Buyer Beware

Recently a patient came into my practice, excited about a scientific study she read about. The study compared 10 products claiming skin tightening secrets and rated one as #1. An anti-aging miracle must have been discovered and she wants it! Who wouldn’t?

After a closer look at this lengthy article, it not only contains much incorrect information regarding anti-aging, but at the very END finally made this statement:


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And guess who published this article? Surprise, surprise the #1 product, of course!

So from me to you, just a piece of advice: “Buyer Beware!”