Beauty

Hey good lookin’ – yes, we’re talking to YOU! We think you are beautiful, yet there are plenty of companies trying to convince you otherwise. They sell a variety of beauty products that claim to make you look younger, sexier and/or slimmer with creams, jeans, lotions, facial scrubbers, and more. 

Of course, there’s nothing wrong with trying to look your best and many beauty products simply offer a chance to enhance what you’ve already got. But there are also a whole slew of SHADY companies that make unreal promises and/or tempt you with a supposed free trial. Consumers of these beauty products end up with a huge credit card bill and a drawer full of junk that doesn’t work. 

To help you figure out which is which, we’ve devoted an entire section to beauty: take a look at our reviews below. If you’ve tried any of these products be sure to let us and others know which are great and which are scams to be avoided at all costs!

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Slim Jeggings

Slim Jeggings

186 reviews

Slim Jeggings by Genie are a pair of stretchable leggings that look like designer jeans that the manufacturers promise will fit and flatter women of all sizes. They insist that their blend of cotton,...

Personal Pedi

Personal Pedi

92 reviews

Personal Pedi by Laurant is a handheld battery-powered foot-grooming tool that claims to removes dead skin and calluses. They say the mineral roller spins at 1,800 RPMs to blast away flaky skin and...

TLS Hair

TLS Hair

77 reviews

TLS Hair is a supplement that the sellers promise will give you thicker, longer, stronger hair, hence the name. They promise it will promote healthy hair growth, increase density, as well as...


Beverly Hills MD

Beverly Hills MD

70 reviews

Beverly Hills MD is a line of “cosmeceuticals” created and pitched by a pair of Beverly Hills plastic surgeons Dr. John Layke and Dr. Payman Danielpour that claim to have broken new...

Silk Advanced Biotin Complex

Silk Advanced Biotin Complex

61 reviews

​Silk Advanced Biotin Complex (aka Silk Hair) promises women if you take this supplement you will have longer, thicker, fuller hair in just 21 days. They tout Silk Hair’s “cutting...

3 Way Poncho

3 Way Poncho

47 reviews

The 3 Way Poncho is a new woman’s oversized top touted by Suzanne Somers who claims it’s versatile, comfortable, and appropriate for everywhere from the office to the cocktail party. They...

Yes! By Finishing Touch

Yes! By Finishing Touch

40 reviews

Yes! by Finishing Touch is the latest in a recent slew of painless follicle removal products unleashed to the (hairy) masses. This claims to use patented “Sensa-Light Technology” to...

Aimee Age Correction

Aimee Age Correction

39 reviews

Aimee Age Correction is a cosmetic cream that claims to have a breakthrough formula that contains vitamin C, which they state, when delivered topically to the skin helps replenish collagen lost due...

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Personal Pedi

Personal Pedi

Stephanie: It started out working great. I used it twice and a piece broke off inside. So I decided to get a second one, used it once, put new batteries in the second time & it doesn't work anymore....

Amish Cleaning Tonic by Dutch Glow

Amish Cleaning Tonic by Dutch Glow

Shirley: This product is a total rip off. Do not buy for any price. I was very disappointed.


Red Copper Pan

Red Copper Pan

G. Chapman: I seasoned the pan per directions, made an omelet and it stuck to the pan. Easy to clean but hard to get off stuck on cheese. My T-Fal pans work better.

Veggetti Pro

Veggetti Pro

Jill Mead: Received for Christmas. Love it! Fun and easy. Looking for more low-calorie recipes.


Copper Chef

Copper Chef

James Legner: Maybe I received a defective pan because when frying eggs, they always stick during cooking. But after the heat is off, it cleans up as advertised.