And this is my new delivery of fillers: I needed a few boxes of Volift, known in the US as Vollure, so I decided to save on shipping and order a few other bits just to replenish what was sold in the last few days. Usually my deliveries are much larger than that.
So, to all of you who doubt that I really sell fillers… as you see, I really do!
Also, if you follow me on this news feed, by now you should recognize my hand and my manicure 😁 This is a proof that I didn’t download this picture from another website. Actually, only a few more days to go before I get my nails done again and they will be of a different color! 💅
Jokes aside, I would like to point out that although I am a small merchant, I keep In Stock about 98% of products sold within my store – unlike some large sellers who call themselves “GLOBAL” suppliers of fillers and never have any in stock. How do I know? Well, if I get a request for something that I don’t sell, I source it. Therefore I approach all the companies operating in this industry with whom I’m well acquainted thanks to networking at the medical aesthetic events. And what I’ve noticed is: regardless of what product I’m after, they just NEVER have it in stock!! This always makes me wonder: how the heck can you call yourself a “GLOBAL” supplier if you never have anything in stock?
Anyway, sorry for the long rant and thank you for reading this post.
Wishing you all to have a fabulous weekend! 💃🍸🕺