It didn’t work for me. It burned my skin on the first application.
On closer examination of the packaging, I noticed some very serious chemicals in the ingredient list, far more dangerous than was evident from the advertising.
The promotion included a very convincing session with French cosmetic surgeon, Jean-Louis Sebagh, who provided the secret melon extract for the product that Cindy had been using for decades to keep that remarkable complexion.And after all, what is smoother than melon flesh, French or otherwise ??
When I saw the recent unaltered photo of Crawford that has gone viral, I didn’t think about the hypocrisy of the modeling industry, the deception in advertising, the danger of photoshopping us all into believing there is perfection out there to achieve.
I also didn’t think about the reasoning behind the presumed leak of the raw photo, or how it must have backfired if they meant to shame her. The positive feedback has been steady in her support.
I didn’t think about the beauty and honesty in that photograph. I didn’t compare her to what I, or most of us, looked like in our late 40’s.
All I could think about was her million dollar “Meaningful Beauty” product and why, oh why, didn’t she use some of that miracle melon extract on her stomach and leg skin ???
*Note: I called to complain about the chemical reaction. Without question or argument, they refunded my money. That was 10 years ago. They are still selling the product.