Brutal Advertising [Pic]

Submitted by: B-diddy 4 years ago in Misc

Hit "em where it hurts... Feelings first, then their wallets.
There are 13 comments:
Female 29
Yeah, Proactive never worked for me as my acne is influenced by my hormones. The only thing that has helped in the long term is Roaccutane.
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Female 582
Spironolactone. Hormone acne sucks and is basically untreatable with topical methods.
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Male 567
@SarahOfBorg
He could give you a facial... well... that`s one thought that the marketing team might have had.
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Male 1,983
I feel so cheated that this wasn`t available during my teenage years.
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Female 3,562
I have a boyfriend, but I don`t think he knows anything more than I do about acne. Why would I ask him what to do?
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Male 7,031

Guess they know their demographic ...

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Female 1,585
Proactive didnt work for me at all! Most of the time, if you have bad acne, its a problem you have to deal with from the inside out. Plus, the Proactive wash and lotion smells AWFUL! I could smell it all day too! Yuck!
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Male 13,630
Always good to embolden the spirit of these fragile sorts nowadays
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Female 6,381
Dove takes the high road, whoever this is has a subway ticket.
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Male 5,872
Get a boyfriend with acne, exchange flui... eugh! what was I thinking?
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Male 257
bill hicks on the subjectmarketing
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Male 7,839
If that is real, it is awesome. I bet its pretty affective as well. Make her feel bad about herself so she will buy your product and feel pretty. Companies have been using that strategy for years.
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Male 460
Link: Brutal Advertising [Pic] [Rate Link] - Hit `em where it hurts... Feelings first, then their wallets.
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