The truth behind the Revitalash images

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    Even late my post that my Revitalash pictures have been used to market a completely different eyelash serum, I have been thinking about how seventeen a company can publish fake before and after pictures to a blogger. False marketing is a crime.

    I have also wondered how the pictures may have become so popular to use, as Dennis M has done the same thing before - although he used them at least to write about the right product.

    BUT after finding out which company (DM Retro) sponsored Annica's posts (which have now been deleted) and contacted them without answer, I happen to read that it is Dennis M himself who owns DM Retro.
    So he knows that the pictures are fake as he has used them in posts several times before, and even linked my blog in one of them (you can read the post here).
    I can no longer care, I have other things to put my energy on. But I'm glad I got clarity on the whole thing, and think it's so damn ugly done. Very sad… And you blog readers actually have the right to find out.
    I stand for everything I write, I do it for your sake and not to "hang someone out". Always be wary of advertising, even on blogs!
    Both of these posts come from the same blog, as well as the owners of the company that markets Lipocils with fake pictures:
    He has even written "you see the result under the picture".
    Is not it completely sick?
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    Helena Amiley
    Helena Amiley
    I write mostly about beauty but also offer glimpses from the entrepreneurial life and the construction of our own camper van. Vanlife here we come!


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