An advertisement appeared in a Boston newspaper on Thursday, February 7, 2013 with a cure for “turkey neck.” The advertisement’s title is: Loose Saggy Neck Skin – Can Any Cream Cure Turkey Neck?”
This is a classic example of a skin cream purporting to have special youth-restoring properties. If you have purchased this product, you may have been misled, and you are encouraged to contact us. The Leonard Law Office, LLP is actively investigating the “anti-aging” industry and we are currently engaged in multiple false advertising cases related to wrinkle creams.
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Below is the actual text of most of the advertisement:
I’m a woman who is 64 years young who suffers from really loose skin under my chin and on my lower neck…
Dear Turkey Neck:
In fact, there is a very potent cream on the market that firms, tightens, and regnerates new skin cells on the neck area. It is called Dermagist Neck Restoration Cream. This cream contains an instant lift ingredient that tightens the skin naturally, as well as deep moisturizing ingredients to firm the skin and make it more supple. Amazingly, the Dermagist Neck Restoration Cream also has Stem Cells taken from Malus Domesticus, a special apple from Switzerland.
These stem cells are actually unprogrammed cells that can mimic those of young skin that stays tight firm and wrinkle free. As an alternative to the scary surgeries or face lifts that many people resort to, this cream really packs a big punch on the loose saggy skin of the neck.
The Dermagist Neck Restoration Cream is available online at Dermagist.com or you can order or learn more by calling toll-free 888 771-5355…”