{Test This} Resvitale Keratin Enhance

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12 FOFs will test a 2-month supply of ResVitále’s Keratin Enhance (retail value: $79.98 for 120 capsules), a new beauty supplement made from Keratin.

Keratin is a protein found naturally in the body that protects and strengthens nails, hair and skin. This Keratin Enhance supplement combines the “world’s first soluble Keratin,” Biotin (Vitamin B in supplement form) and Resveratrol (an antioxidant supplement). According to ResVitále’s marketing materials, this proprietary blend “supports and maintains healthy and youthful hair, nails and skin.”

Is this supplement a beauty breakthrough? We want you to test it and report back!

Note: After using Keratin Enhance you “may start to notice results within a few weeks,” according to a company rep. “But, allow 30-60 days for best results.”

For a chance to win, leave a comment below.

P.S. Want to be guaranteed a product to test? Join the FOF Beauty Club now!

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(See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes June 27, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

{Test This} Victoria McGill EyeDefining Contour Strips

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What’s in both celeb makeup artists Patrick Eichler and Jennifer Snowdon’s bag of tricks? Victoria McGill EyeDefining Contour strips (retail value: $9.99 for 16)–little crescent-shaped adhesives that give you a “non-surgical eyelid lift…instantly!” according to the company.

The strips are made from surgical grade adhesive cut to fit the crease of your eyebrow. Each one is coated with “makeup-gripping” material to hold eyeshadow. Just “moisturize, apply the strip, apply makeup” and the strips will “tuck and hold eyelid skin in its more youthful position.” They’re “comfortable, discreet and nearly invisible,” according to the company.

If it’s good enough for the stars, it must work on ordinary FOFs too…right? We want you to test them and tell us!

150 FOFs will put Victoria McGill EyeDefining to the test and report back.

For a chance to win, leave a comment below.
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(See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes June 20, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

{Test This} WEN Hair Care

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Nothing gets your hair cleaner than a lathering shampoo…right? Wrong, say reps at WEN.

The haircare system, represented by celeb stylist Chaz Dean, doesn’t include shampoo which “can strip your hair of natural essential oils and leave it unmanageable,” says the company. Instead, the WEN Haircare System (retail value: $29.95 for a 30-day supply) includes a no-lather conditioner (that cleanses and conditions the hair in one step), a styling cream, an “intensive” hair treatment, a texture balm and a comb.

All the products in their system are sulfate-free, made of natural ingredients and instead of lathering, “create smooth foam when mixed with water for shinier, healthier-looking, more manageable results.”

According to the WEN website, “In a 3-week study of users of WEN cleansing conditioner, 97.5% of participants saw more shine, 90% of participants saw less frizz and 90% of participants saw more bounce and body.”

We’re conducting our own study…5 FOFs will put the WEN Haircare System to the test and report back.

For a chance to win, leave a comment below.

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(See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes June 13, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

{Test This} TRIA Hair Removal Laser

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Laser hair removal has been performed for years in doctor’s offices, but comes with a hefty price tag–the average session costs $429 and impacts only one treatment area, according to WebMD. If you have thicker, darker hair or want to zap, say, more than just your underarms–prepare to shell out a whole lot more cash.

Now, one company, Tria, promises the same results for a fraction of the price. Their laser for hair removal (retail value: $395), can be used at home on the legs, arms, underarms, back, stomach and bikini line.

Just glide it along your problem area once every two weeks. “You can expect up to a 70% reduction in hair growth after your second use” and “after six months…hair follicles will be deactivated” resulting in “permanent freedom from shaving and waxing,” the company says.

So, throw away your razors, tell your esthetician “goodbye” and…wait, wait not just yet! We want to know if this device actually delivers. 3 FOFs will put the Tria Hair Removal Laser to the test.

Find out more about Tria’s Hair Removal Laser, and then leave a comment below for a chance to test it.

(Please take this short quiz to determine whether the Tria Laser is right for you, before entering.)

P.S. Want to be guaranteed a product to test? Join the FOF Beauty Club now!

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(See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes May 10, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

Images – Dynamik Magazine