L'Core Parislionesse eye cream

A Jun 20, 2019

You are dragged into the store in a very genius way. You get offered a sample of some sort of cream on the street and before you know it you're in the store sitting on a chair in front of a mirror. Mr. Sean, at least that's what he called himself, is a very good looking super fast talking man. Before you can protest he puts a cream under your eyes and the skin under your eyes looks immediately ten years younger( 250 dollar).
He also tries to sell you other stuff, like a cream for your face (600 dollar) and a device to massage your face to let your pores shrink and your wrinkles disappear (6995 dollar but you can buy it for 3500 dollar so that's a super discount). Anyway, that's not what I'm worrying about anymore. I just looked up the ingredients of the eye cream on the internet and that's alarming!!! The third ingredient is sodium silicate. That's a chemical ingredient used in for instance glue and exhaust systems. It is very toxic! The fourth ingredient is sodium polystyrene sulfonate, which is a medicine used to treat high levels of potassium in the blood, only on doctor's prescription.
Because I didn't want to buy the device

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