Many of us watch HGTV, and one of the shows we love the most is “Fixer Upper.”
But could the stars of that show be leaving to sell cosmetics?
A headline popping up on many people’s phones and Facebook news feeds is shocking. It reads: “HGTV Nightmare: Joanna Gaines leaves show to start a cosmetic line.”
But it’s best not to believe everything you hear. Read on so you don’t end up waste your money.
It looks identical to other anti-wrinkle creams
But wait a second: Derma Folia looks almost exactly like another cream, Satin Youth, supposedly sold by Ivanka Trump.
Last month, Lisa Zillich told me how her $4 trial of Satin Youth turned into hundreds of dollars of credit card charges, because she missed the quick 14-day cancellation period.
“I called and asked him, ‘Who owns this company?'” Zillich said. “And he told me Ivanka Trump. And I told him this can’t be ‘the’ Ivanka.”
But the phone rep told her it, indeed, was Ivanka’s cream.
A Google search found Ivanka Trump’s photo on several fake news reports for skin cream.
Only this time, the product was Illium Cream, not Satin Youth. Another time, it was a product called Bisou Wrinkle cream.
All three ads, though, are identical to the Derma Folia ad, supposedly Joanna Gaines’ new skin care line.
They all feature the exact same model — and same $4 “risk-free trial” with the same 14-day return period before you are charged $99.
We have emailed these products several times for more information, but they have never gotten back.
What you need to know
- Joanna Gaines has not launched any such line of skin cream.
- She has nothing to do with Derma Folia.
- She is not leaving HGTV.
- Ivanka Trump is not selling anti-wrinkle cream, either.
We traced these products to a warehouse in Utah, but people there told us they did not know who was behind it. They also have a post office box in Santa Ana, California, that is also the address of a number of nutritional supplements.
Lisa Zillich wants other women to beware these trial offers that can become very costly.
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