While Level Up only accepts cash payments, there’s an ATM on-site and a bank across the street. Level Up doesn’t deliver — you must buy your medicine in the store. Level Up serves Scottsdale, Ariz., area patients by helping them find the best quality medical cannabis for their unique health needs. Since opening in 2013, they have dispensed to more than 8000 patients.
They currently employ 49 staff members who are happy to answer questions about Level Up’s products and the medical marijuana experience. During their 4 years of operation, celebrities like Snoop Dogg have worked with the Level Up staff to promote the healing properties of marijuana. Does Kylie Jenner's Favorite Bust and Butt-Enhancing Cream Actually Work? Kylie Jenner has a lot of sway in the beauty industry. Her name yields almost 200,000 results of makeup tutorials on YouTube, her MAC lip pencil experienced a worldwide shortage, and her various hair choices from color to styling start all sorts of conversations. But Kylie's latest posts on social gave us a little bit of pause. In the photo, she holds a $47-a-jar product called "PureLeef," claiming that its "all-natural ingredients. help maintain and accentuate your curves" and the "butt enhancement cream and breast plumping lotion stimulate fat cells in the target areas." "I started seeing results after only a month of consistent use," she finishes. It's earned over 600,000 likes in just over an hour, and the comments were approaching 64,000 by the time we wrote this article. "Let's split it," says one user to a friend that was tagged.
We love any and all beauty tips that Kylie Jenner has to give — after all, the girl knows her stuff. But it is also true that sometimes our favorite celebrities are paid to endorse products on social media. We're not sure if that's what's happening here, but after talking to a couple of skin pros, it seems that the science behind breast and butt creams is dubious at best. "Any kind of performance ingredient that is geared towards keeping collagen and elasticity intact will have a very hard time doing its job in an upright position when there is weight being pulled down, like with a breast or a buttock," says celebrity esthetician, Renée Rouleau. "So in my professional opinion, I would love to see the science and research behind how this could be true. I wouldn't expect a miracle." "Plumping" is a trending word in the beauty industry right now, mostly imported from Korean products, where gels and hyaluronic acid creams instantly hydrate the skin for a "bouncy" or plumped effect. This cream does, in fact, have a small amount of hyaluronic acid (though its plumping qualities allegedly come from ingredients known as sarsaspogenin and macelignan). "But hyaluronic acid really works much more on the surface layers of the skin," Rouleau explains. "Collagen and elastin are in the deeper layers whereas hyaluronic delivers water just to the surface, so that sort of plumping is different than keeping collagen and elastin intact. Even the best moisturizer doesn't last longer than 10 hours, because through osmosis, dry air pulls moisture out." In our recent article on cellulite, Dr. Chia Chi Kao, a board-certified plastic surgeon in Los Angeles, explains that "the skin is a very good barrier against the environment, which is water, solids, even cream, so that's why most of the topical stuff doesn't work because it doesn't get absorbed into the skin." Lo and behold, there is no clinical research or data supporting Pure Leef's claims available on its website, and if a cream was actually proven to target the growth of fat only in specified areas, it would probably be priced way higher than $47 a jar. "Let's just say that technology would have been in plenty of hands before it reached Kylie's," Rouleau says. The likelihood of you growing a cup size (or a jeans size) after religiously applying lotion to your breasts and rear end for 30 days is pretty slim. At the end of the day, it's probably wise to invest that $50 or so per jar on a great bra. Or, you know, not spend it at all and love yourself just the way you are. Either way, this miracle cream really does sound too good to be true. PureLeef’s butt enhancement and body plumping cream is a modern day miracle cream that uses science and nature to boost the volume and shape of the hips and buttocks. Using natural active ingredients to stimulate the body’s own fat generation, it is a safe and painless way to achieve the natural curves you desire. Gently apply cream twice daily (morning and night) to the buttocks and hip area using two fingertips per cheek. One jar expected use is an estimate time of 30 to 45 days. It is recommended to start with two jars so that you get full results. You are expected to see results within two months of consistent use. Purified Water (Aqua), Anemarrhena Asphodeloides (Root) Extract, Macelignan (Myristica fragans), Macadamia oil (Macadamia ternifolia), White Oil, Cyclomethicone, Dimethicone, Cetearyl Alcohol, Polysorbate 60, Isopropyl Myristate, Squalane, Hyaluronic Acid, Phenoxyetholhanol, Menthol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Vitis vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Coconut Oil (Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil), Aloe Barbadenis Leaf Juice, Tocopherol, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, Chaga Mushroom Extract, Alcohol Denatured.
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