SOLVADERM REVIEW: DON´T BUY THAT SKIN CREAM!
Are you looking for Solvaderm reviews? Well, I have to tell you something, because I can´t stand bad business practices and uncovered already quite a lot of companies, that have no morals (find more scams here). Solvaderm is another one I like to tell you today about. Why? Because I want you to save your good, hard earned money for companies that create awesome products and are honest with you!
First things first: I have never ever tried anything from Solvaderm, so I can´t even tell you, if these products are good or not. And I will tell you today, why I won´t even try any of their products, even though I got contacted countless times by Solvaderm.
To clarify: I am not an authorized reviewer of Solvaderm, and I am in no way associated with Primark LLC (the owner of the trademark Solvaderm) or endorsed or sponsored by them and this is NOT A skin care review. My writing here is an editorial news comment on the company´s business practices. All opinions stated here are my own. I do not speak for others in any way, shape, or form. While I know that my (smart and witty readers) are well aware of this- Solvaderm seems to be very confused- so this little disclaimer should take away the confusion that Solvaderm seems to have as they just send me this cease and desist letter here and want me to take down this post!
1. SOLVADERM CREATES FAKE FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS TO FOOL YOU!
It looks to me like Solvaderm created fake Facebook accounts (with names like "Angina Berryz", "Anney Auster", "Emma Smith", "Kathy Charles"). These people do not exist in real life in my opinion. I also believe Solvaderm stole pictures from the Internet to create these "fantasy" accounts. Funnily they all seem to be living in L.A. and are outstanding pretty, are Makeup artists and are beauty bloggers as well, which leads me to the next point:
2. SOLVADERM CREATED A FAKE BLOG TO PROMOTE THEIR OWN PRODUCTS!
Yes, in my opinion Solvaderm created a "fake blog" and all their "fake Facebook accounts" write on this "fake blog". The blog is called "thebeautyinsiders". I think this blog is created by Solvaderm for the sole reason to sell their own products. It took me about 5 minutes to figure this one out. A couple clicks on some of these fake posts revealed, that this site will only lead to Solvaderm to sell their products.
3. SOLVADERM CONTACTS REAL BLOGGERS THROUGH THEIR FAKE FACEBOOK ACCOUNTS
Yes, many bloggers of us have been contacted by these (in my opinion) fake bloggers through Facebook and per email. Solvaderm wants us to review their products with very (in my opinion) ridiculous requirements (for example a $7 for a sponsored post lol!). Solvaderm apparently isn´t aware that us bloggers do our homework and yes: we also talk to each other and most of us agree that Solvaderm is not to trust!
My verdict about Solvaderm:
It´s hard to trust a company that does such (in my opinion) sketchy things. I don´t even care for their products now, since I think that they create Fake-Facebook Accounts, and also a FAKE BLOG. This ain´t right, so I can´t recommend trying products from a company that (in my opinion) tries to trick you.
My advise to you: don´t buy their stuff and also don´t work with them in case you are also a beauty blogger.
Just my 2 cents. ;-)