BLACK WOMEN TARGET OF MARKETING SCAM

 

Written by: Ashley Tyler

 

“Take this for 30 days and watch how your hair grows,” you say? For the past couple of months there has been an outbreak of hair miracle vitamin pills that have been marketed throughout social media. In the pictures or videos that are posted, we see  lovely African American women with naturally long hair, or a natural hair guru who has been known to have a genetically faster hair growth rate.

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The truth is that yes, some of the products may work but sometimes it doesn’t, it really just depends on the person. When taking the time to actually review the facts, if you are genetically predisposed to have a slow hair growth rate, the vitamins may help, but it will not magically make you have a head full of hair. If you are genetically predisposed to have a faster hair growth rate and are an advocate or marketer for these pills, then you are doing some of your customers an injustice.

 

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