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Age 75 and NO Wrinkles. False Advertising. Possibly?

i was browsing the web like a frequently do, and while reading a blog, i noticed this add out of the corner of my eye.

Maybe this skin care system is revolutionary. Or maybe they're engaging in a little bit of false advertising.

Either way i find this hilarious

Unfortunately i didn't save the website. If any of you kind people know what it is feel free to post it in the comments.

[This was posted on flock, a super cool internet browser, more to be written about it later]

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Alexei said...

Reminds me of the Batman villain "Two-Face". Perhaps that's what inspired the photo!

Tricia said...

Wow! Yeah I think that's false advertising. I'm a nurse who used to work for a plastic surgeon and if he could do that or knew of a product that could do that man he would have been the richest man in the world! LOL

The Beading Gem said...

I didn't see that particular ad but I've come across the latest fad in cosmetics - gemstones in skincare! Some of the anti-wrinkle claims are definitely misleading and might amuse you -


Rose said...

Geez, false advertising is right. Sad is it, someone somewhere buys that product.

Rose said...

Opps that should have read- Sad as it is. lol

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