Seems too good to be true. Thoughts? Anyone heard of this able to offer any insight?
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Posted 02 May 2013 - 10:20 AM
Just look at this claim: "Clear skin within 24 hours GUARANTEED". Anyone pretending to be able to clear skin within 24 hours is -excusez le mot- a lunatic. I wouldn't waste my money on this. If you want to take a holistic approach, have a look at the diet & holistic health forum here, just don't take everything people say there for granted, do your own research. The only ebook I would recommend (and I've read most of them) is "Clear for Life" by Seppo Puussa. He doesn't claim to know it all and his findings are actually backed up by scientific evidence.
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Posted 02 May 2013 - 11:22 AM
Sadly, I think this is a scam. Unfortunately, the skincare industry is a gigantic business where companies play off of our insecurities - and most of the time the products they're pledging don't work as advertised.
Some of us acne sufferers are so desperate that we'll believe anything we hear... That was me a few years ago. Companies have figured this out and used it to their advantage.
Here's the claims that make it sound very suspicious to me:
I'm sure some things in the book are of use, and the fact that this company doesn't sell products of its own are good... There's no such thing as an overnight acne cure. If there was, we'd all be raving about it. I think you are right about the "too good to be true" statement.
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