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Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer Review – Free Trial?

Teresa Walker March 24, 2012 22
Title: Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer Review – Free Trial?
Reviewed by Teresa Walker on Mar 24
Rating: 1.0


Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer Overview

Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer promises to be the last moisturizer you will ever need.  According to their website, using  Bellalabs will plump and rejuvenate your skin for lasting health and beauty.  With their special formulation, you will see a 400% increase in moisturization in less than three days.  You will see a 200% increases in firmness after just a week.  And you will notice a 70% reduction of fine lines after just four weeks of use.

Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer ReviewBellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer Ingredients and How They Work

Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer relies on two proprietary formulas to achieve these incredible results.

First is the Elastin Formula.  This formula includes peptides that turn back the effects of aging at the cellular level by reducing the appearance of wrinkles.

Next is the Collagen Formula which produces younger-looking skin within minutes of application.  Collagen is what keeps young skin looking firm and smooth.  As we age, our natural production of collagen slows down, causing skin to become thin and fragile.  This formula stimulates the skin cells to produce more collagen which smooths, plumps, and firms your skin.

Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer also contains Vitamin E, an antioxidant to help protect skin from free radical damage.  Vitamin E also doubles as a rich moisturizer to help keep skin well-hydrated and looking soft and dewy.

Apply Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer twice daily to your clean, dry face and neck.  You can add it to your current routine or use it alone.  Either way, the website claims that you will look and feel 10 years younger.

Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer Free Trial Offer

This anti-aging serum is one of the many products available through a free-trial offer that’s not actually so free.  When you order, you are initially charged only for shipping.  There is a trial period that in this case lasts for 14 days.  The fine print will tell you that if you do nothing, after 14 days, your credit card will be charged the full amount of $78.63.  At the same time, you are enrolled in their auto-ship program.  Every 30 days, they charge your credit card an additional $78.63 and send a new 30-day supply.

If you are not happy with Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer and don’t want to be charged, you need to cancel and return the product within the 14 day period.  This 14 days starts from the day you place the order, not when you receive it.  Effectively, you have about a week to try the product, decide if you like it, and return it if you don’t.  This is clearly not enough time to test a product that’s supposed to give you results in 28 days.

Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer isn’t the only product that uses this deceptive, yet legal, method to ensnare customers into repeat business.  There are dozens of them.  It has become a popular way for skin care marketers to make a tidy profit from customers unintentionally signing up for ongoing purchases.

Where to Buy Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer

Currently, the only way to buy Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer is through the free-trial offer.  You will be charged $4.95 for shipping up front.  Then the $78.63 monthly charge will start taking effect, including for your initial “free” product.

Conclusion

This is one of the many anti-aging skin care marketers who use the “free-trial offer” to get unsuspecting customers to continually buy their products.  Their products probably do offer some degree of anti-aging or anti-wrinkle results.  But there is nothing revolutionary about Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer to merit the high cost.  Our recommendation is to stay away from these types of deals.  Their marketing is deceptive, and there are countless tales of customers who’ve had a great deal of difficulty canceling the charges once they start showing up on their credit cards.

Have You Used Bellalabs Instant Wrinkle Reducer?  Leave Your Review Below!

22 Comments »

  1. Kathie March 1, 2014 at 7:05 am - Reply

    I am wanting to send back the two bottles/jar I received but have lost Bellalabs address (I too was duped and was at least able to get $44.00 of my money back)….could anyone provide me with their address? I’ve lost it and am having trouble getting through to them on the phone. It would be much appreciated!!

    • Rachel Williams
      Rachel Williams March 2, 2014 at 12:40 am - Reply

      Hi Kathie,

      I found 2 addresses on the Bellalabs website. Arclight Ads Limited, Bellalabs, PO Box 99852, San Diego, CA 92169 and Bellalabs, 2683 Via De La Valle #G516, Del Mar, CA 92014. Hope that helps!

      Rachel
      WomensBlogTalk.com

  2. dorothy November 19, 2013 at 11:00 pm - Reply

    wish I had read this – saw the Dr Oz, of whom I do not follow – and was out of this country from a week after the 1st shipment (didn’t peel off that label to read it needed cancelling) – and when I got back to my mail in this country (MN) – I then peeled it off and called – only to find it had to have been cancelled at the first receipt!!!!! False, misleading advertising – and overpriced!!!!

  3. Terri November 18, 2013 at 4:04 pm - Reply

    I was duped! Not as badly as some as i knew I had to call within 14 days of ordering, but I called in 6 days of ordering, never opened the pkg when I saw the parabens and now I have to pay to send it back! Ugh! Bad company!

  4. Donna foster September 30, 2013 at 11:05 pm - Reply

    This is a total scam. The free offer is only good up to 14 days and then you are charged the full amount for the product without your permission. This product does not state the ingredients on the offer and it contains 5 paraben items in the product. These are carcinogenic and alter endocrine bodily functions. These are poison and do not purchase these products!!!!

    • carmen gradini November 4, 2013 at 9:59 pm - Reply

      I have just found out about this SCAM , I recently bought the cream. supposedly a free trial only pay shipping and handling. BS. I called today only to ask for information on what amount of cream to apply and if it can be used under makeup. and the answer that I got. was that , they had sent me a 30 day supply,and I owed them money, and I had to send the jar of cream back, Hell broke loose!!!!! Amy; will try to get my money back, thanks for the advise. !!

  5. Marva Van Pelt September 6, 2013 at 5:35 pm - Reply

    I to was duped into paying the $87.63! Went to take money out of account only to find I didn’t have any! Watch out for anything that says free trial I guess, should have known better. Didn’t think about disputing charge on credit card! Will check into that for sure!!!!!

  6. Michaela September 5, 2013 at 11:57 pm - Reply

    I GOT MY MONEY BACK!

    • Rachel Williams
      Rachel Williams September 6, 2013 at 12:29 am - Reply

      Hi Michaela,

      That’s great to hear! Thanks for letting us know.

      Rachel
      WomensBlogTalk.com

    • carmen gradini November 4, 2013 at 10:01 pm - Reply

      How did you get your money back? Please tell!

  7. Michaela P. September 5, 2013 at 7:21 pm - Reply

    I too have been duped by their FREE TRIAL! I called to cancel any more product – thinking I had 3 or 4 more days. I called on 9-3-13 and they charged my account on 9-3-13. I refused to pay it and called my bank. Now they have asked me to pay only $44 and they will call it even! I said no thank you and I argued the fact that travel time takes up 4 of the 14 day FREE TRIAL! That’s where I am now -take heed!

  8. Maralea April 9, 2013 at 10:42 pm - Reply

    DO NOT ORDER THIS PRODUCT TRIAL SIZE!!!! After having tried the product for less than three days, I called to cancel the first full order of product. Product did not work at all. I was told I had to pay for the first bottle. When I said my trial was not up, they informed me that the trial period started the day the order was placed, not when the product was received. In order to cancel the order I would have had to call and let them know the DAY I received the order to be within the “trial” period. Because i did not call the day I received the product in the mail, the trial period was no longer valid. When i said the product did not work. Response was that it does not work for everyone. I have to pay for the full price. What a rip off.

  9. Amy February 5, 2013 at 12:54 pm - Reply

    Women, Quit beating yourselves up looking for ‘cures’ for everything and embrace the body that God created you with! We are ALL going to age and wrinkle and gain a few pounds and shrink, etc. Men are too. Just LIVE and enjoy your life! Quit chasing after the ‘perfect’ body. Be happy with who you are!

  10. Chi January 15, 2013 at 8:27 pm - Reply

    The same thing just happened to me. I was in a hurry and did not read the fine print and my account was just billed. I called and they said they could not refund me cos i did not call within 14 days, that their policy is on the internet and is included in the package that the send out. I did not see anything included in my package!!! I just received the package 6 days ago!!!!! I asked to speak to a supervisor who asked me what I expected after a 14 day trial period was over. I thought the bottle was a 14 day sample!! I was so mad that after raising my voice I hung-up on her (Amber) and she had the nerve to call me back. Please stay AWAY FROM THEM!!!!!

  11. Jean January 15, 2013 at 3:47 am - Reply

    I fell for it – I saw on Facebook under a “dr oz” ad concerning the product AuraVie and Levela. So I ordered it. I was out of town for two weeks and when returning home saw the wrong product was in the mail. I called bellalabs and questioned the product and holiday season timeframe and they said I should have read the fine print. There was not even a packing slip with the product. Definitely a scam. Very disappointed.

  12. ABC LeHo December 22, 2012 at 3:58 am - Reply

    Thank you all! I was about to order the “FREE” trial … just pay the shipping $495 …but …. I was thinking if they scammed or not …therefore, I tried to search in Google and found at least 2 websites stated that they really scammed a lot of people around with the “term and agreement” to pay around $87.63per month. SO JUST STAY WAY FROM THEM… they are all liars. Thank you for this blog!

  13. Lisa October 21, 2012 at 6:03 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the warning. If it sounds too good to be true, it is too good to be true!! Actually, all those advertised skin care “miracles” are probably just scams. The best advice is to ask a dermatologist what to use. Some of them even sell their own line of products which have been researched and proven effective and safe. That’s where I’m going……

  14. Donna October 19, 2012 at 2:14 pm - Reply

    thank you, I almost ordered this, did read the fine print, but seems very expensive on a monthly basis. have done this before and gotten burned. thank you for your blog.

  15. Kathy M October 8, 2012 at 5:49 pm - Reply

    THANK YOU Yvonne and L. Cole, they ALMOST had me! I experienced that same dilemma from another company that did the same thing! I almost got snare AGAIN if it weren’t for you two!

    THANKS AGAIN! :)

  16. L.COLE September 28, 2012 at 7:01 pm - Reply

    I too was scammed by Bellalab’s advertisement about the “FREE” bottle. I was not aware that I was being billed for $87.63 until I received my Visa bill today. When I called to report the problem I was told that the “free” 14 day trial had passed and that the could not refund the $87.63. Yvonne, you received more than I did. They only dropped mine to $43.00. I hope that these comments will cause many potential customers of Bellalabs to refuse to fall for this SCAM. I’m sure the product is not as good as a $10.00 product that can be purchased at CVS or Walgreen’s. PLEASE do not purchase this product!! I agree with Yvonne. STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE!!!

  17. Yvonne September 26, 2012 at 12:41 pm - Reply

    You are absolutey right Theresa! They scammed me into ordering by thinking all I had to pay was the $4.95. I’m very busy and didn’t take time to read the small print and it must have been very small because I’m usually good about reading conditions.I called to request a refund after they charged me $87.63 and the best they would do was drop it down to $30. Does the product work? I don’t really know as it’s only been less than 2 weeks. STAY AWAY FROM THESE PEOPLE!

    • Amy April 27, 2013 at 5:45 pm - Reply

      You know you can always dispute the charge
      on your credit card and get your $ back.
      The beauty of using a credit card!

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