Never Buy These Beauty Products From Marshalls, Shopper Warns

Many content material creators have gone viral for sharing which magnificence and skincare merchandise to by no means buy from retail manufacturers. Now, a lady is raking in views for telling viewers what merchandise to keep away from at Marshalls. 
Ella (@ella.jc_), a nursing pupil who shares magnificence and skincare recommendation on TikTookay, lately posted a video sharing merchandise to “steer clear of.” Among them had been numerous peel-off face masks, which the coed stated would “peel your pores and skin barrier off with it.” Also, a $15 Mario Badescu set that got here with rose physique cleaning soap, rose lip balm, rose hand cream, and facial spray.
“It’s actually fragranced water,” Ella wrote. 
Next up was COCOmagic shampoo and conditioner merchandise. Ella additionally warned viewers in opposition to haircare merchandise from the model Luseta, as a consequence of their low ranking on Yuka, a “cellular utility that scans meals merchandise to get clear info on the well being influence of the merchandise you devour.”
Lastly, she suggested viewers in opposition to shopping for the Aztec Secret clay masks. 
“I feel there are higher masks on the market tbh…,” she wrote. “But if it really works for you, that’s nice.”
The Daily Dot has reached out to Ella through TikTookay remark and to Marshalls by e mail. As of Sunday morning, Ella’s video had over 464,400 views.
In the feedback part, some viewers agreed with Ella’s evaluations, whereas others stated that the merchandise she suggested in opposition to labored nice on them.
“Luseta works wonders on my hair,” one viewer stated. 
“The luseta hair oils are sooo good,” one other wrote.
“I all the time stroll across the magnificence aisle with yuka open lol,” a 3rd viewer added.
“Coco magic made my hair soo dry,” a fourth viewer claimed.

And lots of people suggested Ella in opposition to utilizing Yuka, a cellular app the place clients can scan barcodes and immediately see evaluations and a product’s well being influence.
“Y’all must cease utilizing that Yuka app manufacturers pay to get good scores on that,” one person stated.
“The yuka app is an opinion app,” one other wrote. “There’s movies debunking the app on how ‘correct’ it’s.”
This is at the least the third video from Ella sharing which Marshalls merchandise to keep away from. To be certain, she’s additionally advised viewers which merchandise from there she likes. One current video, as an example, was a slideshow of Christmas merchandise and “vacation finds” she thought had been good present concepts. She’s additionally made movies of merchandise to purchase (and keep away from) at each Target and Sephora.

*First Published: Dec 17, 2023, 1:00 pm CST

Alexandra Samuels

Alexandra Samuels is a nationwide political reporter and contributor to the Daily Dot, the place she began as an intern overlaying politics in the summertime of 2016. She enjoys all issues Marvel, maintaining with the newest TikTookay developments, lengthy walks along with her pup, and studying murder-mystery novels.

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