Saturday, March 29, 2014

Forever Flawless on Doctor Oz?

I've noticed I've been getting a lot of hits on this blog using the keywords: forever flawless, dr. oz and that's quite alarming.  If those scam artists that work for Forever Flawless are trying to sully Dr. Oz's name in order to push their horrendous products that don't even work, that's an all time low even for them.  So to answer a few other keywords that have been finding their way here, "Is Forever Flawless a good product?"  The short answer would be a simple, "No."  The long answer would be these entries.  Dr. Oz in no way endorses Forever Flawless.  In fact, I don't think the man is even aware that this garbage even exists.  Remember that.

It's come to my attention that some people are so terribly offended by my blogging style and the way I tell it like it is.  Don't like it?  Don't read it.  If you think my blogging style is vile, just wait until you see my Youtube makeup tutorials once I'm done with cosmetology school (since I'll actually have more time on my hands).  Same helpful yet free flowing style coming to a computer screen near you!

...and here's my video reviewing Forever Flawless.  That's life.

Edit: September 8th, 2014

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!


  1. Ya "Maggie" in the Valencia, CA store told me the same Dr. Oz line and when I responded "No I have never seen that show" (and I think I have watched them all) she replied it was a LONG time ago. Why didnt I listen to my instincts then and run out of the store .... instead, I left $200 lighter and ended up with a really bad burning rash from the peel!!!!!

  2. Same here I didn't believe it either but I paid for the peel too

  3. I wanted to say no too but also bought the peel. I can use it on my butt.