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Wrist and Neck Magic

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3 comments to Wrist and Neck Magic

  • DrNociceptor

    First comment! LOL, yes, I wonder what calculations go into figuring out the price on those bracelets? Maybe it also has to do with law suits?

  • Bear

    Please, DrNociceptor, leave that nonsense on 4chan and Reddit.

    As for the bracelets, if they effect your body’s pH, that sounds like an eminently testable claim and extremely dangerous. So either they are either killing their customers or defrauding them.

    Oh, psuedoscience! How can I stay mad at you?

  • Glad you wrote about this Evan and thanks for responding to my email stating that fact.

    As I mentioned in my email, one thing that makes this product stick out is their claim that it wears out and needs to be replaced once in a while. So not only do you get fooled when you buy the product with the hope of being healed, if at some point you get worse / don’t get better, you can blame it on your product being “worn-out”.

    Also, if you were to use the same mechanism of action as this product (reducing skin acidity) and apply it to the body using a different product (say, a mild alkaline solution), I have very little doubt that either nothing would happen or you would get chemical burns.

    Nobody who believes will listen but that’s not likely to change. Sadly.

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