In 2015, the Federal Trade Commission published its new rules for respecting disclosure.
These rules are established to ensure that web media readers or viewers know whether the blogger or publisher is sponsored, approved or associated with a different company. Readers need to know if the content editor makes money by sharing a link or product.
In accordance with the FTC guidelines, assume the following about the links and publications on this site:
Any / all of the links on beautyshuffle.com are affiliate links for which I receive a small fee for the sale of certain items.
Purchases are made on external websites of affiliated companies: when a reader clicks on an affiliate link located on beautyshuffle.com to purchase an item, the reader purchases the item directly from the seller (not from beat shuffle).
Amazon and / or other companies pay a small commission or other fees to drive customers to their website.
The prices are exactly the same for readers, regardless of whether they buy it through an affiliate link or an unaffiliated link. Clicking on an affiliate link and clicking on an unaffiliated link does not change the price or anything else for the visitor.
Beauty Shuffle uses two main types of affiliate programs:
beautyshuffle.com participates in the Associates Program of Amazon Services LLC, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide website owners with a means of earning rates by connecting to Amazon.com and affiliated sites, as well as other websites that it may be affiliated with. Amazon Service LLC associates program.
If you click on a product affiliate link and purchase the product, I will get a percentage of the sale or other compensation.
Again, the prices are no different if you use these affiliate links. You won’t pay more by clicking on the link. These links are not “pay per click”.
What about sponsored content?
I don’t write sponsored publications. I want to provide authentic and impartial information. However, if a company wants to publish sponsored content in the tap guide, I will post it clearly at the beginning of the publication.
The bottom line is that I only recommend products that I use myself or that I would recommend to family and friends.
Your purchase helps support my research efforts.
Thank you very much! I appreciate you!