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Ladies, only a rare few of will retain the firmness we took for granted when we were 16. For the rest of us who would like to attain that youthful bounce, we have to work at it. Some days we're good at it; some times we slack.
To cover up on those days in which we slack, we have products like BareLifts.
According to official product site BareLifts.com, BareLifts claims the following features:
- Easy to Use
- Instant Results
- Pain Free Adhesive
- Use With or Without a Bra
- Works With ANY Cup Size
It's a positive solution: it lifts them up instead of pushes them up.
Order Process: Typical complaints : "there's no confirmation button..." Even went to a Walgreens, run your card, sign something and go? Hell, at WalGreens you don't even have to sign anything under $25. That's what most of these commerce sites do. Confirmations on cart sites are typically user-experience feature, especially for sites with more than one product It allows people the ability to add & remove products. But more more commerce sites are going to the 1 step checkout approach. Good rule of thumb: add up the totals before you hand over your credit card.
Product Performance: There response were much like we expected. There were a few comments out there. Someone actually tried them in water. I don't know if we want to know why they were tried in water...or just be jealous.
We did find a couple interesting forums that discuss the BareLifts. Check them out:
And while we're at it, check out the playlist we put together. The second one seems like a ripoff, but racy. Talk about piggyback marketing.
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