Dime Curves Review

dime curves review


Name: Dime Curves Butt Enhancement Pills
Website: www.dimecurves.com
Price: $56.32 – $65.90 per month
Owners: Dime Curvaceous
Overall Rank: 5 out of 100


Dime Curves Butt Enhancing Pills: Product Overview

Dime Curves claim they are the number 1 selling butt enhancing product since 2009, so they’ve obviously been around a little while. The question is – are they all they’re cracked up to be? I did a bit more digging into the information that is out there on this product. Note: I have not tried this product myself, but I did spent several hours looking into it and have based this review off all as many diverse user experiences I could find where people have used this product. I hope it is helpful!

The Dime Curves butt enhancing pills are a natural herb/botanical based supplement designed to help increase a woman’s natural curves by promoting breast, butt and hip enlargement – supposedly by supporting estrogen activity.

The Good & the Bad

The Good:

  • Based on natural ingredients
  • One-a-day easy dosage
  • Money back guarantee (85% after a ‘processing’ fee)

The Bad:

  • Limited information available from manufacturer
  • No official studies or FDA evaluation of claims
  • Limited customer support – email only

Who is Dime Curves Butt Enhancing Pills For?

Dime Curves supplement pills are marketed towards women who are seeking a natural way to increase their feminine curves and add some size to their breasts, buttocks and hips.

What You Get

Depending on what you order, you will receive that many months’ supply of tablets.

Dime Curves usually ship in a single bottle and are custom packed for each order. This means that unlike most other butt enhancing pill brands, the number of bottles does not relate to the number of month’s supply.

There are no clear pictures on the website of the product packaging, apart from a few small/blurred images on the order page. It makes it difficult to know what to expect to receive. From what I’ve seen on the official website, the product does not seem very professional to me.

One month’s supply is equivalent to 30 tablets, meaning the dosage for Dime Curves pills is just a single tablet per day. However, the user may choose to double the dosage to two tablets per day, which may give better results. The Dime Curvaceous company does not recommend exceeding 2 tablets per day.

How Dime Curves Works

Dime Curves pills contain a blend of natural botanicals selected to help enhance estrogen activity.

We all know estrogen is one of the main hormones responsible for creating breast and buttock growth during puberty, and Dime Curves supposedly helps mimic this same growth through encouraging the right mix of hormone levels.

Dime Curves Ingredients

There is limited information about the specific quantities of each ingredient in Dime Curves butt enhancing pills, apart from a list of the ingredients.

The product is advertised as a natural blend of herbal botanicals, but without seeing a product label it is not clear if any other ingredients (such as fillers) may be present in the pills.

  • Maca (Macapure)
  • Aguaje (Mauritia Flexuosa)
  • Dong Quai
  • Fenugreek
  • Alfalfa Powder
  • Mexican Wild Yam
  • Soy Isoflavones
  • Fennel Seed
  • Rose Hips
  • Dandelion Root
  • Vitamin E
  • Gelatin*

*After submitting an online inquiry to Dime Curves customer support, I was advised that the pills also contain gelatin (this is commonly used as a filler ingredient or sometimes as a component in the capsule coverings themselves).

On a positive note, the response time from customer care was well within 12 hours of my online submission on the ‘contact us’ page, so I was pleasantly surprised at their speedy reply!

Do Dime Curves Pills Really Work?

There is a short spiel on the Dime Curves website ‘About Us’ page that goes into a little detail about how estrogen helps shape the female body during puberty. Like most other butt enhancement pills, Dime Curves claims to work by using natural ingredients which are known to stimulate and support estrogen activity.

Their product apparently contains phytoestrogens and diosgenin, and claims to be proven to cause natural breast and buttock enlargement, including larger hips.

Despite this claim, there is no reputable evidence or scientific studies cited or provided on the website (apart from before and after photographs and testimonials).

There is little information given about the product itself, other than in the FAQ section on the website where the ingredients are listed. It is unclear if there is anything else added to the pills, nor is the exact dosage size indicated.

Unfortunately, without this information it is difficult to say if the product will actually work, because even the quantities of each ingredient in the blend are unknown.

The manufacturer advises that it takes an average of 4-9 months to start seeing results, and that 1 month is not long enough to see results. Of course, there’s the same line about everybody being different so it is difficult to predict what your results will be like.

What the Reviews Say

As usual, the reviews are mixed – some say Dime Curves worked for them, others cry that it’s a scam. I’d suspect that at least some of the positive reviews are fake and can be linked back to the Dime Curvaceous company (trying to drum up some publicity for their product).

At the end of the day, because of the nature of these types of butt enhancing supplements, it’s always going to be a matter of just trying it and seeing if it works for you. Everyone will respond differently to these pills.

Dime Curves Guarantee

To their credit, Dime Curves do offer a guarantee on their product, but only if you use it for 9 months. In my opinion it is offered to make customers feel more secure, but I’m sure that the number of customers who actually follow up on this refund is quite low – simply because 9 months is a long time!

There are also several details in the fine print that customers should be aware of – you actually will still lose 15% of your money as a ‘processing fee’, and need to pay return shipping to send back all of the empty bottles. In addition, any refund requests must be received within 10 days of your 9 month ordering anniversary.

There is no customer support phone number on the website, and you can only contact Dime Curvaceous by email. Keep in mind that this means claiming a refund under the guarantee could potentially be difficult if emails are not returned by the company.

If you do the math, 15% of the $506.90 you’ll pay for 9 months’ worth of Dime Curves works out to around $76. That’s still $76 in the company’s pocket even if you opt for the refund in the case that this product does not work for you – I suspect they might still even make a tidy profit off you in this scenario.

Dime Curves Price

If you want to try Dime Curves it will cost you $65.90 for a single month’s supply. The price is slightly cheaper if you buy several months’ worth at a time, but the discounts for doing so are not huge – you’ll only save just over $10 per month.

For example, the largest order they offer is 9 months supply for $506.90, which works out to an equivalent of $56.32 per month.

For the price, trying Dime Curves is a bit of a gamble. Although they do offer a guarantee, it’s only on their most expensive package option of 9 months’s supply.

I think they might be counting on the fact that most people won’t remember after 9 months to follow up on chasing their refund; even then you’ll still be out of pocket by $76 (‘processing fee’) plus the cost of posting empty bottles back.

My Final Opinion of Dime Curves Butt Enhancing Pills

To be honest, I wouldn’t risk Dime Curves unless I was prepared to lose $76 plus shipping for trialing their 9 months supply product. Even then, I’d be worried about the company actually returning my money; they don’t even have a phone number for customer support that you can call. Since I’d rather not lose $500, I’m steering well clear of Dime Curves pills altogether.

There are a few good reviews online of people who have tried Dime Curves, and their website’s before-and-after page photos do look convincing. However, the limited amount of information about the product ingredients, and the slightly less professional look to their website and product itself puts me off. Plus, they seem very expensive. I’d be very wary if you are thinking of trying these.

The least dodgy butt enhancing pills I’ve seen so far are from Gluteboost, which do at least appear to be a professional company and also offer a money back guarantee on just 4 month’s supply.

Dime Curves Butt Enhancing Pills at a Glance…

Name: Dime Curves Butt Enhancing Pills

Website: www.dimecurves.com
Owners: Dime Curvaceous
Price: $56.32 – $65.90 per month
Overall Rank: 5 out of 100

VERDICT: Try at your own risk

Dime Curves Review: These Butt Enhancing Pills May Be Too Good To Be True
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4 thoughts on “Dime Curves Review: These Butt Enhancing Pills May Be Too Good To Be True

  • March 15, 2016 at 1:12 am

    Does age require???? Please please reply???

    • March 15, 2016 at 1:18 pm

      Hi Elizabeth,
      Sorry – I’m not 100% sure what you’re asking, but I’ll try to answer what I think you might be getting at. Did you mean to ask if these kind of pills are required as we age? If so, I’d say that they aren’t required, but they might help.

      As we age, our butts can sadly sag and droop if you’re not proactive at trying to prevent this. In my opinion you can fight this by doing the right kind of exercise, so you don’t necessarily need a butt-enhancing pill like Dime Curves. These kind of butt-enhancing pills are more for those who want to try and do everything they can for a bigger butt, so in these cases you might try exercising as well as taking a supplement like Dime Curves. I would recommend something like Gluteboost over Dime Curves though, as I stated in my review.
      Hope this helps, if not feel free to drop me another comment!

      • May 8, 2016 at 9:01 am

        I don’t understand how this qualifies as a review. This is more like information that’s been gathered on a product and your opinion based on soley that research. Sorry, but I was just a little disappointed that I read all the way through, only to realize you didn’t actually try the goods to give an opinion on your experience. :(

        • May 9, 2016 at 1:35 pm

          Hi Belle,
          I am so sorry if I gave you the wrong impression. Unfortunately I don’t have the resources (i.e. cash!) to try every product which is out there but failing that I can only dig deeper into what is available to try and help others out there who might be looking at trying a product like this. I will add a note to the review to clarify!

          I would love to be able to comment on my personal experience with all these kind of pills but the next best thing I can do is to do as much in-depth research as I can to try and weed out any obvious scams. I kind of tried to show my own thought process in this post, in my case I wouldn’t risk my money trying Dime Curves.

          If you do end up trying this one out, please do report back as it may help others like yourself who are looking for more info!

          Jolie xo


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