Butler, PA (PRBuzz.com) January 31, 2013 -- An information product that shows people how to treat acne and other skin care problems, Purely Primal Skincare - Skintervention , has been creating waves on the web. It has spiked the attention of people on the consumer reviews website, LikeMe.net, where participants have been talking over its merits,
The controversy has shown itself on the LikeMe.net web site, where users have jumped into the discussion. One remarks on natural remedies, and how the risk is always there that they're just a placebo effect, saying "I don't want to say that all natural remedies are a con. No, I wouldn't...". Another remarks on caveman fads are overrated., saying "Paleo skincare? I'd heard about all this Paleo stuff because of all the Paelo diets that have...". The complete text of the opinions of the two users is listed on the LikeMe site.
Things of this nature often attract vehement opinions. The vendors are offering a thing that solves a lot of issues for many people. Yet the question people often have is - is their solution legitimate? In the case of Purely Primal Skincare's 'Skintervention', it appears that the controversy on this issue will continue.
LikeMe.net is a privately owned web startup. Their site provides user reviews on many types of services and individuals. The site is integrated with the Facebook API to permit end users to easily talk about their Facebook friends.