Top Celebrity-Hawked Products That Do Absolutely Nothing (PHOTOS)

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Top Celebrity-Hawked Products That Do Absolutely Nothing (PHOTOS)

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Some celebs were paid as much as half-a-million bucks for a single Instagram endorsement, and with that kind of money on the line, some of them were bound to hawk some questionable products.

A plethora of detox teas, waist-trainers, strapless bras and teeth whiteners often flood our feeds, with our favorite entertainers and “influencers” pushing less-than-effective products down our throats.

Here are some of the biggest “Instagram” products you can feel free to avoid. 

 

Top Celebrity-Hawked Products That Do Absolutely Nothing (PHOTOS)
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Flat Tummy Tea

Flat Tummy Tea

It’s tea. If you like tea, do your thing. If you’re actually trying to flatten your tummy, you’re going to need to put in more work than just boiling water.

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Flat Tummy Tea

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It’s tea. If you like tea, do your thing. If you’re actually trying to flatten your tummy, you’re going to need to put in more work than just boiling water.

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Sugar Bear Hair Vitamins

Sugar Bear Hair Vitamins

Not that these babies don’t work as vitamins, but that’s all they are; basic gummy vitamins in a fancy package. Hit up Rite-Aid instead and save yourself some cash. 

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Sugar Bear Hair Vitamins

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Not that these babies don’t work as vitamins, but that’s all they are; basic gummy vitamins in a fancy package. Hit up Rite-Aid instead and save yourself some cash. 

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Waist trainers

Waist trainers

Trainers, cinchers, shapers, whatever you want to call them, only work to shape your body in the moment.

Many medical professionals deny its claim to actually “reshape” your body once you take it off, drink a glass of water or have a decent meal.

Waist trainers

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Trainers, cinchers, shapers, whatever you want to call them, only work to shape your body in the moment.

Many medical professionals deny its claim to actually “reshape” your body once you take it off, drink a glass of water or have a decent meal.

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Coco White Teeth Whitening

Coco White Teeth Whitening

According to LOOK Magazine, award-winning orthodontist Dr. Peter Leigh claims “there has been no evidence to date that this method works.”

 

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Coco White Teeth Whitening

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According to LOOK Magazine, award-winning orthodontist Dr. Peter Leigh claims “there has been no evidence to date that this method works.”

 

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Hairburst Vitamins

Hairburst Vitamins

Similar to Sugar Bear, these are essentially basic vitamins with great marketing.

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Hairburst Vitamins

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Similar to Sugar Bear, these are essentially basic vitamins with great marketing.

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Smile Bright Teeth Whitening Kit

Smile Bright Teeth Whitening Kit

An overwhelming 67 percent of Amazon users give this product a 1 star review, and if you can’t trust Amazon, who can you trust?

 

Smile Bright Teeth Whitening Kit

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An overwhelming 67 percent of Amazon users give this product a 1 star review, and if you can’t trust Amazon, who can you trust?

 

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PureLeef's 'Natural Butt and Breast Enhancement' products

PureLeef's 'Natural Butt and Breast Enhancement' products

Kylie Jenner and Amber Rose’s  go-to butt and boob cream is just that, a cream, which typically isn’t strong enough to “stimulate fat production” (as they claim) beneath the dermis layer of skin.

Also, all good reviews say consistent squats are the key. You do the math.

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PureLeef's 'Natural Butt and Breast Enhancement' products

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Kylie Jenner and Amber Rose’s  go-to butt and boob cream is just that, a cream, which typically isn’t strong enough to “stimulate fat production” (as they claim) beneath the dermis layer of skin.

Also, all good reviews say consistent squats are the key. You do the math.

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Sneaky Vaunt's Vaunt It Push Up bra

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Sneaky Vaunt's Vaunt It Push Up bra

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Call us crazy, but did that drawstring make any difference whatsoever? 

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The Perfect Sculpt’s Push Up Bra

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The Perfect Sculpt’s Push Up Bra

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We have a hard time believing this thing can hold up Coco’s boobs!

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Some celebs were paid as much as half-a-million bucks for a single Instagram endorsement, and with that kind of money on the line, some of them were bound to hawk some questionable products.

A plethora of detox teas, waist-trainers, strapless bras and teeth whiteners often flood our feeds, with our favorite entertainers and “influencers” pushing less-than-effective products down our throats.

Here are some of the biggest “Instagram” products you can feel free to avoid.