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90 Day Fiance's Stephanie Davison Claims Her Products Prevented Her From Catching COVID-19

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90 Day Fiancé viewers have watched Stephanie Davison spend so much of Season 8 in Belize that they may have thought she's still there on a permanent basis. The American is actually stateside currently and getting back to her day job as the owner of several weight-loss centers in Michigan. Davison recently made a television appearance to promote her business and even went so far as to claim one of her products prevented her from catching COVID-19.

Stephanie Davison appeared on the Michigan-based WoodTV program eightWest and talked about her Skin Envy Non-Surgical Weight Loss Centers, which both sell the peptides Ipamorelin and Sermorelin to customers. During the interview, Stephanie shared an anecdote about conversations she'd had with medical professionalswho allegedly told the 90 Day Fiancé star that taking those injections prevented her from catching COVID-19. In her words:

Almost all my friends got COVID-19. I never did. I'm thankful and now I've been vaccinated so I will not get it ever now. I'm so grateful. I've had people tell me in the medical field that it is probably due to the Ipamorelin/Sermorelin.

Stephanie Davison also talked about the many other supposed upsides of Ipamorelin/Sermorelin injections, which she claimed include age-reversing properties, weight loss aid, and immunity boosts. These injections are said to do around 37 positive things to the human body, and though it's unclear whether or not Davison included her story of alleged COVID-19 immunity in with that number, it's likely.

News of Stephanie Davison's claim has hit the 90 Day Fiancé fandom, some of whom are upset that the star made such bold and reckless claims. It's believed by some that Stephanie's bold statement was an attempt to profit off of pandemic fears, and that she's using the still ongoing health crisis to sell a product that has little to no data backing her suggestion that it's effective against COVID-19. Others on Reddit wondered if her claims could potentially get her company in trouble for advertising unfounded medical advice on TV.

Of course, there are 90 Day Fiancé fans that are seriously questioning whether Stephanie Davison's anecdote had any merit to it at all, and many probably suspect the claim that medical professionals credited her shots with warding off any viruses is heavily exaggerated at best. After all, Stephanie still got the vaccine and claimed she'll never get COVID-19 ever, which of course is not how vaccines work. If Stephanie misunderstood the process of being vaccinated, it's, uh, plausible that she misinterpreted the response those unnamed medical experts had about the injections she makes money off of.

90 Day Fiancé viewers, meanwhile, can continue to follow Stephanie Davison's life online to find any clues as to whether or not she actually brought her ex Ryan Carr's cousin Harris to America from Belize. Harris and Stephanie slept together when she was still with Ryan, and after Ryan walked out on Stephanie during her trip, Harris went to comfort her. Stephanie teased the idea of bringing Harris to America and ending things with Ryan, though we still don't know if she actually ever did.

90 Day Fiancé airs on TLC Sundays at 8:00 p.m. ET. The season hasn't slowed down the drama in spite of COVID-19, and with restrictions slowly being lifted nationwide, one has to wonder if an in-person tell-all could cap off Season 8.

Mick Joest

Mick likes good television, but also reality television. He grew up on Star Wars, DC, Marvel, and pro wrestling and loves to discuss and dissect most of it. He’s been writing online for over a decade and never dreamed he’d be in the position he is today.