Pushed into sales at Riverlink Shopping Centre
My skin was very dry and tingling.l felt as if my face was on fire l also was pushed into the sale. He would not let me go without making a purchace l am a pensioner and really could not afford the products but he said they didn't work unless l purchased the whole range..Now l am struggling to pay it off. VERY DISAPPOINTED
Purchased for $1,015.00.
Good product, horrible staff.
I was in Highpoint getting shoes for work when this lady catches my eye and pushes this free sample into my hands. I was polite and said I have to go. She is asking all these questions and doing my nails when I didn’t ask. She basically forced me to buy this product I can’t afford saying “I will discount it”. She is then trying to push more products on me. It seems like it works well getting rid of dead skin but horrible way to sell products. Are these people trained this way? I am actually scared to walk in that entrance of the mall again. Horrible bullying.
Purchased in March 2021 for $115.00.
Ok product but horrific company
The product itself is nice to use but I’m not convinced it does what the sellers tell you it does, but also NOT worth the $160 price tag or the absolute bullying you receive to purchase it. I’ve read other reviews from different locations and they have all been identical to my experience. I was lured to try a tester and me being too kind to say no I said ok I’ll take a tester, and the lady dragged me to a seat and made me sit for her to put products on me. I had both of my small children with me in a pram who were obviously upset and wanting me...to keep walking but she kept pressuring me to stay. She ended up testing this product on my hand and I was moderately impressed but told her I couldn’t afford it. That’s when she offered me a free facial, and I told her no I can’t I have to take my kids home. She walked over to her boss and whispered soemrhing to him and then comes back to me and she literally takes her phone asked for my NUMBER and says she will text me so I have a way to contact her and book in for a free facial when I’m kid free. I foolishly believed her and gave into her pressuring and bought the stupid product hoping to at least get a nice facial out of it. Sure enough I text her the next day to book in a time and no reply. I walk past her at the stall every time I’m in Westfield geelong and feel sick to my stomach that I wasted the last of my money on something she conned me into buying. Seriously people don’t buy from this brand!!!
Purchased for $160.00.
"No chemical used, completely all natural" Erm...
Pls teach your sales people not to say that. Its REALLY unintelligent and complete untrue. Its a "peel". I believe the correct cosmetic term is "chemical peel". Even everyday shampoo, toothpaste etc have chemicals in them. Chemical isn't all bad, depends on how you use it. My inner arm actually feels a bit irritated( tingles) after demo but I was too shy to say anything. Also, all the products are a bit pricey and sales people is somewhat pushy.
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I'm not really happy
I was shopping at the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre and there was this guy who just stopped me and asked me what products i use for my skin. I told him and he was like let me show you some stuff. He didn't really give me a chance to back off. He showed me two products that could really help me with my skin and make me feel better and this and that.. and in the end i bought them and i though alright that's it thank you. So i was packing my stuff and he was like nah sit down i want to show you more things. So then he showed me more products a...nd said: "without these products i'm showing you right now you're not gonna make your skin look better." I was questioning that because i already bought 2 things which he told me would help my skin condition improve. He kept talking and talking and to be honest he was wasting my time. He also said he will give me products for free because he really wants that i use those products so my skin gets better. He also said that he is the manager of the store which i didn't really believe. I ended up buying all the products because he made everything way more cheaper then it was (or he pretended it was) and also gave me some stuff for free. He also gave me his number in case i have questions. now. i think all of it was a scam. I'm Swiss and he was like: "ah all Swiss People are rich haha" which is not true! He also said that his skin used to look bad but not as bad as mine is and that hurt me a little? And i feel like he was trying to scare me with those pictures he showed me from people with pimples and scares and disgusting pores and stuff and he was like this is what's gonna happen if you don't use those products. also after reading all reviews i have to say that i really regret that i bought this stuff. i could go on but this is getting too long. let's see how i feel after i use them.
Purchased in November 2019.
Questions & Answers
Is it safe to use when its already expired?
Just used my open bottle again (expiring on 2021) after a couple of months & surprised that after 10 seconds, no dead cells came off like before when I rinsed it off with warm water. I also saw my skin tightened in the horizontal direction that I applied the gel. Was I supposed to massage it first before dead cells come off?? Am guessing that I bought it late 2018 or mid 2019? Is the tightening the effect of expired product?
I bought a luxury facial collection after being assured it will last me a year. I was in a very vulnerable state emotionally and feel I was massively taken advantage of. May I say your sales team seem to be like MLM representatives with the ethics described on this forum. I am having second thoughts about using the products now.
Please tell me of your training processes and why your representatives are so goddamned slippery smooth and pushy. I suspect a commission basis as a matter of course. This is why I never buy commercial products. I should have stuck with health food store products. At least I feel assured of their ethics.
I’m sure they last a year if you use it sparingly like just 2 times a month, which I have been doing as advised by the Sales Rep I bought it from. But please don’t commit yourself to buying anything if you’re not fully convinced before buying. This goes for any product you buy
Hope this was helpful
Thank you Jenny. I was advised to use it 1 - 2 times a week.
Anyway, I’m over this particular freak out anyway. I do like the effect it had on my skin after first usage.
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|Application||Body and Face|
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