Rachel Allen outraged as scam skincare ad appears online

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Rachel Allen has hit back after an ad appeared online, claiming she’ll be swapping her culinary career for one in beauty.

The piece suggests she’s working on a new skincare range – which she has wholeheartedly denied.

“It has come to my attention that both my name and also ludicrous speculation about my career have become falsely associated with a skincare company, who are claiming I am endorsing them,” she said.

“I have no idea where these fake ads have come from, nor who this company is, and can state definitively that I in no way endorse them.”

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The celebrity chef reveals she’s investigating the scam, and urges fans not to interact or buy the product.

“I take very seriously any company who claims this, or any other misleading details about me to be true,” she said.

“We are trying to identify the source, but encourage people not to click on these bogus ads. If anyone has given money to this rogue company, I encourage them to report it, as we are doing ourselves.”

Reassuring fans, Rachel concluded, “As for my career, I can happily confirm I am not leaving the food world.”


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