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Personally, I believe that any unsubstantiated product claim remains just that, a claim. Lexxus International invested in the old adage that sex, or better yet, the promise of great sex, sells product. Enter AluraT.
AluraT is a topical genital cream that enhances sexual pleasure. Who wouldn’t want to buy a tube of this? And, who is going to talk to me about the experience? All that aside, Lexxus International cashed in to the tune of 20 million dollars with AluraT’s debut. It was cleverly marketed in women’s magazines and hyped on women’s TV programming.
Then they came out with the non-surgical face lift product, Skindulgence 30 minute Facelift System. I fell for this one hook, line and sinker. However, I am sorry to report that I did not receive any amazing results and I wanted them badly. This is not to say that other women may not have had better results. However, they sold me.
And, that’s the thing that Lexxus International does best; they advertise to the desires of human nature, both physical beauty and physical pleasure. If the products don’t satisfy us, we keep quiet about having tested them. After all, these are private matters.
So, are you sold on being a Lexxus International distributor? If so, write a check for $2,200.00. Pretty pricey, I think. But, you’re buying a piece of a company that’s been around for thirteen years because Lexxus International is a subsidiary of National Health Trends Corporation.
For compensation Lexxus International promises to populate your downline. Better get that in writing.
And finally, with Lexxus International’s new Viacreme, women everywhere can rejoice because an organism is just around the corner! So, if this company has products that turn you on and you can afford it, go for it with both eyes wide open.
I do not recommend Lexxus International.