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Forever Flawless - Ditto for La Jolla

I had the same experience as here recounted so many times. Real scamsters, but very insistent. The price changed ever 5 minutes, and, of course, you will never get this deal again.... Diamonds, now gold in cosmetics? What is the evidence? No one reveals the actual contents-- I asked if there is retin-A in these items and no one knew. In fact, no one knew anything but pushy sales tactics. I was offered a facial "for free" and when I returned a week later, it was the same salesman who merely applied the same product, then another one, and tried to tell me that actually, I needed the second one, of course many times more expensive. Not even a massage. It was just like in the store chair, only lying down in a tiny dark closet behind the main room. To get out of the store, I had to purchase a bag full of products. It is true that some puff up your skin, but is it safe over time? The facial peel gel stuck to the tiny hairs on my face and were very difficult to remove. AVOID!
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Forever Flawless - Hard Pressure sales - similiar to buying a car or timeshare presentation

BUYER BEWARE OF FOREVER FLAWLESS! I was offered a free facial, so, of course, I took advantage of it. I do think that my face looked better immediately afterwards. It was obvious that there were some ingredients that plumped up my skin because it minimized my forehead wrinkles and the wrinkles/indents that frame my mouth. After the facial, the hard sale kicked in. I have to say that it was worst than buying a car or going to a timeshare presentation (well maybe not that bad ;)). The pressure was intense and as we got up to leave, he would say wait, wait let me see what I could do, then come in with a lower price. The price started at $4500 and by the time we finished it was done to $1800 with some other products thrown in. The purchase is a final sale and products are non-refundable after leaving the store. Knowing how much a year's supply of good facial products are, knowing that we need to do what we can on a regular basis to keep our skin looking great, if the sales push wasn't so hard and the price wasn't negotiable and was below $1,000. I probably would have purchased it. I believe they would do much better to have a reasonable price for their products and sell it to everyone for the same price, instead of looking for a sucker. A few things to note: I am informed on products and what goes into a good skin care regime. He was very surprised at what I knew. For example, he claimed the product would sink down to the bottom layer of skin and worked from there. I had to point out to him that the law for all skin products in the USA was that it could only go down so many layers - so how could they sell a product that went down to the bottom layer? He was shocked that I knew this and tried to talk his way out of it. This was one of many fabrications and/or claims that he made. I am not going to spend that amount of money on anything - even after trying it, without knowing more about the product. His deal expired if I walked out the door. Why is that? I have psoriasis and I am not about to purchase a product that I can't return if it triggers my psoriasis (he said he would give me a handwritten refund agreement if it activated my psoriasis - ***). I also have never heard that diamonds and gold benefit the skin - it's just a marketing ploy that will satisfy those looking for something fancy and what girl doesn't love diamonds and gold or to be like a Kardashian? I also wanted to know what the active ingredients were - and he did not provide that to me. I didn't even get to see the label of ingredients (how much gold or diamonds were in there - were they the last ingredient on the list (probably). In summary, if you are approached by an employee of Forever Flawless and don't have thousands to drop on one year of skin care products (only the 3 step mask system), I would steer clear.
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SCAM - Forever Flawless- Turns your face into a prune.

I too was a victim of the terrible face treatment. I was in Vegas with a friend and had a few glasses of wine at the ARIA and was practically forced in the chair. I stupidly bought the product for over 700.00 and the next morning before going to the airport, after waking up with white stuff on my face I couldn't get off and my face looked like a prune with several more wrinkles that I had. I went down and they said I couldn't return the products because I got a free 700.00 facial!! I said what I didn't get an hour facial and I would have never paid that amount for one. I wanted to go to the ARIA management but I would have been late for my plane. Still thinking about calling them though. I am so mad the customer service was terrible at forever flawless. This is such a scam!!
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