GVL3 have reviewed the Boost Your Bust book and Mike Walden’s Acne No More to see how these DIY cosmetic approaches fare in the consumer market.
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/11/2014 -- With so much attention placed on the global obesity epidemic, there are no shortage of fat busting diet plans out there that people can try from home. But in the 21st century, the ways in which people seek to control and define their own image are far more varied than weight alone, and everything from small breasts to acne can ruin people’s self-image and leave them without confidence. GVL3 is a website that regularly reviews fitness and nutritional products, but has now expanded its reviews to include these DIY cosmetic control approaches, the first of which are Boost Your Bust (http://www.gvl3.com/boost-your-bust-review/) and Mike Walden’s Acne No More (http://www.gvl3.com/acne-no-more-review/).
These products are both e-book publications which have been catching the attention of early adopters, and many wonder whether the products are simply a money spinner or if they can really work. The reviews address these concerns and explain how the books provide a how-to guide and lifestyle manual for making positive changes that can affect the problems in question.
In addition to their own review the site lists video reviews by real users, testimonials and advice on how to get the best from these programs and whether or not they are suitable for individuals based on their particular circumstances.
A spokesperson for GVL3 explained, “The idea that a book can boost the bust does sound a little far-fetched, which is why there was so much early cynicism faced by those who first used it and found it effective. However, through our investigations we have found an increasing number of people who have followed its advice and found that these natural, uninvasive remedies have combined to have a greater overall effect on their body composition than expensive surgery would have done. Acne No More has been equally effective helping people take control of the choices that exacerbate their symptoms so more simple treatments can prove effective.”
GVL3 is a product review and editorial based blog that dedicates itself to independent assessment and endorsement of top level fitness and nutritional products and supplements. The site regularly updates with new articles on the latest trends of hot new emergences. Their reviews are already trusted and relied upon by thousands of visitors every month. For more information please visit: http://gvl3.com/