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buying things from tiktok ads: cursed face massager ?‍♀️ #shorts

buying things from tiktok ads: cursed face massager ??‍♀️ #shorts

We're back with another episode of trying things from TikTok ads so you don't have to, and today we're testing out the microcurrent lifting face massager from Liftin. The packaging gave off major dropshipping vibes, and the shape was eerily similar to a previously tried cursed eye massager. Despite the small strap size, I decided to give it a go. However, the experience was not pleasant. The electromagnetic current was overly aggressive, even with a barrier of lotion on the face as instructed. It was too painful to use for more than a few seconds. This article dives into the details of this TikTok ad buy gone wrong.

I did get major drop shipping vibes; packaging; microcurrent lifting face massager; Liftin; cursed eye massager; aggressive electromagnetic current; pain tolerance.

FAQ

1. Was the microcurrent lifting face massager from Liftin effective? Unfortunately, the reviewer found the electromagnetic current to be extremely aggressive and painful, making it challenging to use for more than a few seconds.

2. Who would this microcurrent face massager be suitable for? The reviewer suggests that this product may only be suitable for individuals with child-sized faces and an incredibly high pain tolerance due to the discomfort experienced during use.

3. Can using lotion as a barrier help with the discomfort caused by the microcurrent face massager? While the reviewer tried using lotion as a barrier on the face, they found that it was still too painful to allow the massager to touch their face for an extended period.

4. What caution should be taken before purchasing a microcurrent face massager? Buyers should be aware of the potential for aggressive electromagnetic currents and discomfort when using such devices, as highlighted in this review of the Liftin microcurrent lifting face massager.