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VALKYRAE RESPONDS TO BACKLASH OVER NEW RFLCT SKINCARE PRODUCT FOR BEING A “SCAM”

WHAT HAPPENED?

Valkyrae launched her ‘RFLCT’ skincare line on October 19 with one key purpose: to “protect” users from “blue light pollution” emitted from screens.

The announcement was met with a surge of backlash, with many labeling the products a “scam,” forcing out an early response.

“Your company designs trademarks aimed to fool the average consumer into believing that the product is based on genuine science,” one follower said.

- HASAN

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I don’t believe a blue light is destroying your skin in the way the RFLCT product presents itself, It’s just f**king soap. “This blue light sh*t is bullsh*t.

“I was told to wait until tomorrow to speak,” Valkyrae shared on her private Twitter account ‘itsraechill.’

For the time being, no further response has been provided by either Valkyrae or those on the RFLCT team.