The Force Factor team would like to introduce you to Femme Factor.
Femme Factor is a sports nutrition brand designed exclusively for women. Femme Factor will help you build the sleek, sexy body you’ve always wanted.
We want to help all women look and feel their best. We believe that there is strength in beauty and beauty in strength, and that any woman can achieve her goals and lead a fit life with the right motivation, the right choices, and the right supplements.
We know fitness starts on the inside, which is why all of our supplements are made from safe, natural ingredients with no harmful side effects. Extensively researched and carefully formulated, Femme Factor supplements give you the boost you need to create the body you’ve always wanted and live the fit, healthy lifestyle you deserve.
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06-16-2013, 07:14 AM #1
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07-18-2013, 01:00 PM #2
another pricey green tea supplement?
I signed up for the free trial. Aside from the over-kill "femme" marketing (does everything ALWAYS have to be PINK, guys? And not just pink but REALLY PINK?), I experienced really bad dizzines and light headedness, taking as directed. I could only stand to take the supplement for about 2 weeks before I gave up, admittedly.
I really freaked when I forgot to cancel the auto-renew I'd been enrolled in for my free sample and Femme Factor shipped me a whole new bottle with zero advanced warning, to the tune of $70 for a month supply. This bottle of pills does't feel worth that much to me at all.
When I looked into the ingredients, GCB blends and raspberry ketone blends seems to be things you can purchase for much MUCH cheaper from other health food or supplement resources.
I really wish there WERE a vitamin or supplement that genuinely catered to women's fitness concerns (and I will continue to check out new products--what about addressing things like women's calcium and iron deficiencies, for example?), I feel like this is just another way to prey on women who are desperate to not be fat--and I think that's particularly sad to target folks like that. I've been in that boat, and I paid too much money for supplements which were just green tea appetite control dressed up in a fancy bottle, and it's cruel.
This products seems like an obvious no-go to me.
Hope the feedback helps you guys move forward.