7 May 2016

Anytime I visit Instagram, I am always bombarded by pictures of ladies with big butts and hips. I am always left wondering, if they were actually natural or had undergone surgery. I have always known there were creams for that but I never trusted those creams because most of them were made from chemical ingredients that I couldn’t even comprehend.
But these days the reverse is the case. I went online recently after seeing a product and proceeded to find out more about this product. It got my attention  when I noticed  it claimed to be made from 100% natural ingredients. I did the first thing I usually do when I see a new product. I checked for ingredients  but imagine my surprise when I couldn’t find a single reasonable ingredient. It also contained no company address whatsoever.
I went online to check for this product and noticed there were different types of this same product online, all claiming to contain 100% natural ingredients and promising to produce noticeable results in one week.
Ofcourse, it might produce results but I am skeptical of these products. How is it possible that there are different type of the product all from one doctor in Ivory Coast? Why is there no company website for the product in this 21st century? Why are the ingredients not listed out? Is it registered by a genuine national or world health body?
As much as I would love to have bigger butt and hips, but not at the expense of my health. If it is made from natural ingredients and no side effect, at least list them out. We don’t need the recipe.
I'm still searching for a product  in Nigeria or Africa that would answer all these questions . For now, IsoSensuals (Get it here!) answers some of my questions but I haven’t used it yet but when I do, I would give a first hand review and shout it to the roof tops