Forever Flawless is advertised as being a luxury brand of beauty products that contain diamond powder and 24K gold. They also contain botanicals and multivitamins that are supposed to be good for your skin. They claim that the gold and diamond powder that this stuff contains is supposed to fight against aging but time will only tell. Worst thing about this stuff is that it has no satisfaction guarantee which should be a huge red flag not to buy this shit. I didn't find this out until a while after I bought this and did an internet search.
Now, the guy selling this pot of diamond infused gelatin to me said it'd help do things like get rid of acne, unclog pores, and eliminate blackheads. I guess I ended up being a sucker since I was quite depressed and ended up buying it. I wanted to improve my skin's condition so I was a pretty easy sale. Ugh. Let me tell you this right now... this product is shit. SHIT. SHIT! I'm not even kidding here. I bought this in hopes of it being able to cleanse my skin by peeling away all the icky dead skin cells. It does an extremely piss poor job.
I used this stuff for about a month and saw no difference in my acne as I was still getting breakouts. Wasn't this stuff supposed to help unclog my pores? This stuff can't unclog a stuffed nose. The quality of this product is pretty terrible. It takes at least 2 uses back to back within minutes to get the dead skin off my face. The directions on the website give you these instructions: "Over clean skin, massage in circular motions until desired exfoliation is achieved. Rinse with warm water. Use 1-2 times a week." Either way, I don't think they meant having to use it twice in one sitting once a week. It didn't get all the dead skin on my face so I deem this stuff to be a waste of my $50. There's probably a reason why many people have not heard of this brand and it's probably because it's not FDA approved. Not to mention that this crap burned my face. There's nothing more attractive than glaring rashes on your face, am I right? It's very much a scam.
If you're looking for a product that will buff away all your dead skin cells, help reduce the dark marks on your face, and reverse aging? Get yourself a good microdermabrasion kit such as Susan Lucci's "Youthful Essence." It's only $60 and the 3 month supply of refills only cost you $30. Not only does it work, it costs a lot less than this Forever Flawless scam shit!
August 13th, 2013--UPDATE: If you would like to read my follow-up to this, including my scientific explanation behind why these lousy products don't work, click here to see the blog entry.
Because basic reading comprehension doesn't work for everyone, let me paraphrase this entry in a few sentences. Sellers pull people aside to make a super pushy sale, LIE TO PEOPLE SAYING IT'LL HELP TREAT THEIR ACNE JUST TO GET THEIR MONEY. Long story short, if the sales people had actually you know... been honest with people, I'm 100% sure that no one would've bought this hoping it'd treat their skin conditions. And if a product is so fucking good then why in the HELL do the sales people feel the need to lie about it!?
Edit: January 12th, 2014--UPDATE: Thanks to two very informed readers in the comments, I have more information to share with you all:
- Use this website to report any illegal business (such as Forever Flawless). Forever Flawless uses illegal undocumented Isralei workers to push their products. These people are paid under the table and their lodging is taken out of their earnings which is highly illegal. REPORT THEM.
- If you're concerned about safe cosmetics, check this out as it's a very good read. Highly recommended!
- Most importantly, check this site out. It's a very informative page about nanomedicine and why diamond powder is dangerous! It furthers my theory that Forever Flawless lies about what goes into their products and explains to you why using diamond powder will do more harm than good to your body.
A reader has informed me that a TV program in the Netherlands ran a segment exposing the Forever Flawless scam! These guys are still at it which is appalling. If you'd like to read it, check it out here. There is also a video, but you need to understand Dutch. The link has the English interview though!