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Does these beauty/fitness products that influencers promotes on social media really works?

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Welcome back to my blog!!!

Today I really want to talk about something serious and I would really like to read you guys opinions as well.

I know majority of us must have seen some if not all these products on our social media feeds via our favorite channels, page, handles or it was recommended by whatever social media platform you are using at that moment.

I often wondered how some products claim to work like magic and why some just simple decided to go old fashion to get whatever results they are aiming for instead of just promoting contents for money.

I can finally say majority of these social media models, influencers and celebrities just promotes these products for their own pockets and they actually don’t use them and basically just lie to their followers and fans.

I had the opportunity of using few of these products and believe me when I say been disappointed is putting my feelings mildly with how I felt after using it.

I’m glad that a lot of people are beginning to see some of these promoted contents by influencers as just a means to make money and not really care if it works or not.

I will be mentioning few of these products that I feel we could have lived without and I’m doubting if they actually works like how they were been promoted.

I do not have problems with influencers making money as I am aspiring to be a big time beauty blogger where I can give honest reviews to people and make money as well but when all the interest in influencing is just to make money and be deceitful is what I have find really unfair.

I’m actually going to mention few products that I have seen and are overly hyped and promoted on social media.

P.S. This post is not to bash anyone or bad mouth any products, I’m just stating my opinion about influencers promoting products they don’t use and also my experience using some.

  • FLAT TUMMY TEA

This is one of these promoted products that I have used and I’m not impressed. The fact that the only thing i felt using this was just the aid in reduction of bloatiness and passing out gas. Just stick with your workout religiously and plank really helps.

  • WAIST TRAINERS

I have about two of this. Let me tell you something about waist trainers, I actually don’t know how it works but it helps with my waist and also, I do not wear it for long period of time because of health reason. I also use the belt during workout and that is it.

  • FACE MASSAGE ROLLERS

Well, I’m sure you might have come across this set of beauty/skincare tool on Instagram which is used to massage the face. A lot of beauty influencers promotes this tool and during their ad videos they use it and claims it does a lot of things and after using their codeo purchase it, you won’t see them use

  • GUMMY BEARS HAIR VITAMINS

A lot of people have claimed their hairs having become healthy, long and full while using these vitamins. I was this close to purchasing it even though I’m not rich šŸ¤£šŸ¤£šŸ¤£ but after seeing an honest review from an influencer who used to promote these contents telling everyone how she saw little or no results at all and was rewarded with skin reactions upon using it and her skin went back to normal when she stopped taking it.

  • HEALTH MILKSHAKE

This one is a little bit on the extreme side for me because it has to do with health and also intake just like the majority on this list. This product claims to be a good replacement for food. I’m not saying health shakes are not good but when it replaces food, that is not cool.

  • TEETH WHITENING KIT WITH LASER

This is just ridiculous to me till date though. Visit a dentist and let them recommend the best whitening products or procedure for you. We all know these things have little chance of actually working.

  • LASER HAIR REMOVAL KIT

Why are these influencers still having a full body wax if these kits actually works magic like they claim? Oh I still have my shaving stick and hair removal cream. Yes I’m that cheap and don’t you dare judge me šŸ¤£šŸ¤£šŸ¤£

  • ACTIVATED CHARCOAL PASTE

Firstly it’s in a powder form which means I properly didn’t get the name right and also people look really funny when advertising this product. Does it work?

So guys which products did I left out and which one have you used?

Please let me know in the comment section…

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2 thoughts on “Does these beauty/fitness products that influencers promotes on social media really works?

  1. Thank you for this post. I recently just got a flat tummy tea through one of the beauty blogger I’m following on instagram which I had thought was the secret to her toned body which turns out she had work done. Just like you said, it’s not about the products but about how they are misleading their followers and fans with lies. I really believed you when you said it just reduced bloating and makes one pass gas.

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