www.bellaaestheticamedspa.com Review:

bella Aesthetica Medspabella Aesthetica Medspa - Bella Aesthetica MedSpa & Wellness Center, serving the Inland Empire from an historic location in Ontario, California, is at the forefront of the revolutionary wellness and anti-aging movement. We offer innovative treatments such as bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) and safe, medically supervised weight loss and fat/cellulite reduction. We also offer a comprehensive medspa menu of non-surgical cosmetic treatments for the face and body, such as facials, microdermabrasion, peels, Botox®, dermal fillers, laser hair removal, IPL (laser) photofacials and waxing.

Country:, North America, US

City: -111.8906 Arizona, United States

  • Tabitha - Will buy again

    I actually got two cleanses in one on this one. I'm very petit(under 110lbs) so by Day 4 I felt like there was pretty much left to cleanse. It was easy, but being so small I did have to make small adjustments such as only taking one pill of the Part 3 before bedtime. Two would have been too much for my little body. Plan on using the rest in 6 months to do it again. Had a renewed feeling of energy in the mornings and have been getting up early and working out everyday which helps to feel good all day.

  • soldiers - flea buster

    It's now a year later. The product worked very well and I attacked on all fronts simultaineously and had success. Only when I had my carpet cleaned did it get no longer work. But the instructions will tell you this. I will use this again 'cause the beast has brought some in and is being attacked. Again it's all fronts. It's still hard for me to do this because I've become a codger and some of the funiture I can't move and that's when I use spray. But I highly recommend this product it's a bit messy but worth the effort. I did my carpet in two doses because I was impatient (not that I think a double dose made a difference)

  • G. Harrell - Great Product!

    What can I say. As with most Crock-Pot products, it does a great job. The exterior is attractive and easy to clean. It cooks evenly and at the correct temperature. If you need to transport your food somewhere after cooking, the clamp down cover, with gasket, eliminates the chance of spills. Cooking time is easily programmed, and after cooking is completed it automatically switches to "warm" in order to keep your food at proper serving temperature. The removable "crock" is easy to clean. All in all, this is an excellent value!

  • Stuck In Park - I tried it and it worked for me; and I am a regular guy, not a paid person although I wish someone would pay me for saying it!

    First off let me say I am always skeptical about online reviews because I don't know who got paid to say what. But I am your average American Joe (Gary) who is an Evangelist, and I will not lie, too afraid of God. I have a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe with over 329,000 original miles, original motor, original transmission. This is the first year that it did not pass inspection on the first try. I had two things off line (sorry don't know the technical terms) and in NC, for a 2005, you can only have 1. One was a heated O2 Sensor and one was low efficiency. It has had low efficiency for over 120,000+ miles, and I always used Lucas or Seafoam and it cleared the code and check engine light went off long enough to get in inspected. The light would soon come back on, but I didn't care as it was inspected. This is my primary vehicle. This year the Lucas and/or Seafoam didn't work as far as getting the engine light off. I researched many things, including Scott Kilmer saying put a gallon on licquer thinner in it. Well that didn't even sound reasonable to me so I didn't. Then I remember CATACLEAN which an auto parts store clerk told me to try 2 years ago. It was $25 a bottle so I didn't. Well, this year I said what the heck. I bought it and followed the specs, put it in with approx. 5 gallons/1/4 tank, drive 10-15 miles (I drove 15.2), and fill it back up (I purposely filled it up with premium). Light was still on that day. The next day I drove to work, 3 miles, and lunch, 10 miles, and when I got out of the place for lunch, the check engine light was off. I drove straight to the inspection place which was actually about 30 miles from where I was, and it passed inspection. I can't say what did or didn't happen to others, but for me, it worked. I needed my vehicle inspected to get my tags renewed. As long as my Santa Fe is running, and it stills runs great, I will use a bottle of CATACLEAN quarterly. I don't know what it did and don't care, I just know I am driving legal. As of this writing it has been 3 days and the engine light remains off. Good luck on your issues.