Thursday, August 28, 2008

I put this product on my list of things to post about quite a while ago and never got around to it. When I was checking to see if they had added anything new to their scam I was pleased to see that the site no longer exists. You can check it out here via the Wayback Machine.

It's nice to know that there is one less crappy product making bogus claims on the net. A hundred have probably taken its place and I'm sure it won't be long before someone else is pushing the exact same thing.


The product is, or was, water extracted from fruit that contains O
18 instead of O16. It can sooth razor burn and make you look pretty if you squirt it on your face. Reduce wrinkles and keep you refreshed for longer if you drink it. These claims are demonstrated by scientific research, but for some reason they forgot to show the research on their website.

Also, they claim the product is pure, then they list the impurities it contains, contradiction much?

  • Chloride 1.2
  • Nitrate 0.05
  • Potassium 0.66
  • Magnesium 0.05
I guess calling a product 'nearly pure' doesn't sound as good.

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