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Anyone tried Forever Living

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Underconstruction Sun 04-Oct-09 22:28:28

... anyone that is that isn't a Forever Living rep? I want to know what you supposed to do with it (ie is it to supplement a diet you're on or is it the actual diet??) and if it's any good? Does anyone know? (I've never dieted it my life before - not that I haven't needed to - but am scared of my own body these days!

KnickKnack Sun 04-Oct-09 22:31:10

they are a typical pyramid marketing scheme, based around aloe vera products. You can get similar products for about half/third of the price from any good health store.

KnickKnack Sun 04-Oct-09 22:31:44

forgot to add...would not touch with a barge pole!

Underconstruction Sun 04-Oct-09 22:37:45

Don't want to be a rep, just wondered if the products were any good - don't touch with a barge pole works for me! Thanks.

KnickKnack Sun 04-Oct-09 22:39:52

its not thats there is anything wrong with them per se, just that you can get similar or better from your health shop for a fraction of the price. Optima Health (now called Ransom) are excellent for aloe vera products

Underconstruction Sun 04-Oct-09 22:46:26

Thank you. I was looking at their stuff online where the prices are better. I object on principle to being cornered in a room and made to feel guilty for leaving without remortgaging!

moaningminniewhingesagain Sun 04-Oct-09 22:51:40

A work colleague of mine sells it. Funny sludge drinks and aloe vera juice, all looked vile. Some nice skincare stuff though, we tried a few samples. Way overpriced though.

Underconstruction Sun 04-Oct-09 22:56:44

Yes, I thought the skincare stuff looked nice, but wouldn't have bought it when locked in a room like that even if it did knock off ten years and ten lbs in one go.. wondered if it was worth getting online without the pressure or the reps' prices... sounds like not! I'll stick to soap for the face and cutting back to 1/2 bottle of wine a night for the figure... well, try to!

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