Not a good thing for me because I was up and wide awake by 3AM.
I started surfing TV because my usual blog reads were asleep and hadn't posted anything for me to read at 3AM TYVM.
I can see how these infomercials can really
There was one I watched a couple times. (Yes, I haven't been back to sleep yet)
Victoria Principal's "Principal Secret". It's a complete cleansing and skin rejuvenating line of products that claim to "put the brakes on the visible signs of aging". I wonder if they're anti-lock.
The whole regime claims to clean, tone, lift, boost and enhance, all the while leaving the appearance of hydrated and tightened skin.
A 30 day supply is just $29.95 plus S/H. Why don't they just say $30 bucks? Like 5 cents is the deal breaker?
If I order this six piece "age breaker" system, I will get THREE bonus gifts. "EyeMazing Eye Cream" "Wrinkle Retreat Lip Wand" and "Skin Refining Thermal Treatment". That's a nine piece system ... almost an orchestra for my face!
As I watched this (a couple times), I kept thinking, Victoria and Andy?
What a mismatch that was. I mean Andy Gibb was the "hot" Gibb brother.
Victoria was Pam Ewing on Dallas ... remember, the whole season was "just a dream" so they could bring Bobby (Patrick Duffy) back the next season after he had died?
And Vickie? How can you promote your natural beauty line, when we all know you were married to famous Hollywood plastic surgeon Harry Glassman? Wait, was he famous for his work or for getting greedy during your divorce and being awarded an obscene amount of money from you? I'm just saying, you're looking a wee-bit nipped and tucked in your commercial.
She has a bottom of the jar guarantee. Try it for 60 days, if I'm not happy return it, even if I have used it all, and I will be given a full refund. (I bet they keep S/H ... I didn't read that far)
What do you think? Have you tried it? Should I?