Purest Skin Care Review

Purest Skin Care Products is nothing but a scam. They advertise on FB and at the time of my purchase, they said the company was owned by Joanna Gaines. What you think you are getting is a sample for only S&H. But in reality you are signing up to receive products ongoing. They charged me $90 a bottle. I only ordered one, but they sent 2 for $180. I can’t get the money back. My credit card company says if it was delivered. What BS. I will continue to fight this company for my money back until the day I die. How do people get away with this!

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