Original offer details & such: Initial signup - $0.00 + $0.00. After that, varies with subscription. Online Store - prices vary.
Suzanne Somers could have her assistant walk down the street, pick up a pile of dog droppings, make photographs of it and could sell it for a mint. That's how much people trust her. Luckily, she tends to stick to quality products. And with her Sexy Forever system, she spreads the love around. The question is, what is it that she's spreading? Let's take a deeper look.
The first thing to call it is an idea that has been broken down into simple, manageable pieces so people can try it in increments. With this system, it starts with a simple questionnaire of not more than a few questions so they team can assess your needs. And if you think you already know but want to read of follow up on more, there's an online store on the site so you can get the award-winning book, as well as other goodies including supplements, weight loss patches and skin care system so you can fight aging head-on.
According to official product website sexyforever.com, Suzanne Somers Sexy Forever claims the following features and benefits:
- Learn Suzanne's secrets
- Get answers to burning questions
- Complete with an online shop
- Take a free quiz to learn more
- Customized program
Order Process: Once you get through the questionnaire, we're told there's a continuity that's in 90-day subscriptions. If you cancel, you still have to pay for the 90 days but you don't pay for any of the updates (assuming we're getting that right).
As for the store, we found no complaints so far.
Product Performance: It's difficult to get around the Suzanne Somers lovefest to see if there are results. Most everything we find gushes Suzanne and then eventually gets to the plan. It looks as though if you keep with the commitment you'll see some semblance of measurable results. The great thing is that the site has an itemized shopping site so if you want to purchase stuff separately.
But once you get through the mountains of fluff, you'll find some good reviews like the one we found at myfitnesspal.com .
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