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Editor's Vlog: Beauty products that don't work

April 24th 2016 / Susannah Taylor / 2 comments

Editor-in-Chief Susannah Taylor talks through products that she doesn’t think works

Have you ever bought a product that claims to do a lot but in reality does very little? Have you ever wondered why a product even exists? Why you need a seperate cream for your neck or one for your breasts? From the years that Susannah has been in the industry, she has seen a lot of crazy fads come and go and here she delves into this.

From diet pills straight through to cellulite creams, and teeth whitening strips to Botox-in-a-jar products, Susannah talks through the products that don’t work and tells us why…

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  • anne
  • April 30th 2016

I've worked in the industry for 20 years and started out as a qualified Therapist.
No brand would advise a cellulite product will rid your cellulite by only application alone! Combined with diet and excercise as well as the topical application of a product, actually does have proven 'efficacy' on surface dimpling....Skin care companies are extremely advanced these days, and these type of products actually do work!

  • Pauline Lucy
  • April 25th 2016

unless you have used them yourself, how do you know?

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