This Viral Review of a Silicone Face Slimmer Is the Funniest Thing We’ve Seen in Ages

This Viral Review of a Silicone Face Slimmer Is the Funniest Thing We’ve Seen in Ages

We’ve all wanted to try out the latest beauty products that claim to make us slimmer, more beautiful and generally a better human being for the low, low price of Buy One Get Another One Free plus $19.95 shipping and handling.

Personally, I mostly ignore those sorts of deals, but this product that claims to slim down “fat faces” is one we just couldn’t go past. And neither could Kristen Hampton, a reporter with WBTV in North Carolina in the US.

Kristen spotted the bright red lip-shaped facial slimmer on Amazon and decided to give it a crack, filming a live Facebook review that has gone viral.

“Product testing the Facial Slimmer Exercise Mouthpiece (which is basically a giant clown mouth),” she wrote, before her hilarious video began.

After more than ten million views, Kristen’s product review has caught the attention of people everywhere, no doubt resulting in these giant lips being sold out at retailers across the world.

No, not really.

“I wanted to bring you something new and exciting that I found on the internet,” Kristen said during her Facebook Live. “I thought you might enjoy, but you probably want to know if it works before you order it yourself.”

Kristen says she ordered the mouthpiece online for US$4.99 and got it in the mail, but no directions came with it.

She read through the instructions that she found on the Amazon product description, sharing that you could even use the mouthpiece in the bath if you want!

“What it’s supposed to do is if you have fat mouth, like these jowls that I have working on here, it’s supposed to slim them down,” she joked. “It’s just a mouth and it’s made of silicone and I’m sure lots of toxic poisonous chemicals, but I’m just gonna put it right in my mouth because you know – beauty first – beauty before health.”

The more she talked, the more she slobbered. She even had to use some tissues to wipe her mouth, and some drool slipped onto her shirt at one point.

“Works on the cheeks, chin. Ugh. Look at that thing, I’d have to keep this in for several hours, not just minutes,” she joked.

The product claims that it makes the movement harder to do, which works the face more “resulting in a more youthful, vibrant face.”

I dunno, it just looks like it would make your gums sore and give you more wrinkles around your now-stretched out mouth to me.

Just look at this thing.

You can purchase one of these remarkable slobber-inducing torture devices on Amazon, eBay and probably in that shitty kiosk that sells all those As Seen On TV knockoffs at the shopping centre for less than ten bucks if you’re game.

Or not.

 

Source: Facebook/Kristen Hampton WBTV Good News

 

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