Wish.com is infamous for selling some of the most eye-catching, cheap, and low-quality products on the internet. After watching other YouTubers like Safiya Nygaard try $1 makeup from Wish, or Linus Tech Tips build a PC only using Wish.com, I thought I’d take a look at the various health products Wish has available. Needless to say… yikes. Not only are these products cheap and misleading, some of them are flat out imaginary, such as a mugwort patch that cures “evil” or essential oils that help you lose weight. That being said, it wasn’t a total wash, as I was able to use a dog toothbrush to clean Bear, and scrub my feet clean of dead skin using a foot… device. I was also lucky enough to experiment with these items with chess superstars Alexandra and Andrea Botez! Which item was your favorite? Think we were a bit harsh? Let me know down below.
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