Huh? I am not familiar with that site and don't find it when I google it.OK then you probably wouldn't be interested in Peri's Immort.org website either then, would you????
(It's Peri's joke, like we have ours. That's just what he calls it!) Behold:Huh? I am not familiar with that site and don't find it when I google it.
I'm all for immortality in the sense of an afterlife - but not stretching out my lifespan in an unnatural way. Do you really want to live until, say, 125 years of age?
IluvNY- have you tried their products? What do you like or dislike about them? And what are the active ingriedients in this line? Please sharePersonally i like the look of extend a life products, i think there website is very helpful and personally think it was nice that the representative went on here to answer any questions, cause from the sounds of it he was only trying to answer any questions and not sell anything!
Just my opinion though!
Actually my questions to them were related to their supplements, they have a medical nutritionalist who will individually prescribe the correct doses, who has always replied to me within 24 hours. For me its not all about what you put on your face but also what you feed your body. I think if you go into the blogs, you will see the type of philosophy xtend life promotes. As for the ingredient lists, I believe the website will have them soon as the skin care range is relatively new. The complete lists are there for the supplements. Hope that helpsI'm sorry - but it is not right to have the customers chasing after the company for information like this. That is simply just bad business. There are just too many other options out there these days for consumers to put up with this type of irresponsibility.