Frequently Asked Questions


What is Yoko Height Increaser?


Answer: Yoko height increaser is a Japanese technique that through increasing the growth hormone improves one’s height. The product came into existence in 1990 and has completed its 10 yrs of excellence.


How it works?


Answer: The product works through increasing the growth Hormones. The stimulation of pituitary glands helps in reproduction more hormones which means growth of the cartilaginous portions of vertebrae and bones in lower body. The design of Yoko is developed in such a way that serves in stimulating the nerve points of sole and pituitary gland and helps you to achieve good height in safe, easy and scientific way.


How to use it?


Answer: You just have to wear the product in your shoes for only 10 minutes a day for 90 days while you are doing brisk walk or some exercise.

At which age till it increases the Height?


Answer: Height increase on the basis of Age criteria that are as follows:



Answer: The Height Increaser Manual is provided with this device with all the instructions are mentioned in it. The Do’s and Don’ts for increasing the height is all in written in the manual.


How to order?


Answer: Yoko height increaser is a Japanese technique that through increasing the growth hormone improves one’s height. The product came into existence in 1990 and has completed its 10 yrs of excellence.



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