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Amy Huberman Speaks Out After Being Linked To Online Beauty Product Scam

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Amy Huberman has been forced to call in her lawyers after being linked to an online beauty product scam.

The actress took to Twitter to clear up confusion and confirmed she had nothing to do with an ‘anti-ageing cream’ called Dermavix.

She wrote: “Lads and lasses there’s a scam appearing online on sites linking me to an anti-aging ‘beauty cream’ and/or ‘makeup’, one called ‘Dermavix’???! It’s a complete scam and all articles relating to them fabricated so pls ignore! Have legals on it…”

The Dermavix cream apparently promises you the “skin of a toddler” which seems pretty questionable at best – something Amy seems to agree with.

She continued: “Looks like it’s back to the drawing board for science then on that one.”

The Dermavix website screams “scam” pretty much straight away – it says you have to call a customer care line just to find out the ingredients list. And if you do decide to click through to buy the product, you could inadvertently end up trapped in a subscription that seems almost impossible to get out of.

If someone buys the cream, they have to cancel a subscription within two weeks “to avoid enrolment in the Exclusive Dermavix Anti Aging auto-shipment program which sends you a one-month supply every 30 days, starting 14 days from shipment of the first bottle for €99.00 plus shipping and handling of €6.90”.

Sounds incredibly dodgy to us – thankfully Amy’s working on getting the problem sorted ASAP.

She added: “If they do pop up, if you could copy the link and DM them to me on Instagram (can’t here!) so we can go about ridding them we’d really appreciate it!”

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