Cosmetic & Beauty Industry, Hair Care

Bloggers and youtubers misguiding the end users!

In this world of social media marketing so many bloggers, youtubers and instagrammers have come up with their own content that suggest you and recommend you for beauty and hair care products.

Fake bloggers youtubers and instagrammers in skin and hair care

Many of them are just doing this for the passion and earning money. Most of them do not have proper knowledge about the products, about the science behind them and the basic science of the skin and hair.

The author of this article who himself is a cosmetologist and hair transplant surgeon has seen so many of these kind of bloggers, who come to get treated for their skin and hair problems.
These bloggers and youtubers and maybe instagrammers or few facebook page owners, consult with certified cosmetologist and hair restoration practitioners doctors when it comes to their own cosmetic skin care and hair fall problems.

But when it comes to posting on the blogs or other social media platforms they write down the content in favour of a particular product, because they either get money or bunch of products for free.

In a way they missguide the reader and highly recommend the products which are actually not at all useful and you can say they are fake.

So next time when you read any blog post or any social media post or if you see YouTube video first confirm the content writers or youtubers authenticity and their knowledge. Also stay away from medicines or products that claim guaranteed treatment or results in just few days to months.

Looks Ki Baat is an initiative to provide authentic and trusted information to our readers and thus it is our duty to warn you about these social media scandals.