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Every time I see this Hydroderm ad, I shake my head. It's one thing to claim that your product can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, it's another thing to provide a completely unbelievable photographic simulation of before and after. From senior citizen to middle-aged woman with a few applications of Hydroderm? Doubtful.

chiquita29 chiquita29 9 years
This is so funny, I can't believe anybody would ever fall for this!
skigurl skigurl 9 years
hahah simulated by about 2 generations i should buy this for my granny, and then we can be twins
Beauty Beauty 9 years
"Simulated imagery" is in fine print. Simulated indeed.
brittanyk brittanyk 9 years
My boyfriend and I were watching an informercial the other day for a weight loss pill and they'd show the before and afters and it was like 80% of the time the people didn't even look the same! I can't believe that people look at ads like the one above and believe they work that well.
dkaanoi dkaanoi 9 years
Why do ads always do that!?? I especially hate watching infomercials that overexaggerate too!
jessie jessie 9 years
yea..right...give me a break!
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