A new product from an Australian cosmetics brand that claims to reduce wrinkles and reduce the appearance of dry, chapped skin has won over shoppers.
The beauty products company is launching the new product, a shampoo and conditioner called BeautyTroll, which uses an enzyme called PEG-100 and a protein called peptidoglycan to treat the appearance and wrinkles of skin.
It also claims to improve the skin’s barrier function and remove dead skin cells, and claims to help prevent dryness and redness.
However, according to its website, the product does not contain a “salicylic acid or any other ingredients which may irritate the skin”.
Its ingredients are made from “the same ingredients found in the popular salicylic extract and other extracts”.
The shampoo and conditioning shampoo are priced at $22 for a 30-day supply.
“BeautyTroll is a powerful, effective treatment for dry, oily, flaky skin,” the company’s website states.
The company’s products also claim to reduce the number of dry patches on the skin.
“Our products can also be used to help relieve dryness, reduce chapped or cracked skin and prevent dry skin from appearing.”
But customers have also expressed concerns about the product’s ingredients.
“It does smell really awful,” one customer wrote on Instagram.
“Does anyone else feel a little sick from this?,” another wrote.
“This is a potentially toxic product, it’s a cheap, unproven product and it doesn’t help dry, cracked skin.”
The company did not respond to requests for comment.
However, the company says its shampoo and treatment products are safe for use.
One customer said: “Beauty Troll has the right ingredients to be effective.
It is a great product that can be used for many things.
I am not concerned about the ingredients.””
I am a heavy sleeper, and my skin has been very dry and cracked in the past couple of weeks, and I can’t seem to find any help from this product,” another user said.”
The only way I am sure I am going to find relief from my dry skin is to use a product that I trust and love.”
I can’t believe this company is selling this stuff.
It’s a horrible, horrible product.
“According to the company, the shampoo and the conditioner are “100% vegan”.
Beauty trolls claim to be able to treat dry skin with a shampoo.
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