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Hydralyft Review

por Emily Jacob (2019-04-23)


Oh, and by the way, both of Hydralyft these products belong to two of the biggest brand names on the planet. If you are skeptical, just do a Google search and see for yourself. Now you need to ask yourself why these companies would have to rely on misleading image manipulation if their products were/are as good as what they say they are. Chemical Free Sunscreen If you have been using an expensive "chemical free" sunscreen, then I'm really sorry I have to tell you this, but virtually every sunscreen on the planet contains Zinc Oxide and/or Titanium Dioxide, both of which are chemicals. If you see either of these mentioned on the list of ingredients, then I'm afraid you've been duped. pH Balanced Have you noticed how so many skin care manufacturers use the term "pH Balanced" on the products? They do this to imply that their products are superior to other products; that their products are gentler and less likely to cause skin irritation. In truth, nearly every commercially available skin care product has a pH level that is 100% compatible with your hair and your skin. FACT No.4 - Boosts Collagen You will see collagen being mentioned on countless cosmetics these days, and manufacturers have gone to great lengths to convince consumers how important collagen is for your skin. Unfortunately, your body has to produce its own collagen because it is a scientific fact that this substance cannot penetrate your skin. Additionally, if there was a skin care product capable of increasing the amount of collagen in your skin, the authorities would pull it off the shelves because they would consider it to be a mislabeled drug. In this article I've only mentioned and discussed four misleading practices which are disturbingly common throughout the cosmetics industry. Sadly, there are many more common marketing gimmicks being used in order to boost sales. Remember, you can mislead people without telling a single lie because it's not what you say, but rather how you say it that counts. I can tell you my product is "pH balanced" because the pH is within acceptable parameters; I can tell you my product is "collagen enriched" because it is, but I'm not obligated to tell you that none of this makes any difference. I haven't lied; I've simply allowed you to mislead yourself by my choice of words, and what those words imply.

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