I’m not referring to all beauty products but if you could open your eyes, you will find products that are promising that when you used them for a week or two and even for days, you can see an astonishing result but it’s really far from my perspective.
Although, i am dying to name a few I would rather not to safeguard my quite personal life but I just don’t want to sit around and take it wholeheartedly that many innocent woman are falling for this tricky advertising.
I have tried a few products and yes eventually I am still with big hope that it can give me the results I have ever wanted but it’s not surprising that until now, it’s still the same as before although i can see a difference in some products I have used before but it takes months of religiously applying them. A delusional promise of beauty, that’s what i can tell.
Nonetheless, I really admire their brilliant marketing because this helps people to believe that this actually can work. But still, I guess it’s different for every skin type and women I guess. Perhaps, my skin is just too stubborn that it doesn’t work for me while to others it does.
I never problem my skin when I’m still on my teens because It was very rare for me to have skin break outs and acne but today, I guess i’m really growing old and my skin is indeed changing making me more prone to it.
Back to broken promises, I felt i was deceived not just by the actual product but the commercial itself. We all know that the actresses endorsing it are already white and pretty and yet they say that it can make you whiter and prettier but then the simple answer would be, who would make an advertisement with an endorser who is not pretty unless they want their products not getting any single consumer.
But, i wish it could be more realistic.