2014-09-19

Will Haters Stop At Nothing?

So there is a new GTL video out and I respond to mean comments.

Watch:



Anyway so I was reading the comments on the page... I usually don't coz I am not admin thus it's a big hassle to ask Gillian to delete shit comments so I don't like reading the comments there even though most of them tend to be positive.

Some hater left a link to my Gossip Guru page. I haven't seen it in ages so I decided to click on it.

To my surprise the latest posts were about how they all think Dash is autistic.

Now I'm gonna put my disclaimer because this is a sensitive topic. First thing everyone defensively says when they see the word is "There is nothing wrong with being autistic!".

Having no relative or friends close to me who are, I'm ill-informed about how an autistic person leads his daily life. But I've seen TV shows, movies and read books about them (The Curious Incident of the dog in the Night-Time).

I also know autism is a spectrum that can range from mild to severe. And yes I know some of them are geniuses. I know people have misconceptions about them.

HOWEVER. It is a fact that people diagnosed with autism find it difficult to cope in a world full of chaos. They typically cannot communicate well and have social impairments, and can even inflict self injury. It's harder for them to make friends or find jobs. You can read more about the challenges of being autistic here.

So I think I'm right in saying that, as direct as this sounds, no parents will wish that their child is autistic. If they indeed are, I'm sure the parents love their child just as much and find ways to cope with it, but nobody wishes their kid is autistic if they aren't.

I don't wish to seem like I'm discriminating against autism here. Parents of autistic children have my utmost respect for the immense patience and love they have for their child. 

When I was pregnant with Dash, him having autism was a big fear of mine - not because autism is bad, but because I worry that I cannot be a good enough parent to provide the amount of care he would need. I worry I won't have the patience, the determination and abnegation parents of autistic children have.

So naturally, as a parent, it upsets and worries me to see people saying Dash is autistic.


What irritates me even more is that these "concerns" come from assholes who HATE me and have hated me for a long time. Many of them express dislike towards Dash as well.

So when they accuse Dash of being autistic, it is not out of genuine concern for him or out of the goodness of their shriveled little hearts, although they mask it to be.


IT IS BECAUSE THEY HOPE THAT HE IS.


They hope that this will put a dent in the perfect little life I present online.


They cannot believe that a person can have it all in life and they believe I don't deserve all the good fortune I have.


That's why they keep coming up with wilder and wilder assumptions on how my life must suck in reality... My marriage must be failing, Mike must be cheating, my friends must secretly hate me, I am really insecure all the time... And this is just the latest bullshit - Dash being autistic.

My child having autism will be karma for my mean-ness. I will totally deserve it.


This makes me so fucking ANGRY.

You wanna be a hater? Fine.

BUT PLEASE STOP ACTING LIKE YOU CARE ABOUT MY SON. LIKE YOU WON'T LOVE TO SEE HIM SUFFER SO I WILL SUFFER TOO.

STOP ACTING LIKE YOU ARE SO CONCERNED. AND CLAIMING THAT I'M A SELFISH BAD MOTHER BECAUSE I DIDN'T DO A PARANOID SELF-DIAGNOSIS BASED ON BULLSHIT.


Fuck off. My son has enough people caring about him, people who genuinely love him. Not you asshole bitches.

So please just jump off a fucking cliff because he does NOT need your fake care or concern.


Another thing they LOVE doing is to say they asked their xxx friend/relative who is a childcare expert/supposed doctor/president of the world to give a further confirmation of what they suspect, like it's supposed to give any credibility because OH WOW YOU KNOW AN IMAGINARY DOCTOR WHO SAID SOME IMAGINARY WORDS.

According to them, DASH IS CLEARLY AUTISTIC and I am a horrible parent for blatantly denying the signs.

You can say all the shit you want about me but don't you fucking dare suggest I don't take my child's health seriously. I've asked two pediatricians (not an imaginary relative) before whether I should be concerned about whether Dash is autistic.

Both times I've got scolded by the doctors who said paranoid parents are overanalyzing things nowadays and that he is perfectly normal and they will let me know if they notice anything off.

Dash just went for his latest health checkup about 2 weeks ago. Doctor checked a tick on all the milestones he is supposed to hit and said he talks a lot for his age.



SO THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR ALL YOUR CONCERN HATERS.

Now let me put your mind at ease ok?



Here, according to a hater, why Dash is autistic:

(What they wrote in blue)





Let me first express that I've read more than 30 websites on the early signs of autism and I find this chart rather misinformed.


1) Inappropriate laughing or giggling - Dash may or may not show this signs yet

HE DOESN'T SHOW SIGNS OF THIS AT ALL YOU FUCKTARD. He laughs and giggles all the time and at the same things all babies find funny, like sneezing or springy noises or cartoon characters falling down.

Notice how the hater said "Yet"? Even if it obviously isn't happening, they hope it will in future.

2) and 3) No fear of danger and insensitive to pain - remember he fell down the slide in his own playpen in GTL ep 155? He don't even feel started/scare and feel no pain at all

I assure you he IS scared of pain and have seen plenty of signs of it. I just am not video recording it when it happens, am I, you idiot? And as for the slide, it wasn't painful because he fell on a soft surface.

4) May not want cuddling - he does show signs of this when Mike is caring him. And XX herself had mentioned that Dash doesn't like cuddling.



What is this?

5) Sustained unusual or repetitively play, uneven physical or verbal skills

Dash has no one favourite toy. Although he loves spinning, he also loves all his books, plays with all his toys, and does not keep doing repeated actions with them. His milestones verbally and physically are both considered fast.

6) May avoid eye contact - he avoiding eye contact for sure. Look at GTL ep 155, he is not even looking at Xiaxue when he calls "mama".

This is the most fucking ridiculous thing.

Despite NUMEROUS evidence that Dash looks me in the eye all the time, they choose to believe that he doesn't.

"FOR SURE", the bitch says. REALLY?


Who you think he is looking at??













Here's an entire video where he looks at my face and reacts appropriately while maintaining eye contact most of the time.

What you gonna say now? I photoshopped all these pictures??


7) May prefer alone - he does prefer to play alone (as announced by Xiaxue in her very own Dayre post regarding to have a second child or not)

No, he hates being alone.


8) Difficulties in expressing needs, may use gestures - his bei bei. Cries when it is taken away as stated by both Xiaxue and Yipmomo

WTF is this Dr Dumb? What has gestures got to do with his bolster (assuming this person is talking about his chou chou)?! BTW Dash can fully express what he wants now with full sentences. He can tell us if he is hungry, if he wants a biscuit or milk, and he can tell me what song he wants me to sing. And obviously all kids cry if something gets taken away from them!

9) Inappropriate attachments to objects - his bei bei

While it's true autistic children may form attachments to objects, the objects are usually hard ones and not soft toys, blankies or pillows. (Source, source)

I find it very irritating that the graphic showed the child hugging a bolster. Having soft toys, blankies or pillows babies are very attached to is normal.

10) Insistence of sameness - no signs of this yet

Again with the YET

11) Echoes words or phrases - have slight signs of it

Ridiculous. All toddlers will parrot their parents, that's how they learn to speak. What's to note is if the child doesn't give his own response but only can mimic.

He responds by himself and doesn't just echo what I say. This much is obvious from all the videos I posted of him answering my questions.



Here, feast on this huge array of responses.

12) Inappropriate responses or no response to sound - remember she posted in Xiaxue youtube regarding Dash reactions when Xiaxue shouted at him for throwing toys to the floor

????????? Don't even know what this fucker is yabbering about here.

Here's Dash responding to my singing at 6 months:



And yes he is looking at my eyes.

13) Spin objects or self - see Yipmomo and Xiaxue Instagram videos, always find him spinning a star fish, water bottle, wind mill, soccer ball, books. Currently electric fan as stated on 8DaysMagazine IG. Dash also did a self spin video in Shuyun aka MyStyleMySong IG

At no other source did I ever see anyone mention that spinning objects is a sign of autism. Autistic kids may do repetitive motions with their bodies like hand flapping, head rolling or rocking. Anyway Dash doesn't do that. He just likes spinning but he isn't obsessive about it - that's not the only way he plays with his toys.

As for spinning himself, HE WAS DOING THE HOKEY POKEY FFS. I suppose all kids who dance the hokey pokey are autistic.

14) Difficulty in communicate with others - he only interact with The people listed by Xiaxue herself in her Dayre post

This is such bullshit. He has no difficulty interacting with people. *roll eyes*




I'm having a hard time stopping myself from retching in disgust. 

These people stalking my every move and giving their shit-tinted analysis on everything, thinking they know my son better than I do.

In conclusion, Dash maintains healthy eye contact, he can speak and express very well what he wants, he does not care for routine or show resistance to change,  he does not line up his toys or only play with one of them obsessively, he shows intuition when it comes to social interaction (ie acting cute when mommy is angry), he answers to his name, he loves playing peekaboo, and he smiles and laughs A LOT.

Sometimes, a kid who is perfectly normal can later show regression. There is no sign of that now so I won't be worrying about it. If in future it is proven that Dash is indeed autistic, well then I suppose the haters can pop some champagne.

But right now, my pediatrician agrees with me that there is no need for further evaluation at the moment.

So you assholes can go have a life (go on, life does not revolve around just living vivaciously though me) and stop your ludicrous insistence that my son is autistic.

Seriously... It is as if parents don't have enough to worry about... Worried about illnesses, worried about this development and that, worried about whether there are spaces for school, worried about asthma, eczema, diaper rash, allergies, whether kiddo is eating enough or too much...


You fuckers have to add the paranoia for autism into the equation when there is no basis for that except your biased imaginary opinions.

Seriously. As I said... Go jump off a cliff.

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2014-08-14

pediped For Little Feet

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Most moms will agree that it isn't easy to buy good shoes for toddlers.

When transitioning from crawling to walking, baby's shoes should change from soft soles to safer, firmer soles to protect from sharp objects that might be on the ground, yet cannot be too hard because it will be uncomfortable to walk in.

The shoes should also be very soft so it won't cause blisters on baby's delicate skin. And yes, it would be great if the designs are trendy too!

pediped has very kindly sponsored Dash shoes since his birth, so he has so many pairs that you may have often spotted him wear on my social media photos!


I currently have six pediped shoes in Dash's shoe cabinet... He has already outgrown many, which I have given to my friends' kids.


Aren't the designs just so cute? :D


pediped's shoes are very very soft and bendy, making it super comfy for the little ones. 

Afterall they cannot tell you when their shoes are making them uncomfortable, so I would rather spend a little more on safer, more high quality shoes which won't hurt them or cause walking problems in the long run.

And since new walkers are very unstable, I DEFINITELY do not want Dash to fall down because of ill-fitting shoes!


pediped is an award-winning children's footwear brand designed in the United States.

Its shoes were among the first children's footwear to be awarded the American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance, and preeminent orthopedic medical professionals deem pediped shoes an excellent choice for parents/caregivers who want their children’s feet to develop naturally and healthily.

Phew! As a parent, reading stuff like this makes me feel relieved!



The natural leather soles are very flexible yet durable.



This design is from the new collection and it's called the Frederick Glacier Grey! I love it!

Also, all pediped shoes are extremely easy to wear because of the widecut openings. If you have a toddler as active, impatient and wiggly as mine, this is really important because I cannot hold his fat feet still for a long time!

Took a photoshoot with Dash wearing the Frederick Glacier Grey and so many photos turned out super cute!!

I'm gonna spam them all here.


NEW SHOES WOOHOO!!

Dash is now 16 months old.

He can say "wear shoe" and knows that the wearing of shoes means it is time to go out! He then gets really excited.









 Playing with his lips lol


Mian bao lian



 Wow so posey

 HAHAHAHAHA!!!
 


Isn't he a natural? HAHAHA


Also wore the Martin Choc Brown sandals to Joen's first birthday party!! This pair is worn to death because it's so easy to wear and so easy to match.


His cute little romper is from http://babystyleicon.com




With Shuyin who is also dressed to the cowboy/farm theme. Look at them with the model-y poses. LOL









 Don't be fooled by the pic, tossing a 12kg fattypuff isn't easy. LOL





If you have a baby girl, don't worry, pediped also stocks plenty of girls' shoes!

Their shoes come in 3 types:

Originals (These two I've featured are Originals): These shoes have flexible, soft soles to best mimic barefoot walking. For newborn to 24 months.

Grip 'n' Go: Made up with all the benefits of Originals, but a special feature G2 Technology is added to help a toddler stay balanced while transitioning into a confident stride. For 9 months to 3 years old.

Flex: The ultimate shoe for confident walkers who have developed a natural stride. Flex offers more than 30 styles available in a variety of sandals, Mary Janes, ballet flats, athletics, and casual wear that feature a color palette of pastels, bright neon, classic browns and signature black. For 1 year old to 8 years old.

Posting some older pics I have of Dash a few months ago also wearing his pediped Originals!









My little happy walker. :)

pediped is actually famous worldwide and loads of celebrity moms have put their kids in pediped... Like Jessica Alba, Halle Barry, Jennifer Garner etc!

You can visit pediped's celebrity page HERE!!

Remember to like pediped's facebook page http://facebook.com/pedipedsg so you can keep up with their great promotions!


You can buy pediped shoes from their website!

GOOD NEWS!!!!!!!!! 

There is an extra 10% off regular price items for my readers with the discount code XIAXUE10. It's valid till 21st August only so hurry up and buy your pediped shoes now!


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2014-07-26

Review on Slim Couture

This post was written on my Dayre two days ago.

I wrote it at 4am - 5am and deleted it at 530am (thereabouts) because I had wrote about a company, Slim Couture, that I was supposed to do a slimming ad for. In the end I rejected the ad as the treatment... Well let's just say it literally sucked (hahaha coz it involves doing ba guan or cupping). The deal went through Nuffnang. When I said I couldn't advertise for Slim Couture, the Nuffies were very understanding and said ok.

However, I didn't want to get the Nuffies into trouble as I heard the client can be quite... difficult to deal with. So I took the post down.

For some reason the said client was awake at that time and saw the post, then proceeded to scold the Nuffies anyway, saying Nuffnang is very unprofessional, allowing their bloggers to write bad reviews, even if it only existed for such a short time at an ungodly hour.

This was sent to my manager:


 Erm your english...






RIDICULOUS. WHAT HAS NUFFNANG GOT TO DO WITH MY PERSONAL OPINION?? 

Not sure if she is kidding that she thinks Nuffnang writes my posts or is just a very confused individual...

Nuffnang has no say over what I write on my own blog. What I choose to post here is directed and approved by me and me ALONE.

Besides, being a blogger management company, Nuffnang places blogger editorial freedom first.

Without real, true opinions, a blogger has no credibility. A blogger with no credibility cannot sell ads, and Nuffnang cannot exist. 


Protecting a bloggers' right to freedom of speech - THAT is professionalism.

After a client pays for an ad a blogger has agreed to write for, Nuffnang facilitates and makes sure the ad is properly written and it is specified as an ad. THAT is professionalism.

If the deal doesn't go through and no advert happens, then Nuffnang owes the client nothing. My deal with them was over and resolved long ago. What I write now has nothing to do with Nuffnang's professionalism AT ALL.

Asking bloggers to mask shitty products or services as good, or pander to clients every little wish - THAT IS UNPROFESSIONAL, not to mention unethical.

A blogger's integrity cannot be compromised by mercenary gains, that's what I strongly believe it and always will.

After I took down the entry, I started immediately to hear stories of other people who went to this company too and also didn't lose any weight at all, wasting all their money. Whether they are lying to me or not, I don't know.

When people sign up for a package with them, all they hear and see are the magical success stories, but not the failures.

That isn't fair. It won't work for everyone just like it didn't work for me. It's better to have an all rounded view before deciding on spending so much money, don't you think?

Even before deciding on a movie or a simple meal at a restaurant, you are entitled to read both bad and good reviews before deciding yeah?

As such, I have decided to repost the entry that I wrote.

EVEN THOUGH THE COMPANY SAID THEY WANTED TO SUE NUFFNANG (or me I guess, since this has nothing to do with Nuffnang).

I believe just like anyone who can write a bad review of a restaurant, a spa or any other services or products they used, I can too.

I wrote on my deleted post multiple times that their services have worked for others, but it didn't for me. Is that not as fair a comment as fair can be? In fact, please do visit their website HERE to read testimonials on the women it has worked for. It has indeed helped a lot of women lose weight.

I wrote only my opinions. Anything here that can be perceived as a fact, is also just my opinion.

Here is my deleted post (with a little bit of editing):

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Yucks.

So, my friend informed me that an ex friend of mine did an advertorial for a company that I was working with. I was so disgusted with the post, I'm writing in my dayre about it.

Here's the background story.

A month before I went off to Greece for my wedding photoshoot, a slimming company approached me. They used TCM methods like ba guan (cupping) and gua sha (scrapping) to help their clients lose weight.

Initially, I was very very excited. They told me in a month they had clients lose 6, 10, 15kg even.

There wasn't anything you needed to do except go for their treatment. No exercise required!

I only wanted to lose about 4kg. I should be able to do it, right? I'm only writing this because there are a few bloggers and even their partners go for this treatment - and they all had significant results.

So maybe this TCM slimming thing works. It definitely worked for others. Even with amazing results!

BUT. There is always a BUT.

Before everyone gets taken in by the mercenary deliberately-embellished and unpleasant-details-omitted blog posts these bloggers have been paid to write (some worse than others and btw I consider being given free treatment also a form of "payment"), I shall clarify the unwritten bits.

So I was saying... Disgusted with ex friend. I could barely stomach the article as she repeatedly praised herself on how good she looks throughout the blog post... It seemed to be that perhaps the post just an excuse to boast about her figure.

But never mind that... After resurfacing from the fathomless pool of humble brags I saw something which made me super irritated. The ba guan/cupping bruises which were a residue of the treatment were photoshopped away.

The excuse she gave was that the placement for the cups were top secret.

BULL-FUCKING-SHIT.

At this point let me go into more detail about why I eventually rejected that ad. Note humble brag here guys, I'm saying I have ethics.

1) after about 3 weeks, I didn't lose any weight. 

If I did, it was definitely within 1kg, which I find is normal fluctuation for humans.


2) The treatment required a special diet. 

I was asked to eat lots of cherry tomatoes, avoid carbs, eat less etc. You can't eat any red meat including chicken thigh, no salmon, or codfish or unagi either. No snacking on stuff like chips or biscuits. I already don't eat carbs much at all. I ate the tomatoes, and I tried very hard to go with their diet plan, but I'm sorry I do not have that kind of self control!

In the first place if you can have the self control to only eat healthy food, won't you already be skinny?!?!

When I asked that question, the slimming company said that that is true, but if you don't do their treatment, all your dieting weight loss will not be maintained. With their treatments you won't bounce back easily. Since I never lost any weight, I can't tell you if that is true or not.

Anyway, it wasn't like I binge ate. I really did try to eat healthier. But it is hard for me, because I stay up very late and what's there to eat at night? Maggie mee? Macdonalds? I know it sounds like excuses, but this wasn't what I signed up for. I was told all I had to do was so lie down for treatments.

I felt that most people who go to slimming companies probably don't have much self control when it comes to resisting sinful food anyway.

As such, the treatment might not work for them and I didn't feel right recommending it.

3) I was told that if I ate unhealthy food, it will make me gain MORE weight with the treatment than usual!

Wtf! Ok maybe not gain more weight, but it will affect me worse, as the TCM treatment was detoxing my body and if u eat "toxic" shit during a detox, how does it get flushed out?

Anyway that's horrifying. I kept eating unhealthy shit and telling myself I will skip the next meal, but next meal comes and I still eat as per normal.

Then after that I go do my treatments and get told I didn't lose any fat percentage and sometimes even gained. It stressed me like mad!

So anyway I maintained slightly better or same dietary habits. I even cheated and took a supplement that helps me retain less of the oils in the food I ate. The treatment should still at least work right??? But I didn't lose any weight, or perhaps I did a meagre 0.5kg??! We come to reason four.

4) I was told I did lose several cm around my thighs, belly etc. 

But I don't believe it. My clothes didn't feel looser. My weighing scale says otherwise.

I believe that the measuring tape can be manipulated by the person measuring. 1cm... Just hold the tape looser, really easy to achieve. I don't know if they did that of course, but seeing as my weight didn't drop, it is my opinion that the measuring tape's measurements shouldn't either.

5) The treatment fucking HURTS. 

This is coming from me. I am the Queen of pain threshold. I can put fillers in my face with no numbing cream. I didn't even find liposonix, thermage or ulthera that painful.

And yet I found this almost intolerable. The gua sha involves the therapist use this wavy bone thing to scrap against your skin. Google image gua sha yourself to see, thanks.

She uses force. It is actually quite nice on the back and on the neck, but on the inner thighs and inner arms it almost made me scream out in pain.

After that it's time for cupping. I rate this 9/10 on the pain scale. 

I'm not sure how many cups in total were used, but it feels like at least 50?? For about 10 mins the therapist sucks the air out of little cups and suctions them on my bare skin. It is barely tolerable for the first 10 mins after.

Then your body gets used to the pain and it's ok. Then you flip over and do it on the other side. 1 hr of suffering.

I was told I will get used to the pain after a few sessions, but I DIDN'T. Everytime I went I dreaded going in.

Look at the fucking bruises I'm posting below. How is it possible that something that turns you blue black all over not hurt? Don't kid yourself.

Maybe somehow my pain threshold for this is low. Because I see other women come in and out of the place and they must have tolerated their treatments, right?

To me, this doesn't make sense. If you don't mind pain and have self control, why don't you just diet and exercise like normal people do? Surely that's a lot cheaper too!


6) The cupping left bruises. 

As I was saying about ex friend's bullshit about the bruises.

I realised that none of the bloggers posted pictures of their bruises at all. This was the least favourite part of the treatment for me.

When I started I was told that the bruises will stay for 2-3hours MAX.

Now I'm wondering did I hear them wrongly? Because I remember my reaction was that it was really ok, and they said yeah, it will go off very fast.

In the end they lasted for about 5 days before they faded away, by which time it's time for your next treatment. So you have to constantly walk around with these stupid circular purplish marks all over your body for a fucking month.
 

When I complained about the bruises, the company told me it is because I didn't eat enough cherry tomatos. Roll eyes to the back of my head. To them, cherry tomatoes are god's gift to mankind and it can possibly also solve the world's energy crisis.


Here are some pics from my old dayre posts with the bruises.


None of these pictures are edited:


On my torso.


On my thighs. One light and one dark because they were from an old session and a fresh session, which I did twice a week.
 
The fucking marks were the reason why I wore this conservative long sleeved dress to nuffnang's birthday. I had bruises on my upper arms.


Like so.

You can see the fainter circle? That was from the previous treatment and it hasn't faded yet. Also, this proves that everytime I went, the cups were put on different spots, not at the exact same spots. (Important point for later)


 So awful


Three round marks... Made me so self conscious wearing a bikini. 


Check out my beautiful body!


Urgh. I wouldn't be so irritated if I knew what I signed up for. But I was told the pain was tolerable, the marks won't last more than a few hours, and I wasn't informed I had to adhere to a strict diet or it won't work at all.

In fact, I was told that another blogger (admittedly, fatter) also didn't really follow the diet and still she lost a lot of weight so I thought that will happen to me as well.

NOPE.
 I was goaded beyond words when I kept having to waste two days a week to come for treatments, suffer so much pain, then suffer my bruises afterwards... For no weight loss.

Eventually I told the company the treatment isn't for me.

The ad I was so excitedly preparing for them, wasn't going to happen because I had planned for a proud before and after photo... My after photos looks the same as the before. Except bruised.

I wasted 3 weeks I could have been on my D diet pill (got some leftover from last time) doing this treatment instead, and went to Greece for my photoshoot much fatter than I would have liked.

According to one of the bloggers' post, the treatment cost $200 per session. 

 I was told most people do a minimum of 8 sessions, so that's $1,600 already. 



Oh yeah I was saying why the "cupping placement are top secret" sounds like bullshit to me. 

Firstly, they cup so many areas that just showing thigh bruises don't fucking matter. Look at the last photo I posted - The cups were so numerous I couldn't even count them. My entire stomach, back, neck, even up to the back of my hands had cups on them. I looked like an octopus' tentacle when I was done. So just showing thigh bruises? INSIGNIFICANT AND UNIMPORTANT.

Secondly, I was personally told by my therapist that she cups every person differently, based on their needs.

So said ex-friend posting a picture of her bruised thighs won't matter. Nothing was ever told to me by the company that I cannot post pictures of my bruises... In fact, I did post pictures with my bruises and they didn't say a thing.

If anything, it probably wasn't posted because it is a deterrence to anyone who wants to try the treatment. Who wants to look like they got abused? If she wants her ad to be successful, she needs to hide the unpleasantries, right?

I'm not saying the company isn't ethical or the bloggers aren't. This is just a factual review of my experience with the place. I'd rather forgo thousands of dollars than risk my readers blaming me for making them lose shitloads of money because they trusted me and when to pay for something I vouched for.


Perhaps it really doesn't hurt so much for other people and perhaps the bruises only last 2 hours for them.

And maybe it is super effective in helping others lose weight. After all they boast about all the success cases they have. Especially for those people with a lot of self control when it comes to dieting and exercising too, surely their weight loss plan worked. (Then why you need the treatment I wonder?)

And they claim to give money back guarantee if there are no results... However, as I said the measuring tape can be easily manipulated. 1cm on each thigh, 1cm at the belly, half a cm each at the arms... Easily you can lose 4cm already yeah? Even if you change your diet just a little it is likely you lose at least 1 kg in a month... In that case I wonder if you can still get your money back. I don't know.

But I just wanted to say my side of the story. 


Afterall, before you drop thousands, you should know exactly what you are paying for, right?

Ok, rant over.

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