll be all set.
Product Performance: Wow, this one was a fun one. There's an unconscionable amount of marketing fluff and video reviews for Argan Liquid Gold. We confess we didn't see them all. We thought we'd actually try to be productive with our days as well. But to recap some of the highs and lows, please read below:
Makeup Alley - This forum thread had several ups and downs with the products. Some people swore up and down about how it works. Others just swore about it. The major complaint was that it increased acne issues and accentuated their redness. Either way, many many people had stuff to say. It's worth the read.
Scam Book - Scam Book had no complaints. The site tends to be an aggregator but so far so good.
Natural Health Source - The article reads like a doctoral thesis. It also reads as if some of it is rewritten Wikipedia. That being said, it's a thorough read and worth the time.
NY Times travel - The Times covers the well-traveled from which Argan Oil comes from and discusses its benefits.
Here are some of the video reviews we found
Like most any beauty product, if you're not sure it's probably best to consult with a physician first, but this one has gotten a lot of press. We wouldn't be surprised if there's a flaming hot product behind this smoke.
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