Macy's Complaint - Afraid of The Truth - Estee Lauder Even Skin Illuninator

Review by geraldv333 on 2011-09-28
I purchased this product and had really horrible, horrible results. I actually felt obliged to inform the public of the possible negative side-effects. Other people had reviewed this products favorably on Macy's website. However, when I published a frank, negative review Macy's refused to allow it to be posted. I have tried a half a dozen times and Macy's keeps rejecting it. So if you buy something at Macy's and are dissatisfied, don't expect to be allowed to speak your piece. Here is the review I submitted:
V=I applied Idealist the very first morning I had it. The fragrance was lovely and it felt like silk on my skin. When I ended my day and looked in the mirror there seemed to appear two horrible, and very obvious frown lines. They were so noticeable I felt it impossible for me to not have noticed them previously. The next morning I decided I was paranoid and foolish, so I applied the product again. When I got home that night the previously very fine lines around my eyes had turned into out and out crows-feet. Was Idealist the cause of these (literally) overnight changes? For a fact I will never know, but there is no way I will ever apply it on my face again. I am useing a great product, Strivectin, in hopes it will help me as it has in the past. Meanwhile, I look ten years older in 2 days then I did 3 days ago, and I am stuck with $100 worth of poison. Buyer-beware!
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-09-28
Posted by Venice09 on 2011-09-28:
That's a scary story.

It's wrong not to allow negative reviews. Try submitting a toned down version and maybe they'll post it. You really shouldn't have to though.

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