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FAKE REVIEWS FOR SERENE Balance Bio-Identical Progesterone Cream

Massive Hot Air to Trick You into Buying Their Products

FAKE REVIEW ABOUT Serene Balance brought to you from

Fake Feminine Health

Fake Serene Balance Bio-Identical Progesterone Cream Review


Feminine Health Review . com makes another FAKE product review.  They rank Serene Balance formulated for Hot Flashes & Sweats very low.  Femenine Health Review lists the ingredients of Serene Balance as:


Black Cohosh

Soy Isoflavones

Dong Quai


However, Serene Balance does NOT  contain any of these ingredients.  According to their  website Serene Balance contains:


All-Natural Ingredients: Natural Spring Water, Stearic Acid, Sweet Almond Oil, Glycerin, Aloe Vera, Progesterone 100% USP Micronized Derived from Wild Yam 4% 750 Mg/oz, A vitamin B complex, vitamin C, vitamin D 3 (emulsified) vitamin E, Rosemary, Coconut oil emulsifier. Ingredients Are Harvested from Plant Derivatives


Basically, feminine health review copied the same description for all of its progesterone creams.    The business model for feminine health review is to make as many pages as possible to rank high on the Google rankings.  Google, in part, as of 2018, rewards bulk pages over the quantity of pages. 


Then feminine health review pretends to be an impartial reviewer of menopause products.  They copy the same description of progesterone cream to many pages.  Then, they say some good things about Serene Balance Progesterone Cream.  However, they mostly say bad things about Serene Balance Progesterone Cream.


Then, of course, they recommend their own product as the number one choice.


“FAKE Voting by Feminine Health Reviews.


If you press on the “VOTE” button, the computer seems to do something.   The website pretends to count your vote.    However, if you come back the next day to the website, the vote count is still the same.   As of Jan. 30, 2018, there are 138 votes for Serene Balance. 


Not only that, but ANYONE can vote.  There is no regard to screen voters for even having bought the product.


In fact, it is doubtful that the reviewer has even bought the Serene Balance Progesterone Cream since the ingredients on the label are wrong.  What are his qualifications to be able to review the product?  Did he go to college?  Did he finish High School?  Maybe he is just a marketer trying to make a quick buck.  How is the reviewer even qualified to write a product review.  We don’t even know his name.

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