Original Offer details: $9.99 + $12.83 S&H. Includes 1 Easy Curves, 1 Guide to a Sexy Bustline, 1 Guide - 10 Secrets to Looking Your Best, 1 FREE Supply of Essential Boost for Women. NOTE: Offer comes with a continuity. After 30 days you'll receive a 60 day supply of Essential Boost for $19.99 + $6.99 S&H. and will continue until you cancel. Customer Service: 1-800-956-7745.
Men tell you that size doesn't matter. Some are telling the truth. Most are lying. But it's harder to find a good guy out of the latter. But even if size was never a consideration, what all women want is to keep our breasts firm, natural and healthy looking. That's universal.While researching the Easy Curves, I kept that in mind. Here were my results:
According to official product site GetEasyCurves.com, Easy Curves claims the following features:
- University tested - users increased bust-line on average from 36.4 inches to 27.2 inches.
- Satisfaction Guarantee - 30 day [check GetEasyCurves.com for more info)
- Just 5 minutes a day
- Shows visible lifting of the breasts
Order Process: Far and away, the biggest complaint we found was in regards to the continuity . When you order from an online site, the offer (remember: you are purchasing an offer, not a product) includes a 30-day supply of Essential Boost - a women's supplement. If you like it an don't return or cancel it, then you'll get a 60 day supply at that 30 days and get it renewed every 60 days thereafter for $19.99 + &6.99 S&H. Not everybody realizes that so they get a suprise one month after they order. You can cancel at any time, but make sure you know what you're ordering. Customer Service number to cancel is - 1-800-956-7745.
Product Performance: The good news is that people who use the product seem to like it very much. We found a nice thread from ModernMayhem where people discussed the product. One of the forum members compares the Easy Curves to a portable butterfly press workout.
We were going to put a video playlist together of people who reviewed the product, but apparently people are too modest to want to show off the results (we don't blame you :-) ).
Let us know!
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