Free of BlemishesScan

T Mar 29, 2020

Please do yourself a favour, and do not buy Blemish-Free. This "company" is a complete scam, and most of the "testimonials" on this site are fake accounts made up by the company. The company is known for replying to negative comments with positives and telling the customer to contact some fictional character called Charlene. Don't waste your time. Instead of giving you a refund, they will ask you to purchase another can, and try again. Getting a refund is impossible as the only way to contact the company is through email. I made the mistake of buying this product, and ended up with massive blisters and scars that haven't faded over two years later. The product actually is a can of compressed air that is generally used to clean the dust from computers, and can be bought for a couple of bucks. The product costs $130 for a can of compressed air, three rubber tubes, and a plastic straw. If you type "blemish free review" into youtube, you will see the effects that spraying a can of compressed air onto your skin can have. Again, please don't be fooled by this garbage.

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