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by Marina B
Date Added: Saturday 04 December 2010
I've met with this Flanagan's product a lot of time ago, when in Europe it was still known under the name MicroHydrin. After the change of the ingredients in Europe and the renaming in Active-H I wasn't so pleased. The outputs and the results were not the same as before with MicroHydrin. So I searched and found The Finchley clinic, which led the original Flanagan MicroHydrin, now named MegaHydrate in Europe. Many thanks for this to all the staff of The Finchley Clinic.
I'm so excited about this product that I've created also a website which is dedicated to this product only. The address of the website is http://www.megahydrate.eu
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