Nobdoy is saying that. Beauty products aren't the problem, it's how they're marketed. I think it'd better off if I supply a mental example since I can't find the actual ad online.
Imagine a group of middle-aged fat women with annoying voices gossiping about how expensive shampoos and conditioners are useless and stuff, so they're shown attempting at making their own natural shampoos. Since this is set in the commercial world, they obviously fail at it and are getting frustrated at it. In comes the young hot woman, with perfect silky hair and the fairest skin, the camera focused on her smiling face as her long hair flutters behind her as she walks past the old ugly ladies. Two of the ladies are gaping their mouths at the shock of her beauty, the other is looking at her with envy and smushes her ingredients even faster.
The ad then jumps to the pretty woman's face as a narration plays about how amazing this shampoo + conditioner is, playing these fancy animations of hair being shiny and silky. After that narration ends, we go back to the old ugly ladies who look prettier and younger now. They said something during that prettied up segment, but I don't remember what they exactly said.
There's also the use of the most popular Hollywood stars to advertise perfumes. Like, way to go, industry.