Has anyone heard of Jenny’s Glow? She’s even certified on Instagram. I’m wonder what’s in her products but I’m so tempted to buy from her.
I've heard of her. Been really tempted too but I just had to stop myself. Most of the "testimonies" of her page are iPhone-filteredHas anyone heard of Jenny’s Glow? She’s even certified on Instagram. I’m wonder what’s in her products but I’m so tempted to buy from her.
I've done a lot of research, I know about spas, saunas etc. But I read somewhere that people are mixing creams. I've seen the recipes but there are still mystery ingredients. I'd love to get my hands on some of them but in the US, its damn near impossible to get them unless you get someone to ship them for you.
Some I see repeated a lot:
Kenacol oil (which I suspect is Kenalog, a steroid)
Schenic / Shenic oil
Various Philipino/Thai creams and oils.
These ladies have like day glo white skin in that strong sun..While that's not my goal, anything that can help me step up my game is welcome.
Where can someone in the US get these items?
Anyone who can import these items and sell them will make A LOT of money....just saying...
they use very very little amounts to prevent green veins as they call reactions. I doubt these little amounts will darken.they don’t get dark because they don’t use hydroquinone? Don’t steroids darken you even faster?
The person that posted the review is amazing such a kind person.Bumping this thread!
I just watched a review on Grety Riverson’s Bio Lucent products and it was a 👎🏾.
The person said it made him have green veins and uneven lightening 🙅🏾♀️
Oh I agree! I love him! He’s so honest about the products he’s tried and I love his transparency. He’s the reason I want to try glutathione.The person that posted the review is amazing such a kind person.
Grety on the other hand is evil for selling those disastrous products and lying about the ingredients.