Big deal or just a big (giant) dud?!
How tempting are cheap deals online?? Come one, we’ve all succumbed to them at some point. Only to open your delivery to find some hair product made by Joiso or Dedken instead of Joico and Redken… or even perfume by Caca Channel.
What’s the harm? No big deal?? Many even claim it comes from the same factory, but can you afford to take the risk?? Cheap knock-off beauty products not only harm the reputation of good companies but can also cause irreparable damage to your skin.
When you buy non-genuine products they have not been through the same strict controls as genuine products. Less than savoury ingredients often lurk beneath the surface and you unknowingly rub them on your face and body. It’s just, well, eeeeewwwww.
So don’t risk it. Only buy genuine products. You may pay a tad more than the questionable alternatives available online, but it really is worth it. Celcius only stock genuine products, and ship Australia wide, so there’s no excuse to put your skin at risk.
As the age-old saying goes: you get what you pay for. If a deal seems too good to be true, then rest assured it probably is... and chances are it’s likely to ending up costing you a lot more in the long run too!