Warning: This is not a Hatorade filled commentary. This is a frustrated review of those that test-drive fictitious endorsements and consumers who are tired of deception!
Yes. Once I saw how scripted the infomercial was, Yes I had to go there. I call it misleading advertising. It’s on the same line of deception as the existence of images on relaxer boxes: models with swift and flowing hair? Then women (and some men) buy the bottle and the hair doesn’t quite turn out like that! You’ve been officially Punked by a weave-wearing, wig-deceiving son of a Leech. Yes the leech is corporate in nature, blood-sucking, and, it wants your money!
[pullquote]Some people are going crazy saying that the Kardashian household is finally “sharing their beauty secrets” ! As if![/pullquote]
The latest of this deceptive strategy is brought to you via the PerfectSkin informercial by Kardashians. Some people are going crazy saying that the Kardashian household is finally “sharing their beauty secrets” ! As if! Celebrities won’t even share the secret to loosing all that baby weight in 5 days: “I just eat right”. “I just wash my face at night” So what makes you think they are ready to spill all of the secrets they’ve been hoarding? They can’t even communicate simple words like: “I got a little nip and tuck” that all!
They call it the PerfectSkin three-step system: I call it the “I Just Got Paid” system.Think of it this way, Kim Kardashian endorses ShoeDazzle but spends all of her time in Christian Louboutins! Safe to say she’s not using PerfectSkin.
Another thing you may be asking “Does PerfectSkin work?” My own personal answer: I have my suspicions full of “doubt it”! Consider the following reasons for my Kardashian PerfectSkin review:
1.) It targets 3 skin types all at once! A big red-alarm. Schizophrenic product. What about those with sensitive skin? How can all those ingredients mingle together and know what to do? PerfectSkin seems to be saying it’s found a solution in a magic portion. Therefore ruling out the reality that most dermatologists group skin into 3 types for a reason! Therefore ruling out the existence of Oily, Dry and Combination skin types! Magic cure throw away all your creams!
2.) Ingredients Matter: Take a look at the mask and the toner! They are loaded and overpowered by chemicals and harsh preservatives.
3.) I suspect you are probably buying a product that already exists. Check the ingredients on PerfectSkin and I bet you will find ingredients along the lines ofBenzo/Salycic with tons of other chemicals. You are better off with a natural product or heading to your local drugstore OR dermatologist visit!
4.) Not even the Kardashians have PerfectSkin. Don’t get me wrong, these girls are not lacking in the looks department but neither do they favor the all natural no-makeup look. How can you tell if the product is working when foundation is a main staple for these ladies ?
6.) Fancy names to give illusion of a new discovered item: 3D Bio Repair Complex?? Please don’t play consumers for fools by naming something that already exists into a different name. Me calling a cat by it’s scientific name “Felis catus” does not turn the cat into a dog!
7. ) Airbrushing, a personal makeup team and Photoshop can do wonders.
Verdict: I won’t deny their business savvy personalities but exploiting consumers is tastless
Question: Do you care if a celebrity thats endorsing a product doesn’t use that product outside of promotional reasons?
Buy real and solid products. Stay away from Paid Programming!
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