Was at the mall near closing time rushing to get to the exit. Unfortunately I had to pass the Forever Flawless store, which resulted in me being accosted by a younger man working there (exotic accent, just as in the other stories.)
It was all compliments and sunshine (oh you're so cute, you have a wonderful smile, are you from Europe?) as he pulled me into the store, then he started questioning when the last time I washed my hands was and telling me the large pores on my face are from not washing it. (Excuse me?) He tried to put some products on my face which I objected to so he put them on my hands while already telling me what the total was for all the products he wanted to sell me, all of which I knew nothing about. I kept saying no, I can't afford this. I don't want to spend money on this. I don't need this. He would not stop, and now I'm angry at myself for not just leaving. It was getting so ridiculous that I faked a phone call to try and leave and he still wouldn't shut up. Just like all these other stories (which I really wish I had read before hand) he offered me a super secret special deal which I eventually took to just get the *** out of the store. ($50 for a facial cleanser) He kept wanting me to give him hugs for the "great deal" he gave me and before leaving even tried to get me to kiss him??? What the ***??
Luckily my monetary loss was not as big as other victims of this awful company, but the fact that they have any of my money makes me feel like a fool.
I figured I may as well try the product since I paid for it. It did make my skin feel soft right after use, but it also made my skin feel incredibly dry and I had to use my regular night time cream to make the dry itchiness stop. I doubt I'll use it again.
Reason of review: Pricing issue.
Forever Flawless Cons: Entire experience and the product.