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Let me start by saying that unless you have experienced it, I can’t tell you what it’s like. No one can. It is like describing a dream to someone who has never had a dream. They just can’t understand how real it feels. The feeling of depth and immersion.
No energy boost, cold sweats, cramps and diarrhea. I tried ItWorks Greens Berry flavor in hopes to balance out my body and rid it of any toxins. The first thing I was asked was, "Don't you feel great? Aren't you energized?" No and no. I was aware of the claims that the greens make people feel energized so I paid attention to how I was feeling. One time before I went to work I drank the greens and have never been more tired at work with plenty of sleep the night before. It didn't take long before I discovered that the greens gave me cold sweats, cramps and diarrhea. That's definitely not how I want to feel at work. Itworks greens might work for some people, but it didn't work for me.
I decided to try this out on a bathroom counter that my teen daughter uses everyday as her launching pad. I figure if it holds up under HER use, it'll hold up to just about anything. So far, it looks as great as the day I finished applying the product. In fact, it looks so great that my clients (I have a home salon) didn't even realize that I just re-did our existing counter and didn't purchase an expensive piece of granite. I'm VERY happy with it! The instructions were easy to understand, the DVD was very helpful, and it was fun/easy to do. Our counter is about 3 feet wide and I have enough product left to do our other bathroom and about 1/2 of my kitchen counters (I have a huge kitchen), so for about $70 it's definitely worth the money. The only "con" I can think of is the fact that you have to be careful with anything hot. It says in the instructions to put a hot pad under the coffee pot. In my case, it's having my daughter keep the curling iron off the counter, which hasn't been too much of an issue, just a matter of getting used to doing something differently. But if it would be an issue for you, it would be better to go another route. All in all I'm extremely happy to have a beautiful and economical solution to our ugly '70's counter tops.