Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer

The scammers who are selling Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer tell so many lies even THEY can’t keep them straight. In this ad they claim Elisabeth Hasselbeck left The View to start this product line, but they trip over themselves by saying it was Joy Behar who owns the project. Seems they need a map to track their lies.

DO NOT purchase this product based on these FAKE celebrity endorsements!

Here’s another scammer who wants people to believe that a celebrity has left their television career to tend to their wonderful new skincare line. They’ve tried to convince consumers that Ellen did the same thing.

This time though, they’ve tripped over their own lies.

Their site states:

Yet it appears her return was short lived, with Hasselbeck announcing she is leaving the show again, but this time there is a specific reason behind her departure.

“In 2013 I knew I wanted to do other things, but I didn’t know what that exactly was. I felt a little lost and ended up coming back to The View. But now I have a project that deserves my full attention and unfortunately that means I no longer have time for The View,” she explained.

THEN follows immediately with:

The project Joy is referring to is her wildly popular anti-aging skincare line Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer. The host has spent the past two years developing a line of highly potent and effective anti-aging products that she claims are the solution for those who don’t want to resort to plastic surgery.

Yep, they crossed their celebrities.

They’ve included FABRIQUOTES from every one of The View co-hosts – each accompanied by a picture of the “quoted” host and Hasselbeck together. Check these out:

“The advances Elisabeth has made in the anti-aging skincare industry are remarkable. I wouldn’t believe it if I hadn’t had the chance to try it out for myself. I knew Elisabeth was aging well but thought it was her genetics. After using Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer for two weeks I was already looking years younger.” – Barbara Walters

“I refuse to wear a lot of makeup and thanks to Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer I don’t need to. My skin has never looked better and it looks younger than it did 10 years ago. I love waking up knowing I don’t need to bother trying to cover up my skin.” – Whoopi Goldberg

“I noticed that my skin was looking tired. It was dull and starting to lose its elasticity. Elisabeth gave me a sample of the Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer and the Désir Brillance Ageless Eye Revitalizer and these products are miracle workers. It only took a few days for my skin to be taut, smooth and glowing again just like it was in my 20’s.” – Sherri Shepherd

“I thought there was no way to hide my age until Elisabeth let me try Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer. I had resigned myself to the fact that it was only downhill from here, but with Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer that isn’t the way. Every night that I use Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer I wake up looking younger and more radiant. I can’t believe it.” – Rosie O’Donnell

“It’s hard to believe but all my wrinkles have vanished! They have completely disappeared. I used to have lines around my mouth, eyes and forehead. But after a month of using Désir Brillance Revitalizing Moisturizer my skin is completely smooth without a wrinkle in sight.” – Joy Behar



Before and after photos are among the most compelling methods for convincing consumers to buy.

Naturally, these scammers know that and they’ve included before and after photos of “real people” who have used their product and love it. Like this one of “Lacey Johnson”, for example.

She looks good, right?

Everything’s a little higher and tighter. This stuff really works!

Only one little problem… look what I found on a site where cosmetic surgeons can show off their work:

In addition to the completely bogus FABRIQUOTES, and before and after photos, they’ve also included a big batch of TESTIPHONIALS as icing on the con-cake.



So, after you’ve read all of this information, and you click on the link to try the free sample bottle, something REALLY INCREDIBLE happens.

Wait for it…

Yep! It leads to a page for another scam product – FireTrim Garcinia – a “weight loss” supplement that has absolutely nothing to do with any of the skin care product lies they’ve been feeding consumers up until now.

They don’t realize they did it, of course, but I can tell you exactly why it happened.

The scammer is an affiliate marketer who is peddling shoddy products of all kinds and using their bogus material again and again – changing a few words here and there to make it fit the product. It’s the same reason why they mixed up Elisabth and Joy’s names. They had used a similar ad saying it was JOY who was going into the business and, when they decided to use ELISABETH’S name at a later date, they got sloppy in changing their ad copy.


If you make the mistake of taking the scammer up on the “free trial” offer for either one of these cons, the offer will be anything but free. They’ll gather your credit card details in the guise of using it to cover shipping charges, then they’ll hit you with HUGE charges over the next 30 days.



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