Melania Trump Skin Care Line... a #SCAM! #FLOTUS
You know me: if I stumble on something that does not seem right, I research it and then I tell you all about it! ;-) So last week I stumbled on this tweet:
"Numbers Don’t Lie! Melania’s Fortune Worth More Than Donald’s Because Of New Anti Aging Skin Care Line!"
What? Melanie Trump owns a skin care line? Interesting! I want to know all about this! ;-)
And here is what the article notes:
"Melania Trump may only be 46 years old but it turns out that our first lady is running one of the highest-earning companies in the country.
Few people know this, but the stunning blonde quietly launched a skin care company last year and has been coy about her successful stint as CEO. Melania admits she purposely avoided publicly announcing her business because she wanted to make sure the company could stand on its own two feet.
“I was worried people would just associate it with my famous family and I felt as though that was be a huge disservice to the company. The products we produce really are life-changing and they deserve to be recognized on their own merit,” Melania explained.
The product she's talking about is the Derma ProMedics which has taken the world by storm. The product is repeatedly selling out within minutes and Melania says her number one struggle as CEO is sourcing enough products to be able to adequately service the demand."
And guess what, at the end of the article, you can buy her "secret skin care line". LOL!
I think it is quite ironic that people commented to this tweet with all kinds of responses, from mean comments about Melania´s looks, to comments on how much money she spends on her beauty, to other suggestions of cosmetic procedures she did and lastly comments that we shouldn´t support her skin care company. But nobody mentions the- to me very- OBVIOUS fact, that these are yet again: FAKE NEWS!
This whole article is a scam.
Melania is absolutely not the owner of this skin care line and not affiliated with them in any way.
This company is only using her face to sell their own sh!t. And -like always with these scammers- not only do they use her face with false claims, nope, after a little googling here and there you will also find that these are credit card scammers as well- you know: the old game to keep charging after your initial charge, no returns allowed and so forth. Always the same with these scammers.
The whole thing is just a lie. And so is the skin care. Please don´t buy anything from his brand.
Vicente Borror is on Linkedin the president of Derma ProMedics- probably also a fake account. I think it is funny that his profile also states that he is the "SEO" of Derma ProMedics. What? He is the search engine optimization of Derma ProMedics? Or is it just bad case of English and they meant he is the "CEO"? (and yes I am realizing the irony as my English might not be the best either lol).
But Derma ProMedics is not the only company that claims Melania is using their products- or even worse: owning the skin care line.
I found the exact same article as above with the same wording and photos- but this one leads to Ziladerm!
Notice also how they make it appear as if this article would be published on Cosmopolitan. Even the url appears at first sight real. But it is not. This was never published on Cosmopolitan.
Here the exact same article. This article as also never "as seen on New York Times, Today, O, Stylewatch or redbook". BS!!! This is all to make it appear real.
So in this article all of a sudden "Ziladerm" is Melania´s skin care line. Nope. Just like Derma ProMedics she has absolute no affiliation with them. I can only imagine that these are the exact same people like the people behind Derma ProMedics and I am assuming that they own many similar brands as well.
MORE SKIN CARE SCAM BRANDS:
Here are a couple more of skin care brands that are using the same shady business practices (many more celebrities are used as being the owner or user of these brands such as Kellyanne Conway, Joanna Gaines, Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump, Scarlett Johansson, Ann Coulter, Joy Behar, Ellen Degeneres, Meryl Streep, and Kate Middleto), so please don´t buy anything from them either:
Aqua Refine, Parisian Glow, Nuvaclear, Vlamorous, Angele, Lumanere, Femora, Annabella Allure, Le.baleux, Aqua Refine, Avalure, Junivive, Abella Mayfair, Juvarelle, Premium Brand, Lunata, Juvalux, AlluraDerm, Skin Opulent, Wrinkle Coutoure, ZKO skin care, Ethereal, Atheno...
...unfortuntaley the list is endless (they must make millions with their scam skin care brands?!? I certainly don´t hopw so)... but the picture seems always the same! Haha!
|Haha- same picture that Ziladerm uses! ;-)|
|Wait- again the same picture?!? le.baleux: another scam!|
I guess, you can see now clearly that this is a scam? Why do people still fall for this? Please don´t buy from some "online brand"- pick brands that you can actually buy in a store!!!
Melania Caviar Complexe
So, does Melania actually own a skin care line? She actually used to really own a skin care line: the Melania Caviar Complexe C6 Collection!
What happened to this brand?
Melania Trump signed in 2012 a contract for this skin care line that you could buy at Lord and Taylor. She claimed back then that caviar was the most hydrating and age-defying substance out there, explaining that she’d developed the line herself, hired a chemist herself, that she’d spent years on it, that she’d used similar creams on her own skin for years.
Its prices ranged from $50 to $150 and included a firmer, a moisturizer, a night cream and an exfoliator.
But only a year after Melania signed the contract, the company imploded. Strange financial allegations lead to many lawsuits back and forth between Melania and her own company. A year later, Melania sued New Sunshine for $50 million, the amount she felt she would have made had the product been properly launched. She settled out of court. Over and out with her skin care line. (I have my information from racked.com)
So as of today, nope: Melania Trump does not own any skin care brand!