LITTLE People, Big World graduate Audrey Roloff has once again become a pillar of disapproval.
Fans beat up the exreality star for not properly prepping her skin for sun exposure in her latest post on social media.
Audrey, 31, recently shared a snap of the products she uses to soothe her skin after frolicking in the sun on her Instagram Stories.
The items featured in the image were: Active’s Skin Repair Serum, Calendula Cream, and Young Living’s LavaDerm After-Sun Spray.
The former TLC star captioned her stories “Sun Essentials.”
A moderator of an LPBW-themed Reddit thread reposted the photo from the mother-of-three’s Stories on the forums.
Fans flooded the forum post with derogatory comments.
“Who needs sunscreen when you can just do it afterwards?” wrote one fan sarcastically.
A second fan added, “Okay the fact they don’t use sunscreen is really crazy.”
Another captioned it: “So I can relate to her in a lot of ways in regards to the wellness lifestyle.”
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“But that’s crazy. There are many sunscreens on the market that have been rated ‘good’ by the EWG and actually work.”
The featured image that Audrey revealed was one of several snaps she posted to her Stories from her recent tropical vacation.
She is currently vacationing in the Cayman Islands with her husband Jeremy Roloff, 33, and friends.
Before fans ranted about Audrey not using sunscreen, they slammed her husband Jeremy for his hypocrisy.
Last week, Jeremy used his Instagram Stories to share his thoughts on an important issue, but critics weren’t impressed by what he had to say.
He snapped a photo of a sunny lake while his three-year-old son, Bode, walked along the water’s edge.
In the caption above the image, Jeremy wrote, “A good rule to follow regarding the Matrix: if you’re told something, you’re sold something.”
“And you’re rarely sold a product, you’re sold a narrative, because you are the product and the narrative is what you buy.”
Jeremy concluded, “So beware and question your narrative if you haven’t in a while.”
However, some fans were outraged by his message, pointing out that he and his wife Audrey often use their platform to sell or promote products.
One person reposted the image on Reddit, along with the caption, “I love that he doesn’t seem to realize this applies to him and his wife.”
Many other social media users were quick to share their thoughts on Jeremy’s words.
One reply said, “He needs to tell his wife that about a million times because last time I checked her whole agenda is based on it.”
“For me, it’s the lack of confidence,” joked another person.
A third snorted, “Yeah, an influencer telling us not to be influenced.”
Another person scolded: “He must take all the seats! This comes from the guy who makes his living selling marriages, debts and memories to us…”
“I get a second-hand embarrassment. Jer and Auj belong together, they are equally unbearable.”
Jeremy and Audrey own two companies: The Roloff Company and Beating 50 Percent.
The US Sun exclusively announced that on April 24, 2023, the influencers filed a petition with the Oregon Secretary of State’s office to keep both companies.
The new description for the Roloff Company’s annual report reads, “We create marketing content, host a podcast, write books and create resources to help people live more conscious lives.”
The description for “Beating 50 Percent” is “blog, podcast, ad sales, ad content, book sales.”
In 2016, Audrey founded the clothing brand Always More through her company AUJPOJ, LLC.
However, The US Sun previously reported that the state officially dissolved it in September 2022 after it failed to file an annual report for the year.