Fans called out Kourtney Kardashian for scamming them. Last year, she launched her Lemme supplement brand. They accused the 43-year-old of lying to them. She released her “Lemme Fall in Love” organic flower elixir drops in time for Valentine’s Day. However, fans weren’t feeling the love. Keep on reading to learn more about this latest backlash.
Is Kourtney Kardashian ripping off fans?
Kourtney Kardashian released her “Lemme Fall In Love” Organic Flower Elixir Dietary Supplement for $25. It contains eight herbs along with glycerin and water. According to the instructions, you should “take 1 – 2 drops by mouth or add to your favorite drink to feel the love.” This magical elixir helps people to feel love and to share that love with others.
“Love harder, fall deeper: our limited edition organic flower elixir is expertly formulated with a botanical blend that lifts your spirit, promotes passion and opens your heart to loving energy.”
Kardashian fans aren’t buying the new product. They want to know more about the herbs that are contained in the elixir. The bottle is only 30ml or 1oz. Fans don’t think the magical little bottle has the herbs it claims. They want to know more information on what kind of herbs are in the elixir.
One fan took to Reddit to talk about Kourtney Kardashian’s new product. They questioned the price and the size of the bottle. Others had jokes about the Lemme product. Fans called out Kourtney for lying to them about the product’s effectiveness.
- “Lemme just throw my money straight into the bin.”
- “Lemme rip you off.”
- “There is no way any person on this planet has ordered a 3 pack of this petal water bs.”
- “Lemme not waste any money.”
Lemme products called into questioning
Kourtney Kardashian loves alternative health and wellness. It’s why she founded her Lemme brand. This isn’t the first time that Kourtney has been called out for not having actual ingredients in her products. Last month, experts claimed that her “Lemme Pure Vaginal Health Gummies” is “harmful” and “pushing a myth.”
The supplement contains pineapple and vitamin C along with clinically-studied probiotics. Kourtney Kardashian has been called out for her marketing tactics. Some fans called her ad campaigns “tacky.” They don’t understand what’s the meaning behind the ads when none of the focus is on the supplements or the health benefits they provide.
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Most of the ads feature Kourtney or her sisters wearing next to nothing. Her lifestyle brand, Poosh, has also been slammed for questionable content and expensive prices. She promoted a $999 Valentine’s gift basket that had fans scratching their heads. Kourtney hasn’t addressed any of the criticism with her brands.
What are your thoughts? Do you agree that Kourtney Kardashian is scamming her fans with a lie? Have you bought any of her Lemme products? Sound off below in the comment section.
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