‘Frenemies’ Host Trisha Paytas Announces New Skin-Care Line

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YouTuber Trisha Paytas has had a controversial history on social media, but the podcaster and vlogger has never shied away from sharing their problems with fans and followers. One of the concerns they often talk about is their ongoing bout with acne breakouts. And with all of the costume and makeup changes they make for their YouTube channel and Frenemies podcast, they have tried just about everything to get their skin under control.

Now, Paytas says they’ve found the answer to regulating their skin concerns and they’re launching a new skin-care line to help others with the same issue find clearer skin. “In just six months my skin improved drastically,” said Paytas who created the six-piece system in collaboration with Glow Skin Enhancement.  

The media personality has been working with aesthetician Charlotte Wilson to formulate the hero products in her Miracle Elixir line. In the past, Wilson has worked with other media personalities like Blac Chyna, Towanda Braxton and Ti Taylor to help them develop their own product lines.


#greenscreen formulated by @ilovecharlottewilson / tested and approved by meeeeee TrishSkin.com

♬ Sneaky Snitch – Kevin MacLeod

In a TIkTok video posted after the reveal, Paytas shares some of the early feedback from commenters who approve of the ingedients used in the system. Others were less impressed with the face filters used in the announcement, calling them “a bit much,” but Paytas assures followers that science is there and the products really did work. We’re excited to see the response from their very active fans on how well the line is working for them, too, and hope to see some TikTok skin-care reviews on our For You page.

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