Women    Men    Wedding    Party & Occasions    Shoes
Home     Women's Clothing    Bodysuit    

Women's Printed Bodysuit Nets Sheer High Collar Long Sleeve Sexy Lingerie Cheap clothes, free shipping worldwide

Women's Printed Bodysuit Nets Sheer High Collar Long Sleeve Sexy Lingerie Cheap clothes, free shipping worldwide

New price: $13.49 USD

Описание товара

Season Summer Neckline High Collar
Embellishment Printed, Nets Sleeve Length Long Sleeve
Fabric Polyester Style Sexy
Shown Color Pink, Black, Rose Occasion Indoor, Valentines'
Group Women Bust(inch) S :32¼, M :34¾, L :36¼
Waist(inch) S :26, M :27½, L :30 Hips(inch) S :26½, M :27¼, L :28
Weight 0.11kg

July 12, 2017
These collars are the only thing that actually worked for our cats!! We battled with fleas everywhere for several months, constantly vacuuming and treating the house and trying many different collars, treatments, and baths on the cats and nothing was working! I was hesitant to buy these collars because $54 seemed a bit steep, especially when we have 2 cats, but I am so glad we did!!! The collars did not irritate the cats and neither one of them ever scratched at them or seemed to notice they were on. Having protection for 8 months is great, especially because of the price. I do wish they were cheaper, it seems like they could go with different packaging to make these collars cheaper! The packaging was all fancy and unnecessary, just throw them in a plastic sleeve and call it good.
April 12, 2017
July 6, 2015
PLEASE READ BEFORE PURCHASING I am morally obligated to share my experience.
I got the Seresto flea and tick collar from my pet store after a recommendation from owner for being the best/most-expensive flea solution available. I like to give my girls the best care possible; Lola (2.5 year old Maine Coon) & Delilah (7 year old Boxer).
Day2: Activeness stopped, just took naps most of the day.
Day5: Realized both were not eating/drinking, that’s when I realized they were both getting sick. I googled the bad reviews for this collar, and I saw many reviews warning consumers not to use the collar because of sickness, seizures, and being allergic. So I took both collars off.
Day7: Took the girls to the vet because they were defiantly getting worse. $800 later; blood work, iv’s for hydration, steroid shots, special food recommendations. Vet could not figure out the cause of illness. Figured it was the cancer for 7yo Delilah. No real idea for Lola. She did try to call Seresto to question toxins/poisons that maybe in the collar, but could not get past the automated answering service to talk to a real person. Sent us home, said to come back if things got worse/not-better.
Day13: Delilah is recovering slowly, but steadily. Lola was a little better, eating/drinking some/little, but still not active; and 2yo kittens are very active normally.
Day14: 5:30am, Lola (who could not walk more than a couple feet at a time the previous day), crawled off my bed and into the bath tub. I was woken up from her call for help, found her in my tub, and she was in so much pain! I immediately called the vet ER for locations, it was too late. (I will not give the graphic details) On the phone, she went into a seizure and did not wake up after. Something that nobody EVER should haft to see! Horrifically sad☹ RIP Lola
I am 100% convinced it was this collar! It may work for some pets, but be tragic for others. How many for innocent, loved animals must did before a warning label is required??
April 3, 2015
Killed all my cats fleas and my older cat had NO adverse reactions to the collar
There is a serious design flaw in the collar.
You must be absolutely certain before placing the collar on you pet, you have removed all cut "nibs" from collar or you may experience sad and expensive consequences.
When you open the package for the collar, you will discover it is in spiral with "nibs" leftover from the manufacturing process. These "nibs" holds the collar in its spiral shape. If you merely "cut" these "nibs" once to unroll the collar and then place it on your pet, bad things MAY happen. If only cut "once" you will leave sharp and dangerous "fangs" on the inside of the collar. These "fangs" can cut into your pets skin, delivering its pesticide directly into your animals blood stream. Very, Very Bad. If you take your time and make sure the inside of the collar is smooth by removing these "fangs" with a sharp knife, I believe you will have a much greater chance of a flea free happy pet outcome. I cannot be for certain but I believe many of the negative ratings of the collar are a result of this flaw.
May 6, 2014
This product works great for many many people. For us, we've used Seresto on both our cats and our dogs, and finally have found an affordable alternative for flea control! We've used this product for well over a year and this will be my third time ordering more for everyone. (We do have to bathe our pets occasionally, so it doesn't quite last us 8 months per collar.) I'm a dog trainer and frequently see other owners who also love this product and use it on their own pets, so it does work well when your pet isn't sensitive to it. Have not seen ONE flea on anyone in all this time - and we live in the deep south where the fleas are almost as abundant as the mosquitos. And daily/weekly combing (depending on which pet/coat) is part of our schedule, so they do still get checked just in case the collars might fail.

However, if you're going to try a new product - ANY new flea/tick product on your pet - please don't just leave it on for 24-48 hours or more and then sit back on your heels while your pet acts strange or starts having seizures. I can't believe how many reviewers have left this collar on for so long before they finally put two and two together and remove it if their pet has a reaction. Put this collar on when you'll be HOME, and when you're ready to monitor them for any and all adverse side effects. In fact I'd watch behavior for up to two weeks before I really relaxed, with any new product or drug. Duh. If your pet starts to act at all strange, remove the collar immediately and call your vet. This is not rocket science, people. Adverse reactions can happen with almost ALL current forms of flea and tick prevention, nothing seems to be 100% safe for every pet. But as far as my house is concerned, Bayer hit a home run with this one so far. Thank you Bayer!
April 9, 2015
This Product caused severe dermatological reaction within a week or two of putting it on cat. Hair loss and open almost bleeding neck. See pictures. I think the manufacturer understated the potential risk.
October 15, 2013
I have four cats and Advantage had stopped working completely. The house and cats were hopping with fleas. It was horrible. I vacuumed. And flea combed. And used various products in the house short of fogging which is impractical when you have four cats living there. The vet's assistant had suggested these collars as an option. Came to Amazon because the price was much better and I needed multiple collars. Then I saw the reviews where people claimed their cats died and developed horrible skin reactions. That was a bit offputting. I hesitated. But the fleas were very bad and the vet's office--which I trust--had recommended them. I ordered three collars, figuring that I'd put them on my healthiest youngest kitties first (ages 11, 7 and 4--weights 10 to 16 pounds) first. My 14 year old cat (6 pounds) loves to be combed, so I would just comb her. When the collars arrived I, for perhaps the first time in my life, read the package insert that discussed the company's trials of the product. The only notable side effect observed in testing (as I recall it) was some dermatitis. It wasn't a lot of the trial participants but it was observed, and this explains the folks whose cats lost hair. Encouraged by the package insert, I put the collars on the cats. Initially, I was afraid that one of them was getting lethargic. Then I decided he had always been that lethargic and I was just paying more attention because I was afraid I was doing something that might kill my cats. Ultimately, the only effect these collars had was killing fleas. It took a couple of weeks because the fleas had gotten so bad, but they went away. About 99%. And the cool thing is, they also went away on my one cat on which I did not put a collar. Just having three collared flea killing machines wandering the house protects my fourth cat as well. She gets the occasional flea, but it's rare. And while I used to comb her twice a day to get the fleas off now I comb her once a week and find maybe one or two. Which seems pretty unavoidable given that she and two of the other cats go outside. It's been about six months now so the collars are supposed to last another couple of months. Hoping that by December there won't be fleas around to kill and that I can wait until spring for the next round of collars. Great product. Less expensive than Advantage for comparable months of effectiveness. And works like Advantage used to work when it was new.
February 3, 2016
We have had the worst flea infestation EVER. We spent hundreds of dollars to rid our two indoor cats and dog of them. Nothing worked, until these collars. I was hesitant to buy them after seeing some of the images of what can happen. But we had tried everything. We kept a close eye on the animals (all young and healthy) after three days one cat suddenly had hair loss and abrasions on her neck. We immediately took her collar off. The other cat and dog have tolerated the treatment without problems. Three days in the collar was enough to rid our cat of her fleas! She has long hair and had them the worst. So while I think the product can be dangerous if not given the proper attention, overall it did what it said. I would rather help heal her wound than contend with the 4 month flea crisis we have endured. Please check your animals DAILY while using this product though.
October 30, 2016
I was skeptical of buying this product since I read so many awful reviews and looked at the pictures of many beloved pets with sores around the necks but I took a chance and bought the product. I tried the expensive flea drops and nothing worked! 6 months my kitty suffered from fleas and it was driving him crazy! When the flea collar arrived we immediately put it around Kyo's neck and it was awkward for him since he never wears collars and he was acting strange but after an hour or so he realized what it was, within 2 hours he stopped itching excessively. After two days of wearing the collar he stopped scratching. We checked his neck every day for the first two weeks just in case he was starting to get an allergic reaction. He was perfectly fine and he has been so calm and relaxed no more scratching! He's been wearing the collar for a month now and I definitely recommend it! Just check your cats's neck daily if you think he or she will be allergic. I'll update this review if anything changes or it stops working within 8 months. Oh I also like the reflective pieces that attach to the collars! Too bad my Kyo ended up breaking them lol

Update: the collar stopped working at 5 months. It was worth it and I will be repurchasing the product.
Update 2: Repurchased the collar and the fleas died within a couple hours. Extremely happy with the product.
February 28, 2015
The little collar that could...

Let me start out by saying we work at a veterinarian hospital. It has been a standing policy with everyone, including all of our veterinarians, that flea collars are only useful for chopping up and putting in a vacuum bag to kill fleas. They were just garbage, especially when compared to topical products.

Keep in mind, we don't get paid to say anything nice about this product. Our concern is some of the misinformation in previous reviews.

When the Seresto collar came to us and we were skeptical, obviously. At first, we didn't even want to shelve this product. We hadn't carried collars since... well, nobody could remember. After a good deal of talk, most of which involved convincing us that this was a new type of collar that was non-toxic, would cover the entire pet and not kill fleas Only at the neck, and could power through several months... We decided to give it a chance. This decision was in part because we had a new rescue kitty that had a very bad allergic reaction to topical flea treatments. These collars came along at just the right moment for us to try something new for her.

Believe us when we tell you how surprised we were that they worked. They didn't just work, they worked Well and lasted incredibly long for a collar. No bad reactions were indicated. Even a few others on staff began using them. We began stocking them shortly after and have heard nothing but praise from staff and clients since then.

Though we haven't seen any cases of chemical burns or hot spots directly related to these collars, such things can occur with any collar or flea medication. Not to mention numerous other factors. It's important to realize that your pets are as different from each other as humans are. They can have allergic reactions to any number of things. Even pets from the same litter can have very greatly in regards to allergies. One of the reasons we considered this collar at first was due to one of our rescue cats having a severe allergic reaction to topical flea treatments, something that the collar didn't continue. One of our dogs has allergies to grass and beef, among other things, that cause his ears and skin to turn bright pink and itch like crazy; while another of our dogs has such a severe reaction to turkey that her entire face begins to swell up.

The point is animals can have bad reactions just like humans. Don't demonize a product that works well for so many pets because your own pet had a bad allergic reaction. Do you have any idea how many people are allergic to Aspirin or other medications or foods? To the point that it could quite literally cause such a severe reaction they could die? Yet we don't go out of our way to throw stones at those companies and their products.

Be aware of your pets allergies. Visit your veterinarian and have an allergy test done for each pet, primarily if you see constant itching or bald spots. We can't tell you how many cases we've had of someone wanting a new flea product because their pet is Still scratching, when the reality is the pet is having a bad reaction to a new food or other product in the house. (Do you wash your pets bed using detergents? They can also have allergic reactions to soaps..)

Our hearts go out to everyone with a pet that has had a bad reaction. Believe us, we see so much suffering, intentional and unintentional, in this line of work and it never fails to move us. We hope you find the product that works for you and that you and your pets live long and happy lives.