GluteBoost is a way to get a bigger booty without all of the lunges, squats, and other exercises that target the area. If you’ve ever toiled in the gym on your lower body only to have trouble walking the next day you probably thought that this just wasn’t for you. So can the answer really be found in a once-a-day pill?
For decades larger breasts were the item to have, and while they’re still in demand the backside is getting about equal attention these days. You can even get implants and injections to make it bigger if you don’t want to go through the pain and soreness of lower body exercises. Of course there’s also a few pills out there claiming that you can get the results you seek without any pain and suffering, and without taking a drugs in order to get it.
The makers of GluteBoost claim that it uses all natural ingredients and works for 499 out of 500 users. They say that their product is safe and even healthy to take.
Celebrities add the hype to having a big booty. Coco of Ice Loves Coco takes it to extremes, but the real originator of the hype surrounding a big butt is Jennifer Lopez, aka J-Lo. The term J-Lo Booty is still very much alive, and the torch has been passed to other large-derrière’d women like Kim Kardashian and Beyonce.
GluteBoost is sold on a tiered system, where you’ll pay the most if you just buy one bottle, and experience larger discounts the more you buy in advance. The price of one bottle is $50, two bottles is $90, three bottles is $140 and currently gets you a fourth one free, effectively lowering your per bottle price to $35. Their “best deal” is on a one year supply entailing 12 bottles for $480 getting your per bottle price down to $40.
The Disappearing, Hoop-Filled Guarantee
They say that they guarantee their product, but when looking at the details of the guarantee it’s only on the 6 month package which is completely missing from their order page. They have one month, two month, three month, four month, five month, and then skip to a 12 month package. This means they should not put wording like “100% GUARANTEED” on their site because this is misleading, and unless you check the fine print before ordering you’re going to be upset that you aren’t going to get your money back if it doesn’t work.
They also require you to submit milestone pictures as you go along, and write a 100 word essay like you’re in grade school. Forget to do any of these things and you’ll surely get the runaround, if you’re even able to find the 6 month package.
Since there are so many GluteBoost affiliates trying to cash in on their affiliate program, getting an accurate read of how effective it is is difficult. One tactic that many all-natural products try to employ is to say that their product works best over time, trying to get you to commit to a longer trial period before making up your mind. In fact they go so far as to say that the best results are seen at the one year mark, knowing full well that the average human being isn’t able to commit to taking a supplement for that long on a reliable basis.
There’s also a major flaw to the theory here: They say that this works by increasing the fat in the butt area, but the big booty look is not only due to larger amounts of fat in that area. A perfectly round booty is a combination of muscle and fat, and if you’re taking pills to increase the amount of fat without taking steps to provide the amount of lift to hold that fat in place, you’re just going to end up with a fat ass, which isn’t the goal for most people. Granted they do say that you should eat a healthy diet and follow a regular workout, but at that point how can you tell what is making the difference, the exercise or the pill?
Why not make a one-year photo-a-day time-lapse journal piece to show the product working? Before and after pictures have no credibility these days.
Final GluteBoost Review
GluteBoost is getting the Thumbs Down rating from us, due to lack of credible third party reviews showing reliable proof that it works, the guarantee that really isn’t, and a how it works page that doesn’t say how it works. The amount of misinformation out there is astounding, with phony reviews and comments, so take everything you read with a grain of salt. It’s nice to think that a product like this would work, but it’s really a matter of finding the right dietary plan and workout combination so that you feel good about your butt when you look in the mirror, and also get the health benefits of the workouts and eating right.
If you’re serious about getting a bigger booty, why not earn it? In order to target the specific muscles necessary to get the sort of shape you want you’ll want to use a program like Brazilian Butt Lift. This will make it so that you’re not getting big thigh muscles, but just focusing on the triad of muscles that make up the gluteus region of your body and give your butt the shape you’re looking for.
What do you think? Does GluteBoost work or not?
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