The Dumbest Beauty Products Found On Ebay

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Ridiculous photos featured below is a series “Beauty Warriors” by Evija Laivina. It shows strange and hilarious beauty products she found on eBay, most items were made in China. These products promise instant cures to almost all beauty problems.

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

You can actually buy this stupid thing on eBay!

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  1. The antidote to all or any of those is a wedding ring.

  2. civilian May 6, 2019

    I’ll take the face mask and nose straightener please.

  3. Women are the no. 1 enemy of the environment. Just stop consuming useless stuff. Mmkay, kthx.

    • The Old Man on the Mountain Alamut May 7, 2019

      Strange argument. Formula 1 is mainly watched by males and is hardly a environmental friendly.

    • Strange whataboutism. How many men buy a Formula 1 car?

    • The Old Man on the Mountain Alamut May 8, 2019

      I agree – very few man buy a formula one car. But Formula 1 is paid by sponsors and they pay because people watching Formula 1 and therefore everybody watching Formula 1 is consuming it. And Whataboutism is diverting from an issue by drawing the attention to a true or alleged fault of the opponent. By I countered an argument that women are number 1 enemy of the environment by pointing out that man consume useless stuff TOO and therefore prove the original argument is faulty. Next!

    • “Whataboutism (also known as whataboutery) is a variant of the tu quoque logical fallacy that attempts to discredit an opponent’s position by charging them with hypocrisy without directly refuting or disproving their argument”

      How about countering my argument that women are the no. 1 environmental villains, because they consume this kind of crap (among other vanity consumables, like make-up)?

    • The Old Man on the Mountain Alamut May 9, 2019

      Fine – you can find the wikipedia entry about whataboutism and copy and paste the first line. But did you have a good look at the article? Because than you would came to the conclusion by accusing me of whataboutism you actually did engage in an act of whataboutism because you did not discuss my argument but accuse me of a fault, funny enough whataboutism. Anyway – do you have statistical proef of the fact that the total damage per woman done to the environment exceeds these done by a man? Though so.

    • You’re correct, I don’t have proof for my claim, nor do you of the opposite I guess, or you’d have destroyed my argument with facts. I base my claim on empirical evidence that is all around us. Go to any mall, and categorise vanity consumption estate by gender per square meter. If it doesn’t sell, it’s replaced with something that does. I sincerely hope someone makes a study about the ecological footprint of vanity consumption.

  4. Anonymous May 6, 2019

    these things take vanity to a new level and surprise, they are all women products, at least as depicted. A bit of advice: be happy for what you are not what you think you should be.

  5. The gel eye mask is the only useful product on this list. It’s marvelous if chilled then put on your face when you have a monster sinus headache. Those with allergies would understand.

    • Anonymous May 7, 2019

      Indeed. The other stuff won’t have lasting effects. As long as you don’t change the bone structure, nothing will help.

  6. A Satisfied Customer May 7, 2019

    Now I can get a facelift AT THE SAME TIME as I’m pursuing my career as a ninja!

  7. Common Sense Sez May 7, 2019

    These devices, if worn over long periods of time, will reshape the face or parts thereof much in the manner of “gauging” one’s ears, binding feet, or neck, or head. It also is effective in remaining single.

  8. Troubleman May 7, 2019

    Relaxing eye masks definitely work.

  9. Anonymous May 7, 2019

    That isn’t a “face slimer”….just ask Larry Sinclair

  10. White Boy w/Asian Wife May 7, 2019

    Weird how many of them are an attempt to look less Asian and more European. Call bull*&%t on that. Stupid.

  11. Ear shapers are a real thing. They are typically used with young infants, and they work quite well.

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