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Reversaderm is an anti-aging cream which claims it can take years off your appearance in a matter of weeks. According to Reversaderm’s marketing campaigns, regular application of the cream will enhance complexion and eliminate fine lines, blemishes, and wrinkles. The cream is touted as an alternative to Botox, laser therapy, and plastic surgery which is not only safer but also more effective!
The makers of Reversaderm offer a risk free trial. Sign up, and you will receive one bottle of Reversaderm for free (just pay shipping at handling). If you fail to cancel your free trial within 14 days, you will be charged $89.41 for the bottle of Reversaderm and will continue to receive a new bottle (and a new charge) each month!
Pinning down information about the manufacturer of Reversaderm is difficult. No company description or history is available on the product marketing website. The return address is located in Tampa, Florida.
Reversaderm takes a dual action approach to revitalizing your skin.
First, the cream moisturizes and hydrates the surface of your skin, the aim being to improve complexion and reduce blemishes.
Second, the cream begins to restore collagen on a cellular level. Collagen is responsible for keeping your skin firm and elastic. As you age, your collagen levels naturally begin to diminish; your skin sags in response to loss of collagen. Reversaderm contains peptides (the building blocks of collagen), which help reverse collagen loss, thereby replacing wrinkles with firm, youthful skin.
A full list of ingredients is not available on Reversaderm’s website. However, some general information is given about the cream’s ingredients. The cream is said to contain collagen-building peptides and hydrating substances. All ingredients are marketed as all-natural.
The only ingredient prominently featured on Reversaderm’s website is Matrixyl 3000, a popular collagen-boosting ingredient that has received positive marks from major dermatology reviews. Reversaderm claims that their use of Matrixyl 3000 makes their formula unique; however, Matrixyl 3000 is commonly found in anti-aging creams.
- Formula is based on all natural products, which are safe for your health
- Hydrates skin as well as restoring collagen levels
- Claims to visibly reduce aging within a few weeks of regular use
- Free trial allows you to judge the product for yourself
- Information about the manufacturer is unavailable.
- Information about the ingredients is limited.
- Consumers have reported difficulty cancelling their free trial period before they were charged for the sample product
Reversaderm’s website boasts glowing testimonials from a number of users who saw visible improvement in the appearance of their skin. However, un-affiliated reviews are largely negative. Some users do report seeing improvement in their skin, but more often, users complain that they experienced little benefit and had difficulty cancelling their “free trial” before they were charged $89 for the product.
It is total rip off. I even don’t want to go for details. I catch this in time, so I hope to suffer only from shipping fees, but still it is a very bad business. I am going to file complain to bbb.org. Please, do the same thing, you, probably will get refund through this organization. This company is listed in bbb as Flawless Youth Skin Care. Good luck! – Dema