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May be all right if mixed in a big smoothie, but just in water or juice, it tastes and smells like vomit.Haven't noticed any extra energy or any miracles yet, but only have tried it for about 3 weeks. Will use up my 2 jars, but unless my hair turns brown or my arthritis pain goes away, would not purchase again.
I use it on my Honda civic/mustang/Porsche/and Nissan and it leaves the paint nice and waxed looking(very very clean) every time! My Nissans paint is very worn in some spots like the roof, yet after washing(and several days after) it's still very clean and waxed looking.
This was recommended to me in my search for a good co-wash product. I have slightly wavy Caucasian hair.
I bought this game after using my EA Active Sports (which I love) game for about 6 months and I thought that it would give me variety on my workouts. Maybe I'm just used to the "user-friendliness" of the other game but this one gave no real instruction on how to do the different exercises. If an inexperienced person were to buy this game they might not be able to do them correctly and get the full benefit of the exercises. It boasts better movement detection but it seems that you can't get the remote in "just the right position" to register your movements correctly. I spent most of my workout getting frustrated because it wasn't even registering my movements. Needless to say, I have gone back to my EA Active Sports game and am anxiously awaiting the "More Workouts" version when it comes out.
I would give this 5 stars, but it's a bit of a hassle to fit the shade around the rear view mirror, so I gave up on that rather quickly, worried I would accidentally pull the mirror from the windshield while fiddling with the thing. It works fine otherwise, just using the visors to hold it in place, and I'd rather have a stiff shade that doesn't fit behind the mirror than a wimpy one. Rolling it up small enough to get the velcro to adhere isn't always easy when you're in a hurry, but it's not bad. Of course, if you have people in the backseat, you'll need to put it in the trunk, because it's a beast. It definitely keeps the car cooler, though, and it's well-fitted to the C-Max's crazy big windshield. As annoying as it was to pay more than a few dollars for a generic sun shade, it was worth the investment. If in-car storage isn't an issue, I would recommend it.