I wrote a couple reviews on two other websites that offer miracle products that "aren't sold in stores" and that cost at least $39.99 per bottle. They use deceiving techniques that most likely anyone can see through.
I DID NOT BUY OR TRY THIS PRODUCT. I don't have skin tags or moles.
However, as an RN, BSN for 30 years, I find some of these website's techniques to be wrong.
First, they display a number of magazines or sites where the product has been advertised in. Many of these are bogus magazines or could even be their own catalogs.
Second, there is a stupid interview that some "doctor" (doctor of what?) has with some client who bought this product. These interviews are so funny!
Third, there is ALWAYS a day and time when you MUST ORDER TO GET A HUGE DISCOUNT, and every single time, that date is the day you see the ad and the time is midnight. You must order or you will lose out FOREVER. (In reality though, you find that you always get a little more time if you first ignore the wonderful discount).
Fourth: There are before pictures which are as gross and disgusting as you can imagine. Moles are growing on skin tags, that kind of thing! Then there are AFTER pictures in which beautiful, glowing skin is the result of using the product.
Fifth, often you are not shown the price of the product until you give the bulk of your information on address, phone number, email. Undoubtedly, the purpose of this info is to let other of these websites bombard you with more product ads of the same type.
Sixth, these products always cost about $39.99 to $49.99 (approximately) per bottle or unit. Then you are offered huge discounts on getting 3 bottles at once, or 6 bottles at once. You are urged to buy many bottles because the item is running out of supply, and you may never, ever get more!
Seventh, YES, I have been stupid enough to try a couple of products that have this scheme/template. NOT A ONE EVER WORKED!!
Now, it is possible that a product might conceivably work on someone. There is the Placebo Effect, after all; so sometimes if you believe hard enough that something will work, it might.
You can try anything you want to try. However, I've kicked myself for buying a few of these stupid products in the past with the only part working was the loss of weight of my wallet. So, I just want to tell people that there is a technique these companies have to sell you a product, where you don't even know what's all in it, just to make money.
BIG SHOCK, I KNOW!!
So please consider what I'm saying, and then think about it and make a choice. The only reason I'm writing this is because this all seems like a scam to me.
Last, there are often 5 star always positive reviews from satisfied customers. Right.
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