The manufacturers of Cosmo Skin, the anti-aging brand in the market, are peeved with a post on a social network about Ruffa Gutierrez, the brand’s endorser, allegedly leaving the company for “moral reasons.” The post said,” I can’t work for a company that rips people off. It’s time to tell the truth, starting with what they told me to use.”
Ruffa, herself, wasn’t surprised something like this would spread on social media. “I have several poseurs that maintain accounts in social media,” she said. “I am also used to bashing. But to use me against the company that welcomed me since 2014 is really out of bounds.”
Ruffa met the members of the press last week at Blue Rocket Café + Kitchen in Quezon City. She was accompanied by Bargn Farmsceutici Phils. Co.’s Directors Niño Bautista and Red Gatus.
Both Bautista and Gatus expressed disgust and dismay over the fraudulent social media post putting their company in bad light. Already, the two are mulling over seeking the help of proper authorities in identifying the perpetrator of the malicious post so they can make answerable to the law.
Bargn Farmaceutici Phils Co., makers of the anti-aging and whitening brand
Cosmo Skin, is also planning to file charges against an emerging cosmetics brand for fraudulent and misleading online advertisements that malign the company and long-time celebrity endorser Ruffa Gutierrez.
“The article is obviously a scam. It is malicious. I would never do such a thing to Cosmo Skin. I am a loyal user and I really love its products’ results,” Gutierrez said.
Meanwhile, the BFPC directors are happy and proud to announce that the company bagged the most prestigious “Marketing Excellence” at the recently concluded Watsons HWB Award.